Ben Natalya and Oleg. He was born on December 13, 1986 in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. During the first three years of his life he stayed at home due to illnesses and allergies. After that, he began visiting the kindergarten. Vladimir, woe to his lovers, was a calm, disciplined boy who had won the love of nannies. He participated in many activities and loved to paint. In 1994 he began his studies in an elementary school in Tashkent and in the first two years he learned to read and write in Russian. At the same time, he participated in various activities organized by the Jewish Agency in the city, studied Hebrew and began to become acquainted with Israeli culture. The family planned to immigrate to Israel and during the period that remained until their arrival they traveled in northern Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and the mountains of Uzbekistan. Despite his youth, Vladimir went through all the tracks safely and had many experiences. Wawa immigrated to Israel with his parents on October 14, 1996, and the family settled in Hadera. He entered fourth grade at the “Goren” elementary school and completed his Hebrew studies at the studio in his school. At the school he acquired new friends and discovered sports tendencies. He was especially attracted to soccer and riding a bicycle. In 2000, Vladimir moved to the junior high school of the Hadera High School in the Beit Eliezer neighborhood, studied carefully and was a disciplined student. Because he was a sick child who suffered from allergy and asthma, he had to lose many hours of school, but managed to cover up his talents. He went on to the high school at Hadera High School, and turned to the art and computer graphics trend. Wawa studied the works of the great artists, visited exhibitions by various artists, performed on the computer unique graphic drawings and painted a lot. In his paintings, he articulated his feelings and his attitude toward life. Vladimir’s works were exhibited at the exhibition, which was held on behalf of the school’s trend and left their mark on the visitors. Seeking to expand his education and loved foreign languages, he did not settle for formal studies and began to study privately English and Russian. They had friends and relatives who loved him, respected him and appreciated him. He was a quiet boy, sensitive and kind. Music was an integral part of his life and when he received a guitar from his parents he was happy. He frequently surfed the Internet and corresponded with friends, but also knew how to draw pleasure from trips around the country with his classmates and his family. In July 2005, Vladimir completed his studies and a few weeks later, at the beginning of August, he joined the IDF and was assigned to the Artillery Corps, and on 18 August 2005 he fell in the line of duty and he was eighteen and a half years old. He left parents and brother – Dennis.