In Memoriam of:

Shlomi Sividia

Age: 37

From: Ganei Tikvah

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.

Shlomi z"l was murdered at the Nova music festival near Kibbutz Re'im. Shlomi lived and breathed music, worked in high-tech and played basketball a lot. He was available to his family and friends at all times. He was declared missing for a week until his body was identified. He was supposed to celebrate his 38th birthday the following month. 
Shlomi graduated courses in the Center of Computing and Information Systems when he was recruited in 2004, and then served in the technological setup of Unit 9990. After his release from the army, he studied computer science at Ben Gurion University, and already during his studies he began working as a software engineer in Nivola (Neebula Systems) of Israel. In 2014, Service Now purchased Nebula for $100 million in cash, and on its basis established its local research and development center. In the past nine years, Sividia has "grown" with the company in Israel and worked in a variety of development positions, as a senior engineer and as an architect, in Israel and also in one of the company's development groups abroad. In about a month he was supposed to move to a new position.
Murdered together with his friend, the late Dr. Lilia (Lily) Gurevich, a mother of 6 year old twins, with whom he spent time at the Nova Festival. He left behind two small children - Tom who is 4 and a half years old and Geva, who will be 3 years old in two months. Sividia is also survived by his parents - Aviva and Eli, residents of Gani Tikva, and a sister - Jenny.

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Remembrances of Shlomi Sividia

A life beautifully lived deserves to be beautifully remembered.

Here we celebrate the memories, the joys, and the life of Shlomi Sividia.

I will be saying Kaddish for him at least once a day. What was his father’s name?

By: Harry schlachter , Fellow Jew

From: New york