David Dagmi


He was eulogized: “Dudi worked as a medical assistant at Wolfson Hospital, previously worked as a paramedic and ambulance driver for Magen David Adom, and as an instructor at United Hatzalah. As a reservist, he served as a paramedic in Unit 669 and the Southern Brigade in the Gaza Division. On the seventh of October, he was immediately called up for reserve duty, arrived at the scene of the massacre in Re’im and treated the many injured and dead.

When he was summoned for reserve duty, he immediately knew the operation would take time. I asked him if he would return soon, and he said, ‘It won’t be soon.’ He told me about the sights and horrors he saw along the way. He didn’t go into details, just told me ‘the sights and smells I had to deal with, I put the pieces all together.’

He then continued to the division and later entered Gaza. Dudi was the example and model of our home. The leader and navigator. He inspired all of us. We still can’t comprehend that he’s gone and keep thinking he’ll walk through the door at any moment.'”

Funeral Date: 08/11/2023
Shloshim Date: 08/12/2023

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