Marshall Hebert Death – Dead: Marshall Hebert Obituary, Cause of Death | Marshall Hebert has passed away. He died on July 21, 2020.
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Shreveport mourns the loss of Marshall Hebert, businessman, family man, friend https://t.co/6dFAhcbb65
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His career as a businessman, his reputation for hard work, and the life he lived, regardless of the obstacles he faced, was an inspiration to everyone who knew him – family, friends, employees and even celebrities – yet he never lost his humility.
Raised during the depression, Hebert was no stranger to poverty or hard work, but his tenaciousness carried him through a football career at Byrd High School, serving in the Korean War to landing in a position that enabled him to employ hundreds of people over more than a half century and become a nationally-known automotive entrepreneur
And to make the pot even sweeter, he had fun while he was doing it. Whether golfing with friends or celebrities, enjoying a crawfish boil or barbecue with his family, celebrating an employee’s wedding or birth of a child, giving advice to young people and other businessmen and women – even competitors – Marshall Hebert was there. He listened, and he helped.
Born in Shreveport at the beginning of the great depression, Hebert was familiar with the struggles of those around him, and as he entered his adolescence, he saw young men, some barely older than he was, leave their families to go to the Pacific and Europe to fight in World War II.
Hebert began his career in insurance sales, and he did well. He genuinely liked people, and people liked him. But it wasn’t until he was 35 years old that he found his niche in the business world.
Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 204 Patton St., Shreveport, La.; visitation will be from 4-7 p.m. Wednesday at Rose Neath Funeral Home, 1815 Marshall St., Shreveport, La.