Ben-Ari (Laznick), Chaim
Son of Leon and Rosa. He was born on April 3, 1946. In 1957 his family emigrated to Eretz Israel and settled in Sde Warburg and soon became involved in the new country and in the life of the village and even in the cultural and sports life in the area. “Hashomer Hatzair”, one of his hobbies was the collection of stamps of the countries of the world, but most of all he loved the tours and tours in Israel and the beauty of its landscapes, and on every holiday, especially during the summer holidays, he organized groups of friends to travel around the country. At the Ami Assaf High School in Beit Berl, during his high school studies Youth training roles. August 1965 was drafted into the army and served in “Heights.” His exemplary demeanor and his excellence in fulfilling his tasks paved the way for him to the officers’ course, and he successfully completed it. In the Six Day War, he fought in Tel Faher, as commander of the “Barak” Brigade, and later served as a commander in Mount Hermon, before retiring from the army, where he served as commander of the Golani Brigade. He was also an excellent commander, a friend and a friend of his soldiers, and was always ready to help them as a platoon commander, taking care of each of his soldiers. And his soldiers, who once said that “the army is not for me, and all the relationships and behavior of the people in the army do not match my qualities and do not provoke me He continued to work with great devotion until his release, but he did well in military positions, but devoted his life to studies at the Hebrew University of Haifa, and since his release he devoted his time to prepare for the Technion entrance examinations, At the Ruppin Regional High School in Emek Hefer. At the end of March 1970 he was called to reserve duty. On April 28, 1970, he fell in the area of the Suez Canal during the shelling. He was laid to rest in the cemetery at Sde Warburg. His teacher in the upper grades of Beit Berl wrote a letter of condolence to his parents, in which he wrote, among other things: “In my eyes, Haim was a clear archetype of a proud Israeli boy, upright in his height and spirit, intelligent and sensitive, courageous, with an independent mind and an open Lev in his relations with others. He was a pioneer in thought and action, a man of initiative and responsibility, and above all he was attentive to every person.- I saw him growing older to his eyes as he stood out above his friends and classmates, and he set the tone in his search for new patterns of thought, During a reserve duty, although a relatively long time had elapsed since the war, Haim described at length the battle in Tel Fa He told me of his doubts and plans with optimism and confidence, and I looked at him with admiration and admiration, and said to myself: “Blessed are the people of Israel, Themselves and strong in spirit ‘! “. Yedioth Ahtaklai of the Moshavim Movement printed words in his memory.