Son of Yehuda and Malka. He was born on 14.11.1955 in Moshav Sde-Uzia. He completed his studies at the elementary school in the moshav and later studied the welding profession. A pleasant boy and kindhearted was always ready to help others. He was a straight guy with values and ideals and he loved the country with true love. Thanks to his easy nature and good measurements, he was loved by all and was always surrounded by friends who wanted his closeness. He loved the work of the land and worked a lot in his father’s farm and helped him with various crafts and in the care of cowsheds and cows. Shlomo excelled in the welding work, and after working briefly as a laborer in a packing house in Ashdod, he began to work in his profession at the Sarigim factory in Beit Shemesh. He continued his work, was considered a diligent and diligent worker, and was greatly admired by his friends and his superiors in the factory. Shlomo was drafted into the IDF at the end of July 1973, when he asked to advance his enlistment in half a year, and joined the Nahal Sion, which was to settle in Neve Ativ in Hermon, volunteering to serve in the Paratroopers Brigade. In basic training, he was trained in a rifle course and was successful. After that, he took a course in anti-tank crews and graduated as an anti-tank gunner. He was later assigned to the paratroopers’ brigade and began training and employment. At the recommendation of his commanders, he was sent to take part in a parachute training course and was very successful. Shlomo was a man whose volunteerism was inherent in his character. He was sure of himself and was always the first to carry out any difficult task without hesitation or deliberation. His parents, who knew these qualities, were very concerned about him, so he always took care to calm them down and made sure to send them letters and call them often. But they did not stop asking him why he had to volunteer for such a dangerous and difficult job. “I decided to volunteer for the paratroopers, because there I could contribute more than any other unit,” he replied. Shlomo aspired to advance in the military framework and devoted all his energies to fulfilling his duties properly. His commanders appreciated him and praised him for it. He also received great esteem and sympathy among his fellow members. Shlomo was supposed to marry his girlfriend, Tzipi, after his discharge from regular service in the IDF, and travel with her abroad, but he did not succeed in fulfilling his dream: On February 3, 1975, In the vicinity of the Jedi checkpoint, he was brought to eternal rest in the cemetery in Moshav Sde Uziya, leaving behind his parents, three brothers and six sisters, and the regional council of Be’er Tuvia published a pamphlet commemorating the members of its communities who fell in Israel’s wars. “To. His parents donated a Torah scroll to commemorate his name.