Son of Malka and Yeshayahu, was born in 1928 in the city of Khotin, Bessarabia, Romania, where his mother died and Gershon was sent to the grandparents’ home with his two older sisters. In the “cheder” until he was six years old and then began to study at the Kruzhok elementary school, he discovered many talents and intelligence during his years of study, but he was also friendly and sympathetic to his friends. The Germans in Bessarabia and Gershon and his family were deported to a concentration camp in Transnistria. He served in the kibbutz during the War of Independence and served in the Givati Brigade.In preparation for the resumption of the fighting at the end of the first truce, Operation ” But the Egyptians violated the cease-fire and attacked and attacked it on the night of July 7-8, 1948, seized a number of outposts and disrupted this plan.In the course of the operation, our forces attacked the following night, 8-9 July, and the Givati forces occupied Of the Ibdis outpost, northeast of the Negev. In the following days, the Egyptians carried out repeated heavy attacks on the outpost and Givati fighters, with stubborn defense, repulsed the attacks. In these battles he fell on the 3rd of Tammuz 5707 (10.7.1948) and was brought to eternal rest in the military cemetery in Petach Tikvah, leaving a sister – Sheindl – his memory was immortalized on the Givati monument at the Yoav police station.