Ben Sarah and Shlomo. He was born on April 25, 1959, in Jerusalem. He studied at the Palmach Elementary School in Carmiel and completed his high school studies at the ORT Netanya boarding school in the electronics track. After undergoing basic training and a digital systems technician course, he was stationed in the Signal Corps unit as a technician. During his service he advanced to the position of senior technician and digital laboratory commander. He also took a parachuting course. He received the Peace-Galilee Operation. When he completed his regular service, he volunteered for a permanent army service. The following are the assessments of his commanders, which are in his personal file: “A disciplined soldier, with excellent professional knowledge, performs all his duties, serves as a model and example to others.” “An outstanding technician in his work, reveals initiative and skill and excellent management ability;” “Has a very high level of work and social activity all the way;” “A person who is over-defined in his position, above and beyond what is required of him, invests his free time.” In 1984, Pesach went on to study in the IDF’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Technion, where he fell during his service and was buried at the military cemetery in Nahariya, leaving behind his parents, four sisters Tikva, Aviva, Kochba, Ronit, and Yoram, and received a certificate of appreciation and respect for his service in the career army.