Son of Aharon and Carmela. He was born on 24.1.1959 in the Daughter of Galim neighborhood of Haifa. He studied at the Tel Hai elementary school and continued at the Ironi Gimel High School in Neve Sha’anan in Haifa. Since childhood, Amir has suffered from illness, but he has fought with them patiently and with great vigor, so as not to stop his development and integration with the children. He was also spared a long series of surgeries. However, Beger became a handsome boy and Tamir. He was kind and gentle. The love of others and the desire to help were always a guiding light. Whatever he had, he was always willing to share with others. Was a pleasant conversationalist and knew how to make connections with those around him. At school Amir felt like an adult among friends and children – not just because he was older than his peers and taller than the others. His behavior and his attitude to others and to himself testified to his desire to overcome the infantile indulgence that accompanied his years of illness and to take up a place in the adult society. At school he was not a brilliant student, but he was alert and knew how to fight his views. It was clear that he was debating, because he was thinking. His arguments in the arguments were not simplistic, but showed a serious approach, sincere doubts, and dealing with the subject. Amir was a member of the Mahanei Ha’olim movement, Ken-Neve-Shaanan. He loved music and cinema. Lots of books to read. Among the sports he chose mainly swimming and riding horses. One of the hobbies was dealing with crafts. All of Amir’s life was spent in struggles for his health and physical and mental victories over his illnesses. When he reached the age of enlistment in the army in August 1977, he did not ask for special consideration for his medical past, except for the day-to-day care of his proper functioning. However, Amir did not cope with this tough military life. Not a month has passed since his enlistment, and he fell during his service – on 17.8.1977. He was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Haifa. Survived by his parents, two brothers and a sister.