Extended Content: Colleagues Remember Harry Jack Gray

Above is the full, uncut interview with former University of Hartford President Humphrey Tonkin and former University Secretary and General Counsel Charles Condon. Tonkin and Condon reflect on their friend and colleague Harry Jack Gray.

University of Hartford President Walter Harrison’s interview:

Dr. Andrew Salner’s interview:

These interviews are part of our July 14th story on Gray’s legacy.

Friends, Colleagues Remember Harry Jack Gray

Extended Content is available for this story. Click here to watch the full, uncut interviews with the people featured in this story.

Harry Jack Gray, former CEO of United Technologies Corporation, passed away last week at the age of 89. Gray made an enormous impact in the greater Hartford community with his generous contributions to the University of Hartford, the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Center, and so many other important organizations in the community.

Anna Stonestreet sat down with some of the people who knew Harry Jack Gray to talk about his life and legacy. Featured in this story are Dr. Andrew Salner, Director of the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Center, University of Hartford President Walter Harrison, former University President Humphrey Tonkin, and former University Secretary and General Counsel Charles Condon.

We will post extended length interviews with the people featured in this story tomorrow.

Links:
University of Hartford profile on Harry Jack Gray’s Legacy
Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Center
UTC Press Release on Harry Jack Gray