In Memory of our Fallen Soldiers
Born on the 2nd of Shevat, 5713 in Kfar Saba
Graduate of Yeshivat K'far HaRo'eh
Fell in the Yom Kippur War on the 13th of Tishrei, 5734
An excerpt from an article that appeared in the booklet "Belechtecha Baderech":
"The sanctification of Hashem's Name, the holiness of the Land of Israel, and their sanctification in time, were to him one wholeness of Kedusha [holiness]. All of his days where one ascension in Torah, in fear of heaven, and good deeds. His faith burned inside him, and at every opportunity he emphasized the need to worship the creator with happiness. He was honest, and possessed a zeal for the truth. He studied in a pleasant manner and fulfilled his obligations in a pleasant manner. A man with a good heart, he did good deeds and liked to help others and all who needed. When he couldn't find anybody to help he was upset. He always had guests over, worked a lot with the new students that came to the Yeshiva, and donated from his time and spirit in order to do things for them. He always made sure to fulfill the Mitzvah of visiting the sick, and he knew how to cheer up his friends in times of sorrow. He was polite and courteous, and always greeted every person. [Tzvi] never got carried away with fashion trends and liked simplicity, was strict with himself, and struggled to fix every lacking which he found in himself."
May His Memory Be Blessed