Naftali Yonah Gordon


Yigal and Beatrice Miriam, worked as a physiotherapist in Jerusalem. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.

Naftali’s wife, Pessi, said: “You were perfect; an ideal husband, father, and grandson. My only comfort is that you lived a good life. You were positive, loved your field, and we were happy. You were fun, easy-going, and woke up with mischief in your eyes. I will miss mornings with you the most. You were a family man, pampering us in every way. My soul, you left us our treasures.

“Thank you for every single day we had together. You were my lucky charm and lit up my life. I so wanted to grow old with you. I will always be yours, and you will always be mine. God willing, I will raise our daughters with joy, my love. I hope your good soul is at peace. You fell sanctifying God’s name. We both believed there was no choice. We have no other country and someone must protect our home. I hope God spoils you endlessly in the next world. I am forever yours.”

Funeral Date: 10/12/2023
Shloshim Date: 08/01/2024

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