Frank Bradley Hebert, aged 76, passed away peacefully at his home in Phoenix, Arizona, on Sunday, November 25th, completing an extended journey with advanced prostate cancer. Frank will be lovingly remembered by his two children, Jennifer Gulseth (husband Kerry) and Adam Hebert, and his spouse, Enrique Lopez. Additionally, he is survived by three wonderful and loving grandchildren; Jackson, Frances, and Charley Gulseth. Frank Hebert was a modern day renaissance man, his talents seemingly limitless. His youth in Westport, Massachusetts was spent refining masterful carpentry and home building skills, the products of which he shared with friends and family throughout his life. However, after graduating from Southeastern Massachusetts University, he chose to work professionally as a plastics engineer. A lover of good food, he kept a variety of cookbooks and recipes, and many years of experimental cooking shaped his lifelong culinary aptitude. He was an active runner, cyclist, skier, and hiker. In later life, he even completed a walking pilgrimage across Spain. Frank’s most noteworthy and remarkable talent, however, lay in his prodigious body of artwork in myriad mediums. Frank traveled the world in pursuit of new subjects and views, and he will continue to live on in a catalog of landscapes, models, and portraits, formed in pencil and paint. Most recently, Frank found fulfillment passing on his unique talents to his grandchildren, as well as working with local community groups. He also participated in events through his church, the First Church United Church of Christ in Phoenix. A memorial service will be held in his honor this Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1:00 pm at First Church United Church of Christ, 1407 North 2nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85004. A memorial will also be held on December 16, 2018 at Westport United Congregational Church, 500 American Legion Highway, Westport, Massachusetts 02790, for family and friends. Richardson Funeral Home, Tempe, Arizona is compassionately serving the family.