Son of Rene and Jenny. He was born on November 22, 1956, in Hadera. He studied at the Ahad Ha’am elementary school and at the Tsafririm elementary school. He went on to the vocational school “Neurim” in Kfar Vitkin and completed his pre-military course for electrician-car at the “Onim” high school in Kfar Saba. From childhood he is active and alert, running around restlessly and showing interest in everything. Yaron was a friendly boy and made friends easily. From childhood he had shown independence and uncompromisingness, was diligent and responsible, ambitious and quick-making. “Yaron came to us as a ‘mischievous naughty,’ but finished eighth grade as a disciplined naughty, collaborating, listening attentively and ready for social activity,” says his teacher, Moshe Peleg. “He was a nice boy, and his smile was captivating, and even when Naim failed, he was able to be with him, because he knew how to lose respectably, he was a life-loving boy and adventurous, and he did not attract much effort and action, but in any matter requiring thought, originality and self-expression Excelled. ” The school principal adds: “A thin boy and always Yaron, full of vitality bursting in. His eyes are brown and big, and he shoots laughing and mischievous, his life in school was full of surprises for his educators, because we never knew what a prank he would plan and do. And he never had any feelings of anger and anger, even when we proved him on his face, he accepted it with good spirit and a desire to correct it. Yaron was drafted into the IDF in October 1974 and volunteered to serve in the army, To serve in a infantry paratrooper unit. After basic training, he took a parachuting course and other courses and was sent to a commando unit in the south of the country and quickly integrated into the unit’s life. “Yaron stood out as an ambitious and quick-decision boy, resourceful in various situations, independent of his decisions and actions, often uncompromising with his comrades in the reconnaissance unit, and when he made a decision, no one could stand in his way and dissuade him from acting as he saw fit. Yaron refused to accept authority, he wanted to do everything in his own way, and at the same time we loved him because he was cheerful, full of life and joy at all times, capable of improvisation and resourcefulness, a soldier who knows how to find a solution in every situation, . On the 17th of Tishrei 5766 (September 12, 1975), Yaron fell to the military cemetery in Hadera, leaving behind his parents and two brothers, and his family published a booklet in his memory, containing many of his life’s chapters and the words of his teachers, educators , His acquaintances and friends.