The proposal took place at the Herzliya beach, where the couple had their first date. Immediately after their engagement, the two flew to Rome. After they returned to Israel, they began planning their wedding.
Eitam's grandfather, Hagai, burst into tears as he said, "He wanted to ask my advice about who to invite, but said, 'There's no pressure.' Eitan was a child like no other. He was always at the center of everything, he caused anyone looking at him to fall in love with him immediately. He was incredibly talented. In the army, he served in the submarines. He studied computers and neuroscience. Just about a month ago, on the Purim holiday, Eitam became engaged to his partner Ayala. I tried to reach him yesterday, and he did not answer."
Gal, a childhood friend of both Eitam and Tomer Morad, who was also killed in the terror attack, told journalists, "Tomer told me about his new job. We were planning the Passover trip that we take every year, and he made sure to send us video clips so we could see where we would be. These are two people who loved life and were super family-oriented."... Read More: Arutz-7