Hercole Fede

Died: Tue., Jun. 24, 2014

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     Hercole Fede, 45, passed away Tuesday, June 24, 2014 at his home in Mt. Holly Springs. He was born February 18, 1969, in Venezuela, to the late Giorgio Fede and his mother, Enrichetta Medaglia Fede of Philadelphia.  Self-employed as an artist and musician, Hercole fixed and repaired guitars and loved playing and writing songs. He was a wonderful, loving father, husband, son, and brother.

     In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Jessica Wright Fede; daughter, GraceV.Fede and son, Clark A. Fede of Mt. Holly Springs; his sisters, Maria C. and Ana F. and; a brother, Salvatore G., all of Philadelphia. Services were held in Philadelphia and interment was in the St. Peter & Paul Cemetery, Springfield, PA. Local arrangements were handled by the Hollinger Funeral Home & Crematory, Mt. Holly Springs. Online condolences may be made to www.hollingerfuneralhome.com

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Roy Bennett
   Posted Mon June 30, 2014
I/we will greatly miss the wonderful evenings of music and good company that "HERC" shared with us at the Holly Inn on Sunday nights:(.My condolences to his family and friends!RIP HERC!

Chuck Hebert
   Posted Mon June 30, 2014
To the Fede's Family:

Words can't express my sadness to hear about Herc's passing. Herc was a kind, honest man who I respected and admired. We will all miss him dearly, but now his is in God's hands.

In memory of my friend, Herc Fede (world renowned guitar painter/swirler), I would like to thank you for great, inspirational swirl guitar art that you provided for me many others through out the globe, but most of all, thank for being an awesome, down to earth, honest, and Godly like person. I will miss our talks about faith, family, and guitars. God has truly blessed you and now RIP my friend.

Once again to the Fede's Family, I'm so sorry about your loss and my God Bless you and your family doing this heartbreaking time,

Chuck Hebert



Joseph Coyle
   Posted Wed July 23, 2014
To Sal and all of the Fede family, I was saddened to hear of Herc's death from the SJP obituaries. I hope you find comfort in a difficult time, and will never forget the son, brother, and husband he was.

Joe Coyle SJP '84


a friend
   Posted Sat August 02, 2014
I only want to express my deepest condolences. May God carry your family safely through this difficult time.

Brett M
   Posted Wed August 13, 2014
I am so sorry for you and your families loss. Herc was an amazing man and artist. May he rest in peace.

I will never let my Herc swirl out of sight, it's a true work of art with so much meaning behind it.

BM

Sean Cusiter
   Posted Wed September 03, 2014
To the Fede family,

I am terribly sorry for your loss. Herc did some work on a guitar for me several years back and I got to know him through email a bit during the months that it took. I found Herc to be a very kind and professional gentleman. He was a true artist and he will be missed dearly.

Sean Cusiter
San Jose, CA

tim weber
   Posted Sat September 20, 2014
hi fede family, i only knew herc from swirling my guitar. i live in huntington beach ca. i am sorry and may god heal and hear your prayers. i talked to herc many times on the phone and the year i waited for my guitar was worth the wait and is apiece of art that is hanging in my office. he did a great job on my pmc ibanez. i just wanted you to know that even though i did not know herc in person i knew him in spirit .god bless, tim

Nick Ettore
   Posted Sat October 31, 2015
To the Fede family: So very sorry to hear the sad news of Herc's passing. Herc and I met sometime around 1987 or 88 through a mutual friend John Cucetta. The three of us played music together for a short time in what you might call a band with no name. We just jammed together at my house in South Philly and had fun. We were kids and not that great at the time. Herc invited me to his house somewhere near 13th street I think it was where he lived with his parents and brother. For some reason we lost touch after that and never talked or saw each other again. Through the years I always wondered what ever happened to Herc. You see, Herc was such a talented musician and super nice guy and we hit it off as friends very easily that left a huge impression on me and I always wanted to track him down again to say hi and catch up. Then one day about maybe 8 years ago I googled his name and discovered that he was painting these amazing guitars and was somewhat well known all over in guitar circles. I was not shocked, because like I said, he was such a talented guy. I was proud of him and was bragging to my wife that "Hey I used to play music together with that guy". Guitar is my love, and I thought it was so cool that he still played, and even more amazing that he was making these beautiful guitars. I said "I gotta get in touch with him" "maybe I will have him paint me one of his masterpieces for an old fellow guitar loving friend?" Well you know how it goes right? I was busy and kept putting it off. Then yesterday on October 29th, 2015, I searched his name again and find this....(I'm not going to lie...I cried like a baby) I didn't know him very long and I haven't seen or talked to him in almost 30 years but still felt the pain of his death. I just think it was the sadness that I will never get to re-kindle that friendship with him again and tell him how amazing his art was. Wow...I am so down right now! My condolences to his family and friends. R.I.P My friend Herc....-Nick Ettore

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