Son of Helen (Henia) and Shlomo. He was born on July 5, 1914 in the city of Kielce, Poland. In his hometown he began his studies at the Hebrew Gymnasium. Later his family emigrated to Canada and settled in the city of Toronto, where Eliezer joined the Hashomer Hatzair movement and was an active and friendly friend of his friends. He immigrated to Eretz Israel in 1935, despite the opposition of his parents and teachers to Eretz Israel, and immediately upon his arrival in Eretz Israel he joined Kibbutz Nir, whose members were in Hadera and worked there in the orchards. In the spring of 1937 he was with the first members to settle in Ju’ara in the Ephraim Mountains and the kibbutz they founded was called Ein Hashofet. He quickly became involved in work and in the life of the kibbutz and his friends from those days remember that he was especially attracted to the plowing. On the way back from Yokneam to Ein Hashofet near the village of Reihaniya, shots were fired at them from the wadi, and Eliezer was killed with another friend, who was buried with his friends. In the Ein HaShofet cemetery, in which he wrote: “He is the youngest of us, who came to Israel four years ago when he was a boy, grew up and matured with us, and became a man.” To this day the children in Hadera tell about Lulek the plower in Ju’ara with the horses, and his image was etched in their soft memory. After the fall of Eliezer, the first child born on the kibbutz was named after him. His name was engraved on pages in the diary of Kibbutz Ein Hashofet.