Ben Galina Valery, a younger brother to Irina. He was born on December 26, 1983 in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova in the Soviet Union. A large, beautiful baby whose birth weight was 4.900 kg and 56 cm long. Anton grew up and became a handsome boy, very well developed and active and began walking at the age of 10 months. Anton loved animals and nature, and there were always birds, hamsters, turtles, dogs, fish and cats. He began elementary school in Moldova and at the age of nine, in 1992, the family immigrated to Israel, settled in Petah Tikva and Anton continued his elementary studies at the Matmid school in the Amishav neighborhood. The acclimatization was difficult at first, and he would return from school with tears. However, after quickly acquiring fluency in the Hebrew language, he began to acquire friends. Anton continued his studies at the Feinberg Junior High School and graduated from Golda Meir High School. At this point Anton had already spoken Hebrew well, like Sabra, and had many native-born friends. In high school, he especially enjoyed media studies, filmed movies and made a montage. Anton discovered talent in computers and electronics and used to repair appliances. Anton grew 187 cm and became a handsome boy and a man of great heart who liked to help people He was a large physical man (his shoes were 46) and large in his soul.And when he turned 17 Anton issued a motorcycle license and when his parents bought him a hand motorcycle A year later he took out a driver’s license, always wanting to look his best, working very well, he was very neat, he liked to dress well and listen to music, he liked to play sports, was a pool and a gym and was a swimmer Anton wanted very much to serve in the paratroopers and before he enlisted in the IDF he underwent a parachuting course in order to gain experience and courage. He managed to plummet four times before his enlistment, but did not get through to the paratroopers. In November 2001 he enlisted in the IDF and served as a combat soldier in the Givati Brigade in the Shaked Battalion in Gush Katif, where he completed a class commanders’ course and returned to his battalion. Anton was very close to his two nephews – Stav and Sapir – who used to visit them, surprise them, play with them, and take them out on a walk, and as a happy and generous man, Anton pursued justice and wanted everyone to be good. And tried to solve every problem diplomatically, without confrontation and the use of force, he loved life and during his vacations from the army he used to Activities with friends, go out for picnics on birthdays and discotheques. Anton was the son of David and a member of loving and caring. He loved the country and the army and became Israel for all. After discharge from the army was planning to travel overseas with friends, but did not live to fulfill his plans. On the 5th of Shvat, 5764 (February 5, 2004), the day before his twenty-first birthday, Anton fell in the line of duty. He was buried in the Segula military cemetery in Petah Tikva. Survived by his parents, sister and two nephews. After his death they remained as a memento of Anton’s animal family: Sandy the Golden Retriever dog and an aquarium with carnivorous fish he had received from his sister on his 20th birthday.