Arnold Citrin, 86, of West Orange died Feb. 6, 2015. He was born in Brooklyn.
Mr. Citrin was a partner in Citrin-Pitoscia Company, a candy brokerage. Having been enrolled in the Candy Hall of Fame in Hershey, Pa., he was a member of the National Confectionery Sales Association for four decades.
He served his country during the Korean War.
He was a volunteer in EEIS, where he read to the visually impaired on the radio.
He supported many charities, including Southern Poverty Law Center and public television.
He was a longtime member of the Manhattan Jewish Center in Brooklyn before moving to New Jersey and becoming a member of B’nai Shalom in West Orange.
Predeceased by his first wife, Estelle, and his daughter, Hillary Ann, he is survived by his son, Marc (Luanne); his wife, Rosalind; a sister, Toby Reichstein; two stepdaughters, René Paparian and Elise Linden; and four grandsons.
Services were held Feb. 8 with arrangements by J.L. Apter Memorial Chapels of Cedar Grove.