Son of Judith and Zelig, was born on April 17, 1916, in the city of Ostrowitz, Kielce, Poland. From his youth, he joined the Zionist movement and underwent pioneering training. On April 9, 1939, he boarded the ship “Assimi”. He worked as an agricultural laborer and was one of the first members of the Nitzanim group. He was inclined to shoulder every job, easy or difficult, and his friends saw him as one of the pillars of the group and respected him greatly. He also fulfilled his duty and was responsible for security matters and the commander of the Nitzanim area. To this end he enlisted in the Nutras, so that he could bear arms openly and with permission. With the outbreak of the War of Independence, the responsibility for the security and transportation of the place became very difficult. As a commander, he had to send 2-3 guards to escort the convoys of transport and supplies, and although he was already married and had children, he did not allow his conscience to impose this dangerous service on others alone. On the 10th of Adar 2, 5708 (March 21, 1948), he traveled with a convoy from Nitzanim to Tel Aviv, and the convoy boarded a mine and was attacked by a superior force. According to the testimony of his friends, he managed to bring him to the hospital, but he died on the way, buried in Beer Tuvia, and left behind a pregnant wife, Sara and son of, Uri, his second son. He was born a week after his fall and was named after Shlomo, and his memory was included in the booklet “Nitzanim under Siege and the Campaign.” On May 5, 1955, he was transferred to eternal rest in the cemetery Clowns.