Aryeh, son of Ada and Yosef Zvi, Glickman,was born on the 25th of Iyar, May 25, 1919 in Warsaw, the capital of Poland. He graduated from high school and studied weaving. In 1936 he immigrated to Israel, settled in Kiryat Chaim and continued his studies at the Technion in Haifa. Since his arrival in Israel, he had been an active member of the Haganah. Aryeh joined the Nutras, and in 1940, to the Jewish settlements police and was appointed sergeant-guard at the Haifa Bay station. After his release in 1946, he married and worked in the Ata factory. He was assigned to the deputy commander in Kiryat Chaim. During this difficult period he guided the people of the Kirya and contributed to its protection and steadfastness. Aryeh bore the responsibility of the Carmeli Brigade with dedication and perseverance. Aryeh fell on the 12th of Iyar, (21.5.1948), after the conquest of Akko, in the course of his duties, when he headed the platoon to carry out a search operation. He was brought to rest in the military cemetery in Haifa. He left behind a wife and two children.