Son of Pesach-Zvi and Sarah-Rivka. He was born on October 4, 1949 in Tel Aviv. Shimon grew up in a religious-national spirit and studied at the Moriah religious school in Tel Aviv. When he was ten, he joined the Bnei Akiva youth movement. He spent his leisure time as a faithful and dedicated friend of this movement, who had engraved the flag of Torah and Labor on her flag. After completing his studies at “Moriah” he studied at the “Noam” academy in Pardes Hanna and was awarded a matriculation certificate. When he was still in midrashia he said to join the farm with his kernel, and on each of his vacations he would come home, but hurried to Ein Hanatziv to work there and settle in the place that would be his home. As a member of “Bnei Akiva” and even after that did not want to stand out and always saw himself as a member of the rank. Shimon was drafted into the IDF at the end of September 1967 and joined the Nahal Brigade with his comrades. He was modest and pleasant by nature, a loyal son of his family and a devoted friend of the core. In his free time he liked to listen to records, especially to Hassidic tunes. He was serious at work and very keen on nuclear problems. He always aspired to correct flaws, and even though he demanded to solve problems without compromising, he knew how to act with kindness and tolerance. After the basic training period, he made a kibbutz in Kibbutz Ein Hanatziv. All his friends knew how important he felt the fulfillment of settlement life and how devoted to this idea. His work in the plantation industry was characterized by devotion and diligence. He soon became a regular employee, as if he were a member of the agriculture of old. Thanks to the education at home and in the movement, Shimon was discovered as the ideal figure of a religious Nachshalai and Magshim, and after the period of his work in the kibbutz he went down to the Canal area to complete the service, not much to tell about his experiences in the service and his work. In his future plans, his answer was clear: “I am staying in the farm” – and there was no room for appeal or reflection on this matter, which was clear to him through Torah and work: Although he was religious according to his education, Or take advantage of the roles in order to evade the observance of the commandments, for example, one morning Shimon came to replace a friend with a guard and when they asked Why did not he bring tefillin with him to pray at the Shacharit? Shimon replied that he did not pray at the post, so he would wake up early so that he could pray with great care, and he would not have to concentrate on what was going on around him for fear of surprise. Shimon in the Suez Canal area was shelled by an enemy and brought to rest in the military cemetery in Kiryat Shaul, after which he found “strange” letters to the principal of the high school, the Transportation Ministry, and the Dan company. The Maccabee, in the middle of the road, to stop a car that will take them home (to the neighborhoods beyond the Yarkon); Out of fear that they were endangering their lives, he wrote to the manager that he would influence them to refrain from doing so, and the Transportation Minister and the Dan administration wrote that they would arrange regular transportation for the students. All this he did and did not tell anyone, for sincere concern for others motivated him to do so. After his fall, a booklet was published in his memory entitled “Shem to Shimon”; A memorial room was set up in the boarding school of the “Noam” Midrasha; A study on the topic “The Motif of Redemption and End of Days in Midrash Shir HaShirim Rabbah” was dedicated by Prof. David Yarchi and presented to Professor Zer-Kavod at Bar-Ilan University .