Jon McGlocklin Bio
Jon McGlocklin is a co-founder and president of the MACC Fund. Since 1976, the MACC Fund has raised and funded more than $31 million for research in the cure and treatment of childhood cancer and related blood disorders. Overall childhood cancer survival rates have increased from 20 to 80 percent during the same time period.
A $3.5 million gift to the UW Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center will create the MACC Fund Childhood Cancer Research wing with facilities for six research teams devoted to pediatric oncology in the new Interdisciplinary Research Complex near the American Family Children's Hospital.
Best known as "Jonny Mac" during his playing days with the Milwaukee Bucks, he enjoyed an 11 year career with the NBA. His career highlights include playing on the 1969 NBA All Star team and starting on the Milwaukee Bucks 1971 World Championship Team. Today, Jon can be seen and heard as a color analyst for all Milwaukee Bucks televised games with the Milwaukee Bucks Television Network on UPN 24 and FSN North.