Who was Richard Rose, the Port Clinton war vet who died from coronavirus complications? – The Sun
11th July 2020

Richard Rose, 37, was born on July 25, 1982. He was raised in Port Clinton, Ohio. Rose was not married and had no children. Surviving are his mother, step-father, brother and step-sister.

Rose served in the U.S. Army for nine years and did two tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. His family said he was very active in helping homeless vets and in preventing veteran suicide.

On his social media accounts Rose posted viral clips that show him saying he didn’t believe in wearing masks back in April.

“Let’s make this clear. I’m not buying a f**king mask. I’ve made it this far by not buying into that damn hype,” Rose posted on Facebook.


In mid-June, Rose shared a social media post about attending a crowded outdoor public pool and later said that he thought he may have caught coronavirus there.

Rose’s family said he tested positive for COVID-19 on July 1.

He died on July 4 at his home from coronavirus complications.

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