He came from Novogrudok, Poland. He studied in secular junior and senior high schools. In the period 1934-1939, he was in Warsaw, working as a teacher of drawing and handicrafts in the Tsisho schools. He organized a school exhibition, and he wrote articles about pedagogical and practical matters at school. He published in Shul-vegn (School ways) in Warsaw, no. 4-5 (1934), no. 6-7 (1935), no. 1-2 (1937). When war erupted in 1939, he was in Novogrudok. His fate remains unknown.
Source: Lerer yisker-bukh (Remembrance volume for teachers) (New York, 1954), p. 15.
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