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   Vol. 16 No. 79
Thursday October 5, 2017

Remembering Richard Malkin
Remembering Richard Malkin

Richard Malkin and Geoffrey Arend     One of the most important pioneering journalists in air cargo history, Richard Malkin died peacefully at home this past July 11, 2017.
     Dick turned 104 years old on June 27.
     Richard Malkin was part of our print publication from 1990 until 1994. He returned to FlyingTypers at age 100 and wrote continuously until mid-2016, supplying a flurry of final of interviews, comments, and feature stories.
     As we send our condolences to his children, Susan and Barry Malkin, we remember and celebrate a life well lived. When Richard Malkin reached the amazing age of 100 years, we presented his story in words and pictures that included many air cargo people who knew Dick either in fact or by reputation.
     It seems fitting that today our last news story about Richard should include the most recent comments from people that knew, respected, and loved him.
     So once again, here is the story of Richard Malkin.
     It is worth mentioning that Richard left us with a living legacy of yet-to-be-published stories created in 2014 and 2015. They cover his exploits during an amazing 65+ years covering the air cargo business.
     Happy landings and love to you always, Richard.

Publisher-Geoffrey Arend • Managing Editor-Flossie Arend •
Film Editor-Ralph Arend • Special Assignments-Sabiha Arend, Emily Arend • Advertising Sales-Judy Miller

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