Mr. Wells is born in Seattle, Washington to Stanley A. Wells and Margaret Wells.
Mr. Wells receives a Bachelor of Arts from Whitman College.
Mr. Wells studies postgraduate courses at The University of Texas at Austin.
Mr. Wells receives a Bachelor of Science from Oregon State University.
Mr. Wells becomes a software evaluation engineer at Tektronix, Inc. in Beaverton, Oregon.
Mr. Wells becomes a computer engineer for Saudi Aramco in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
Mr. Wells becomes a software engineer for Conrac Corporation in Clackamas, Oregan.
Mr. Wells becomes a software analyst for Lundy Financial Systems in San Dimas, California.
Mr. Wells becomes a senior project engineer for Illuminet in Olympia, Washington.
Mr. Wells is appointed president of the American Institute of Parliamentarians.
Mr. Wells becomes a member of the Executive of the Year 2000 Committee of Illuminet.
Mr. Wells becomes a manager of configuration for New Edge Network, Inc. and a senior product engineer for Wind River in Beaverton, Oregon.
Mr. Wells serves as a technical advisor for the E-Corps of the Washington Service Corps.
Mr. Wells serves as advisor to the chair of Cascadia Con, the North American Science Fiction Convention.
Mr. Wells serves as a software builder for Volt Technical Resources.
Mr. Wells becomes a computer process specialist for Boeing in Seattle, Washington.
Mr. Wells receives the R. L. Fanthorpe Grand Prize at the Write-Alike Contest.
Mr. Wells becomes a data and system analyst for Boeing in St. Louis, Missouri.
Mr. Wells retires from software engineering.
Mr. Wells is honored with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award from Marquis Who’s Who.