Born to Elvin and Margaret (Heddle) Gorsline in Portland, OR.
Earns a Bachelor of Science in music from Lewis and Clark College.
Is a producer and recording engineer for Station KBPS in Portland until 1967.
Is a recording engineer for Northwestern, Inc. in Portland until 1969.
Marries Janet Elizabeth Garland on May 25.
Is the general manager of Rex Recording Co. in Portland and continues in the role.
Is president of Sunny Day Productions in Portland and continues in the role.
Serves on the advisory board of the Beaverton School District and Portland Community College until 1988.
Is a member of the Northwest Signators Committee of the American Federation of TV and Radio Artists until 2012.
Serves on the board of directors of the Portland Advertising Federation.
Is honored as Supplier of the Year by the Portland Advertising Federation through 1999.
Receives the Oregon Media Production Association Award of Excellence.
The documentary “Lifeboat,” which was mixed by him, is nominated for an Academy Award.
The documentary “Hunger Ward,” which was mixed by him, is nominated for an Academy Award.