Son of Hannah and Netanel. He was born on March 10, 1913 in Pinsk, Russia, and immigrated to Israel with his family in 1926. The family settled in Tel Aviv, and Zvi studied at the Herzliya Gymnasium, where he studied medicine in France. He was awarded a doctorate in medicine at the Faculty of Medicine in Strasbourg, where he received many accolades and was published in professional medical literature throughout the world, rejecting tempting offers and preferring to return to Israel. There he was greatly appreciated, always keeping his cool and good mood, often refusing to take a large fee. Shortly after the outbreak of World War II, he volunteered for the British Army despite the objections of his parents, serving in difficult conditions in Sudan and Ethiopia, and was greatly appreciated by Emperor Haile Selassie. In 1945, he returned to Israel and worked in the military hospital in Haifa. Shortly before his release, on 28 Av, August 8, 1945, Zvi was killed in a car accident and laid to rest in the cemetery In the Nachalat Yitzhak cemetery. He left parents. His name was immortalized in “The Book of Volunteerism” and in Beit HaRofeh in Tel Aviv, a hall is named after him.