John MacMillan was bornon 25 October 1935 in Plymouth, Minnesota, United States. John MacMillan is #1698 in List Billionaires People In The World. John MacMillan and 13 other billionaire relatives control Cargill Inc., the largest private company in America. The Cargill-MacMillan clan has more billionaires than any other family in the world, Forbes has found. All are descendants of W.W. Cargill, the son of a Scottish sea captain who founded the business as a one-grain storage warehouse at the end of an Iowa railroad line back in 1865. He made a fortune as railroads continued to push westward, opening up the stretch of land that still feeds America today. Today his company looks nothing like it did two-and-a-half centuries ago. Now it is a global food powerhouse, dominating all roads between the farm and your dinner plate. Cargill sells food, processes crops, trades commodities, sources ingredients and offers financial risk management. The family still owns nearly all of the company, which distributes 20% of its earnings to shareholders.
Macmillan left the NHL following the 1965 season and retired from hockey altogether in 1971
He won 2 Stanley Cups with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1962 and 1963
MacMillan began his National Hockey League career with the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1960
MAcMillan led the University of Denver to NCAA Championships in 1958 and 1960
John Stewart MacMillan (born October 25, 1935) is a Canadian retired ice hockey forward