The son of Rabbeinu and Regina. He was born on May 26, 1936 in Izmir, Turkey, and immigrated to Israel in 1944 with his family, who settled in Jerusalem, where David studied at the Talmud Torah Beth Aharon elementary school and at the Maaleh high school in Jerusalem. Was a meticulous and observant uncle who respected Torah and its values and had read the Torah portion of the week in the synagogue in Kiryat Moshe and had read the Torah in the synagogue of the House of Enlightenment and other synagogues. He was a member of the “Scouts” (“Mezu’ot”) movement, loved the soccer game and had musical talents, played the violin, the guitar and the harmonica, and listened to classical music. In his parents’ garden, and in his desire for perfection and thoroughness, he invested great thought in the location of every stone, flower and garden in the garden, helping the people, both with good advice and money, and volunteering for the IDF in November 1955. In the IDF He volunteered for various operational activities and fulfilled his duties to the satisfaction of his commanders, and after his discharge from regular service he devoted his time to dealing with youth, not necessarily Marginal youth or bored little boys. He came to them and engaged them in sports and in discussions on various matters. The little neighborhood children, who played a lot of their games, helped to prepare their lessons and treated them as adults, loved him very much. He was cheerful, always smiling and with a wonderful sense of humor, and it was impossible to sit with him without “rolling with laughter.” At the same time, he did not take the responsibility lightly and always did more than he was charged with in every area, at home and in his family, in honoring parents and in human dignity, at work and in military service. During the period of his reserve service in the Jerusalem Brigade, he was the driving force in his battalion and often took upon himself the burden of battalion training. David was blessed with great energy, and he was looking for an outlet for work, physical exercise, and studies. He wanted to learn more and more, to make use of every moment of his life. In mid-November 1969, he was called to active reserve duty. On the 10th of Tevet 5710 (10.12.1969), he fell in the line of duty and was put to rest at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem, leaving a pregnant wife and a baby.