ASC INC. -- Marques McCammon, 30, to general manager of the company's West Coast Design and Technical Center in Huntington Beach, Calif.
He was the company's director of product and business planning in Southgate, Mich.
ASC, of Southgate, Mich., supplies body engineering and packages, open air systems, composites and concepts.
CADENCE INNOVATION LLC -- Russell Chick, 45, to vice president of marketing, communication and strategy. He was director of consumer marketing for North America at Hewlett-Packard Co. in Vancouver, Wash.
Brian Berlenbach, 55, to vice president and general manager of the Ford business unit. He was vice president of advanced sales and marketing of the Ford unit at Collins & Aikman Corp.
James Puscas, 39, to vice president of the General Motors business unit. He was vice president and general manager of the GM business unit at American Specialty Cars.
Cadence Innovation, of Troy, Mich., produces instrument panels and cockpits, consoles, door panels and modules, interior hard trim, fascias, exterior plastics and cargo management.
CLARION CORP. OF AMERICA -- Adam Thomas, 38, to vice president of marketing. He was a director of the company and has been involved with core and application engineering, research, product planning, marketing and technical sales.
Clarion, of Novi, Mich., produces audio systems, mobile multimedia and navigation systems, satellite and digital radio and rear-vision camera systems.
HELLA KGaA HUECK & CO. -- Ralf Voss, 43, to senior executive vice president for the company's electrical and electronics division.
He was engineering director for DaimlerChrysler's body and safety electrical and electronics systems for all Chrysler group vehicle programs.
Hella KGaA Hueck, of Lippstadt, Germany, produces lighting, electrical systems and modules.
LEAR CORP. -- Marina Williams, 38, to chief diversity officer.
She replaces Jim Comer, 58, who retired from Lear to establish Comer Holdings, a certified minority business enterprise. Williams has been with the company since 1996, most recently as platform manager for the Chevy HHR integration program.
Lear, of Southfield, Mich., supplies interior systems, seats, instrument and door trim panels, overhead, flooring and acoustic systems, electronic and electrical distribution systems.
JIFFY-TITE CO. -- Kip Steveley, to the new position of director of business development. He had been vice president of business development for ITT Fluid Handling Systems.
Jiffy-tite of Lancaster, N.Y., produces fluid fittings and other parts that carry transmission oil and glycol coolant within powertrain systems.
NGK SPARK PLUGS (USA) INC. -- James Paugh, 43, to power equipment accounts manager. He was territory manager for Pace Inc.
NGK Spark Plugs, of Wixom, Mich., produces spark plugs and oxygen sensors.