Son of Zelma and Leon (a veteran officer in the regular German army) was born on April 26, 1914 in the city of Koblenz, Germany, was an active and enthusiastic sportsman who excelled in swimming, sailing, and gymnastics, Anti-Semitism in Germany found no way for him to pursue a military career He met an emissary from Eretz Israel and heard of courage and heroism in reviving desolation, guarding and defense, where he realized that his place was there, and Fritz joined a Zionist youth movement, He worked in agriculture in Kibbutz Gesher and in the quarries in Menahemia, among the first ones passed the Jordan River to the settlement in Ashdot Ya’akov, and took part in guarding the remote fields on the Trans-Jordan border. He called the Jordan Valley and the surrounding mountains, and in his unique vision, he caught every groove and stone and mound and trail as a perfectly topographical map.Out of a desire for life on his own, he moved to settle in Kfar Yael of the liberated soldiers on the land of the settlement of Menahemia and tried to bring the beauty of culture and art to the family nest he had established there, and he felt courageous to carry on with his life companion. In the winter of 1948, he traveled extensively into the enemy territory, even beyond the Yarmouk, and brought in extremely accurate information with his special topographical sense: “The bullet has not yet been cast for Fritz.” He was once forced to use the armored vehicle for a very private purpose: To the birth of their son, and on one daring journey he brought anti-tank rifle bullets to the detached Kibbutz Gesher, thereby saving him from falling into the hands of the enemy.Who was traveling contrary to his opinion, only obeying the details of the order, the jeep mounted a mine. The driver was killed and he got out with a slight injury in his hand. He said: “An old soldier never dies.” But during his combat duty as a platoon commander in the Golani Brigade in the Sejera sector, he was killed by a shell that hit his position on Tuesday, July 10, 1948. He was buried in Menahemiah. After his death, he was awarded the rank of First Lieutenant (Lieutenant). On the 11th of Tammuz 5712 (11.7.1952) he was laid to rest in the military cemetery in Nahariya.