Ford Retired Engineering Executives


Chuck Gray, Ford Vice President, Vehicle Component and System Engineering.
Chuck Gray, Ford Vice President, Vehicle Component and System Engineering.
Park Place - Dearborn
Meeting Scheduled


FREE Luncheon: February 19, 2020

11:00 AM: Registration & Refreshments

12:00 PM: Lunch – $25, New York Strip or Salmon

12:45 PM: Speaker – Chuck Gray, Ford Vice President, Vehicle Component and System Engineering

Please register by Friday, February 14th.  Login, if you have not already done so, click on 02.19.2020and navigate to the bottom of the page.  Make a menu choice (meat, fish, or special diet), check the “I will go to this event” box, and click the “Register” button.  A confirmation message will appear at the top of the page when it refreshes.

You may also email or phone Ed Moylan 248 374-6128.


Chuck Gray is Ford Motor Company’s vice president, Vehicle Components and Systems Engineering.  His role is central to the company’s commitment to develop Ford and Lincoln vehicles with top quality, fuel efficiency, safety, smart technology and value for customers around the world.

Previously, Chuck was the director of Ford’s Global Core Electrical team, a position to which he was appointed in 2016. In that role, he delivered a strategy to modernize the company’s vehicle connectivity, software capability and electrical architecture. This includes leading the design of Ford’s Driver Assist technology and development team, plus traditional electrical subsystems including 12-volt power, electrical distribution systems, body controls and more.

In previous roles, he led Transmission and Driveline engineering, bringing the new 10-speed automatic transmission to customers, along with a new portfolio of 8-speed automatic transmissions and innovations including the Focus RS Torque Vectoring System.

Since joining Ford in 1991, Gray also has served as assistant vehicle line director of C-Car programs, based in Shanghai, China; chief engineer of Electrified Powertrain Engineering and chief engineer of Powertrain Installations.

Chuck holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from GMI Engineering and Management Institute (now Kettering University) and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan.


Park Place   -   Website
23400 Park
Country: us


Park Place (313) 274-4499. 

(Corner of Outer Drive & Park St. just south of Michigan Ave.)

Parking is limited, so car-pool if possible!

Registered Users:

  • Gene Nelson
  • Donna Inch
  • Tom Watson
  • Al Kammerer
  • Peter Dowding
  • Steven Carl
  • Euge Greenstein
  • Ed Moylan
  • Ed Breyer
  • Larry Seyfarth
  • Alan Amendt
  • John Steele
  • Bruce Pierce
  • Lee Miskowski
  • John Markee
  • Jerry Haycock
  • Tom Brichford
  • Joe Gormley
  • jerry white
  • Joel Perkins
  • Ron Wong
  • John Flintosh
  • Larry DeAngelis
  • Andy Acho
  • nabunassar Abunassar
  • nabunassar Abunassar
  • Jack Ridenour
  • Enders Dickinson
  • Dieter P Forberger
  • Hugo Vandersypen
  • Ted Keranen
  • Bruce Kopf
  • William Campbell
  • David Snyder
  • Bernie Muench
  • Brian Geraghty
  • Keith Termaat
  • Mike Thomas
  • Don Baker
  • Thomas (Tom) Miree
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