Yoram, son of Miriam and Mendel, was born on September 30, 1938, in Kvutzat Shiller near Rehovot, where he grew up without being bothered by his parents and educators. He was educated in the spirit of the group and his values, loved his studies and his work and was close to the soil and working the land, and he worked in all sectors of the agriculture and excelled in his responsibility and dedication to work. Yoram was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces in early April 1956. After completing basic training, he underwent a course as an outstanding trainee, continued his training at the Zinni School He completed his regular service in the IDF every year, in order to participate in a course for infantry officers, and when he was finished he was appointed as the commander of a platoon in the Commanders’ School. In 1960 he was released from regular service in the Israel Defense Forces, and after he was released and returned to his farm, he found no satisfaction in him and wished to be independent. To grow a flourishing plantation of pecan nuts and to set up an exemplary turkey farm in 1963. In 1963, he completed a course for armored corps officers in the reserves and was assigned to a rank-and-file armored corps. Yoram was loved by the members of the moshav, because he was friendly and willing to help others. In time he married his girlfriend Cami and they had three daughters – Ronit, Galit and Liora. During the Six-Day War he was called up for reserve duty and bread on the southern front. His letters from the front were so steeped in love for his home, for the wife and for the little daughter, and for the farm he had left for his wife, without a helping hand. He took part in the battles, with the Armored Corps that strove southward and reached the shores of the Suez Canal. To his parents he wrote then: “We’ve had an exciting week that happens once in a generation.” In the opinion of his commanders during his tenure as a reservist officer, he said: “Responsible for his commanders and subordinates, talented in the field, calm, considerate and thorough, an example of his soldiers, honest, professional and loyal, disciplined and disciplined. Yoram returned to his farm and continued to combine his blessed work in the successful agriculture with periods of reserve duty. He raised his daughters and was an exemplary father, full of understanding and affection. He was always careful to maintain close contact with his kibbutz and with his parents, and everyone followed his actions and successes with pride. When the Yom Kippur War broke out, Yoram was called to his unit, which was sent south of Sinai to the Bluse. When his unit was under heavy fire, he did not lose his peace of mind and did not stop worrying about his soldiers. On the 18th of Tishrei 5734 (18.10.1973), after the force crossed the Canal, Yoram’s company went to a daring purification operation in which his half-track was hit and Yoram was killed and brought to eternal rest in the Kvutzat Shiller cemetery. And three daughters, a father, a sister and a brother, and the commander of his unit wrote to the grieving family: “Yoram was among the veteran officers in the battalion and among the most talented among them. I knew him as an excellent and courageous officer, who led his men in battle with bravery and bravery. We all loved and appreciated Yoram, both his commanders and his soldiers, and his fall was a severe blow to our unit. ” In April 1976, the Medal of Honor was awarded. This is the text of the letter of honor: “In witness and testimony that 415240 Captain Bar-Gil Yoram of blessed memory showed courage worthy of being a model. Description of the act: In the Yom Kippur War, Captain Yoram Bar-Gil fought in the position of deputy commander of the Armash company on the Sinai front. On October 11, 1973, the battalion was attacked by enemy aircraft and many fighters and vehicles were attacked. During the attack, the late Yoram Bar-Gil operated anti-aircraft guns and later organized a rescue operationAs well as removing a burning vehicle from the area. In this way, additional casualties were avoided. On October 18, the battalion encountered an enemy force in the area of the Haifa junction. The late Yoram Bar-Gil, who commanded the company after the fall of its command, received an order to attack the enemy compound, and Yoram Bar-Gil organized the company to attack the target. In short range combat. During the course of this battle, the CGS received a direct hit, and the late Captain Yoram Bar-Gil was injured and fell. In his actions, the late Captain Yoram Bar-Gil was a model of courage, coolness, personal example and dedication to the task, and was awarded the Medal of Honor in the Israel Defense Forces Law of 1970. Lt. Gen. Mordechai Gur, Chief of the General Staff. “With the help of Moshav Lachish and the Shiller group, the family published a book in his memory.