Among the individuals whose story was told and memory honored at the MASA Israel Journey annual Yom HaZikaron  ceremony on Tuesday evening was  Yoni Jesner, a 19-year-old Glasgow native who was killed in a suicide bombing in Tel Aviv in 2002.  Yoni was a youth leader and role model, with a strong sense of community and deep connection to people. Following his death, the Yoni Jesner foundation was established, to encourage volunteering and community engagement among young people. KAN reporter Naomi Segal spoke with Yoni's mother, Marsha Gladstone, about Yoni and the message she shares about her son.