funeral - Reuters - December 6 2010
Police officers mourning during the funeral of colleague Yitzhak Malina in Haifa yesterday. Photo by Reuters
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Gil Eliyahu
Mourners at the funeral of Uri Samandayev in Migdal Ha’emek. Photo by Gil Eliyahu

Twenty Israel Prison Service Cadets and two commanders who were killed when their bus was caught in the fire Thursday were buried yesterday. The accident killed 37 Prison Service members.

The family of the last victim gave permission for her name to be published yesterday: Naamna Osam, 31, of Arabeh.

Those buried included Rafi Alkalay, 44, of Lapid, who was married and the father of four. He was one of two company commanders for the cadets' course. He was buried in the military section of Jerusalem's Mt. Herzl cemetery.

Inbal Amoyal, 26, of Dimona, served in Ma'asiyahu Prison. She was buried in the Dimona military cemetery.

Yaron Bermi, 31, of Mevo'im, married with one child, served at Dekel Prison. He was buried in the Be'er Sheva military cemetery.

Ro'i Biton, 29, of Kiryat Gat, married with one child, served in Ohelei Keidar Prison. He was laid to rest in the Kiryat Gat military cemetery.

Faviola Bohadana, 48, of Nes Tziona, is survived by two children. Bohadana was co-commander of the cadets' course, with Alkalay. She was buried in the military section of the Nes Tziona cemetery.

Efrat Cohen, 35, of Ra'anana, served in Neve Tirtzeh Prison. She was laid to rest in the military section of the Ra'anana cemetery.

Cyril Darman, 28, of Afula, married and the father of two, served in Gilboa Prison. He was laid to rest in Afula's military cemetery.

Shimon Dayan, 28, of Carmiel, served in the Nahshon prisoner transportation unit. He was buried in Carmiel's military cemetery.

Dmitri Gerstein, 27, of Tel Aviv, served in Nahshon. He was laid to rest in Holon's military cemetery.

Hen Kfir, 35, of Gan Yavne, married and the father of three, served in the Israel Prison Service Logistics Department. He was laid to rest in the Gan Yavne military cemetery.

Dmitri Kozalov, 45, of Be'er Sheva, married with one child, served in Ketziot Prison. He was buried in the Be'er Sheva military cemetery.

Ilya Langman, 31, of Nahariya, married, served in Kishon Prison. He was buried in the military section of the Nahariya cemetery.

Tanya Lansky, 23, of Ashdod, served in Nafha Prison. She was buried in the military section of the Ashdod cemetery.

Aviram Levy, 32, of Tiberias, married with one child, served in the Nahshon unit. He was buried in the Tiberias military cemetery.

Moritz Levy, 32, of Tiberias, served in the Nir corrections officer training school. He was buried in the Tiberias military cemetery.

Avi Noah, 34, of Jerusalem, married and the father of two, served in the Jerusalem detention center. He was buried at Mt. Herzl.

Ronen Peretz, 34, of Ashkelon, married with two children, served in the Nahshon prisoner transportation unit. He was buried in the Ashkelon military cemetery.

Hanan Ohayon, 31, of Upper Nazareth, married with two children, served at Shita Prison. He was laid to rest in the Upper Nazareth military cemetery.

Vadislav Rahmimov, 30, of Be'er Sheva, served in Nafha Prison. He was buried in the Be'er Sheva military cemetery.

Iyas Sarhan, 30, of Maghar, married with one child, served at Ofek Prison. He was buried in the Maghar cemetery.

Ayala Yifrah, 23, of Kiryat Bialik, served in Kishon Prison. She was buried in Haifa's military cemetery.

Rami Yisraeli, 33, of Be'er Sheva, married and the father of two, served in Dekel Prison. He was buried in the Be'er Sheva military cemetery.