In memory of
Roger Herman
In memory of
Roger Herman
GREENSBORO - Roger Eliot Herman, 62, died on Monday, November 6, 2006, in Greensboro, from complications of dermatomyositis. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, November 10, at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, 2332 New Garden Road, Greensboro. He was CEO of The Herman Group and futurist focusing on workforce trends. Roger Herman received a BA from Hiram College and an MPA from The Ohio State University. Prior to founding The Herman Group in 1980, he served as the city manager of Rittman, Ohio. During the Vietnam era, Mr. Herman served as a counterintelligence special agent. Mr. Herman was a leading expert in workforce and workplace trends. He published eleven books and over 1,000 magazine and journal articles. His most recent book Impending Crisis: Too Many Jobs, Too Few People, often appeared on the business book best seller list. He worked as a professional speaker, a management consultant, and a popular author throughout the United States and abroad. Mr. Herman was designated a certified speaking professional by the National Speakers Association and a certified management consultant by the Institute of Management Consultants. He was the 31st Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants. Mr. Herman was president Emeritus of Employers United for a Stronger America. Memberships included Association of Professional Futurists, World Future Society, Society for Human Resource Management, National Speakers Association, Institute of Management Consultants, and Mensa. He was also a contributing editor of The Futurist Magazine and an Editorial Board member of Employee Relations Today. He served on the thought leader panels for The Human Capital Institute. Mr. Herman is survived by his wife, Joyce Kaplan Herman of Greensboro; his mother, Estelle Nadler Herman, of Hendersonville; his son, Scott Herman, and daughter, Jennifer Herman, of Buffalo, N.Y.; brothers Richard of Hendersonville, Gilbert of Chicago, Illinois and Charles of Atlanta, Ga.; step-children, Jeff Darr of Orlando, Florida and Bruce Darr of Hartville, Ohio, Belinda Fuchs of Boston, Mass., Melissa Weinberg of San Francisco, Calif., and Samantha Gioia of Hiram, Ohio; and two grandsons, Charlie and Aaron. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to The Myositis Association. Offer condolences at www. news-record.com/nr/obits/
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In memory of
Roger Herman
GREENSBORO - Roger Eliot Herman, 62, died on Monday, November 6, 2006, in Greensboro, from complications of dermatomyositis. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, November 10, at Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, 2332 New Garden Road, Greensboro. He was CEO of The Herman Group and futurist focusing on workforce trends. Roger Herman received a BA from Hiram College and an MPA from The Ohio State University. Prior to founding The Herman Group in 1980, he served as the city manager of Rittman, Ohio. During the Vietnam era, Mr. Herman served as a counterintelligence special agent. Mr. Herman was a leading expert in workforce and workplace trends. He published eleven books and over 1,000 magazine and journal articles. His most recent book Impending Crisis: Too Many Jobs, Too Few People, often appeared on the business book best seller list. He worked as a professional speaker, a management consultant, and a popular author throughout the United States and abroad. Mr. Herman was designated a certified speaking professional by the National Speakers Association and a certified management consultant by the Institute of Management Consultants. He was the 31st Fellow of the Institute of Management Consultants. Mr. Herman was president Emeritus of Employers United for a Stronger America. Memberships included Association of Professional Futurists, World Future Society, Society for Human Resource Management, National Speakers Association, Institute of Management Consultants, and Mensa. He was also a contributing editor of The Futurist Magazine and an Editorial Board member of Employee Relations Today. He served on the thought leader panels for The Human Capital Institute. Mr. Herman is survived by his wife, Joyce Kaplan Herman of Greensboro; his mother, Estelle Nadler Herman, of Hendersonville; his son, Scott Herman, and daughter, Jennifer Herman, of Buffalo, N.Y.; brothers Richard of Hendersonville, Gilbert of Chicago, Illinois and Charles of Atlanta, Ga.; step-children, Jeff Darr of Orlando, Florida and Bruce Darr of Hartville, Ohio, Belinda Fuchs of Boston, Mass., Melissa Weinberg of San Francisco, Calif., and Samantha Gioia of Hiram, Ohio; and two grandsons, Charlie and Aaron. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to The Myositis Association. Offer condolences at www. news-record.com/nr/obits/
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