Vincent Edward "Ned" Hermes

Obituary of Vincent Edward "Ned" Hermes

Due to group size restrictions, in person attendance will be private.  Everyone is invited to view the service live on Saturday, April 17 at 10:30am by clicking the VIEW SERVICE button below.

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VINCENT EDWARD “NED” HERMES, 39, of Kearneysville, WV, passed away on April 3, 2021, in Stroudsburg, PA.

Ned was born in Washington, DC, on December 7, 1981, to Brian and Leslie Hermes. He is survived by his children Braydon Pierce, Kierstin Winter, and Cameron Vincent Hermes; father and stepmother Brian and Cindy Hermes; mother Leslie Matzinger Dietz; sisters Melissa Hermes and Dera Dietz; grandmother Louise Matzinger-Vought (Kimber); aunts Hilary Matzinger (Gary) and Kristin Lenderking (Howard); uncles Ezra Matzinger (Martha) and Steven Hermes (Marie); niece Emma Dietz; and nephew Lucas Roa. He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Walter and Esther Hermes, and his maternal grandfather, Norbert Jay Matzinger, M.D.

Although they were divorced, Ned remained close to his ex-wife and mother of his children, Cari Nowell; her siblings; her mother and stepfather Jennifer and Tim Compton; and her uncle Rick Nowell.

After Ned and Cari divorced, he started dating a friend he had known years earlier, Angela Tabor. They built a life together for 7 years and, in time, were engaged to be married. Sadly, that relationship ended, but Ned continued to stay in contact with Angela up until his last day.

Ned always greeted you with a bear hug and never hung up the phone without saying “I love you.” His smile and laughter would light up a room.

He was an excellent cook and was always eager to barbeque on his multiple grills. He loved watching football and rooting for his favorite team, the Baltimore Ravens. He also enjoyed rooting against the New England Patriots. He was an avid poker player and enjoyed working out, playing Call of Duty, and riding his bike.

Ned was loved by so many people. We will cherish the happy times and carry him in our hearts forever.


Memorial donations may be made to:

Vincent “Ned” Hermes Sober Living Scholarship Fund 

805 Scott St, Apt 4 

Stroudsburg, PA 18360 


Checks should be made out to: Dew Gap Lofts LLC

(Please put the scholarship name on the memo line of the check.)


The purpose of the Scholarship fund is to provide financial assistance for safe and sober living to individuals who suffer from mental illness and substance abuse issues. 




Service information:

We welcome you to come pay your respects during the visitation hour from 9:30-10:30 on Saturday, April 17.

Although we had hoped to have the funeral service open to all our friends, mandatory Covid restrictions make it necessary for the service to be by invitation only. 

The service begins at 10:30 and can be watched via the live stream using the link at the top of the page. 

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