Gross, Aharon (Arla)
Son of-Nechama-Rivka and Shmuel-Aizik was born in 1928 in Tel Aviv and was educated at Beit Hashomer in the tradition of Israel. He studied at Moriah High School and graduated with honors. He was well versed in the knowledge of scriptures. At a young age he joined a youth company in Ayelet Hashahar, worked in agriculture and was known among his friends as a very cheerful boy, a sports enthusiast and a dancer. As a member of the Palmach, he moved to a work battalion in Herzliya and worked as a driver, and after a year he returned to Tel Aviv and began working for the Electric Company, At the outbreak of the War of Independence, to secure the phone lines until a full mobilization was enlisted in one of the brigades, Aharon fell in a road accident on the 22nd of December 1948 near Urim in the Negev and was put to rest in the Nachlat Yitzhak military cemetery.