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Sharvit, Yechiel (Hilik)

Sharvit, Yechiel (Hilik)


Ben Yaffa and Moshe. He was born on May 30, 1973, in Haifa. A young son to his parents, a brother to Yossi and Hagit. He grew up in Kiryat Eliezer, studied at the Yavnieli elementary school, the Reut high school and the Ironi A high school. , Brown-haired hair, brown eyes and a perpetual smile, as if taken from a picture, the girls’ don Juan, impressing his character, energy and energy everywhere. “Prank – always look for Hilik. From him everything begins … and ends, trust him to save the situation. And not only the guys rely on him, the teachers, and later, the army commanders place him in positions, responsibility – and he never disappoints. A leader’s type, “says one of his teachers.” You charmed everyone around you, you were the focus of every joy and celebration, and you never refused a request for help. Always at the center, always in the center, truly blessed by all the virtues: a beautiful and beautiful mind, natural wisdom and a unique sense of humor. In the army, you acquired maturity and learned responsibility, as I saw in the trips you took out as a companion. “Hilik was much involved in sports: basketball, soccer and soccer, and at the same time was active in the Hanoar Haoved Vehalomed movement, , In the framework of which they will go to military service. In mid-October 1991, Hilik began his army service, leaving the “Shahaf” nucleus for early training at Kibbutz Beit Ha’Emek, where he served as the secretary of the nucleus, joined the cowshed industry and took upon himself to instruct the young children in the farm. The children, who saw him as a counselor and an educator and at the same time a friend and a great brother, described his work with them: “He was the nurse, but not only. He could help and support almost any situation. He knew how to love, to understand and to listen. “And also:” The first thing that characterized you particularly was the full and wonderful smile on your face. … this is your ID. In general, to laugh and have fun with you, really fun life. Very quickly you enter the company. You were a kind of brother, a son, a friend, a friend of all. “A member of the staff, she wrote:” Your ability to be a friend, a mentor and a great brother and to be with us is a very important and important part of us. “In the afternoon, the most important hours of work and activity, you could be found laughing, chatting, listening and directing everything in a simple and natural way.” Hilik went on basic training in the Nahal Brigade, completed his basic training course with honors and was sent to a paramedics course He was awarded the rank of Corporal and was sent with his comrades to the Nahal paramilitary brigade, where he served as the secretary of command and the medic. Hilik received the rank of sergeant and was in charge of the paramedics’ command. In August 1992, he returned to Kibbutz Beit HaEmek for a late service to complete his army service, and two weeks before his discharge from the IDF on 22 January 1995, he was killed in a terrorist attack at the Sharon-Beit Lid junction “A booby-trapped terrorist explodes in a crowd of soldiers and the cries of the wounded are heard everywhere, Hilik is lightly hurt, ‘not terrible,'” he shouted at his friend and ran as always to help save lives. Someone has already said that a medic is a character. Death was not enough, a second bomber exploded and everything fell silent. Silence, quiet after, and Halik is gone. “He was brought to rest at the military cemetery on Haifa’s Carmel Beach, leaving behind his parents, brother and sister.Kiddo: “Hilik was a quality soldier with a natural leadership ability, a leader and a leader, a role model, always in an excellent mood and with a smile on his face.” Hilik symbolized the love of others, the spirit of volunteerism, fulfillment and Zionism. On January 16, 2003, the OC Central Command gave Sergeant Yechiel Sharvit a personal citation given to his family: “For the insanity of the soul, the realization of the value of evil in self-risk, courage, resourcefulness and exemplaryness.”

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