Wade Eddy Hebert, 67, of Sacramento, California passed April 5, 2020, at home surrounded by his close family. Wade was born June 21, 1951, the eldest son of the late Johnn E. Hebert, Jr. and Beatrice Estella Bonton-Hebert and was preceded in death proceeded by his only and younger brother, Bradley Shawn Hebert. Wade was the oldest of five children. Wade graduated from John F. Kennedy High school. After graduation, Wade attended the California Forestry Fire Training Academy. After a stint with that agency, Wade also worked as a Plane Recovery Technician. Wade followed in the footsteps of his late mother to become an independent home repair contractor. He established H & H Flooring Company. Wade could accomplish anything that he set his mind to do. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, horseback riding, traveling, gardening, raising chickens and most of all, barbecuing. He enjoyed his naturally given abilities to build so much that he continued with it until just recently when he could no longer work due to his health. Wade stood tall and was an example of patience and grace during extreme trials and suffering. Wade loved his family, and close friends, and, especially, his childhood buddies (you know who you are). He had a very close relationship with “Jerry Momaloa,” who was his 3rd leg, and “Robert Sephus, who was his 3rd arm. Wade loved his nephews, great-nephews, and nieces who were like his very own children. The family will miss his beautiful smile and big heart, caring ways, and always positive attitude. Wade was always willing to listen, teach, and share with others whenever he could. Cherished memories will always linger with his loving family, Sisters - Denise K. Hebert, Neysa L. Hebert, and Sybil A. Hebert; Nephews - Terrell B. Barron, Aris O. Hebert; Nieces - Tyneysa L. Green, Tayla T. Davis; Great nephews - Terrell Barron Jr, Xavier B. Barron, Khalil Barron, Montrae A. Gonzales, Corey Cummings; great-nieces - Sherrell Barron, A’Neysa A. Gonzales. A host of close cousins and longtime friends also survive him
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