Son of Shula (Shulamit) and Gabriel. Was born on December 19, 1970 in Jerusalem, the third child of eight brothers and sisters. He grew up in the fields of Micha. From the 1st through 6th grade, he attended the “Sarigim” elementary school in Moshav Sarigim, the regional school in the Adulam region. Yaron continued his seventh grade in the religious elementary school “Even HaEzer” in Moshav Nocham, where he studied until the twelfth grade.Jeron was a mischievous and inquisitive child who liked to explore.In Moshav Sdot Micha he broke eggs in chicken coop in his childhood only to see how they emerged from them In his youth, he was active in the Hanoar Haoved Vehalomed movement, the Adulam branch, and was a trainee and a counselor in the moshav movement, a smile on Yaron’s face, and his shyness was apparent from his expression. As an inseparable part of his personality, he offered help at all times to everyone he knew and to anyone he did not know. And the joy of life that characterized him, it was possible to see when he danced and was happy in all the family events, and he was always happy to play with his friends, whether they were playing soccer or basketball, 28.2.1989, first to a combat unit, as a soldier in the field units. But since his mother got ill and he wanted to help her and feed her, he moved to serve in an Air Force base. When Yaron was eighteen, he met Liz (Alice), who was sixteen and a half. After more than three years of membership, at the age of twenty-two, they married. Liz said that Yaron was her best friend in addition to being loved and loved. Therefore, in their surroundings, everyone said that “Liz and Yaron are the example of a relationship.” Since Yaron served until late in the evening, the two took advantage of every available moment to spend quality time on walks and recreation. Yaron loved nature and enjoyed traveling in Israel. He was on every occasion with Liz and their friends. Yaron admired his mother Shula and had a special and brave relationship with her. When she became ill with cancer, he treated her more than her eight children. After a three-year struggle with her severe illness, the mother died. Yaron was then eighteen years old and his younger brother Netanel was about two years old. Yaron and Liz, his girlfriend and later his wife, raised Nathaniel as their son. As a family man with great grace, his relations with his family were strong, and he served as the mainstay of his family. After his children were born – Naor and Shiraz – he always carried them with his hands and shoulders. A warm father, loving and sharing. In his free time, Yaron, who was blessed with gold, loved to work in carpentry, and in general, he was very talented. He served in the Israel Air Force in the administrative unit. He was gentle and diligent, an outstanding soldier in his unit, who loved to help anyone at any hour and on any subject. A few months after the conclusion of his regular service, he signed a permanent order and thus followed the path of his grandfather and father, who also served in the permanent army. He was a man with a high work ethic who invested in his work, was recognized as an outstanding soldier, and was supposed to continue his service as a unit officer in charge of a nutrition division. His connections with his comrades in the unit were excellent and he was well integrated wherever he was. Col. Udi Zohar, commander of the unit, told him: “Yaron … did most of the compulsory service in the unit until his release … After several months he decided to continue on his grandfather and father’s path, He is always faithful to his work and his friends, modest and pleasant, always willing to help others, loved and loved by all, always in his shy smile, as if apologizing for all the compliments he receives.Jerusalem stood out especially in the many honors he received: 1997 was against an outstanding pilotD. received many certificates and letters of appreciation in the various stages of his service. The tragedy of his death on Friday interrupted at once a glorious and promising service by an excellent opponent. “On July 17, 1998, Yaron corrected something on the balcony of his home in Beit Shemesh, fell from the third floor, was seriously wounded and died in the hospital’s operating room. Elharar fell during his army service on the 17th of Tammuz 5758 (17.7.1998). He was twenty-eight when he fell. He was laid to rest in the military section of the Beit Shemesh cemetery. Survived by Raya – Liz, Ben – Naor, daughter – Shiraz, father – Gabriel, and seven brothers and sisters – Rivka, Eitan, Meirav, Eli, Eyal, Hila and Netanel. Thousands honored him and accompanied him on his last journey, out of great appreciation and love. After the shiva, Liz’s brother, Avi Abutbul, wrote: “… Today after a long week of unbearable pain, we know more than we knew then, and we feel more than we felt then, your purity, your rights and your nobility. Because the rabbi is … “The head of the Personnel Directorate, Major General Gideon Sheffer, said after Yaron’s fall:” Yaron saw his service as a mission and carried it with dedication and love. Always true and dedicated. Devoted himself to increasing the strength of the IDF and cultivating its spirit, while the welfare of the state was in front of its eyes. The family took various commemorative actions: it contributed to the renovation of the “Rabbi David and Moshe” synagogue in Safed and Yaron was immortalized in the memorial stone; In the synagogue in Beit Shemesh, where Yaron prayed, Liz bought a prayer lamp in his memory, a curtain for a box and a curtain for the Holy Ark; In September 2011, a celebration will be held in memory of Liz’s great grandfather, Rabbi Ya’akov HaCohen. The celebration will be devoted to the memory of Yaron. The money donated to the event will be dedicated to renovating the synagogue in the unit where Yaron served in the air force.