Son of Pesia and Zvi was born on August 28, 1898, in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, to an extensive family rooted in Judaism. he and his wife decided to immigrate to Israel. Isaac saw his rise to earth as the fulfillment of his old aspiration. The couple and their three-year-old son immigrated in 1933 and settled in Haifa. Yitzhak was a truck driver. During the bloody riots of 1936-1939, Isaac was a good man and a proud Jew, aware of the needs of others, and advocated the idea of a job that was loyal to him until his dying day. he spent years of hard work, hard and strenuous. He was a strong man and his strength was with him, but he grew a little older and entered the reserve service in the Haganah forces. The night before his injury he was on duty for the last time. In the morning he was critically wounded when the car bomb blew up next to the Solel Boneh buildings on Hanamal Street in Haifa. His right shoulder was mutilated, his ribs broken, and a fist-sized fragment penetrated his chest. All the doctors’ efforts to save him did not help. After a desperate struggle with death for two days, he died on the 23rd of Adar 2, 5708 (March 23, 1948). He was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Haifa.