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Well Known Savannah Pastor, Freddie Hebron Passes Away

A well known Savannah pastor, community servant, and an advocate for the people of Haiti has passed away.
Pastor Freddie Hebron of the Christian Revival Center died Monday morning.
His wife Kim told News 3 Pastor Hebron had a brief illness.  
His death comes three days after his return home from a mission in Haiti.  
Pastor Hebron and his family traveled for years to help bring hope to Haitians.  
On different occasions, WSAV's Kim Gusby and Alice Massimi had an opportunity to make the trip to show the work being done in the third world country.
This is what the pastor told us about his trip to Haiti in 2010, "I think for me there is hope to be had, if there wasn't I wouldn't go back. If I thought my time and effort was in vain I wouldn't go, but I think, I know the hope that I give them is a substantial hope."
Pastor Freddie Hebron was 64 years old.

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