Let the memory of Ernest be with us forever
  • 67 years old
  • Born on December 7, 1946 in Michigan, United States.
  • Passed away on January 7, 2014 in South Lyon, Michigan, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of my dad...

Ernest Clifford Hebert, 67, of South Lyon, Michigan, beloved husband and best friend of Evelyn (Gulli) Hebert for 39 years, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by the ones he laughed with, lived for, and loved on January 7, 2014.

He was predeceased by his father Clarence Clifford Hebert.

Ernie was born in Detroit and lived in the suburbs most of his life. He attended the University of Michigan and received a BA. He later on went to earn a Masters in Business from Eastern Michigan University. He had a passion for learning and a love of history.

Ernie worked as a regional group insurance manager out of Brighton and enjoyed running his own office. He had many longtime business associates, of which many became his close friends.

Besides his wife Evelyn (Bella), Ernie is survived by his daughter Wendy Hebert of South Lyon, and his grandchildren, Jillian and Michael, and sister Deborah (Hebert) Pruitt of Auburndale Florida; l; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the members of the Henry Ford Hospice and Palliative Care Association. Their dedication and effort to provide quality care over the last 2 months were a heartwarming blessing to the entire family. We thank God for the gift of his life and the blessing of the time we spent with him.

A memorial service will be held honoring Ernest on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 1:00 pm at the Homewood Suites 8060 Challis Road Brighton MI 48116. The service will be immediately followed by a gathering in the Lodge area of Homewood Suites. Minister Ray Maurer will officiate. Memorial contributions may be made the American Diabetes Association http://www.diabetes.org/donate/

Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th January 2018
You are never forgotten. Miss you daily. I imagine you and dad discussing topics. Love your sister
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th December 2017
There is never a day I forget you and your laughter. Love you your kid sister
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th January 2017
You are remembered daily and your impact goes forth thru your family!
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th January 2016
I think of you daily. I miss our phone conversations everything from the kids to current events. Miss some of the crazy experiences you gave me as a kid. Love you always. Your kid sister
Posted by Sheri Smyth on 7th December 2015
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th December 2015
I miss you daily Ernie. I miss your words. Love you Ernie
Posted by Wendy Hebert on 7th January 2015
Miss you dad. I wish you were here.
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th December 2014
Ernie you are remembered daily in thoughts and memories love your kid sister
Posted by Wendy Hebert on 7th December 2014
Thinking of you on your birthday Dad. We love you and miss you today and everyday. "though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me." Psalm 23:4
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 7th December 2014
My brother, Ernest Hebert, Is alive and well in my memories. I think of him daily and remember the many conversations we have had, that stay in my mind to ponder. Love you always your kid sister debbie
Posted by Debbie Hebert on 7th December 2014
It brings a smile to our hearts to remember you, Ernie. Remembering your kindness, grace and caring! Rick and Debbie Hebert
Posted by Sue Zurek on 31st January 2014
I am shocked, and saddened, to hear the news of Ernie's passing. I have nothing but fond, wonderful memories of Ernie and the short time that I was able to spend with him and know him, many years ago. Great memories of boating, laughing, a vacation with the family in the Florida Keys, and numerous outings. Bella and Wendy, I am thinking of you. Please know that I continue to think of you both with a smile and am sending you strength, peace and much love. Sincerely, Sue White-Zurek
Posted by Billy Somers on 23rd January 2014
He was my 1st cousin, my uncle, my dad, my brother, my friend. Hope to see you later, Billy
Posted by Deborah Pruitt on 23rd January 2014
Ernie you were my big brother. I miss talking to you everyday and your humor. Our parting words were "I love you Debbie" You are good big brother. Thank you for everything". You will live on thru your family.
Posted by Lori Groat on 23rd January 2014
Uncle Ernie, You were the funnest, funniest uncle anyone could ever ask for! I have so many memories growing up on Bainbridge with you! You treated me like your daughter and always welcomed me and ALL my friends on your boat!! Taking me on vacations with your family that were priceless memories for me. I will never forget them or you! Thank you Uncle Ernie! You will be remembered always! Lori
Posted by Marlene Boileau on 23rd January 2014
Through the years I have lots of memories of the family gatherings when we were all together. Christmas ' at the Vieceli's , pool parties at Zia Olga's, boat rides with Captain Ernie, Point Pelee (that was too, too funny) and many more. He will be missed. In life He was blessed with a wonderful family. May his afterlife be blessed with peace.
Posted by Sheri Smyth on 22nd January 2014
Ernie, So many laughs over the years. You had a great sense of humor and loved to write and tell stories like no other. I am happy that now you are in a better place!!
Posted by Sheri Smyth on 22nd January 2014
Ernie, The struggle is over, you are now flying like the eagle over and above us all. I enjoyed the martinis and a good laugh. Will miss it but for now friend rest in peace! Dee
Posted by Wendy Hebert on 20th January 2014
I miss you Dad, honestly I miss everything about you. I miss your hugs. I miss your advice and I miss your stories but most of all I miss you. You were my hero. I looked up to you more than anyone and the day that you left was the worst day of my life. I would do anything to see your smiling face again and hear your voice. You are forever with me dad, always in my heart. Wendy Xoxo

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