AET PACKAGING FILMS - Ver-non Via was named account executive to the tobacco industry for the Wilmington, Del., film manufacturer. Maureen Donovan was named marketing coordinator. AMERICAN MIRREX - Len York was named chief executive officer of the New Castle, Del., manufacturer of film and sheet, replacing James Compass.
APPLIED EXTRUSION TECHNOLOGIES INC. - David Terhune was named executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Boston-based film manufacturer. He was senior vice president and chief financial officer. Anthony Allott was appointed vice president and will succeed Terhune as CFO. Allott was vice president and treasurer. Thomas Williams, who was COO, will remain president and chief executive officer. Amin Khoury remains chairman of the board.
BECKER GROUP INC. - William Armbruster was named vice president-finance for the Sterling Heights, Mich., manufacturer of automotive interior systems.
BPI PACKAGING TECHNOLOGIES INC. - C. Jill Beresford was named president and chief executive officer of the North Dighton, Mass., bag manufacturer. She was vice president-marketing, and treasurer.
CAPTIVE PLASTICS INC. - Tom Hernandez was named California account manager for the Piscat-away, N.J., packaging manufacturer.
C&H PACKAGING CO. INC. -Richard Edwardsen was named chief financial officer of the Merrill, Wis., flexible packaging converter.
DONNELLY CORP. - Donn Viola was named chief operating officer, North American operations, for the Grand Haven, Mich., automotive supplier. He had been COO of Mack Trucks Inc., and before that served as an executive vice president at Masco Industries.
EQUITABLE BAG CO. - James R. Wilson was named vice president of operations. Wilson was a vice president of manufacturing for Duro Bag Manufacturing Co. He had been employed by New York-based Equitable Bag until 1988, and rejoined the firm a month after Equitable Bag emerged from Chapter 11 protection under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
HAEMONETICS CORP. - Bob Ebbeling was named senior vice president, manufacturing, for the Braintree, Mass., injection and blow molder, and extruder of medical products.
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF PLASTICS DISTRIBUTORS - Deborah Hamlin was named executive director of the Leawood, Kan., group. She was manager of operations for the management services division of Applied Measurement Profes-sionals Inc. Hamlin succeeds Carol Wagner, who is retiring after 14 years of service.
KANTUS CORP. - Mamoru Kubo was named president and chief executive officer of the Lewisburg, Tenn., manufacturer of automotive interiors and electronic systems. He succeeds Hiroshi Matsuura, who is returning to Japan after five years as Kantus president. Kantus is a unit of Kansei Corp. of Omiya, Japan.
PLASTICS PIPE INSTITUTE - Rich Gottwald was named executive director of the group, a unit of the Society of the Plastics Industry Inc. of Washington. Melvin Young was named PPI marketing director and Eugene Palermo was named technical director.
SEITZ CORP. - John Navan was named vice president, engineering, for the Torrington, Conn., designer and maker of thermoplastic parts and assemblies.
ULTRA PAC INC. - Brian Gaggin was named director of sales and marketing, and Greg Nelson was named director of management information systems for the Minneapolis maker of PET food containers.
VINYL PLASTICS INC. - P. Gregory Mickelson was named vice president of the Sheboygan, Wis., manufacturer of vinyl flooring, plastic sheeting, medical tubing and engineered products for making automotive sound barriers. Andrew Harrison was named operations manager in the extruded profiles division.
WALBRO CORP. - Frank Bauch-iero was named president and chief operating officer of the Cass City, Mich., automotive supplier. Bauchiero, a Walbro board member, was president of North American operations for Dana Corp.'s Industrial Group.
ICI MELINEX of Wilmington, Del., named David Davidson president in the United States and James Alles chief executive of ICI's global Melinex group.