Son of Avraham and Galia. He was born on August 20, 1950 in Aleppo, Syria. His family immigrated to Israel in 1959. He attended Yeshurun Elementary School and Yavneh High School – both in Holon. He was one of the best students in his school. A thread of seriousness was always on his face and there was no interest he took seriously: prayer and observance, study, games-everything was serious. Shlomo was a member of the Bnei Akiva youth movement. Out of devotion to his family and concern for his father, he would help him in his shop after school, and only later in the evening would he prepare his lessons. He would deal with everything with his friends and would sit with them for hours and teach them a page of Gemara. He loved spending time with them and helping them as much as he could. He was always smiling and loving. Was the first to go to work in the school towns for a week, and always to do for his country with all his might. In mid-August 1968, he was drafted into the IDF and assigned to the Armored Corps, and was eager to continue his studies after his discharge from the IDF at the Hebrew Technion in Haifa. On 17.8.1969, he fell in the line of duty and was brought to rest in the Kiryat Shaul military cemetery.