Roger Eliot Herman

Greensboro Area, North Carolina


Greensboro Area, North Carolina


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Roger Eliot Herman

NORTH CAROLINA -- Roger Eliot Herman, 62, died on Nov. 6, 2006 in Greensboro, N.C., from complications of Dermatomyositis.

He was CEO of The Herman Group.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce; his mother; three brothers; his son, Scott Herman; his daughter, Jennifer...

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It is with much sorrow that I learned of Roger's passing. Although it has been some time since our paths crossed, Roger was a very memorable and positive guy! I was fortunate enough to tap his mind over many discussions about financial planning. My thoughts and prayers now go to those whom he loved and who loved him. May God bless you all with His comfort and peace. Sincerely, Hal Foster

I am really sorry to hear this, as Roger was a big part in my child hood. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Joyce: I
Here at the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, we are so sorry of to hear of the sudden loss of Roger. As you know, we were hoping he would be contributing his talents and skills to our executives and managers over the next few months. Roger first came to EPA in the early 90's. He demonstrated a command of knowledge and an instinctive capacity to relate effectively to everyone. Always with his sly humor, he made exceptional points and challenged people to be better and to...


My perchance meeting with you and Roger happened roughly about this time back in 2002 when I was in search of employment.

And like manna from heaven, the two of you brought much needed stability and nourishment of a different sort into my life.

And although Roger is not alive in the physical sense, he is still very much alive within me. Both you and he provided comfort and a sense of belonging which will never be forgotten and I will always have the...

Joyce & Family ...

Elizabeth and I send you hugs and warm wishes as you go through this time of grieving. I've known Roger for over 20 years. His friendship was an important part of my life, and his passing saddens my heart.

Please know that we'll be keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Dear Joyce and family,
My heart is so heavy for your loss. Roger such a deep love for you and the two of you just seemed to blossom on a shared path. We will miss his astute insights at NSA and I'll miss seeing him along our paths that crossed many times. Warmly and prayerfully, Eileen

Roger, you left us too soon. Just like so many others, I will iss you too. I remmeber the first time we met. It was at a meeting planners event in Wisconsin. Then we ran into each other at NSA programs and started to get to know each other. I've always respected your work and your generisity to help others. You had great ideas and everybody listened. My thoughts are with your family.

Dear Joyce and Jennifer,

It was with deep sadness that I learned of Roger's passing. The writing and editing work that he offered me in 1998 gave me so much insight into his brilliance and humanity. May he be numbered among the stars of heaven.
Beth Woodard

I am very sorry to hear of Roger's passing. I worked with Roger many years and learned many things from him. His memory will always live on with me, he truly did care. My thoughts and prayers are with all of Roger's family & friends.