Malcolm Rashba obtained his B.S. from the University of Connecticut in
1953 and graduated with his Law Degree from the University of Connecticut
Law School in 1956. Attorney Rashba was a member of many associations
including the New Haven County Bar, the Connecticut Bar, the American
Bar, American Arbitration, American Land Title and New England Land Title
Associations. Involved extensively with real estate, he was a member of
the Probate, Trust Law and Real Property Section of the American Bar Association
and was affiliated with Connecticut Association of Realtors. He was a
member and past chairman of the Legal and Legislative committees of the
Greater New Haven Board of Realtors.
Attorney Rashba was not only involved in his profession, he actively worked
for the betterment of the community. Participating in a wide range of
areas, Attorney Rashba had been involved with Boy Scouts acting as a past
Boy Scout Committeeman of Orange, a member of the Board of Finance, and
the Ad Hoc committee on Elderly Housing. He had also been a leader in
many organizations and was formerly the director of Ezra Academy, the
Milford/Orange YMCA, the Hamden Chamber of Commerce, the South Central
Connecticut Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, Vice-Chairman
of Shubert Center for the Performing Arts- Opera Board and Community Arts
Broadcast Productions, INC and of the Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater New Haven. Attorney Rashba earned First "Man of the Year"
award from CONGREGATION B'NAI JACOB (1994) and was a recipient of
its "Shem Tov" award (1975). He is married to the former Barbara
Bufferd and has four sons.