In this 1950 photo provided by Corning Inc., Don Stookey prepares to expose an image to ultraviolet light. Stookey, who forever changed cooking with the invention of CorningWare, died Tuesday in Rochester, N.Y. He was 99.
In this 1950 photo provided by Corning Inc., Don Stookey prepares to expose an image to ultraviolet light. Stookey, who forever changed cooking with the invention of CorningWare, died Tuesday in Rochester, N.Y. He was 99. AP
In this 1950 photo provided by Corning Inc., Don Stookey prepares to expose an image to ultraviolet light. Stookey, who forever changed cooking with the invention of CorningWare, died Tuesday in Rochester, N.Y. He was 99. AP

S. Donald Stookey, inventor of CorningWare, dies at age 99

November 06, 2014 04:08 PM