O’Donnell, Weiss & Mattei, P.C.

Richard D. Linderman


My involvement in the community has been through many non-profit organizations, my church, and educational pursuits.  Having been intimately involved in church activities for 40 years, I was on the finance and property committee for many years.  Additionally, teaching was always a personal passion. Helping others to become helpers themselves is my biggest challenge and satisfaction. It is what has led me to the law, right from the beginning.

Quote I live by:

“Do not complain about growing old, many are denied the privilege.”


Education & Credentials:

  • Duquesne University School of Law, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • J.D. – 1973


  • West Chester University
      • B.A. – 1969
      • Major: Economics


  • Ursinus College


  • Bar Admission
    • Supreme Court of Pennsylvania
    • U.S. Supreme Court


(P) 610-323-2800



Awards & Honors:

  • Recognized as Volunteer of the Year by the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce, for his 25 years of service as Solicitor to the organization

Published Works:

  • Law Review article titled “Uniform Probate Code v. PA. PEF Code,” 11 Duq. L.R. #4 (1973)

Pro-Bono Activities:

  • Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce, Past Solicitor
  • Building Industries Exchange, Past Board Member and Past Solicitor
  • Kiwanis Club, Past Board Member and Past President
  • Pottstown Memorial Medical Center, Past Board Member
  • Frederick Mennonite Community Board of Directors, Past Member
  • Aloysius Roman Catholic Church and School Finance Committe, Past Member
  • Pottstown High School Alumni Honor Roll Board, Past Member
  • Penn State Berks Campus, Past Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice
  • Montgomery County Community College, Past Adjunct Professor, Criminal Justice


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