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The last memories of her husband drowning when he saved his son were stolen: "Looking for the end of a thread" - Walla! news

2021-07-18T08:53:56.598Z

Bella Kapshiev-Paige lost her husband Rami, a former senior intelligence officer, four years ago when he drowned at Dor Beach. During a move to an apartment in Tel Aviv, a box containing photos and personal belongings was stolen, and since then she has had difficulty recovering and asks for help locating the valuables. "All the physical memories I have left of the love of my life have been stolen."



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The last memories of her husband who drowned when he saved his son were stolen: "Looking for a thread tip"

Bella Kapshiev-Paige lost her husband Rami, a former senior intelligence officer, four years ago when he drowned at Dor Beach.

During a move to an apartment in Tel Aviv, a box containing photos and personal belongings was stolen, and since then she has had difficulty recovering and asks for help locating the valuables. "All the physical memories I have left of the love of my life have been stolen."

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Yifat Rosenberg

Sunday, 18 July 2021, 11:46 Updated: 11:50

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A box containing photos, letters and other personal belongings of Colonel Rami Feig, the senior intelligence officer who drowned four years ago, was stolen on Wednesday from his widow, Bella Kapshiev-Feig, while moving into an apartment in Tel Aviv.

Paige died at Dor Beach, while a lifeguard drowned his son from a previous marriage who was then 11. He was 49 at the time of his death.

"I'm really broken by this," Bella says, asking for help finding the lost.



Wednesday, July 22 will mark four years since Remy's death.

"This one big box contained lots of pictures, certificates, books and pamphlets, countless memories from decades. Also all kinds of letters of appreciation and congratulations to Remy. All the physical memories I have left of the love of my life," Kapsheib-Paige says.

The box was stolen from her father's car that assisted her in moving the apartment, near the construction site where he works at 15 Arlinger Street in Tel Aviv.

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"All the physical memories I have left of the love of my life."

Bella and Rami (Photo: Courtesy of the family)

Page served in the army for 26 years, and his last position was head of Electronics Technology Unit of the Intelligence Division. He received the Israel Defense Prize for 2005. Jeremy died the same day that drowned Amir Fey Guttman.



Family friend Tal Yaniv published on behalf of La Post subject, as she says, "I did not have the emotional strength to publish it myself." post, Yaniv described the emotional significance inherent in a box stolen "lifetime of a person, the definition of great stature too small to describe it, were packed in a crate big one."



"now someone "Who has managed to gather herself with tremendous mental strength for four years every day, turns red faces again with tears, because of the last box of memories from the love of her life, and those who did not know Remy do not understand what love it was."

"The definition from his shoulder upwards is too small to describe him."

Bella and Rami (Photo: Courtesy of the family)

"Rami was a brilliant and charming man, and was a lot of wonderful things to many people: a father of three, a senior soldier in the reserve in a secret unit, a recipient of the Israel Security Award for deeds we will never know and saved many lives - from all denominations, successful high-tech entrepreneur, Of my good friend, whom she had married a few years earlier, "he added of Paige.



"I am convinced that if this story reaches enough people, maybe someone who knows someone will find the tip of the iceberg and make up for lost time," Yaniv concluded optimistically.

Bella added: "I really ask anyone who thinks he has seen or has seen the end of a thread to contact me or call on Facebook."

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