Chaim, son of Leah and Mordechai, was born on March 18, 1953, in Bolzlawek, Poland, and immigrated to Israel with his family in May 1957. He studied at the Ariel School in Ramle and later graduated from the Boyer High School “He was a diligent and diligent student who excelled in his serious attitude towards study, and was deeply interested in his studies and was loved by his teachers and friends, who volunteered to serve in Magen David Adom after completing his first aid course. He worked at the Magen David Adom station in Ramle (and later in Jerusalem) whenever he had time, especially during his vacations. S soul, for he was a good-hearted and blessed with great patience. He was a honest and conscientious, a good friend and a loyal friend and devoted parents. Life was drafted into the IDF in mid-August 1971 was placed in the Armored Corps. After completing his basic training, he completed a course for tank drivers, a tank training course, and a tank tank course, after completing a course for officers of the Operations Branch and a course for armored corps officers. He was a responsible and dedicated commander. His soldiers respected him and loved him for taking care of their welfare and well-being and knew how to ease the harsh conditions of the field. Although he did not adhere to the rules of discipline, but with regard to fulfilling the position, he demanded precise execution. In the Yom Kippur War, Haim fought in the battle against the enemy forces that broke through the IDF’s defense lines On October 7, 1973, in a heavy armor-armor battle that took place in the central sector near the “Liquid” ridge, He was brought to rest in the Ramle cemetery and left behind a mother and two brothers, and after his death he was promoted to lieutenant.In his letter of condolence to the bereaved family, his commanding officer wrote: “Chaim stuck to his mission and showed courage and recognition of the mission he carried out.” An investigation in 2017 was updated that he was awarded a Cpl.