LEYB SREBRENIK (1917-1942)
He was born in Shedlets (Siedlce), the younger brother of Yitskhok Kaspi. His father Khayim Yoysef, a businessman, gave him a traditional and, at the same time, a secular education. From his youth he was active in Zionist work, as well as in the “Hashomer hadati” (The religious guard) movement. He was secretary of the local united Jewish National Fund commission. He was a cofounder and secretary of the Yavne school in Siedlce. Over the years 1936-1939, he published articles in Shedletser vokhenblat (Siedlce weekly newspaper). He contributed as well to the Mizrachi press in Poland. He was active in the community and cultural life of the Siedlce ghetto. He was murdered in the gas chambers of Treblinka.
Source: Information from Yitskhok Kaspi in New York.