Michael Brian Hebert, long-time resident of Bridge City, Texas, died and gave his last breath to the Lord Jesus Christ on Saturday, July 8, 2017, at his home in Bridge City.A Christian home going will be celebrated in his honor at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at Faith Harbor Assembly of God Church in Port Acres. Celebrating “Jesus Christ and Him Crucified” in a worshipful resurrection service, Pastor Lynne Parker- his beloved home church pastor- will officiate.Born in Abbeville, Louisiana, to Theodore and Una Mae (Boudreaux) Hebert on February 20, 1950, he married southern belle Margie Lynn (Durham) Hebert on November 5, 1973.A well-known athlete for the Bridge City Cardinals class of  ’69- and a well-respected industrial worker for Turner Industries- he was a faithful friend and true fisher of men to the lost and outcast. Mentored by Jimmy Swaggart Ministries and his own spiritual father, Tommy Johnson, this cowboy stood tall among men with his plain spoken Cross-of-Christ Gospel poetry. A leader of men, he was also influenced for Christ his two brothers and five sisters as the first born of his family.He is preceded in death by his mother, Una Mae Hebert; father, Theodore Hebert; sister, Marlene Lochamy; and brother, Owen Hebert- all of Bridge City.He is survived by his wife, Margie Lynn Hebert of Bridge City; sons, Joseph Brian Hebert of Denham Springs, and Clint Brian Hartsfield of Beaumont; daughter, Jennifer Lynn Hebert; grandsons, Aaron Michael Watson of Bridge City, and Brain Cole Hartsfield of Beaumont; granddaughters, Shiloh Grace Watson of Bridge City, and Georgia Marie Hebert of Denham Springs; step-mother, Mary Lou Hebert of Bridge City; brother, Adrian Hebert of Bridge City; and sisters, Mary Hebert and Carmel Williams of Bridge City, Elizabeth Boren of Tyler, and Melanie Bellard of Orangefield.In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you send a donation toward funeral expenses to Margie Hebert at 5210 Victory Lane, Orange, TX, 77630.

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