He was born in Vilna, where he received a Jewish and a general education. He graduated from the Vilna Jewish teachers’ seminary. Later he worked as a teacher and a devoted leader of the Tsisho (Central Jewish School Organization) schools in various Polish cities. He published articles on children’s psychology in Shul-vegn (School ways) in Warsaw (1934-1936). During WWII, he departed for Russia and for a time was a soldier in the Red Army at the Stalingrad front. He returned from there and then disappeared without a trace. According to information from M. Ayznbud of Melbourne, he died later.
Source: M. Ayznbud, Lerer-yizker-bukh (Teachers memorial volume) (New York, 1952-1954).