Chaz Ryan Hebert, a loving husband, father, son, cousin, uncle, brother in law, and brother, passed away at the age of 38, leaving a void in the hearts of all who knew him. He is survived by his three cherished children, Logan (16), Blayne (11), and Vivian (9), who were the light of his life. Chaz was married to Cristen, with whom he shared many beautiful memories and a deep bond. His passing has also left a profound impact on his sister, Camille, his mother, Billie Jo, and his father, Charles. Chaz was a man of action, always utilizing his skilled hands to create, build, and fix things. This passion became the foundation of his business, where he found joy in helping the elderly restore and renovate their homes. His expertise and willingness to lend a helping hand brought comfort and happiness to those he served. When not working, Chaz loved immersing himself in the great outdoors. He had a passion for gardening and soil enrichment to improve the health of the many crops he planted. He found solace in the desert, camping beneath the starlit skies, and embarking on thrilling adventures with his dirt bikes, quads, and anything that provided a rush of speed. But amidst the excitement, one of his favorite pastimes was fishing—a serene activity that allowed him to appreciate the beauty of nature. Chaz will be remembered for his infectious sense of humor, a quality that he possessed since he was a young child. His witty remarks and light-hearted spirit brought joy and laughter to those around him. He had a way of brightening the room with his presence and making everyone feel at ease. The loss of Chaz leaves an immense void in the lives of his family, friends, and all those who had the privilege of knowing him. His legacy will live on through the memories he created, the lives he touched, and the kindness he extended to others. As we bid farewell to this remarkable man, let us hold onto the joy he brought into our lives and find comfort in knowing that his spirit will continue to inspire us. May Chaz Ryan Hebert rest in peace, forever remembered and deeply missed.