In Loving Memory Of
Claude Hébert
1949 – 2022

Dieppe, NB, – At the Dr. Georges-L. Dumont University Hospital Centre of Moncton, on Monday, April 18th, 2022, passed away peacefully Mr. Claude Hébert at the age of 72 years.

Born at Noinville, NB, he was the son of the late Alyre Hébert and the late Rita Hébert born Richard.

Claude will be sadly missed by his loving wife of 49 years of marriage, that he loved so much, Patricia “Patsy” Hébert of Dieppe ; two sons, Daniel Hébert (Lisa) of Memramcook and Serge Hébert of Dieppe; two brothers, France Hébert (Irène) of Grand-Barachois and Clarence Hébert (Donna) of Lakeville; three sisters, Sylvina Hébert of Shediac, Yvette LeBlanc (Mike) and Claudia Hébert both of Grande-Digue; two grandchildren, Talia Léger and Amber Bastarache; as well as several cousins, nieces, nephews and friends.

Besides his parents, Claude is now resting besides his sister, Geneva.

The visitation for Mr. Claude will be held from Passage-Chartersville Funeral Home on Friday, April 29th, 2022, from 1:30pm until 3:30pm. The Funeral service will be held the same day at the St-Anselme RC Church at 4pm.

In memory of Claude, a donation to the Canadian Kidney Foundation or for the Canadian Diabetes Association would be appreciated by the family.

The family invites you to sign a book of condolences at:

Arrangements under the professional care of

Passage – Chartersville Funeral Cooperative and Cremation Center,

 363 Amirault Street, Dieppe, NB, E1A 1G1

(506) 857-1901.

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  1. Will be missed. Was a hero with his music specially mentally challenged children of God. Sympathy to Patsy and all his loved ones From Jeanne & Ron Gould ❤️🙏

  2. Mes sympathies à toute la famille. Cher Claude je vais te manquer. Tu feras une grosse jasette avec Edgar dans les cieux toi et Edgar veillez sur nous.

  3. Mes sympathies à la famille on va te manquer Claude, tu feras une jasette avec Edgar dans les veillez sur nous.

  4. So sorry to hear of Claude’s passing. Sending our thoughts and prayers out to our.

  5. Sorry for your loss as I remember Claude when I was teenager played DJ at the east end boys and girls club dances

  6. Je veux offrir mes condoléances et prières à la famille. Claude a certainement montrer un grand courage devant la maladie.

  7. I worked at the Post Office with Claude for many years. He was a cheerful, happy man and he will certainly be missed.

  8. So sorry for your loss. Claude was a wonderful coworker and friend , always polite and kind. A definite loss for those of us left behind.

  9. Our condolences to the family from fellow workers of Claudes at Canada Post

  10. Je ne t’ai jamais oublié Claude, lorsque tu as dû cesser de travailler à la station postale, c’est moi qui a pris ta place et j’étais fier de pouvoir le faire. Je veux offrir toutes mes sincères condoléances à la famille.

  11. Our sympathy to the Hebert family for the passing of my cousin Claude Joanne Leger ,Sadie McDonald ,Maillet ( Richard)

  12. Nos sinceres sympathies a Daniel et la famille Hebert. I worked at Canada Post while he was still working there.

  13. Mes sympathies Patsy et la famille. Toujours eu du plaisir à travailler avec Claude. Il avait toujours un grand sourire et on avait un gros fun à travailler avec lui.

  14. I have known Claude for many years. Claude was an External Oblate of the Order of the Cistercians of the Strict Observance (Trappists) at the Trappist Abbey in Rogersville, New Brunswick. It was where I first met him many years ago now. He was a man who loved life and was always cheerful despite his medical problems. It didn’t bother him that even though I’d been born in the Province of Quebec, I was one of those 1st generation Irish children who never learned to speak French. Once he found that out, I was forever the Englishman. Claude was always curious on the history of the Hebert name and family. One day he was relating some of his family history when he got on the subject of the Acadian deportation which began in 1755 and lasted for approximately 2+ years. So, being curious myself, I asked him how his ancestors got away. Our conversation was one only two friends could have. Always joking with him, I would often say to him “You know Claude, we’re gonna get you one day and deport you. And we would laugh at the stupidity of the joke. Claude was a long time member of the Knights of Columbus (Dieppe Council) which was something else we had in common. Claude was very active in his Church and served on many Parochial Committees over the years. Claude loved the opportunities to visit the Abbey in Rogersville for what he used to call his Spiritual renewal. Despite both of our medical problems we kept in touch and I shall miss him terribly. May your soul and all the souls of the Faithful departed, rest in peace, Claude. My deepest condolences to his wife, Patsy, and his two sons.

  15. Nos sincères sympathies Patsy et toute la famille. Nos pensées sont avec vous, tante Therese et la famille.

  16. We would like to extend our sincerest condolences to Serge on the loss of his father, as well as to his family.
    May you find comfort in family and friends, and in the memories you hold dear of him.

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