Ichlov Family
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Avraham Zalman Ichilov
Birth: 1835 
Dvinsk, Daugavpils pils?ta, Latvia
Death: July 29, 1893 
Petah Tiqwa l
Immediate Family:Moshe Ichilov, acting mayor of Tel Aviv and a prominent member of the Herut, died here. He suffered a heart attack following a bout of Asian flu.

Son of Yaakov Ichilov (Ikhlov)
Husband of Elka Ichilov
Father of Sara Fishelzon; Yaakov Ichilov; Rivka Pinchasovich; Yitzchak Ichilov; Leah Arber; and Rachel Ichilov « His grandson was Moshe Ichilov son of Yakov (see below)


Nehemia Ichilov
President & CEO
Nammie is a veteran educator and non-profit leader. He has held leadership positions in the Jewish federation system, as well as in private schools from classroom teacher through Head of School. Today Nammie leads the Jewish Federation of San Antonio, which operates the Holocaust Memorial Museum, while continuing his teaching career as an adjunct professor. As the former Executive Director of a Central Agency for Jewish Education, as well as the founding principal of Brooks Collegiate Academy, a 1550-student PreK-HS, public charter school, Nammie has a unique perspective on leadership and management. Nammie has an understanding of the strategic planning process, and accompanying project management skill set, which has successfully guided him through multiple turnaround projects and initial startups. Nammie's driving principle is, "Knowledge is knowing the information, but wisdom is knowing what to do with the information." ...and he deeply believes that we should always strive for the wisdom in everything we do!



Ezra Ichilov (10 June 1907 – 25 June 1961) was an Israeli politician who served as a member of the Knesset for the General Zionists and the Liberal Party between 1951 and 1961.

Ichilov was born in Petah Tikva during the Ottoman era. He was a member of Maccabi, and represented it at the nineteenth Zionist Congress. He was also a leader of Bnai Binyamin, an agricultural association, and in 1932 was elected to the central committee of Hitahdut HaIkarim. In 1928 he was amongst the founders of the Eretz Israel/Palestine Football Association.
Between 1931 and 1955 he was a member of Petah Tikva city council. In 1948 he joined the General Zionists, and was elected to the Knesset on the party's list in 1951. He was re-elected in 1955 and 1959, also representing the Liberal Party formed by the merger of the General Zionists and the Progressive Party. He died shortly before the 1961 elections at the age of 54.
Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv was named after his brother, Moshe.


Schalom Ikhlov 
Birth: 1892
Daugavpils, Latvia
Immediate Family:
Son of Abo Ikhlov and Enta Ikhlov
Husband of Rosa Ikhlov
Father of Hirsch Ikhlov; Schlomo Ikhlov; Sara Lap; Hanna Ikhlov; Dvora Ikhlov; and Lasar Ikhlov 



On the left Abo son of Eli Ichlov was born in Dvinsk c1878 and his wife Rivka daughter of Chaim Abram Kenigsburg also of Dvinsk.


Moshe Ichilov, acting mayor of Tel Aviv and a 
prominent member of the Herut movement.
Ichilov Hospital in Tel Aviv was named after him



Yaakov Ichilov


January 20, 1943 
Petach Tikva, Palestine, State of
Immediate Family:
Son of Avraham Zalman
 Ichilov and Elka Ichilov
Husband of Yehudit Itte Ichilov
Father of Rachel Ichilov; 
Avraham Ichilov; 
Chaim Ichilov; ]]
Moshe Ichilov; 
Ezra Ichilov; 
Nechemia Ichilov and
 Yair Ichilov 
Brother of Sara Fishelzon;
 Rivka Pinchasovich; 
Yitzchak Ichilov;
 Leah Arber and 
Rachel Ichilov