Son of Franz and the child. He was born on January 31, 1945 in Kibbutz Hazorea. He studied at the Shomria Institute and completed his 12th grade in 1963. A worn-out daughter always floated on his face and reflected his deep-seated wisdom and the love of man and life. From an early age, he had the ambition to do everything in the best and most perfect way, to explore everything to the end and not to leave anything unclear, and when he grew up he was always open to thought and there were not many like him for alertness, He turned to the guidance function and vigorously admired and admired him because he knew how to treat them more as a friend than as a guide, He joined the Armored Corps and completed his service there, perhaps because of the need to give the army its full potential and perhaps because of its great love for trips and tours – to scouting That he had gone on a long trip with his family since he was a child, and later went to an officer’s course, where he was once again in the same unit, one of his friends says that together with Ran in the army they would carry out border patrols in the south. To get to know them. He did all this out of a desire to know his country and because he loved it with all his soul. In the evenings, in his free time, he read books of the country’s knowledge, books of geology and mathematics, and once he argued with one of his officials about the way youth were educated in Israel and said that youth should be educated about patriotism rather than hatred of the enemy. In his opinion, youth should be allowed to travel and get to know his country in the army, because that is how he will learn to love her. He had military knowledge and an outstanding officer and was interested in other fields as well. It was only during stressful times that it was hard for him to concentrate on his studies. Shortly after his release from the army, he was called back to the flag and during the Six-Day War he was part of a reconnaissance company in reserve duty. The friend says that he met him a few days before the outbreak of the fighting when he was driving in an open, dusty jeep, smiling as usual: “You can travel again!” Other friends say that they met him during the battle in the Lev of Sinai, What a landscape and spaces! It was on the third day of its battles, on June 7, 1967, near the tomb of Parker, north of the Mitla in Sinai, where Rani was appointed In order to guide additional forces to the first tanks that arrived and towards evening he went with his friends to return to their unit, but on the way they encountered the enemy, entered the battle with them and two of them – Ran and another of his friends from Kfar Saba – were killed in the military cemetery in Bari And was later transferred to the cemetery at Kibbutz Hazorea, where he was raised to the rank of lieutenant.In August 1968, an artistic structure was dedicated in memory of son of This is a combination of construction and sculpture in the area of the children’s home, Ran’s cheerful character and his athletic leanings, after which a booklet appeared in his memory and two other members of Kibbutz Hazorea published a pamphlet bearing the name “Rani” Of them, “published by the Kibbutz Artzi in memory of the kibbutz members who fell in the Six Day War, was dedicated to the history of the kibbutz.