International Remote Imaging Systems Inc., a struggling...

International Remote Imaging Systems Inc., a struggling Chatsworth medical equipment concern, has announced several management changes.

Fred H. Deindoefer is reassuming control of IRIS operations in Chatsworth.

Thomas F. Kelley, founder of the small-instruments company StatSpin, which IRIS purchased in February, will be general manager of its Norwood, Mass., operation.

And Anthony G. Landells was named general manager of PowerGene, a genetic analyzer business purchased by IRIS in July. PowerGene has operations in Chester, England, and League City, Texas.

IRIS is a maker of urinalysis machines and other specimen analysis devices used in medical labs.

* William Almarez of Ventura has been named senior plant manager for the U.S. Postal Service's Santa Clarita Processing and Distribution Center.

He will direct the mail processing activities for an area that covers nearly 35,000 square miles, stretching from San Luis Obispo to Pasadena and including the San Fernando Valley and much of the Mojave Desert area.

Almarez has been with the Postal Service for 25 years.

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