Jack offers educational sessions on making loom bracelets, which he loves seeing others create through their creativity. The judges were very impressed with this unique business!
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Early Life and Education
Jack McBreen started his football career in Australia with local clubs Awaba Stags and Edgeworth Eagles before entering professional ranks in 2000 with Newcastle United of National Soccer League before spending two seasons playing in Romanian Divizia A for Universitatea Craiova.
Network 10 employs him as a commentator, providing commentary and punditry during Australian men’s national soccer matches. Furthermore, he owns and operates his own craft business called Sivive Storm where he makes Loom bracelets as well as teaching others how to do so.
This year, he successfully qualified for The Jack with his family-based barbecue team 2 Lil’ Macs BBQ from Broomfield and Wyoming, having only recently begun competing in barbecue competitions.
McBreen first broke onto the main tour in 2001 when he won an Oceania play-off, but was soon back out again on the Challenge Tour unable to stay long term. Returning in 2003 he managed to remain for longer stretches before again returning back onto the main tour as winner of an Oceania play-off tournament in 2004 and then again returning in 2005 where he found more success staying put for longer stretches on both tours.
He made his Scottish Premier League debut with Falkirk in 2004 before later moving to League One side Scunthorpe United and briefly the English Football League via Conference Premier club York City before migrating to Australia with A-League clubs North Queensland Fury and Perth Glory.
His outstanding performance saw him win the A-League Grand Final and be awarded Player of the Season honors, earning him a three-month loan with Shanghai Dongya of China Super League before moving onto Hong Kong Premier League side South China FC.
Achievement and Honors
McBreen was widely known for reporting Gallup and Navajo news over radio for years, winning multiple Associated Press awards along the way. Additionally, he traveled regularly to Window Rock to broadcast the Navajo Council chamber elections; winning further AP honors along the way. McBreen is survived by his wife, two sons, daughter-in-law, two grandchildren as well as fans who will miss his broadcasts over time.
McBreen is an attentive father and proud to spend time with his children. For 30 years he was employed at Coca Cola Bottling Company where he held many key roles – in bottling operations as well as golf and sports fanaticism. McBreen holds close relationships with many friends and family members who remain close.
He possesses an innovative mindset, and together with his brother Eli has founded Sivive Storm as a handmade and 3D printed craft business specializing in handmade and 3D printed crafts. Both brothers share an overwhelming passion for helping others!
McBreen’s first book of poetry was Cosmic Egg, published by Striped Water Poets of Auburn and featuring long and short forms that often mix wit with absurdism, history, science, and personal observations. Cosmic Egg may prove difficult to read at times but difficult to ignore!
Tom McBreen is one of the world’s best swimmers, estimated to have an estimated net worth of $5 Million. You can access information regarding his parents, birth date, height, family members (children / spouse) as well as career highlights and how much money has been earned to date here.
Michael McBreen owns 28,796 units of Integra Lifesciences Holdings Corp common stock as of 2020, having made 823 stock trades over 50 days at an average daily trading volume of 8,23.
In 2021, he assumed the roles of Executive Vice President and President for Integra Lifesciences’ Codman Neurosurgery and Neurovascular businesses; prior to that role he served as worldwide Vice President for Professional Education with DePuy Mitek Sports Medicine – part of Johnson & Johnson’s medical devices business.