Avraham (Avi), son of Sarah (Zahara) and Zechariah, was born on February 10, 1950 in Rehovot. He studied at Yeshurun Elementary School in Rishon Letzion and at the Yesodei Torah School in Kiryat Ono. Afterward, he studied at the Otzar HaTalmud yeshiva in Ramat Gan. Abraham was a diligent and persistent student, but was forced to stop his studies in order to assist in the household agriculture. First he was a painter and then he polished diamonds. He studied and completed his studies in mathematics, literature, English and Jewish studies, and read many books dealing with state and society. He was a sports fan who worked on bodybuilding and devoted his free time to football and basketball. Abraham was stubborn, he would try to convince others of the justice of his ideas, evidence brought him from the areas he knew – the religious sphere and the country and social life. He was very optimistic, did not fall in spirit, and for everything that happened to him responded with a smile and a joke. He loved society and was hospitable, knew how to keep a secret and did not go gossiping. He was far from quarrelsome and did as much as he could to make peace among his friends. He was humble and modest and did not like to boast. He was a loyal son and devoted to his parents and respected them greatly. Avraham was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces in early February 1967. After completing basic training he completed his tank training course and was an excellent tank gunner who was responsible and dedicated to his job and served as an example of his friends in his good temper, When the Yom Kippur War broke out, he was drafted and sent with his unit to the front in the Golan Heights On the 7th of Tishrei 5740 (October 7, 1973), Avraham fell in battle in the area of Mount Yosifon on the way A shell hit his tank and he was killed on the spot and was brought to rest in the Kiryat Shaul cemetery. Meir left after him a father, mother, two brothers and two sisters. After falling promoted to the rank of sergeant. In a letter of condolence to the bereaved family wrote to his commander: Avraham fulfilled his duties conscientiously and faithfully. He had excellent professional ability, and his devotion to the goal during the fighting, which served as an example to his friends. “His parents donated a Torah scroll to the synagogue in Kfar Chabad to commemorate the memory of their loved ones.