A well-known Tri-Cities resident has lost his life due to Covid-19. Richard Linderman has passed away after a valiant, hard-fought battle with Covid-19.

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Richard was known for helping others get back into the workforce with the group he founded, "Incarceration to Inspiration." He was dedicated to helping people get back to doing the right things. Richard was changing his life and helping others. Incarceration to Inspiration helps former inmates to be successful in society.

Joel Watson of Just Joels was a friend.

According to a post from the love of his life, Tina:

Richard Linderman was well known for getting others back into the workforce with his organization, "Incarceration to Inspiration." Linderman spent his time giving back to the community.

Linderman and his fiancee' Tina both tested positive for the Corona Virus in August.

Credit: Richard Linderman Facebook.
Credit: Richard Linderman Facebook.

We have to mask up and do our part to prevent the spread. As much as we hate it, NOW is the time to be preventative.

Mask Up. Linderman was vaccinated. He documented some of his experience on Facebook.

Richard Linderman’s life was cut way too short due to Covid-19. He had so much more to share with us. Richard Linderman was 50 years old.

A GoFundMe has been set up for funeral expenses.

You can read more from our news partners at KEPR here.

Find out more about getting your vaccinations here. I highly recommend getting vaccinated.

Help stop the spread and mask up.

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