The only son of Devorah and Nahum was born on 28.12.1928 in Haifa and lives in Kiryat Motzkin, where he completed his studies at the school. He was a member of the Mahanot HaOlim youth movement and after graduating joined the movement’s training in Yagur and later in Maoz Haim. He was a member of the Palmach’s naval unit and took part in bringing down many illegal immigrants to the shores of the country, a resolute and self-confident young man who was close and self-contained and humble, and with the outbreak of the War of Independence he was sent to the Negev and participated in the defense of the besieged Kibbutz Beit Eshel. May 3, 1948), a security guard in his machine-gun drove out of a armored vehicle to a nearby Moshav Nevatim, and a battle broke out with the Egyptians who ambushed the armored vehicle, which lasted for several hours. The enemy and caused him heavy losses. “Shlomo fired his machine gun until the last moment of his life and when he stopped, he dropped his head on his barrel The machine gun was brought to burial together with his two friends who fell in the same battle on a hill near Nevatim on August 9, 1949. He was put to rest at the military cemetery in Haifa.