Authorities are permitting the publication of the names of two of the Jerusalem terror attack victims.
1- Batsheva Unterman HY”D, 33, a member of the chareidi community and a resident of Yerushalayim’s Bayit Vegan neighborhood.
2- Elizabeth Goren-Friedman HY”D, 54, a resident of the capital. She is being laid to rest in Yerushalayim at 10:30PM Wednesday night. The kevura will take place in Har Menuchos.
Terror Victim Elizabeth (Lily) Goren-Friedman HY”D, 54, led a life of concern, dedicated to teaching the blind.
Elizabeth was crushed to death by the bulldozer. She did not have a chance to escape the lone Jerusalem terrorist.
Elizabeth was known for her dedication to teaching the blind, holding a position of responsibility, creating the curriculum for the program. Colleagues explain that students knew if they required assistance, Lily was the address.
Elizabeth was buried on Wednesday night at 10:30 in Har Menuchos in the presence of family, friends, colleagues from work and students. She is survived by three children, Tzvi (23), Yissachar (19) and Yael (16).
3- Jean Relevy, 68, was a resident of the southern Yerushalayim neighborhood of Gilo. He was one of three victims of the Wednesday bulldozer terror attack in downtown Jerusalem.
Jean immigrated to Israel in 1949 from Iran. He was the youngest of seven children. Family members explained that his mother died several months after he was born and he was essentially raised by his sister.
Jean worked in air conditioning installation and was traveling in a vehicle for work when he became entrapped in the path of the bulldozer.
Jackie, a nephew said that Jean was like his brother, describing him as “a the most unique, intelligent and special and caring people one can meet.”
Jean was anxiously awaiting the birth of his first grandchild next month. “It appears this was just not meant to be” cried Jackie.
He was married to Chana and the couple had three children, two girls and a boy. Funeral arrangements to be announced.
(YWN – Israel Desk)