A high school friend told me of Malin's passing. I knew Malin in 7th & 8th grade at Holmes Middle School. We lost touch after that. I am not at all surprised to read of her accomplishments & contributions to the world. She sounds like she was a gentle & courageous spirit. I remember very fondly going to Sperryville with Malin's family to the cabin & have loved Sperryville ever since. I very much enjoyed that experience in the country & being with her family. How lovely to know after all these years what a beautiful impact she had on the world. i am sure she will be very much missed by many.
Mary Ann Hughes (now Cox)
Without Malin in it, the world is a less interesting and fun and hopeful place. I hardly knew her, but she inspired me - and I came to think of her and Jeffrey as friends. She was humble, brave, hopeful and so accomplished. She had a great sense of humor and a wonderful laugh. I feel cheated that I didn't meet her sooner and under better circumstances.
The loss of a love one is very devastating, at sometimes we don't know where to turn, Thankful we are to God, we can reach out to him in prayer, please read Psalms 65:2, it tell us that all will go to the “Hearer of prayer”.
I am shocked and saddened at Malin's passing. We worked together doing her TV journalism days and through laughter and sarcasm about the industry,kept each other sane. I will miss her spirit, truth and honesty.
Prayers and thoughts for Malin, I had the opportunity to work at KAKM with her. She did great work and the passion came out in her productions. Prayers also to the family and friends!