Shmuel, son of Chana and Yechezkel, was born on February 16, 1951. In 1957, he immigrated to Israel with his family, who settled in Kfar Baruch, where he graduated from the elementary school in Nahalal. His residence at one of the air force bases, Shmuel was fascinated by the sight of the airplane movement, followed them, watched them gallop on the runway, which ended up on the horizon and disappeared on the horizon. He was a good student, diligent and disciplined, always aspiring to learn from her He did not stop at the words of the teachers and always tried to deepen the understanding of the basis and reason for the functioning of the mechanisms: He was a Lev boy, and he felt a light sense for people because of his luminous face and his comfortable nature. Shmuel was drafted into the IDF in early September 1968. He was assigned to the Air Force and was sent to a number of training courses, which trained him to serve as a jet fighter mechanic. He also excelled in his responsibility, his passivity and his good temperament, and served as an example to his comrades. He soon ascended the ranks and reached the rank of First Sergeant. He liked the framework of his army life and when the time for his release approached, he decided to sign for service under permanent conditions. On the 13th of Tevet 5739 (6.1.1974), the First Sergeant Shmuel died during his service. He was brought to eternal rest in the cemetery in Kfar Baruch. Survived by his parents, brother and sister. In a letter of condolence to the bereaved family, the commander of his unit wrote: “Shmuel was a good soldier, devoted and loyal to his work and his role.