Son of Efraim and Lulu. He was born in 1930 in the city of Basra, where he graduated from elementary school and was a member of the Zionist underground movement, and when he was young he excelled in honesty, respect and respect for others. And secretly crossed the northern border to Syria and from there on the way, was caught by the Iraqi authorities and thrown into prison, and only after the intervention of influential authorities was he released. “Operation Ezra and Nehemiah.” Then the war of existence began, which was difficult for me Tar in the early years. At the end of 1951 their first daughter was born. Zvi drafted into the IDF in April 1952. Most of the years he served in a combat unit. After his discharge from the army, he continued to engage in commerce and progressed in his profession with strenuous work for years. He was a serious man at work and was careful about order and method, was honest and honest and helpful to others. All his acquaintances appreciated him and respected him for this and his family, which he took care of with all his soul and wanted to give her as much happiness as possible, loved him with all his might. In his reserve service he was a saboteur and fulfilled his duties with dedication and loyalty. At the end of November 1969 he was called up for active reserve duty. On December 8, 1969, he was shot by a bazooka near the Damia Bridge during a mine-detection tour. He left a wife and four children. He was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Kiryat Shaul. His wife published a booklet in his memory called “Tzvi”, which was intended for relatives and those who remembered him.