David Pinsker

David Pinsker was born in Russia. His father immigrated to Eretz Israel after the 1905 revolution in Russia. A few years later he had three sons and an orphaned mother. David was the youngest of them. He joined the Hashomer organization. He worked in various places in the country and after the First World War moved to the Galilee and became a guard at Yavneel. On November 2, 1921, he was killed driving a wagon from Yavneel to the Kinneret kibbutz with other passengers from Yavneel. He left a father, two brothers and a sister, and his name was immortalized in the books ‘Menahemia 60’ and in ‘Settlement in the Lower Galilee.’

‘He fell at 16.’