The Morning Call
December 13, 2011
Among baby boomers, a more earth-friendly final act is growing in demand.
In life, Patrick Ytsma of Bethlehem made it a point to minimize his drag on the environment, in part by riding his bike nearly everywhere he went.
So it was fitting that when he died tragically last week at 53 after colliding with a car on the Fahy Bridge, he would be laid to rest at Fountain Hill Cemetery in the Lehigh Valley’s first burial in a cemetery with a special area devoted to environmentally friendly interments.
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