Zamir (Soloveitchik), Aryeh
Aryeh, son of Chava and Dov Soloveitchik, a Holocaust survivor, was born on October 26, 1950 in Lodz, Poland, and immigrated to Israel with his mother in 1955. After being educated by his mother, – “Geulim” Elementary School in Holon, continued his studies at the Professional School of Management and Commerce in Holon and was ordained as a bookkeeper. Aryeh aspired mainly to learn a profession, because of the responsibility and awareness of his family, and because he knew that the burden of livelihood would fall on him earlier than usual. He therefore preferred professional training to regular studies. He was diligent and diligent, read and studied a lot and spent many nights preparing to enter the college, in preparation for his profession-accounting. He was a member of the Scouts movement and was active in sports, especially soccer, basketball and tennis. He also devoted much of his time to trips around the country. Aryeh was serious about all his actions and his approach to life, and was very devoted to his mother. He took care of her and all her needs, and carried the burden of household duties from an early age. Aryeh was drafted into the Israel Defense Forces in early February 1969 and was assigned to the Military Police Corps, where he completed a military police course and completed a course for military police symbols. He was a dedicated soldier and exemplary friend, and despite the meticulousness he demanded, he often acted in a pleasant manner and consideration for others. Everyone they knew loved. After his discharge from regular service he was called for periods of reserve service. He always tried not to worry his mother, and in the midst of the Yom Kippur War she often sent her postcards and letters to calm her down. On the 22nd of Tishrei 5734 (22.10.1973), Aryeh stood guard on the bridge established by the IDF over the Suez Canal and continued to carry out his mission under heavy bombardment until he was killed and killed. Aryeh fulfilled his duties with dedication until his last moments and did not abandon his post despite the heavy shelling.” The Department of Commemoration of the Soldier in the Ministry of Defense planted a tree in the forest of the defenders of the Jewish National Fund, the Bar Kokhba Forest, in Jerusalem.