Bangor man mourns grandson killed in Hamas assault  

Whereas he was rising up, Israel Protection Forces Capt. Aryeh Shlomo Ziering would spend summers in Bangor, climbing and spending time along with his household and grandfather, former state senator Howard Trotsky.

He would go to Maine along with his dad and mom and three youthful siblings, seeing the place the place his mother, Debbie Ziering, grew up. They’d go to the Maine Discovery Museum and hike Cadillac Mountain.

Ziering, 27, was killed Saturday in the course of the shock Hamas assault. As a member of the Israel Protection Forces’ canine unit, Ziering was serving to discover hostages when he was killed, Trotsky mentioned.