Son of Juliette and Saadia. He was born on the 11th of Adar 5758 (11.3.1958) in Haifa. Shimon was a twin brother to his sister Ilana. When he was a small boy, the family moved to Kiryat Haim, where Shimon completed the AD Gordon elementary school, continued his studies at the Kiryat Haim high school, and later studied electrical engineering at the Urim military boarding school. He was a favorite of the students and teachers, and found a way to calm the hot-tempered and to make a difference between the hawks, and on the school trips he served as a guide, an assistant to the educator, a social activist, a natural leader and a skilled practitioner. , Fulfilled his dream of going on a big trip abroad with some close friends. On this trip he discovered great resourcefulness and often saved people who had been injured or contracted an unexpected illness. Shimon enlisted in the IDF in November 1975 and was drafted as a combat soldier in the Golani Brigade, following a paratrooper course, a course for squad commanders and a paramedics course, and was promoted to the rank of sergeant. After his discharge from the IDF, Shimon moved to Eilat and was hired as a security man in one of the city’s largest hotels. He soon proved his strength and dedication and appointed the hotel’s chief security officer. All the while he kept his physical fitness, spent a lot of time in the gym, and went out for a sporty walk with his dog every evening. On the 11th of Cheshvan 5747 (11.11.1986) he fell while carrying out a rental car from Taba to Eilat on his way to active reserve duty in the north of Israel, and suddenly a camel crossed the road and Shimon did not notice him in the darkness and hit him with great force. In a fatal accident and was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Haifa and left behind his parents and four sisters – Etti, Aviva, Ilana and Aliza – in a letter of condolence to his family. He joined the medical unit seven years ago and since then served with it during the times of the Peace-Galilee War and in operational operations in Lebanon. Shimon was one of the pillars of the unit, both militarily and professionally and socially and socially. He was outstanding in his ability to lead and served as a model for his friends in his loyalty, devotion and devotion to fulfilling the tasks assigned to him. “The family published a memorial booklet containing lists, poems, pictures and things in his memory.