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Libbey Names Streeter CEO

June 28, 2011
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The board of directors of Libbey Inc. recently announced that Stephanie A. Streeter has been appointed CEO and will be elected to the board effective August 1. An accomplished public company CEO and corporate director, Streeter brings to Libbey a diverse background. She has led consumer-facing, industrial manufacturing and service businesses, and she has a solid history of building world-class leadership teams that drive business success and innovation.

Streeter served on the U.S. Olympic Committee board of directors and as interim CEO of the U.S. Olympic Committee. Prior to that, she was chairman, president and CEO of Banta Corp., a global market leader in printing and supply chain management.

“I look forward to working with John to achieve a seamless transition, and I am excited to have the opportunity to drive the improving performance and cultural transition of the company,” Streeter said. “Profitably delivering quality and innovative products to our customers, continuing to reduce leverage and building shareholder value will be key priorities in the coming year.”

For more information, visit www.libbey.com.

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