Max Steinberg Z”L

According to his close friends Max Steinberg was a very special young man. He shined in his honesty, his love for others and his responsibilities for man and country; his smile was his brand name.

Max Steinberg z"l
Max Steinberg z”l
Max z"l Friends-photo Orly Halevy
Max z”l Friends-photo Orly Halevy

Last night, to a house full, at the Saban Theatre, in Los Angeles, the community held a memorial service for Max, who made the ultimate sacrifice to defend the State of Israel when fighting in Gaza. Max was killed in the Solid-Rock-Protective Edge War.

R-Evie and Stuart Steinberg, Israel consul General David Siegel, MK Dov Lipman-Photo-Orly Halevy
R-Evie and Stuart Steinberg, Israel consul General David Siegel, MK Dov Lipman-Photo-Orly Halevy
Bible signed by PM Netanyahu given to the bereaving family-Photo Orly Halevy
Bible signed by PM Netanyahu given to the bereaving family-Photo Orly Halevy

Max was an American Jewish young man who saw his calling to serve in the IDF in the elite Golani Brigade. He was a marksman and exceptionally good soldier. From the stories his friends, his sister Paige, his brother Jake and his parents Evelyn (Evie) and Stuart told through-out the night I got to know much about Max. I almost feel I know him. We have lost a good young man, we have lost a hero.

Max Steinberg z"l
Max Steinberg z”l

I send Max a prayer and ask Max to continue watching over us from the heavens. May Max’s soul be blessed for eternity.

About the Author
Nurit is an advocate for Jews, Israel, the United States and the Free World in general and sees Israel and the United States, equally, as the last two forts of true democratic freedom. Since 2006, she has been writing about events in these two countries. From Southern California, Nurit believes that if you stand for nothing, you will fall for anything.
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