The late Nati Zilberman
Nati Zilberman, a spokesman for the Kiryat Yam municipality, died recently at Bnei Zion Hospital and is only 59 years old at the time of his death. Nati was a journalist for many years, and served for many years as the spokesman for the Kiryat Yam municipality. In this position, he greatly assisted all the journalists and has excellent working relations with his friends in the municipality and with the journalists in the Haifa area and in all the media in Israel.
Nati left behind two daughters – Clover and Rotem, and a sister – Tzipi.
An announcement will be made about the date of the funeral.
The late Nati Zilberman in an interview with Gabi Zohar
Nati suffered from Gillian-Barre Syndrome
Gillian Barre Syndrome is a rare syndrome, involving the peripheral nervous system (also known as the ‘peripheral nervous system’). The syndrome occurs when the body’s immune system attacks parts of the nervous system. Thus, this disease is also defined as autoimmune disease (autoimmune disease).
It all started a few weeks ago. I had pains that started from the leg. The situation then worsened and he was hospitalized at Bnei Zion Hospital in Haifa. He was resuscitated and anesthetized for two weeks.
His condition then improved and for a moment he seemed to be recovering, like most patients with this syndrome, but suddenly suffered a cardiac arrest and unfortunately, died in the hospital.
David Even Tzur, mayor of Kiryat Yam, sadly told Haifa this evening:
Nati’s sudden death is a severe loss to the city and the municipality.
Nati worked with me and was a close friend of mine. I have been working for the municipality for 30 years, when for the last seven years I have been mayor. Nati and I worked together for 18 years. The relationship between us was excellent.
Nati was a professional in the field of communications. He did a wonderful job and was highly esteemed among all the workers. He started his career in the local press, on Radio Haifa and has great connections with the national press as well.
He is survived by two daughters.
I will miss Nati very much. Of blessed memory
Journalist Eli Levy, Nati’s friend, paid tribute to him tonight:
Exactly two months ago Nati Silverman Naty Key Zilberman said goodbye in tears to his close friend the winner Motti Aines. That night we talked. Nati told me a lot about Motti and their last meeting and I reminded him that he and the late Danny Nischlis knew the late Motti in general. The next day I called Nati and asked him to record his farewell speech from his friend Motti Aines so that we could end the free arena – with Eli Levy and Inbar Dotan. Nati was excited. is very. Sat recorded an entry and sent. and so it was. Nati’s voice ended the show because he had no second to say goodbye to the late Moti on the broadcast.
Two months have passed. Only two months. And tonight after two weeks of silent prayers and lots of hope for good news the hard messages began to arrive yesterday and today. Until tonight his death was determined. Nati Zilberman was for years the soundtrack of the north. The Voice of Israel broadcast from Mizrait and Nahariya and Shomera during the Katyusha On Radio Haifa, he broadcast elections on value fires, taught first in the local newspapers and then for many years as a spokesman for the municipality of K. Haim. Nati loved the city K. sea. He worked for days and nights to bring day and night the positive and beautiful stories from the city. It hurt him more than once that the city became famous in a negative light.
Slowly the upheaval in the name of K. Yam was credited a lot to his credit. His special connection with the media. Availability. Professionalism. Help. Understanding the media. And most importantly reliability. On a personal level I have had thousands of conversations and correspondences with Nati in the 24 years I have known him. For many years as a free arena presenter we talked every Thursday. Lots of times he responded to the broadcast in real time. giving directions. wakes up. Loved Radio Haifa. Familiar with every piece of land in the north. Nati passed away tonight at the age of 59, a father of two daughters. We will know how to remember and commemorate his work. May his memory be blessed.
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The Kiryat Yam Municipality provided the following information:
The Municipality of Kiryat Yam and the Mayor, David Ibn Tzur, announce in astonishment the untimely death of our colleague, City Spokesman Nati Zilberman. Nati died of a heart attack which was caused due to complications of a rare syndrome in which he suffered a few weeks ago.
Nati has been the living spirit behind many urban initiatives and has taken part in every significant milestone in Kiryat Yam over the past two decades. He was second to none in creativity and optimism, and in his own special way of always getting the best out of any situation.
Nati left behind two daughters, Clover and Rotem, and a sister, Tzipi.
The mayor and council members, all local authority employees, friends, acquaintances and lovers are embracing the family at this difficult time.
Of blessed memory.
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