The changes were prompted by the announced retirement of Henry Wallace, 56, who was group vice president of Mazda and Ford Asia Pacific. Wallace's retirement takes effect Jan. 1.
Mazzorin continues as group vice president of Ford's global purchasing operations and South American operations. Mazzorin, 60, joined Ford in 1972.
Parry-Jones also keeps his duties as Ford's group vice president, product development, and chief technical officer. Mark Fields continues as Mazda's president. Parry-Jones, 50, joined Ford in 1973.
Last week, Ford gave Parry-Jones the responsibility of product development for the Premier Automotive Group.