Mallory Edens Parents Wes And Lynn Edens: Milwaukee Bucks Co-owner

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Mallory Edens was born to her parents, Wes and Lynn Edens, on April 8, 1996.

Her parents, Wes and Lynn, tied the knot in 1989 and have been together for 35 years.

Edens is one of the four children of her parents. She grew up with one sister, Madison, and two brothers, Quentin and Ryan.

Her sister Madison is a doctor at Mount Sinai Hospital. Similarly, his brother Ryan has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a master’s in social work.

While her Brown University graduate brother, Quentin Edens, is a product manager at Infinite Canvas.


Mallory Edens, The Daughter Of The Bucks' Co-Owner, Wes Edens
Mallory Edens, The Daughter Of The Bucks’ Co-Owner, Wes Edens (Source: Instagram)

Mallory Beth Edens gained popularity after representing the Milwaukee Bucks franchise at the 2014 NBA Draft Lottery.

She attended Trevor Day School and later studied at Princeton University, where she was a track and field athlete.

Edens is now signed with the modeling agency Women Management Los Angeles.

Furthermore, she is an activist who penned an op-ed titled “The Problem with Pink Sport Jerseys” for Time.

Besides, Mallory made headlines after her relationship with Aaron Rodgers went public.

Mallory Edens Parents, Wes And Lynn Edens

Wesley Robert Edens, born October 30, 1961, is an American billionaire businessman.

He is popularly known for being the founder of Fortress Investment Group, New Fortress Energy and co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks of the NBA.

Moreover, the Montana-born businessman also owns the Premier League soccer team Aston Villa.

A quick background check: His father worked as a psychologist, and his mother was a teacher.

As a teenager, Wesley was a competitive skier and still likes to scale mountains worldwide.

Before founding his investment group, Edens worked as a partner at Lehman Brothers and BlackRock.

Mallory Edens Parents Are Lynn And Wes Edens
Mallory Edens Parents Are Lynn And Wes Edens (Source: Insiders)

Wesley and Marc Lasry purchased the NBA team Milwaukee Bucks in 2014 for $550 million.

Moreover, Edens also funded the construction of a $512 million basketball arena, Fiserv Forum, which has luxury club suites, concessions from local vendors and a plaza with a brewery and sports bar.

Besides, the billionaire with a net worth of $3.6 billion had someone who stood by him through all thicks and thins; his wife.

Wesley shared his wedding vows with Lynn Edens. Born Lynn Marie Bartholomew on December 20, 1963, she is the daughter of John Bartholomew and Carol Dier.

Reportedly, Lynn raises alpacas and sells their fleece at Little Creek Farm Alpacas. However, she previously worked as a bond market analyst on Wall Street for over a decade.

Relationship With Aaron Rodgers

Mallory and the professional football quarterback, Aaron Rodgers, have known each other for a while.

Rodgers also has a minority share of the Milwaukee Bucks and is often photographed alongside Wes at Fiserv Forum.

Moreover, in 2019, Mallory posted a picture of them sitting courtside at a Bucks game.

Mallory Edens With Aaron Rodgers
Mallory Edens With Aaron Rodgers (Source: Instagram)

In January 2023, which started as a rumor was later confirmed by different reliable sources that their relationship is casual but is “more than friends.”

A month before their relationship made headlines, the pair were seen sharing candy at a Bucks game.



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