Libbey Inc.: outside directors named

Libbey Inc announced 22 July 2003 the incorporation of Deborah G. Miller and Carlos V. Duno to its board of directors, effective with the day“s board meeting.
Ms. Miller is the CEO of Enterprise Cat…

Libbey Inc announced 22 July 2003 the incorporation of Deborah G. Miller and Carlos V. Duno to its board of directors, effective with the day“s board meeting. Ms. Miller is the CEO of Enterprise Catalyst Group, a consulting firm involved in high technology and biotechnology transformational applications. She is a past President and CEO of Egenera in Boston and has spent 30 years in the Information technology industry including seventeen years at IBM where she lead the launch of the successful AS 400 platform. In addition, her career has included senior positions at Digital Equipment and Silicon Graphics. Before Egenera she served as President and Chief Operating Officer of 2Bridge Software and Chief Executive Officer at Covia. She is also on the board of Sentinel Group Funds Inc. Mr. Duno is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Clean Fuels Technology, a leading developer of emulsified fuels for transportation and power generation applications. Before joining Clean Fuels Technology he served at leading glassmaker Vitro S.A. de C.V. in Monterrey Mexico as President, Business Development and Planning. He also spent twelve years with Scott Paper Company in senior domestic and international management roles, while the first decade of his career included international assignments with consultants McKinsey and Co. as well as Eli Lilly. Commenting on the two new directors, John F. Meier, Libbey Chairman and Chief Executive Officer stated, “Libbey is excited to have both Deborah Miller and Carlos Duno join our Board. Their varied backgrounds will contribute greatly to the opportunities the company sees for the future.” In electing Ms. Miller and Mr. Duno, the Libby board acted on the recommendation of its Nominating and Governance Committee. The addition of Ms. Miller and Mr. Duno, brings the number of directors on the Libbey board to nine, of whom seven are outside directors.