Son of Sima and Yosef, was born in 1901 in the city of Kerch on the Crimean Peninsula, in Russia, where the Zionist family decided to immigrate to Palestine, but when the First World War broke out, all plans were disrupted. A pogrom took place in the city and Avraham’s father was murdered by the rioters, and the idea of immigration was postponed again, and he went to Odessa to study at the Polytechnic, but abandoned his studies in order to realize his dream of immigrating to Eretz Israel, And settled in Jerusalem, where he worked in various jobs, mainly in the building, and in 1928 he contracted typhus and was hospitalized at Misgav Ladach Hospital. At the end of that year, he enlisted in the school corps and was sent to Zarqa, Jordan, with his wife and infant daughter, and when the family returned, she began to migrate from Tel Aviv to Haifa and from there to Jerusalem. The family finally settled in Jerusalem, where Avraham volunteered in various fields wherever he was, but mainly in matters of fire and security, and in the 1929 riots he took part in the defense of the Jewish community in Jerusalem and in the bloody events of 1936-1939 was among the defenders in Tel- Aviv and Haifa. In these cities he also trained volunteer firefighters in firefighting. He was a nice, cheerful man, and above all a warm and loving family man. Avraham was a member of the “Brit Trumpeldor” headquarters and was a counselor for Betar youth, and when he visited the country, Avraham was appointed to be one of his bodyguards. “His great dream was to see the establishment of a Jewish state and a Jewish army defending it, but he did not win and his death was three months ahead of the birth of the state On 2 Adar I 5708 (February 12, 1948) The City of Jerusalem. The area included a number of Jewish homes in the Rehavia neighborhood as well as the buildings of the national institutions that were, in effect, the institutions of the state in the making. His job was to prevent the entry of hostile British soldiers into Jewish neighborhoods. From the top of a nearby house, he broke an iron window from one of the windows, hit his head and was killed on the spot. He left a wife and three children: Yael, Ruth and Rafi. Four days later, he was buried at a hasty funeral because of the grave danger of burial on the Mount of Olives. During the funeral, the Arabs began to snipe at the people on the mountain and the members of the burial society and the few escorts did not manage to properly mark the graves. Since the Six-Day War, his family had tried to locate his burial place, but they could not. Only in 1990, following the discovery of the burial place of another cavity from the same funeral, did the family reach the exact spot with the help of an elderly Arab who was among the graves. In a superficial excavation, Rafi’s son discovered a concave stone and Abraham’s name is written on it in pencil. The 43rd anniversary of his downfall was marked by the family next to his grave.