GENCORP INC. - Kevin Mc-Mullen was named president of the decorative products group, a new unit integrating wallcoverings, decorative and building products, and designed products. He had been general manager, discharge products, of General Electric's lighting division. MACK MOLDING CO. - The Arlington, Va., injection molder named Ron Jellison president of its Mack Technologies subsidiary in Marlborough, Mass.
MAY & SCOFIELD INC. - The Howell, Mich., automotive supplier appointed three vice presidents: Teddy Baird, human resources; Timothy Dumond, operations; Luanne Schonfeld, finance/administration.
MOBIL CHEMICAL CO. - Donald Burns was named business manager, flexible packaging, Ameri-cas, for Mobil's films division. He was the division's business manager for commodity films.
NEXT STEP - Greg Hannoosh, former director of marketing communications for Dynisco Inc. and its Kona Corp. unit, has left Dynisco to found his own marketing communications firm, Next Step in West Newbury, Mass. Hannoosh worked for 10 years at Kona, which makes hot-runner systems in Gloucester, Mass.
PECHINEY - Edward A. Lape-kas was named senior executive vice president and chief operating officer of Pechiney's Beverage Worldwide unit. He will oversee beverage can-making operations in Europe, Asia and the Americas. Pechiney of Paris owns Chicago-based American National Can Co.
PLASTIFLEX CO. INC. - David Beddus was named director of new product and market development for the Whippany, N.J., maker of plastic hose and tube.
ULTRA PAC INC. - Chief Opera-ting Officer Michael Laub has left the Minneapolis thermoformer. Thomas Rains, a director and acting COO, in a news release cited differences in management style as the reason for Laub's departure. Ultra Pac, which also ex-trudes PET sheet for its food packaging products, is searching for a replacement. The company makes containers for the bakery, deli and fresh produce markets.
VINYL PLASTICS INC. - Andrew Harrison was named operations manager for the Extruded Profiles Division of the Sheboygan, Wis., processor.
FERRO CORP. President Hec-tor Ortino also was named chief operating officer, and Werner Bush, executive vice president and COO, has elected to take early retirement Dec. 31. Bush no longer serves on the board of directors, according to the Cleveland materials producer.