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Greener, Daniel (Danny)

Greener, Daniel (Danny)


Ben Alvira and Bernardo. He was born on February 10, 1968 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Ronit’s eldest brother. In August 1975, when Danny was six years old, the family immigrated to Israel and established their home in Ra’anana. Daniel attended the “Meged” elementary school and the “Ostrovsky” high school in the city, and graduated from the Ankori Elementary School in Tel Aviv. Danny was active in the “Scouts” youth movement – as a boy and his youth as a guide. In this framework, he was chosen to go to youth training in the United States. Danny was ready to help anyone who seemed to him in need of help, encouragement, or encouragement. In the after hours, Danny worked voluntarily with exceptional children who were in the “Issie Shapiro” institution in Ra’anana. During his spare time, he played soccer in the framework of Hapoel Raanana. According to his father, his love for life and health was evident in Danny, who expressed his devotion to photography, and his love of good food, children, sports, work and indulgences. But above all, he was a devoted and loving son of his parents and sister. During this period he met his great love for Li-Mor. In mid-August 1986, Dani was drafted into the army, and was sent to serve as a driver, after which he submitted a request for transfer. And therefore I would like to be part of a field unit so that I can contribute more to the IDF. ” Following his request, Daniel was sent to serve at the base of the Signal Corps, and later served in Lebanon, where he was discharged from the IDF in August 1989. Upon his discharge from the IDF he traveled with Li-Mor to the United States. After three years in the United States and six years of membership, they decided to establish their bond of friendship. They set the date of their marriage for October 1994, but were not married. In the middle of July 1994, Danny was called up for reserve duty and was summoned for an interview at the induction center in order to place him in the new appropriate unit On July 13, 1994, Danny was killed in a road accident that occurred while he was on his way to the new unit. He was buried in the military cemetery in Ra’anana, leaving behind his parents, a sister and a friend, and the chief of staff, Ehud Barak, wrote to the family: “… Daniel was a self-disciplined, decent soldier who fulfilled his duties in the best way possible. “Dani’s mother, Alvira, wrote and published in 1996 a book in his memory” The Grand Prize “.

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