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Thomas Hebert, Jr.

December 3, 1971 ~ November 24, 2017

Service: December 02, 2017 3:00 P.M.
   Location: Belgrade Alliance Church

Thomas Patrick Hebert, Jr., 45, of Belgrade, Montana passed away Friday, November 24, 2017.  He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on December 3, 1971 to Thomas Hebert, Sr. and Mary Lou Pirnat. 

Tom later lived in Pine City, Minnesota, graduating from Pine City High School, and then attended St. Cloud Tech, where he received his Diesel Mechanic Certification.

He worked for Bozeman Binding and Hayden Truck Repair, and most recently at TMC, Inc. 

On June 9, 2012, Tom married the love of his life, Kristal Hebert, in Belgrade.  They had one son, Hunter Lee, which was a lifelong dream of Tom’s.

Tom enjoyed driving and working on his Fords, liked hunting, and was meticulous about having a timer on everything he could.  He gave the best hugs ever and loved his black labs, Diesel and Tucson.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Henry Thomas Hebert, Pat Abrams, Mike Abrams, and Matt Pirnat; and his father-in-law, Lee Eblen.

Survivors include his wife, Kristal Hebert; son, Hunter Lee Hebert; parents, Tom Hebert, Sr. and Mary Lou Pirnat; mother-in-law, Jane Eblen; sisters, Lisa Branch (TJ Hinman), Kelly Sprinkle, and Robyn (Travis) Miller, Marie (Tim) Garrison, Nikki (Jay) Taylor; brother, Joe Hebert; nieces, Taylor Branch, Austyn (Jarrett) Sparks, Grace Garrison, Carrie Taylor; nephews, Collin Miller, Kade Taylor, Cole Taylor, Luke Garrison; his great-nieces, Ally Sparks and Brooklyn Branch; and great-nephew, Jett Sparks.

Memorial Services will be held at 3:00 P.M. on Saturday, December 2 at Belgrade Alliance Church, with a reception to follow at the TMC, Inc. shop. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made at any Bozeman or Belgrade Stockman Bank to “Thomas Hebert Benefit Fund” for his son, Hunter.

 

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