Mr. Simms is born in Vinita, Oklahoma to Paul Otto and Meda Simms.
Mr. Simms joins the U.S. Navy.
Mr. Simms receives a bachelor’s degree from The University of Oklahoma and becomes an electronic engineer with The Martin Company in Baltimore, Maryland.
Mr. Simms becomes a systems engineer with The Martin Company in Denver, Colorado.
Mr. Simms serves as manager of electronics and system engineering at Fairchild in Hagerstown, Maryland.
Mr. Simms joins the senior technology staff at ITT Intelcom in Bailey’s Cross, Virginia.
Mr. Simms becomes a program manager at Systems Research Corporation in Washington, D.C.
Mr. Simms is promoted to director of operations at Systems Research Corporation.
Mr. Simms becomes a program manager at General Electric in Beltsville, Maryland and authors “A Measure of Knowledge,” published by the Philosophical Library of Publishers.
Mr. Simms serves as a consultant in private practice in Clarksville, Maryland.
Mr. Simms becomes a senior associate at Booz, Allen & Hamilton is Bethesda, Maryland.
Mr. Simms serves as county coordinator of the Committee to Elect Congresswoman Byron.
Mr. Simms is elected president of the Southern Howard County Democrat’s Club.
Mr. Simms establishes Simms Industries Inc. in Columbia, Maryland, where he serves as president. He also authors “The Limits of Behavior: A Quantitative Social Theory.”
Mr. Simms authors “Principles of Quantitative Living System Science.”
Mr. Simms is named an honoree Cherokee Warrior by the Cherokee Nation.
Mr. Simms is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award.