Son of Haim and Shulamit. He was born on the 12th of Tammuz 5705 (13.6.1945) in the settlement of Mitzpe, near Tiberias, where he was one of the founders of Hashomer in Sejera and Kfar Tavor, and was one of the founders of Mitzpeh in 1908. Yitzhak attended elementary school in Kiryat Shmuel. In the eighth grade, he joined the HaNoar HaOved movement and HaPoel in the Jordan Valley, where he often went on trips and trips, and continued on to the high school in Tiberias. As he grew older he bought more information and understood the atmosphere of national pioneering in which he was educated at home Crystallization personality and Nthslh. During the high school was interested in airplanes, was a member of Youth Battalions-Conditioning, took courses and attained the rank of instructor. Upon enlisting in the IDF in August 1963, he volunteered for the Paratroopers Brigade, as all his classmates volunteered for this corps, and the army’s life in order and discipline suited him to his strict order of command and leadership ability. After finishing the course, just before the Six-Day War, he was about to become a captain, and was a good friend to all his friends and devoted everything to them, and when he completed his mandatory service he signed a permanent service in recognition of his sacred duty to his people and his homeland. The national progressed for his own convenience and well-being, and therefore did not leave the army, as his parents wanted him to continue studying In his short vacations, he was in the house, where he had acquired love and awe, and helped his father in the farm (in the garden or at home repairs), and always sought to help his home, to ease, to encourage and reassure him when he knew Who was involved in all the reprisals and the family’s anxiety grew day by day, during the Six-Day War he left with his battalion and near Shikh-Zweid in Sinai, on the first day of the battles, on 26 June 1967, full of life and joy and full of plans For the future, he fell. He was buried in the military cemetery in Bari and later moved to eternal rest in the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem. His commander, Lt. Col. Yair Tel-Zur, who later fell in July 1967 with a mine during the breakthrough north of Sharm el-Sheikh, noted Yitzhak in his letter of condolence to the family as one of the “best officers of the battalion, Diligently, with dedication and with commendable efficiency. ” Along with the collection of dried plants from his school days, his travels, his travels, leaving behind his films and many slides of landscape pictures. The gymnasium of the “HaGalil” high school was named after him. A book called “Yitzhak” was published by the parents in his memory. In the Yalkut of the sons who fell in Israel’s wars – “Goily Ash”, Volume 4 – was brought from his estate.