[Note: the material here was expanded upon in a Boston Globe article published on August 7, 2006. The links to that article and other items that I have written are found elsewhere in this blog.
A total of six Israeli civilians died in that six year period, including one who was killed by a falling anti-aircraft round (fired at Israeli aircraft violating Lebanese airspace) and five in a March 2002 incursion, which Hizballah claimed it had nothing to do with (a claim that I discount). A sixth Israeli victim died in the March 2002 incident, but he was an army officer. I may have missed one or two deaths, but I do not think that the total number is no more than ten.
Additional Israelis may have died due cardiac events during alerts, exchanges of fire, etc., but that would not add more than a few people.
Of course, a number of Israeli soldiers were killed in the period, most of them in the occupied Golan Heights, including the disputed farms.