Moshe Geberer was born in New York City on September 29, 1920 to Avraham Dov and Menucha. His service in the American Army in WW II included 2 years in Alaska; attained the rank of Sergeant. He was an active member of a number of Zionist youth organizations. He spent considerable time on an agricultural training farm in the winter of 1946-47.
Moshe came on aliya in July 1947 and worked in the Youth Department of the Jewish Agency, translating material from English to Hebrew.
He was killed on May 17, 1948 by a sniper's bullet while scouting to capture the Jerusalem railroad station. He was reinterred on Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem in 1950.