Son of Moshe and Chaya. He was born on August 7, 1934 in Afula. He completed his studies at the Beit Hakerem High School by the age of 17. As a result, he completed one year of studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (in the Faculty of Humanities), during which he was active and guided the Gadna. In August 1952 he was drafted into the IDF, but Na’aman was admitted to the army’s academic reserve, but at the last moment decided to give it up out of respect for the IDF and its service. He immediately went to the officers and passed a few preparatory courses with honors. Showed a special inclination to painting and music. He fell in the line of duty on the 27th of Iyar 5713 (7.5.1953) and was brought to eternal rest in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. The parents set up a lab and a study room in the field of bioriology, which he liked and excelled at in high school. An annual prize is awarded in his name to the outstanding student in this field.