In Memoriam of:

Roi Moshe

Age: 36

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.

The firefighter Major Roi Moshe, deputy team commander at the Beer Sheva fire station, fell during the events of the war in the south. He left behind a wife and two daughters. Itzik Oz, commander of the southern district, paid tribute to him: "It is so difficult and impossible to speak about the late Roi in past tense. A shepard of operations, the dedicated, brave, the outstanding fire fighter and the person with a sense of humor who took care of consolidating the shift, a true friend. An intelligent, professional, caring and ambitious person who led tasks in the shift and carried them out exceptionally positively. Dear family of Moshe, we will stand by your side and at your disposal, we will accompany , we will support and do everything necessary to make it even a little bit easier for you to get through this difficult and terrible period and of course the rest of the road. Southern District and Beer Sheva Station mourn the precious loss. May his memory be encircled in our hearts forever." Moshe Amr, the station commander and his direct commander: "Roi, I stand here now stunned, in pain and in disbelief, like everyone else here. I met you almost 4 years ago, already in the first seconds of the first meeting I realized that I have a firefighter of the finest breed. In my eyes, and in my eyes to all his subordinates, Roy served as an example and exemplary warrior and commander. Roy, you are the warrior and worker that every commander wants and dreams of having, I was privileged to enjoy you for only a short time, you are a professional and moral example and example, you deserve the phrase 'salt of the earth'. Dear Roy, thank you for the privilege I wish I could be your commander! Thank you for the privilege of knowing you! Now it's my turn to salute you, rest in peace hero." His brother, Nathaniel Moshe wrote: "It is not caught. Watch over us from above, brother. You are my heart, I love you and forever I will remember you, the hero of Israel." Rafael Ohion, his brother-in-law, paid tribute to him and wrote: "My dearest brother-in-law to me, Roy Moshe. The man who has only made me smile and be happy for the past 10 years. Thank you very much for having a brother-in-law like you who is like a brother to me. Today we received the hardest news of all. Murdered in cold blood on The hands of Adam when you were rushing home to be with your children and wife. Just asking you for one last request, send me strength to help Lenore and take care of your amazing children. I promise to do everything for them until the day I die. Watch over us from above. Thank you for being your best friend. Love you." . A member of his family, Eli Shamama wrote: "Roi Moshe z"l- the head digests, the heart refuses to believe. I have always appreciated you as an exemplary father figure and husband to my dear cousin Lenore. We had an inexplicable mutual respect, especially in light of the fact that you are religious and I am a hozer b'teshuva. The magnitude of the pain for the small family you built behind you and the big family that embraces you - is unbearable. I went through difficult days with the forces in the frontline of the fighting that I don't know where I got it from, but the spark of hope that maybe you were kidnapped and maybe we'll see you again - was there, and now it's gone. Likewise, my strength suddenly weakened all at once. I am sorry and cry the pain of my dear family and yours. A great loss to us and everyone who knew you. We will accompany you on your last journey from the world, but we will continue according to your request, your path and the values you gave your children forever. We will not be broken."

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