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William (Doug) Douglas Wilfred Hebert
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It is with deep sorrow that our family announces the death of our dear brother, son, uncle and husband.
Doug passed in Palliative Care at Nanaimo Regional General July12, 2023. Doug was predeceased by his father William(Bill) Hebert 1993 and nephew Jamie Humphries 2000. He is survived by his wife Diane Carson, mother Patricia Hebert, brother and sisters. Helen (James) Humphries, Tracy Hebert, Elizabeth (Gus) Ferrigan, Maria Hebert, John Hebert and Jennifer Hebert.
Doug will be greatly missed by his 11 nieces and nephews and 5 great nieces and nephews as well as cousins Susan (Gino) Fantillo, Craig (Pam) Hebert and our uncle Douglas Hebert father of Susan and Craig. Cremation has taken place at the First Memorial Funeral Services, Nanaimo B.C. Our family had many great years of fun and laughter when we lived at the old Gervais farmhouse. We built our favorite play spot that we had named Camp Swampy. We also had many great times and laughter playing in the barn and jumping out of the hayloft, playing on our own Treasure Island and Blueberry Hill. Doug was a very kind and compassionate person with so much talent for design and style. He was always so well dressed and polished. He had assisted our mother with decorating and styling the homes she had purchased always doing an impeccable job. Doug later worked in Developmental Services. His clients showed him a great deal of respect as well as his coworkers. After moving to Nanaimo Doug worked at the Home Depot in the Interior Design department. He later acquired a certificate in health Services and worked as a Health Care Aid at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital before falling ill. A limb has fallen from the family tree that says grieve not for me. Remember the best times, the laughter, the song, the good life I lived while I was strong.
Donations to the Kidney Foundation would be greatly appreciated