Born in Stanislavov, Galicia, he graduated from Warsaw Teachers’ Seminary run by Tsisho (Central Jewish School Organization). He worked as a teacher of Polish in the Tsisho schools in Zhetel (Zdzięcioł), Novidvor, and Pinsk, and he was an active Bundist. During the war years after 1939, he was living in Pinsk. He published articles on school issues in Shul-vegn (School ways) (Warsaw, 1934-1938).
Source: Y. Rotenberg, in Lerer-yizker-bukh (Teachers’ memory book) (New York, 1954), pp. 63-64.