Son of Moshe and Rebecca. He was born on October 2, 1925 in Badzhod in Moldavia (Romania). The poor of his parents urged him to learn a profession that would enable him to support them and himself with dignity. Overcame the lack of means and studied three years in a dental school. Under the Nazi-Fascist regime during the Second World War he was drafted into hard labor to build underground garages for the aeronauts, and after exhausting days worked nights in the bakery to help his parents; But in all this he did not withdraw his hand from underground activities. In 1945, after Romania was liberated by the Russians, he joined Hashomer Hatzair and in early 1948 decided to immigrate to Israel and join the ranks of the fighters of the homeland. Took the escape route through Hungary and Austria to France and spent about five months in training camps of the Haganah. He wrote to his parents: “When we arrive in our land we will know how to stand up for our souls and prove to the entire world that we, the people who have always suffered the burden of strangers, will not allow foreigners to oppress us anymore. From Marseilles, he sailed in a number of times near Haifa, but the bombers missed their target, and the ship headed south and near Tantura was attacked again, and finally its passengers were put on Caesarea Beach in 1949. The next day he arrived for duty, underwent short training and participated in carrying explosive charges. And on his way back to besieged Jerusalem, just before the opening of the “Gevurah Road.” On his three days of vacation, he toured the country, enjoying the panorama and pride of the sparrow that a Jew could live in. Near Zichron Ya’akov, and upon his return from his vacation, he was transferred to Beit Eshel, which was cut off, and was active in guarding and defending the fortifications. “After the rain, the sun will shine, and therefore we must march forward with our heads up and our slogan: Come on!” You were not afraid of death by saying, “Now we must not die, That an important goal is before us: the city of Beersheba held by the enemy. “On his way to this mission, he miraculously took advantage of his car on a mine at the outskirts of the city, then took part in the campaign to break the siege on Sodom. And with dedication to the conquest of Eilat. He spent some time in the outpost near Gaza and was later sent to the outpost of Beit Guvrin with his unit for a month. He and his unit went on a night search in the Dweima area, where they were attacked by the enemy and fought to the last bullet. Before the arrival of reinforcements fell together with his friends on the 21st if Nissan, 21.4.1949. He was laid to rest in the military section of the Rehovot cemetery.