O-I Glass: Long-serving Directors Kelly and Hellman retiring

David Clark elected to O-I Board of Directors

O-I Glass, Inc. (“O-I”) has announced, after the conclusion of O-I’s Annual Meeting of Share Owners held May 10, that Anastasia D. Kelly and Peter S. Hellman, are retiring from O-I’s Board of Directors after many years of service and contribution to the company.

Additionally, at the Annual Meeting, 11 director nominees were elected for one-year terms, including David V. Clark, who is a new member of the O-I Board of Directors. The other director nominees elected at the Annual Meeting are Samuel R. Chapin, Gordon J. Hardie, John Humphrey, Andres A. Lopez, Alan J. Murray, Hari N. Nair, Joseph D. Rupp, Catherine I. Slater, John H. Walker and Carol A. Williams.

Ms. Kelly and Mr. Hellman were both long-term members of the Board. Ms. Kelly, who has served as a director since 2002, is a Senior Advisor to the Chair and Executive Director of Client Relations in the law firm DLA Piper. Mr. Hellman, who has served as a director since 2007, is the retired President and Chief Financial and Administrative Officer of Nordson.

“On behalf of the Board and everyone at O-I, we thank Peter and Stasia for their many years of dedicated service and extend our gratitude for the impactful and enduring contributions they both have made to O-I,” said Andres Lopez, O-I’s CEO. “We welcome David to the Board and look forward to working together as we continue the positive transformation of O-I.”

David Clark is an experienced executive with nearly 31 years of experience between General Mills, Inc. and Cereal Partners Worldwide S.A., a joint venture between General Mills and Nestle S.A., of which he is the current President and Chief Executive Officer.

Complete biographies for each of the members of the O-I Board of Directors are available on the O-I website.

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