Yoram, son of Phanny and Moshe, was born on September 19, 1948 in Petah Tikva. Yoram was drafted into the IDF in mid-April 1966 and after basic training was assigned to serve as a guide to practice sports. During his service, he took a course in Krav Maga instructors and completed a parachuting course. In 1968 he was assigned to the Armored Corps as a senior physical training instructor. He kept in close contact with the house and was very careful not to worry his parents. A lot of writing and calling on the phone home. He used to spend his holidays in the family and work in a farm he loved very much. At the end of 1970 he was discharged from regular service in the IDF and began working as a gym teacher in a school in Ashdod, and was a sports instructor for young people in the Beer Tuvia area, and he planned and established his agricultural farm in a way that allowed him to continue his sports activities. Talila and their daughter Sharon was a loyal husband and a devoted and loving father to his little daughter When the Yom Kippur War broke out, Yoram was recruited and participated in battles against the Egyptians in the Sinai, and during the battles he crossed the Suez Canal with his unit and on October 18, 1973, He was seriously wounded in the stomach and hand and died of his wounds immediately after he was evacuated, and he was brought to eternal rest in Beit Alami Moshav Avigdor. Left a wife and daughter, parents and siblings. After falling promoted to Sergeant.