Anthony J Anderson

Summary

Anthony J Anderson earned $118,500 in 2017 as a Corrections Food Service Supv Ii for Illinois Department Of Juvenile Justice.

Anderson earned more than 97.90% of employees in Illinois Department Of Juvenile Justice.

Other Corrections Food Service Supv Iis at Illinois Department Of Juvenile Justice

Name Position Salary Start Date
Lawrence Roper Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $104,800 N/A
Mable Lear Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $99,200 N/A
Linda S Elam Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $97,600 N/A
Herbert E Underwood Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $88,000 N/A
Anissa O Clark Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $86,000 N/A
Douglas E Reef Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $85,500 N/A
Stephen M Harney Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $80,700 N/A
Vickie L Johnson Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $75,000 N/A
Linda D Lawrence Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $69,500 N/A
Davina S Williams Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $66,000 N/A
Cheryl A Link Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $61,100 N/A
Bobby C Reynolds Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $58,100 N/A
Adam M Murphy Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $57,000 N/A
Chentey M Morris Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $56,300 N/A
Scott A Pender Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $51,200 N/A
Samantha L Taylor Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $45,200 N/A
Gary W Evans Corrections Food Service Supv Ii $36,600 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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