Daughter of Sheindel and Shlomo, was born on May 7, 1929 in Tel Aviv. When she was about a year old, her parents left the country and settled in Belgium. She was raised and raised in a Belgian school, without the knowledge of the Hebrew language. Before finishing elementary school, the Nazis took over the state. Her parents were murdered, and Rivka and her sister found shelter in a shelter for Jewish children. Where she worked with the little children and treated them as a mother. She arrived in Israel in September 1945 as part of Youth Aliyah, joined Kibbutz Ein Hahoresh for two and a half years and completed her studies as an agricultural farmer. She joined the Palmach and moved to Nirim in the Negev, where she was overcome by the agony of her youth and the joy of life in society, but as an orphan she understood every orphan’s Lev. As a mother, with the outbreak of the War of Independence, she was among the defenders of the spot and fought bravely and devotedly, and Rivka fell in Nirim on the fifteenth of Iyar 5708 (May 15, 1948), when the Egyptian army invaded the country and shelled the farm. She was hit by a shell while she was digging in front of the enemy. She was laid to rest in the cemetery in Nirim.