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Sandra Daigle

October 2, 1954January 8, 2021

Sandra Hebert Jones Daigle, a native of Baton Rouge and a resident of Jackson, LA, passed away on Friday, January 8, 2021 at the age of 66. Sandra was bedridden for her later years of life. She found comfort and peace in her family and friends, belonging to The 700 Club and an avid watcher of Jimmy Swaggart Ministries. Her favorite interest was playing cards and dominos, crossword puzzles and a music lover. She will be dearly missed by all lives she has touched. She is survived by daughter, Brandi N. Lee; son, Jamie M. Jones; sisters, Gayle Hebert Kling (Shafter), Angela Melancon Babin (Kayne) and grandchildren, Kaylie N. Jones, Colin A. Lee and Adele G. Lee. She is preceded in death by parents, Windom J. Hebert, Sr. and Mildred LeBlanc Hebert Melancon; stepfather, Herman J. Melancon, Sr.; brothers, Gene Terry Hebert (Cathy), Windom J. Hebert, Jr. and numerous aunts and uncles. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the staff at Villa Feliciana, Jackson, LA for their long term care, OLOL ICU and Carpenter House where she spend her final days surrounded by family and friends. We rejoice with her and celebrate her eternal life with Our Lord in Heaven. A memorial service will be held on Friday, January 22, 2021 from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm at Ourso Funeral Home in Gonzales. If you would like to offer the family condolences, please sign the online guestbook at www.oursofh.com.

  • FAMILY

  • She is survived by daughter, Brandi N. Lee; son, Jamie M. Jones; sisters, Gayle Hebert Kling (Shafter), Angela Melancon Babin (Kayne) and grandchildren, Kaylie N. Jones, Colin A. Lee and Adele G. Lee.
    She is preceded in death by parents, Windom J. Hebert, Sr. and Mildred LeBlanc Hebert Melancon; stepfather, Herman J. Melancon, Sr.; brothers, Gene Terry Hebert (Cathy), Windom J. Hebert, Jr. and numerous aunts and uncles.

Services

22 January

Memorial Gathering

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Ourso Funeral Home

13533 Airline Hwy
Gonzales, Louisiana 70737

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BarBara MELANCON

January 19, 2021

To my HEBERT family
We were always so close growing up together and having so much fun with family. We all grew up in grocery stores and any time we were hungry we would go and get us whatever we wanted to eat anytime. Thanking God everyday for that. As we grew older we always stayed in touch with each other and enjoyed every phone call and visit. Sandy enjoyed her life with her friends and always had her faith with the Lord. I will miss talking with her on the phone but glad I did get to go see her before she left us and she did tell me she was ready to go to a better place and no more suffering and that made me feel better even though I was not ready for her to go. We will all miss her smiling face and our cousin. May she REST IN Peace.
LOVE YOU
THE HEBERT'S GARY MIKE BARBARA AND POOKIE

Rochelle Tallia

January 14, 2021

Brandi, I know there are no words that would provide any type of comfort to your broken heart. I can directly relate to your pain. I’m so sorry about the loss of Ms. Sandra. She was such a sweet soul and loved you and Jamie fiercely! She will be missed by many!

Karen Morin

January 14, 2021

Sandy was my dear true friend. We have laughed, cried and prayed together many many times.She had a beautiful heart. Now she's up there cooking every one her famous gumbo.My dear friend you are missed and loved forever in my heart. But our Heavenly Father has you now pain free.I love you my forever friend. My prayers are with the family.

Melinda Galloway

January 14, 2021

Dear Brandi, praying for God's strength, comfort and peace to you and your family at this time. God bless. Melinda Galloway-Firmin

Brad Kling

January 13, 2021

My dear Aunt Sandy
I cry as I write this. I’m writing this on behalf of my mama Gayle, who suffers with Alzheimer’s. You two were always close from the young days until the best that mama could do with her disease. She always talked about you and how much you loved to dance. I’m so glad that you two were able to see each other in your final days. She loved you so much. Even though it wasn’t often, I’m glad we were able to call and text to stay in touch. You were always so kind, so smart and so beautiful. May you Rest In Peace, no longer be in pain and dance your little heart out, do a little dance to Elvis for mama. Please watch over us and hope you great us all at the pearly gates when it comes our time.
Love, Brad

Rebecca Gaylord

January 13, 2021

My deepest Condolences on our cousin Sandys recent passing. WE WILL MISS HER FUN LOVING SPIRIT BUT THANK Jesus she is in no more pain. Prayers for peace to our Hebert family.
In loving memory of all our goid times Prayers fir strength during this time. Love cousin Becky

Karen DeArmond Hawkins

January 9, 2021

Aunt Sandy was a beautiful soul . I cherish all the memories I have of her, especially when she lived with our family . Many many good times. Fly high sweet one! We will meet again💕

Mary Koppenol

January 8, 2021

Sandra and I lived in the same facility. We shared lots of laughs, lots of tears, and a ton of memories. I will miss her terribly, she was a lovely human being inside and out. I was a much better person for having met her. I loved her and was proud to have called her my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY