Son of Pauline and Joseph, was born in 1922 in Aleppo, Syria. He attended elementary school and was early to recognize that he had no future in the Diaspora and wanted to immigrate to the Land of Israel. In 1938, at the age of 16, he managed to cross the border, arrived in Haifa and began working in construction. During the Second World War, he enlisted in the British Army and served in the Royal Navy in various war zones. After liberation he returned to work in the building. Meanwhile, his parents also arrived in Israel. In 1946 he married a wife, began working for the electric company in Haifa and lived a quiet and Simcha life in the family. As a veteran soldier, he was a member of the Hagana and worked there, especially since the situation in the port city deteriorated before its liberation. On March 8, 1948, he was shot by an Arab sniper on Hassan Shukri Street, while he was helping a wounded friend who fell on the spot, and was brought to rest in the military cemetery in Haifa, followed by a wife and a few weeks old baby .