Gordon DeVance Hebert

June 16, 1934February 17, 2021

CAYCE - Gordon DeVance Hebert, 86, of Cayce and Hartsville passed away on February 17, 2021 after a courageous battle with Alzheimer’s.

A graveside service will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday March 1, 2021 in Fort Jackson National Cemetery. There will be a livestream of the service on Dunbar Funeral Home – Devine’s Facebook page:

Gordon was born June 16, 1934 in Fontana, California to the late Joseph and Wanda Hebert. In 1952, he began his 23-year Air Force career, having served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. He enjoyed woodworking, scuba diving and jewelry making.

Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Nancy Dukes Hebert; four children, Russel Hebert (Susan), Wanda Satryb, Janet Baumberger (Scott), and Alice Smith (Mike); seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association,

Memories may be shared at


1 March

Graveside Service

2:00 pm

Fort Jackson National Cemetery

4170 Percival Rd
Columbia, South Carolina 29229

There will be a livestream of the service, which will begin and can be viewed at 2:00 pm, on Dunbar Funeral Home – Devine’s Facebook page:


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Rod Atkinson

February 23, 2021

Janet, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Prayers and condolences to you and your entire family.

Martha A son

February 21, 2021

Nancy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

James Marion and Martha Anne Axson

Frances Shorten

February 19, 2021

Uncle Gordon never met a stranger, he'd sit and talk with you all day. When you're a kid, it's maybe aggravating, as an adult, I wish we could spend another afternoon discussing the state of the world, or the flowers, or how proud he was of all his kids, nieces and nephews included. God speed Uncle Gordon
With much love,
F4ances and Mark, and Weeze

Viola Oakley

February 19, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss.Harper and Josh loved her grandfather so much and so did little Colton.You all will be in our prayers for comfort and peace.We thank you,Sir, for your service and 23 years of service.You had to be a great man of character,loyalty,and very strong convictions.I thank GOD for real men like you ,Sir.To GOD be the glory,I praise GOD that you are completely healed and at rest and seeing OUR LORD face to face .GOD bless your precious wife and family.

Bobbie Benton

February 19, 2021

When Gordon(Gangy as we called him) moved in next door to us a few years ago with his daughter Alice Smith, he would meet me at the fence line always with a smile, and a story of a time when he served in the Air Force, or a wood project he was working on. It was very easy to get swept away in the stories of the way things were back then, and what he had to do in order to survive both wars. By the way Thank you for your years of service. We appreciate all you did and and your family as well. You will definitely be missed by all your family and friends but I’m sure they know how lucky they were to have you in their lives.
Rest In Peace Gangy.

Alisa Freeman

February 19, 2021

Janet - Loving you and your family through this loss. I know how difficult it is and am praying for you all! Love ya!

Elizabeth Warfel

February 19, 2021

Nancy and Family,
So sorry to learn of Gordon's passing. Remembering how he loved his family.
Much love and sympathy,
Elizabeth and Mike Warfel