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Zvi Shissel was brought to rest: "Your name will remain here for years to come" - Walla! culture

2021-07-29T16:20:59.574Z

"It wasn't supposed to happen," his son David praised him, "just yesterday morning I kissed you on the forehead and for a moment I didn't think you would die after two hours."



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Zvi Shissel was laid to rest: "Your name will remain here for years to come"

Actor, director and producer Zvi Shissel was laid to rest in the Kfar Saba Cemetery.

He died yesterday at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv after a systemic collapse, at the age of 75. "It was not supposed to happen," his son David sang, "Only yesterday morning I kissed you on the forehead and for a moment I did not think you would die after two hours."

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Thursday, 29 July 2021, 18:05 Updated: 19:14

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Sima Eliyahu and Moni Moshonov at Zvi Shissel's funeral (Photo: Niv Aharonson)

Actor, director and producer Zvi Shissel was laid to rest in the Kfar Saba Cemetery. Yesterday (Wednesday) he died at Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv after a system crash, two weeks after his 75th birthday. Dozens of people attended the funeral, including Uri Zohar, Shalom Hanoch, Moni Moshonov, Sima Eliyahu, Arik Einstein's widow, Aviv Geffen and his mother Nurit Geffen.



David Shissel, the son of Zvi Shissel, paid tribute to him in the funeral: "Everyone here knows our father, Shissel. The funny Shissel, the redhead Shissel, the funny Shissel with the laughter with this funny one. But you are only our father, of Daniel and mine, And you always will be. You were a special dad, a different dad, a liberating dad, a caring dad, a livelihood dad, a dad who loves very, very much. And yes, you were the funniest dad in this world. You never tried too hard, you're just like that, ripping. It's hard to describe what it's like to grow up as the sons of Zvi Shisal. Shisalim. With this last name you became a seller. .

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Uri Zohar and Aviv Geffen at the funeral of Zvi Shissel (Photo: Niv Aharonson)

"In the last two years we've had a lot of sitting," David added in his eulogy.

"I was privileged to hear from you your stories from the beginning. And I thank God for giving it to me. I found out, Dad, how similar we are. It turns out that my trait that I am most proud of came from you. With a lot of confidence, without fear, and even without learning, you can do whatever Whatever I want. What can I say, I'm terribly sad, I'm the saddest I've ever been. All of us. It wasn't not supposed to happen. He should be the best and funniest grandfather there is. "



"There was no reason for that to happen. And it's driving me crazy. I guess it's going to drive me crazy in the near future. But I believe one hundred percent that everything happens exactly as it's supposed to happen, and just when it's supposed to happen. Daniel and I love you the world, My father. Ours. I hope you are watching now and proud of us. Satisfied with this funeral and all these hallucinatory arrangements we had to make. I hope you are calm now, relaxed, peaceful. Have fun with your friends. And have no fears. Rest in peace, Dad, to "Take care of nothing here. Daniel and I will take care of everything. Your name will continue here for many more years, I promise. Mom, thank you for everything, you were Dad's angel. I thought and think about it every day. Love you more than anything."

Shalom Hanoch and Uri Zohar at the funeral of Zvi Shissel (Photo: Niv Aharonson)

Rabbi Uri Zohar paid tribute to Shisel in the funeral, and in the beginning of his words he quoted from the Torah the sentences "all that is not the spirit of mankind is comfortable in him, the spirit of the place is not comfortable in him" and "what wisdom has done crowned on her head Zohar paid tribute to Shissel: "We lack this light, this joy. He was truly humble. It was in the love he radiated. I want to tell Noa, the boys and all the friends - we believe wholeheartedly that there is a purpose to this life. All this plague in the world - it's not just "Something here is falling apart. I congratulate us that we will be redeemed with the help of the name."



Moni Moshonov, a good friend of Shissel who has collaborated professionally with him and their friend Arik Einstein many times, including the children's tape "Like Big Ones", the film "Cables" and the tape "The Good Old Land of Israel", praised him yesterday in a conversation with Walla!

Culture: "I'm glad I said goodbye to him when I visited him in the hospital. It seems to me for a moment that this is a problem he is coming out of, but not her. And this morning I woke up to this terrible news. A particularly beloved man, a great soul. Him, let's say that does not quite match his true personality. A man hidden to the tools, smart and creative. A family man. What can you say. I can not believe I eulogize him. Just do not believe. I love him so much. Two good friends of Eric went "In a few days. I have no words, except for my great love for him, and if that's one of the criteria for friendship then I always knew he would be there for me."

He made his children laugh almost until the last minute.

Zvi Shissel (Photo: Reuven Castro)

His son, David Shissel, told Walla yesterday!

Culture: "Dad felt a little unwell towards last weekend. On Saturday he arrived at the hospital. Slowly there was a collapse of systems in intensive care. And he died of entanglement. All along we were with him, he made us laugh and we laughed at him, and even today at seven in the morning he is He made us laugh, as he had laughed all his life. He walked peacefully. And he no longer had a cold in his head. What can I say, my father is the most special, the funniest, with the most special life. "And all the work. We love it and will always love it."

Noa Shissel and Moni Moshonov at the funeral of Zvi Shissel (Photo: Niv Aharonson)

Shissel directed and produced dozens of films, including "Snail" and "Big Eyes." Shissel also directed, co-wrote and starred in "Cables" (1992) with his good friends Arik Einstein and Moni Moshonov. In the early 1970s, he founded the Hagar company with Einstein and produced the singer's first seven albums. He also produced, acted and co-wrote the screenplay for the TV series "Lol" which was shown on Channel One in the early 1970s, starred in the films "Peeking" (1972) and the film "Big Eyes" (1974). He produced and starred in the film "Snail" (1970), directed and starred in the thriller "Funny Israelis" (1978). Over the years he has devoted a lot to directing and appearing in commercials as well.



In the years 1980-1987, Shissel traveled to the United States, where he produced and directed commercials, set up an Israeli television station called Tel-Aviv TV and worked for the "Canon" company of Menachem Golan and Yoram Globus.

He also directed several of the "Lemon Popsicles" films, including the last film in the series, "The Celebration Continues" (2001).

Between the years 2003-2006 he participated in the program "The Strip" alongside Uri Gottlieb and Nati Kluger and also directed sketches there.

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