Abraham, son of Sultana and Yehuda, was born on 15 July 1935 in the city of Fez, Morocco. He studied at the Alliance elementary school in Morocco and immigrated to Israel in 1950. He studied at the agricultural school in Nahalal and was a brilliant student at the Alliance school in Morocco. After graduating, he was sent to study in Nahalal, where he excelled in his studies there, his grades were excellent and his teachers encouraged him to continue his studies, but he had to work to earn a living immediately after graduation In Nahalal, and to help his parents and other family members, who also immigrated to Israel His friends say he spent a long time helping to solve the problems of friends and strangers who asked him for help and assistance. “When his parents arrived in Israel, Avraham said to his father,” The first step we have to do is to work the land diligently. And with dedication. “The family settled in Moshav Tidhar in the south of the country and established a magnificent agricultural farm, where Avraham was drafted into the IDF in 1953 and served as a combat medic in the Medical Corps and a combat unit in the Golani Brigade. As a reservist he took part in Operation Kadesh and in the Six Day War as a combat medic, and in one of the battles he volunteered to transport a wounded person under enemy fire, even though he knew that his life was in danger. After the Six-Day War, Abraham began to devote himself to his favorite agricultural field – the orchards. He planted pears and apricot plantations in son of-Nun and Azaria and then worked as a plant manager. In order to increase his income and to help the family, Avraham opened a shop and thus divided his time between the plantation and commerce. He married a wife and eventually had three children. Avraham was the head of a caring and loyal family and devoted father to his three children. When the Yom Kippur War broke out, Avraham set out with his unit for the third war in his life as a combat medic. He crossed the course of battles in Sinai and crossed the Suez Canal. But on the 19th of Tishrei 5734 (19.10.1973), Avraham was injured and killed while providing medical assistance to the wounded at the airfield of Dever Soir, west of the Canal. He was brought to eternal rest in the Lod cemetery. He left behind a wife and three children. After his fall, he was promoted to First Sergeant. In a letter of condolence to the bereaved family, his commander wrote that Abraham was an excellent and dedicated medic who had courage in treating the wounded under heavy enemy fire. His wife commemorated him in the Shaarei Rachamim Synagogue in Petach Tikva.