Son of Zechariah. Azaria was born in Tel Aviv in 1929. At the age of sixteen, Azaria moved to a kibbutz boarding school, where he completed his studies, and during his time in the kibbutz he enlisted and fought in the service of the Palmach. In 1948, Azaria enlisted in the IDF and was one of the founders of the Golani Brigade, where he completed his military service at the butcher shop in the Carmel market owned by his family, and was appointed to the Civil Guard in 1974. In the Yarkon area, and established the Civil Guard base in the Kerem Hatemanim neighborhood in Tel Aviv The volunteers’ base became one of the largest bases in Israel, and Azaria invested heavily in its volunteers and traveled with them to tour the area, Since at that time there was no community center. Thus the base of the Civil Guard became a meeting point for residents of the area. On September 11, 1980, Azariah died after a serious illness at the age of fifty-one, and was buried in the cemetery in Kiryat Shaul, Tel Aviv.