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Bronesberg, Yaakov (Kobi)

Bronesberg, Yaakov (Kobi)


Yaakov (Kobi), son of Sarah and Eliezer, was born on the 22nd of Elul 5714 (22.9.1954) in Afula. He studied at the Beit Yitzhak elementary school in Givat Hamoreh, and later completed his studies at the Afula High School in the humanitarian field. Jacob was a diligent and diligent student, loved by his teachers and friends. His teacher attests to him, who was “a kind, friendly boy, and acceptable to everyone.” He was a sportsman who was strong and broad-shouldered, with great physical fitness, and was a member of the weight-lifting class. Yaakov excelled in good qualities, pleasant and kindhearted, a loyal friend and a man always willing to help others. He was clever and intelligent and his eyes strong and firm. He was a loyal son and devoted to his parents. Respect them, take their opinions into account, and take care of their welfare. Yaakov was drafted into the IDF in early 1972 and volunteered for the Paratroopers Brigade and was a proud Paratrooper in the IDF, and was a proud paratrooper and was an example to his friends, his persistence and his exemplary behavior. In the course of his service away from home, he tried not to worry his parents and made sure to write letters home, but he did not mention anything about the exhausting training, in order to keep his parents from worrying about it. Which took place on 17.10.1973 near the “Chinese farm” Jacob was wounded in the head For four days he fought for his life, but on the 20th of Tishrei 5734 (21.10.1973) he passed away to the eternal rest of the cemetery in Afula, leaving behind a father, mother and two brothers. Established a memorial corner in the synagogue in Afula.

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