, Glass Worldwide MagazineWith great sadness, we announce that John Wallis, Glass Worldwide’s Editorial Consultant, passed away on 11 April 2021 at the age of 64.
With great sadness, we announce that John Wallis, Glass Worldwide’s Editorial Consultant, passed away on 11 April 2021 at the age of 64.
With a glass industry association dating back more than 40 years, John worked as Deputy Editor, Editor, Managing Editor, Editorial Director and Business Sector Manager of Glass and Glass International and was instrumental in launching associated events before joining Glass Worldwide in 2010.
He also provided editorial and marketing services to several leading suppliers and glass industry bodies.
On behalf of the Glass Worldwide team, Dave Fordham commented: “John was a highly respected figure in the international glass community for many decades and will be sorely missed by his colleagues and friends throughout the world. Our sincere condolences are with his family at this very sad time”.
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