misinformation

Stephanie Rimel looks at a photo of her younger brother, Kyle Dixon, inside the house Kyle shared with his dad.
Brett Sholtis / Transforming Health

More than four months after Kyle Dixon died from COVID-19, his older sisters found constant reminders of him at the house he had shared with their dad: the tent, canoe and hiking boots that Kyle once used to explore Clearfield County. The grass that he used to mow, grown tall in his absence. The bottles of cough medicine he turned to as the virus began to destroy his lungs.

Stephenie Rimel remembered a precious life cut short.