Tommy Bergeron

August 7, 1943 - May 7, 2021

Tommy Bergeron, 77, of Beaumont, died Friday, May 7, 2021, at Bonne Vie Senior Living, Port Arthur. He was born on August 7, 1943, to Ella Marie Benoit Bergeron and Paul Thomas Bergeron, in Beaumont. Tommy retired from Del Papa Distributing Company after forty-seven years of service. In his early years, he enjoyed coaching his son’s Little League baseball team and supporting his daughter in dance. He was a devoted husband to his wife, Sandra, for more than fifty years. They enjoyed spending time at the beach with family. Tommy was proud of his Cajun Heritage and would travel with family to Louisiana, which he referred to as God’s Country, to purchase Cajun goods. You could often find him eating lunch at Floyd’s with his classmates.

Survivors include his daughter, Renee Hebert and her husband, Andy, of Beaumont; son, Spencer Bergeron and his wife, Heather, of Cedar Park; sister, Bertha O’Neill of Beaumont; brothers, Eddie Vaughan and his wife, Nina and Richard Vaughan and his wife, Annette, all of Lumberton; and Bobby Vaughan and his wife, Alice, of Beaumont; and grandchildren, Andre Hebert, Abigail Hebert, Madeline Bergeron, and Bryce Bergeron.

He is preceded in death by his wife, Sandra Kay Bergeron and brother, Leroy Clarence Bergeron.

A gathering of Mr. Bergeron’s family and friends will begin at 12:00 p.m., with his memorial service to follow at 1:00 p.m., Sunday, May 23, 2021, at Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont. His cremation will be handled through Broussard’s Crematorium.

The family prefers to start receiving flowers beginning on May 21.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Anthony Cathedral Basilica, P.O. Box 3309, Beaumont, Texas 77704-3309.

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Judy (Anderson) Potts

So very sorry to learn of Tommy’s death. As a child across the street, Tommy was one of those guys who always worked on cars and was the big brother of my friend and his sister,, Bertha. He was a good friend to all of us Anderson sisters. Lots of love to u Bertha and much sympathy for each of the family members. God bless you and keep you and give you peace. Rest In Peace Tommy.

Donna Paulson

Rest In Peace with your beloved Sandra dear cousin. You will be truly missed.

mary ann shumaker

So sorry to hear of Tommy's death, He was never the same after Sandra died. Rest in peach, Tommy. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers.

Dennis L Stroud

Dearest Renee and Andy and children so very sorry to hear of your fathers passing . What a wonderful man he was . May God Bless you all at this most difficult time. God Bless his memory and know we love you all Dennis ,Dawn & Dalton

David Frank

To The Bergeron Family: I know words can’t take away the hurt you’re feeling, but I want you to know how much I care. Sending you love and strength in this time of loss. My friendship with Tommy goes all the way back to high school and during his incredible career in the beer business. My sincere condolences to The Family.

Larry Del Papa

My thoughts and prayers are with Renee, Spencer and all of the Bergeron family during this difficult time. I am grateful for the countless contributions and many fond memories Tommy provided over the course of his 47 years with us. He was a model of loyalty and always approached everyone and everything with a positive outlook. I am saddened by his passing but know where he has gone. The thought of he and Sandra together again is reminder of his heavenly reward for a life well lived. God bless!

Jimmie Jay Jackson

Renee, I am so very sorry for the loss of your Father. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Your wonderful memories will get you through the rough times.

Audrye Cobb Hodges

I am so sad to hear of Tommy’s passing. We kept in touch after our Del Papa days. He came to my first classroom in Jasper at Christmas and played Santa for my 4th graders! He will be missed.

Gwen (Anderson) Johnston

I’m just reading of the passing Tommy and wish to express my condolences to each of his family. We grew up in a close knit community, most of us attending Fletcher Elementary, David Crockett Jr High, and then on to Beaumont High School, with a few going to South Park High. Over the years we moved on in life with Marriages, Families, & Jobs. Tommy had a love for Everyone and kept the Avenue E Kids tied together through Facebook. He was a happy cheerful friend who shared his live of his church, St. Anthony Basilica, by pictures he often posted. Loving his dear wife, Sandra, was the joy of his life. Her death jarred Tommy deeply. Now, We have each lost a life long good friend.. until we meet again, Tommy, “may the songs of Angels welcome you and guide you….Home.” And, by the grace of God may they welcome us also.

Nina and Mike Olson

Our thoughts and prayers are with all the Bergeron family! I’m sure it was a happy day in heaven being reunited with his bride!

rodney wing

may he rest in peace with sandra

Faye Prejean

My deepest condolences to you Renie Andy and Bertha Tommy was a good ol’ Cajun. He will be missed He is now with the love of his life. May his soul rest in peace. May God give you comfort.

Georgia Mc Creash Dunlap

I will continue to pray for the family. He is at rest at last. So sorry for your loss.

Tracy Huff

Thoughts and prayers for Renee and Spencer. He will be missed. God Bless.

Beatrice Abeyta ( aka) PeeWee

Spencer Renee and all Bergeron family, Our Deepest condolences to all of you it’s never easy to express one self at a time like this , May the wonderful Memories you all shared give you Joy and Strength during this trying time ! Tommy went Home to be with Our Lord and with his Beloved Sandra May he RIP Love you Spencer ❤️❤️

Edward N. Johnson

Enjoyed Tommy’s company and friendship during the David Crockett Jr High Monthly Luncheons, especially at Floyd’s Seafood. I felt really close to Tommy when I lost my wife in Dec 2017 and he lost his love of his life suddenly the next week. The past luncheon we asked Paul about Tommy; and sadly received the news later that week that Tommy left thiis earthly place to be in his new Heavenly home to be with his wife Sandra Kay.. Tommy we will miss you but we know you will be in a better place. God Bless and Sympathies to the family.