Shmuel Becker was born in Vilna. He came as an infant with his family to Rishon Lezion. His childhood he spent in Hartuv, while his father, Moshe Becker, managed the farm of Isaac Leib Goldberg. He attended an elementary school in Jerusalem and later- in Mikveh Israel.
As a young man, he began to run a cab - one of the first in the township. He was going to Jericho, Amman and Beirut. He dealt with sports and was among the football teams' members of Mikveh-Israel and Rishon Lezion.
Upon his marriage, he began working at the orchard of his father in law, Asher Levin.
Later, he became the manager of the "Pardess" Association's woodshed in the township.
As a member of the" Haganah", he has been asked by headquarters to be responsible for the stash ("Slik") of the weapon, which was excavated in the warehouse of the "Pardess" (the "Slik's" story appears in the book "Rishonim Bahagah", published by members of the "Haganah" in Rishon Lezion and with the assistance of the municipality). He served as a guard the Settlements' Police.
After the death in battle of his son, Menachem Mami Becker , he was active in the Yad Lebanim Organization.