ARKAY PLASTICS ILLINOIS - Scott Imel was named an assistant plant manager. The Paris, Ill., company is a unit of Arkay Industries Inc. of Miamisburg, Ohio, which makrs components for the automotive, electronic and appliance industries. ATLANTIS PLASTICS INC. - Paul Rudovsky was named executove vice president, finance and planning, for the Miami maker of polyethylene stretch films. Larry Horner was named a director. Horner is shairman and chief executive officer of Pacific USA Holdings corp., a merchant banking firm in New York. He is filling the vacancy of Paul weir, one of the founding shareholders f atlantis, who retired.
BUDD CO. - James Brandi was named a dircetor of the Troy, Mich., auto parts supplier.
CONSTAR INTERNATIONAL INC. - Hene Mueller was named wice president, sales and marketing and Kenneth Adams was named vice president, field sales. constar, an Atlanta-based subsidiary of Crown Cork & Seal Co. Inc., manufactures beverage bottles and containers.
FINDLAY INDUSTRIES - Daniel Jennings was named director of engineering and design for the Findlay, Ohio, manufacturer of automotive components and trim panels. Jerry Stalo Jr. was named fabrication manager.
FPI THERMOPLASTIC TECHNOLOGIES - Ingrid Ortmen was named customer service manager for the Morristown, N.J., extruder and injection moklder. Nancy Swistok was named customer service representative.
GENCORP INC. - The plastic films division named Wendy Steed marketing director, Hank Zellers general sales manager, Gregg Dunkel field sales manager, and Mike Matsko manager of the division's Auburn, Pa., plant. Dennis Philp was named manager of technical marketing for the company's specialty polymers division. GenCorp is Based in Fairlawn, Ohio.
KERN FORM PRODUCTS CORP. - John McNear was named manufacturing vice president for the South Plainfield, N.J., maker of molded high-resilience cushioning for furniture and vehicles.
KLEER VU INDUSTRIES INC. - Biran Leneck was named chief financial officer of the compton, Calif., photo album manufactruer. He succeeds BArry Reinfler, who retired to pursue other intrests. Reifler will serve as a consultant for 18 months. Kleer Vu Plastics named Roger Cole national vice president, David Davis executive vice president, and Fred Acker executive vice president of marketing.
LITTLE TIKES CO. - Brad Crawford and Bill McCallum were named vice presidents, antional accounts. Crawford will handle discount chains and catalogs, and will serve as a liaison between the sales and operations departments. McCallum will handle the toy manufacturer' slargest customer, Yoys R Us, and the firm's Canadian sales force. Little Tikes, based in Hudson, Ohio, is a unit of Rubbermaid Inc. of Wooster, Ohio.
MCKECHNIE PLASTIC COMPONENTS - The company recently formed two main branches. vice President Jill Norgaard was named to head regulated products, which will manufacture high-precision products for the medical, defense and aerospace industries. Steve Olson was named vice president and will head the commerical products branch.
MODERN INDUSTRIA PLASTICS INC. - Dean Bidle was named general manager for the Dayton, Ohio, supplier of polytetrafluoroethylene seals for the automotive industry.
PRO CORP. - Richard )'connor was named vice president of operations for th eFlorence ,Mass., custom mkolder. Graham Morbey was named quality assurance director.
PUREPLAST INC. - Sue Ohrman was named U.S. product/market manager for the Cambridge, Ontario, manufacturer of PET and PVC films for electronics and pharmaceutical packaging.
REGAL PLASTICS CO. - Forest Farmer was named chief executive officer of the Roseville, Mich., sutomotive supplier. He resigned a year ago as the president of Chrysler corp.'s Acustar unit and general manager of its component operations. Frand Latimer was named Regal president and chief financial officer.
ROGERS CORP. - William Krein was elected vice president and chief financil officer of the rogers, conn., manufacturer of composite materials, elastomers, specialty circut board materials and electroluminesce