Born to Winfred Mose Perrone and Josephine Jennie (Azzatto) Perrone in Haverhill, MA.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in economics, politics and engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Works as a statistician for the New York Department of Motor Vehicles.
Works as an aviation meteorologist for the U.S. Air Force in New York, Maine, and Vietnam through 1970.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in meteorology from Pennsylvania State University.
Works as a marine meteorologist for IMCOS Marine Limited, in London, England.
Works as a marine meteorologist for Ocean Routes, Inc., in Palo Alto, CA.
Works as a research meteorologist for the Naval Environmental Prediction Research Facility in Monterey, CA, through 1979.
Serves in the Air National Guard in California, New Jersey, and Virginia through 1993.
Earns a Juris Doctor degree from Lincoln University in San Jose, CA.
Is admitted to the California Bar Association.
Works as a research meteorologist for the Marine Weather Branch of the National Weather Service Headquarters in Silver Spring, MD.
Works as a research meteorologist within the Techniques Development Laboratory at the National Weather Service in Silver Spring, MD.
Marries Jeanne Frances Munroe.
Works as a senior computer scientist, for Logicon, Inc., in Washington, D.C., through 1993.
Lead author of a refereed journal article describing an innovative statistical technique for predicting tropical storm formation.
Earns a Master of Science in systems management from the University of Denver.
Works as a senior systems analyst for BAE Systems, in Washington, D.C., through 2009.
Works as a senior systems engineer for ITT, in Washington, D.C., through 2010.
Privately practices as a consultant in Clarksburg, MD, and continues to do so.