Jerry R Whitaker elected Sealed Air’s board directors

Jerry R Whitaker elected to Sealed Air’s board of directors

8:30 PM, 30th January 2012
Jerry R Whitaker elected to Sealed Air’s board of directors

ELMWOOD PARK, US: Sealed Air Corporation announced that Jerry R Whitaker was elected to the company’s board of directors as an independent director, effective immediately. Currently, Whitaker serves as a director of Matthews International Inc and as a director of Crescent Electric Supply Company. He also serves on the boards of the Carnegie Science Centre.

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