Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh

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Uri Unreich

Uri Unreich

Born on the 12th of Shevat, 5700
Fell in Mitla on the 28th of Iyar, 5727

Uri, the son of R' Shlomo, received his elementary education at the elementary school in K'far Saba, and was a member of the B'nei Akiva youth group and a member of Emunim. He continued his studies for one Z'man at Yeshivat Kerem B'Yavneh, and from there he transferred to Be'erot Yitzchak.

He was drafted by the IDF in the winter of 5718 into Nachal, where he served in many settlements, including Kerem Shalom. When he finished his army service, he returned to his hometown, K'far Saba. At his friends' weddings, he was always the most enthusiastic to fulfill the Mitzvah to make the bride and groom happy.

His friends remember: "The thread that connects all of his activities is the organization of Torah classes, the fulfilling of Mitzvot, charity and good deeds." He built his home together with his wife, Prachia.

May His Memory Be Blessed