Donations Pour in for John Clayton Memorial Fund

Seattle Sports and Bonneville International are pleased to announce that after just one day the “John Clayton Memorial Fund” has raised more than $41,000. The John Clayton Memorial Fund will benefit the Multiple Sclerosis Society, a MS research organization supported by Clayton, as well as his wife, Pat. 

“These generous donations reflect how much John meant to sports fans not only in Seattle but all over the country,” said Bonneville Seattle Senior Vice President and Market Manager, Cathy Cangiano. “I know John would be thrilled to see how his legacy is making a difference for a cause that meant a lot to him.”

Donations to the John Clayton Memorial Fund are still being accepted at (#ClaytonFund). 100% of the donations received will be donated to the MS Society.

The Seattle Seahawks donated $12,000. The Fund received an initial investment of $10,000 donated by Bonneville International Corporation, the parent company of Seattle Sports.

“Part of our company’s mission is to give back in the communities where we serve,” said Darrell Brown, President of Bonneville International. “John was a valued employee who used his own powerful voice for good. We believe this is the best way to honor his memory.”

Those interested in joining the Pat Clayton Team at the Walk MS event in Seattle on April 24, 2022 can register here. Additional plans to support the 2022 Walk MS event are forthcoming and will be announced in the days to come.

Known to millions as “The Professor,” John Clayton enjoyed a Hall of Fame career that included covering the Seattle Seahawks, as a beat writer for The Tacoma News Tribune, a long tenure as an ESPN NFL analyst, and hosting sports radio shows in Seattle, including Seattle Sports 710 AM for the past 14 years. He was a daily presence on Seattle Sports radio shows as well as a longtime contributor to as a columnist. John Clayton passed away on Friday, March 18, 2022..

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