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Arthur Malin passes at 90

Beverly Hills Weekly of Beverly Hills, California

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Arthur Malin, a former Board of Education member, passed away on October 26. He was 90.

Born in Chicago in 1925, Malin served in the Air Force before attending medical school at the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York. He later became a Training and Supervising Analyst at five Los Angeles psychoanalytic institutes.

Malin sat on the Board of Education for two terms, from 1969 to 1977.

"He was a very vibrant, active, articulate and analytical member of our Board," said former Board member Herb Young, who served alongside Malin for four years. "His analysis was always greatly respected and it was a joy to be with Arthur and interact with him. We all had great respect for his intellect and his knowledge and he was an active, contributing member of the Board."

A committed teacher at psychoanalytic institutes, Malin penned many articles and book chapters. He was a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and taught in the psychiatric training program at both UCLA and use.

Malin is survived by his wife of 66 years, Naomi; his sister Madeline; his son Barnet and daughter-in-law Jennifer; his grandchildren Lila and Miles; and his extended family. He was predeceased by his son Norman.

The funeral will be private, but a donation in Malin's honor may be made to Vista del Mar Child and Family Services.

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Original Publication Date: November 5, 2015

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