Son of Binyamin and Tzipora. He was born in Petah Tikva on December 29, 1943. He completed his studies at the Neve Oz School and then moved to the Max Payne Vocational High School in Tel Aviv and completed the Department He was a member of the Ha – Shomer ha – Tsa’ir youth movement and belonged to the Society of Natural Sciences and was a Gadna counselor at Kibbutz Ein Hashofet. He took part in the excavations at Masada and also read many books, because by his nature he was serious and educated and even deep-seated. His hobby as a child was collecting stamps and filling albums with them. When he grew up, he liked to do tours and tours around the country, to practice target shooting, to delve into radio matters and to make radio calls through the radio-loving station (which is located in the Max-Payne School with its students). He also loved sports – especially swimming, and also participated a few times in the Sea of Galilee. He did not speak much, but he was full of emotion – and especially about his family. He was modest in his manner and timid – but he was interested in everything. Was a way in which the creative imagination was integrated into the act. He had a great deal of patience and lucid thought – the qualities of a natural-currency researcher – and so, after graduating from the Max Payne School, he moved to Haifa and went there to the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Hebrew Technion. In his studies, David was found to be talented and excelled in the second year. After graduating from the Technion he volunteered for paratroopers with the rank of sergeant; This rank was given to him during an officers’ course that passed him during his vacations from the Technion studies, and later received the rank of lieutenant-colonel without an officer’s course because he participated in the retaliatory action in Samua. David loved the army and was attached to it and was about to sign a service in the permanent army for four years. For the first time he was drafted into the IDF in August 1961, but about a week before the Six-Day War broke out on May 28, 1967, he fell in the line of duty and was put to rest in the Petah Tikva cemetery. Wrote a letter of condolence to the family, and noted that “his restrained nature, his easy temperament and his ability to perform and command people made him a natural commander in the unit … in everything he was revealed as a person to be trusted without question. Was accepted and loved by everyone and everyone valued him and trusted him. “The Technion certificate, which granted him the degree of” Master of Science “after graduating, was not received with his own hands.