Son of Emanuel (born in Safed) and Carla. Born on the 15th of Adar 2, 1946 in Netanya to a family that had been rooted in Israel for many generations. He attended the “Alumot” elementary school and the biological track at the Tchernichovsky High School in Netanya. The principal of the elementary school said that Amnon was pleasant, gentle and loved by his teachers and friends. Even then, he excelled in the fields of nature and agriculture, and on his walks he amazed his teachers with his knowledge and familiarity with the paths of the homeland and all the animal and plant life. One of his teachers at the high school noted that he liked to look at his noble face and his charming smile, because he had the innocence and integrity and love of man. True, Amnon was not religious according to conventional conventions, but in fact he was infused with love of Israel and love of the homeland in the full meaning of the words. As a member of the Hapoel Association in Hadera, he practiced distance running and took part in the Tavor Hakafot, and he liked to take pictures and read many books in the field of flora and fauna, taking pictures of the country’s landscape – plants, animals and birds and preparing slides He took part in the four day marches and loved to travel and sail throughout the country, and his favorite region was the Galilee, where Amnon lived in a field school of the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel and served as a guide. Went into work with great vigor and dedication, and because of his qualities and his love for nature he was very successful in his work The school staff representative wrote: “Under what we will have to prod and put into work, he began, immediately upon his arrival, to push us to carry out tasks and advance the school – – – Amnon was ‘crazy’ in the most positive sense of the word: Willing to devote all his energy and time to the thing he loved. But not only did it stand out. Amnon was drafted into the IDF in August 1964. During his service he was sent to an officers’ course and successfully completed it, but after his regular service he returned to civilian life. . In the Six Day War he served in the Signal Corps. As a reserve man he was called for periods of service and in December 1969 he was called to active reserve duty. On December 23, 1969, he fell in the line of duty and was put to rest in the military cemetery in Netanya. After his death he was promoted to lieutenant. An article in his memory was published in the February – March booklet of “Nature and Earth”.