ATV Accident Claims Life of 18-Year-Old Narvon Resident Tyler Yoder

Pennsylvania State Police have reported that Tyler Yoder, who was 18 years old and previously of Rohrerstown and Lancaster, passed away after an ATV crash in the 5800 block of Northeimer Road in Salisbury Township.

In a press release, PSP clarified that the crash occurred on Saturday, June 1, at 8:41 p.m.

That evening, the Berks County Coroner declared his passing at Reading Hospital.

The loss felt by Tyler’s community has been widely shared on various social media platforms.

A dear friend of mine expressed in writing:

“Our hearts are aching for our friend Jeff Yoder and Stephanie Kuhns who lost their son yesterday in an ATV accident. Please send prayers for strength and healing. Thank you RIP Tyler Yoder.”

According to a GoFundMe page created to assist his family, he was renowned for his charisma, infectious smile, and quick-wittedness. Social media posts reveal that he had a fondness for fishing, his beloved truck, and cherished spending quality time with his siblings.

His parents, brother, two sisters, extended family, and friends are the ones left to mourn his loss.

According to his mother, the funeral services for him will take place at Petra Church, which is situated at 565 Airport Road in New Holland. The first viewing is scheduled for Friday, June 7, from 4 to 7 p.m. The second viewing will be held on Saturday, June 8, starting at 9:30 a.m., followed by the funeral services.

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