Son of-Batsheva and Feivel. He was born on May 8, 1956 in the Soviet Union and immigrated to Israel with his family in 1959. He studied at the Brenner elementary school in Herzliya and later went on to study at the ORT Herzliya High School. He completed his studies at the Air Force School in the Communications Department, and was drafted into the IDF in early April 1975 and was stationed in the Signal Corps. He was sent to a unit in northern Israel as a communications technician. Even when he was a volunteer, he volunteered for regular army service. Over the years he returned and extended his service. In 1979, Moshe was orphaned from his father and he showed concern for his mother and a unique dedication to his mother. On February 8, 1988, Moshe fell in the line of duty and was brought to eternal rest in the military cemetery in Herzliya. He left behind a mother and a sister – Miriam. He received a certificate of appreciation and respect for his service in the career army. He was also awarded the Peace-Galilee Campaign. In a letter of condolence to the family, his commander wrote: “I knew Moshe two years ago, a relatively short period of his stay in the brigade – twelve years, but long enough to understand the nature of the man. One is the world of the home, the mother, the sister, a world of devotion and loyalty to these people, and the other is the world of the army, the world of work, which also has the wholeness and will to give and contribute more and more.I know today that my knowledge of the world of the home was nothing compared to the real relationship and relationship that existed. In the world of the army, Moshe was one of those who had a very important mission, and I knew that if Moshe were to be carried out well, “Moshe went out to bring armored personnel carriers – a great hope that we would not have to use them, but if so, I am sure we will do the best as Moshe used to and would like us to.” His mother commemorated him in the synagogue in Herzliya She lives.