Father: Richard Goss, supervisor at a producing firm
Mom: Virginia (Johnson) Goss
Marriage: Mariel (Robinson) Goss
Youngsters: Leslie, Chauncey, Mason, Gerrit
Training: Yale College, B.A., 1960
Army service: US Military, 1960-1962, Second Lieutenant
The primary mayor of Sanibel, Florida.
1962-1972 – Clandestine providers officer within the US Central Intelligence Company (CIA) in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe; compelled to retire as a result of a extreme staph an infection.
1973 – Co-founds the Island Reporter, a weekly Sanibel, Florida, newspaper.
1974-1980 and 1981-1982 – Sanibel metropolis council member.
1975-1977 and 1981-1982 – Mayor of Sanibel, Florida.
1983-1988 – County commissioner of Lee County, Florida.
1985-1986 – Chairman of Lee County fee, Florida.
November 8, 1988 – Elected to the Home of Representatives.
1989-2004 – Serves as Republican consultant from the 13th and 14th districts of Florida.
1997-August 10, 2004 – Chairman of the Home Everlasting Choose Committee on Intelligence; member since 1995.
December 2004 – Bush indicators the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act. The act restructures the Intelligence Neighborhood by eliminating the director of Central Intelligence (DCI) place and creating the twin positions of the director of Nationwide Intelligence (DNI) and the director of the Central Intelligence Company (D/CIA).
April 21, 2005 – Turns into the primary director of the Central Intelligence Company (D/CIA).
April 2015 – Registers as a lobbyist representing Turkey via the Gephardt Group.