Angela D Simmons

Summary

Angela D Simmons earned $75,000 in 2017 as a Senior Public Service Administr for Illinois Department Of Veterans Affairs.

Simmons earned more than 83.62% of employees in Illinois Department Of Veterans Affairs.

Other Senior Public Service Administrs at Illinois Department Of Veterans Affairs

Name Position Salary Start Date
Scott M Norton Senior Public Service Administr $120,700 N/A
Connie L Sabo Senior Public Service Administr $111,900 N/A
Elisabeth H Pennix Senior Public Service Administr $110,900 N/A
Troy D Culbertson Senior Public Service Administr $108,000 N/A
Renysha Y Brown Senior Public Service Administr $99,300 N/A
Dan E Wellman Senior Public Service Administr $98,200 N/A
Lenard Winnicki Senior Public Service Administr $98,000 N/A
Anthony J Vaughn Senior Public Service Administr $96,800 N/A
Sherri L Whitmer Senior Public Service Administr $90,000 N/A
Lester E Robertson Senior Public Service Administr $87,600 N/A
Jackie L Cook Senior Public Service Administr $83,400 N/A
Nicole N Mandeville Senior Public Service Administr $80,000 N/A
David Macdonna Senior Public Service Administr $74,000 N/A
Shelly R Miller Senior Public Service Administr $70,000 N/A
Matthew P Eddington Senior Public Service Administr $68,700 N/A
Mark A Sherbeyn Senior Public Service Administr $63,500 N/A
Cathy S Houston Senior Public Service Administr $56,700 N/A
Heidi Malson-Morris Senior Public Service Administr $46,300 N/A
Julia R Togarepi Senior Public Service Administr $5,100 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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