Seymour Schlosser has been named vice president for finance at Santa Ana-based EECO Inc., replacing A.W. Finamore, who has retired. Before joining EECO in August, Schlosser was director of taxes and corporate controller for Baker Hughes. EECO also promoted John Roderick to the newly created position of vice president for business planning and development. Roderick had been director of strategic planning. Before joining EECO, he was division controller at Memorex Corp.'s components division in Tucson. EECO is a worldwide manufacturer of switch and keyboard products, airline passenger entertainment/service systems, hotel computer systems and a computerized videotape editing and post-production system.