In Memoriam of:

Noa Glazberg

Age: 43

From: Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha

In Loving Memory of the Innocent Souls Taken Too Soon. United in peace, their light shines on in the hearts left behind. October 7, 2023, a day of sorrow, but their memories guide us toward a hopeful tomorrow.

Noa Glazberg, 43, was murdered by Hamas terrorists in her home in Kibbutz Ein Hashlosha on October 7.

She is survived by her parents, Rita, a native of Chile, and Arie, a native of Argentina, as well as her brother Guy and her nieces and nephews.

According to a report in a Chilean news site, she was shot eight times by terrorists who broke into her home.

Over the summer, she went to visit her brother and her nieces and nephews in Canada, a trip she described on social media as “a dream that came true.”

Her mother Rita wrote on Facebook a day after she was killed: “Noa you will be in my everything for the rest of my life,” later adding, “Noaleh you will always be with us in our hearts.”

Her friend and neighbor, Hila Cohen, recalled their long friendship in a post on Facebook.

“My beloved Noa,” she wrote. “I feel like my soul has been murdered. We were privileged to be friends for long and beautiful years, you were my secret keeper, the friend who was always ready to give and to help, to advise with the best advice there was, the friend who saved me from moments of crisis and difficulty,” she added.

“You were an example and role model for me for respecting your mother and father. You devoted yourself so much to your dear parents, you were their whole world,” Hila wrote. “Family for you was the highest value!”

Her cousin, Maor Lewkowicz, recalled growing up together with “moments of endless joy that left a stamp on my memory.”

He noted that they had met up just a few days before she was murdered, “for a few wonderful hours of laughter (as you loved to laugh and love unconditionally). You told us about your trip to Canada to Guy’chuk and Sivan and there was nobody happier than you,” he recounted. “Despite the ups and downs in your life you were always optimistic and never stopped laughing. You took care of your parents with great devotion. Noaleh my beloved cousin, I love you and you will be in my memory forever.”
Source: The Times of Israel 

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