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Daniel, Goel

Daniel, Goel


Ben Hannah and Ezekiel. He was born on March 19, 1977 in Kiryat Shmona. A son of his parents. Brother to Ilana, Nurit, Gabi, Dalia, Uri and David. He grew up in his hometown and spent the first years of his studies at the Tel Hai elementary school. Goel was a beautiful boy, fair and golden-haired, quiet and shy, with a desire to help and reach for his turns. When he was six, his mother, Hannah, fell ill, and when he was in eighth grade she died. Due to the mother’s illness, Goel took part in the housework, and was particularly good at cooking and baking. He also assisted in the care of a grandmother who lived with the family and was responsible for making the payments on time. Despite the difficulties, he continued his studies at the vocational high school ‘Youth Center’ in the mechanics track, and successfully completed twelve years of study. Guel discovered a desire to serve in a combat unit, but due to a medical problem he did not succeed, and at the end of July 1996 he was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces, was stationed in the Ordnance Corps and served as a mechanic. He was laid to rest in the Kiryat Shmona cemetery and was survived by his father, three brothers and three sisters, and his family commemorated him at the Shaarei Ratzon Synagogue in Kiryat Shmona, and then-Chief of Staff Amnon Lipkin-Shahak, Wrote to the family in a letter of condolence: “Goel served as a car mechanic at the Kiryat Shmona workshop of the Golan and Galilee Regional Ordnance Ordnance Unit at the Northern Command, when he was on vacation. As a disciplined and dedicated soldier who showed great motivation for military service and found independence in the performance of his duties, Guel stood out in his modesty, helped and helped those around him at all times, and was admired and accepted by his commanders and friends alike. ” The commander of the unit in which Goel served continued to write: “Guel was outstanding in his modesty and diligence and performed his tasks independently, and with his friends in the unit he contributed his part in the defense of the northern communities. All of it. “

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