Gilead’s eternal resting place in the Haifa cemetery, which was dedicated on the 30th day anniversary of his death on July 28, 1996, is marked by a basalt rock which is carrying Gilead’s Hebrew signature
The basalt tablet has the following inscription:
The son of Zahava and Zvi
Brother to Nadav and Michal
Born on the 13th of Shevat, 5737
His heart stopped on the 10th of Tammuz, 5756
1.2.1977 - 27.6.1996
The foot of the grave carries the motto He Who Lives in His Life Shall Not Die in His Death, taken from T. P. Shapira’s Proverbs of the Sages.
The grave is surrounded by two cactus patches, which guard Gilead in his eternal rest.