Is born to parents Arthur and Marilyn in New Haven, CT.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts in history at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Receives a Master of Arts in human resources management and organizational development at the University of San Francisco.
Publishes “Remember the MacCutcheon!”
Serves as president of CalChess – the Northern California Chess Federation until 1995.
Serves as president of the Chess Journalists of America until 1996.
Organizes the Pan Pacific International Chess Tournament.
Publishes “Chess for Dummies”; Organizes the Hall of Fame Tournament; Serves on the policy board of the United States Chess Federation until 1999.
Serves as American Zone president of the World Chess Federation until 2002; Is a trustee and past president of the U.S. Chess Trust until 2019.
Publishes “The Chess Player’s Bible: Illustrated Strategies for Staying Ahead of the Game.”
Writes “Chess Openings for Dummies.”
Is recognized as the Chess Educator of the Year by the University of Texas at Dallas.
Receives a Career Achievement Award from the United States Chess Federation.
Establishes The Eade Foundation, for which he serves as chief executive officer through today.
Is a producer for IBM.TV.
Earns an Award for Best Chess Website from the Chess Journalists of America.