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League of Women Voters of California Education Fund
November 6, 2018 — Elección General de California

Ciudad de CupertinoCandidato para Consejo Municipal

Photo de Tim Gorsulowsky

Tim Gorsulowsky

Business Security Consultant
1,181 votos (2.24%)
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Mis 3 prioridades principales

  • Housing Crisis, develop plans for long-term housing for seniors and residents
  • Transportation Issues; Work with public transportation authorities to develop better transportation alternatives for traveling during peek hours
  • Business Development; Prepare a long-term plan to lure businesses who will offer professional positions in Cupertino



Profesión:Business Security Consultant
President, Commercial Services Group of CA Inc. (1996–current)
Board Member, Honolulu Memorial Park and Kyoto Gardens (2014–current)
Disability Advisory Committee, City Council Advisory Committee — Cargo designado (2015–current)


East Texas Baptist Church Bachelor Degree in Business, Business and Accounting (1987)

Actividades comunitarias

Working with high School CTE Programs assisting students in their future, Health-Tech Academy (2010–current)

Creencias poliza

Documentos sobre determinadas posturas



A brief resume to describe the candidate

     Tim Gorsulowsky was raised in Shreveport, La. In 1987, after graduating from East Texas Baptist University with a bachelor’s Degree in business, with further education in the MBA program, he moved to California to help his brother organize a new dermatology surgical practice.  He previously graduated in 1981 from Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science, prior to owning a Life Insurance Company and Funeral Home.

     While in California, the opportunity arose to open a security services company in San Jose. This company, started in 1994, ultimately expanded into a company comprised of over 250 employees with more than $5 million in annual revenue. Tim went on to start three other companies in the Silicon Valley. Tim and Annette bought a home in Saratoga in 1995, and later moved to the beautiful City of Cupertino CA.

     His philosophy in the business sector was to always treat his employees with high regard, while continually giving his clients personal attention. “It was unusual to maintain an employee and contract base for an extended five to ten years in the service industry”. He says, “by utilizing his philosophy and business technique he proved this longevity could be accomplished”. Tim’s number one objective is to provide a high level of public safety, he has worked closely with Local and Federal law enforcement for over 25 years.


     He has been involved in several community service organizations, including Adopt-a-Chaplain, and Calvary Church of Los Gatos. He was appointed by the Mayor, and serves on the Disability Advisory Committee in Elk Grove CA.  This Committee is responsible for making recommendations to City that assists in facilitating Disabled Persons. He volunteers for local High School Programs to promote Career Technical Education and has been a driving force to promote these programs in California.

     Gorsulowsky serves on the Board of Directors of Honolulu Memorial Park and Kyoto Gardens in Honolulu, Hawaii.  He is also President of Commercial Services Group of CA, Inc., and affiliated with numerous other businesses in California.
He also served as the 2016 Nominee for the CA State Assembly District 9 during the 2016 California Elections.

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