Efraim Felix Sherf was a Holocaust survivor of the Transnistria Work Camp. He left Romania on the ship “Penn-York”, “Independence. On December 21, 1947, he was expelled from Cypress and arrived in Famagusta on December 31, 1947. In Cypress he was head of the Zionist Youth Movement, secretary of the camp. He moved to Israel on March 15, 1948 and arrived on a ship named “Dolores”. He joined the “Scouts Organization” in Degania A, “Em Hakafuzot” in Cfar Glickson, Even Yehuda and Ness Ziona. In 1950, he left the kibbutz and began to work with “Rasko” as treasurer. In 1985 he retired. He was married to Carmela and was father to Avigail-Gali, and Roni and grandfather to Noah, Roi, Dor, Shachar, and Shira. He mostly wrote lyrical-romantic poetry such as “Memories from Father’s House”. This book is a chronicle of his life. Israel is the realization of his boyhood dream.