Brian A Gray

Summary

Brian A Gray earned $15,126 in 2017 as an Employee for Mount Prospect Park District Buildings. Gray had worked in this position since July 03, 2012.

Gray earned more than 30.00% of employees in Mount Prospect Park District Buildings.

Other Employees at Mount Prospect Park District Buildings

Name Position Salary Start Date
Christopher S Hilgers Employee $69,488 05-19-2008
Mario E Gonzalez Employee $62,564 04-26-2008
Gary A Halverson Employee $61,205 05-10-2010
Wayne R Houghton Employee $50,548 10-21-2004
Serafin Figueroa Employee $47,983 03-26-1990
Richard W Meyer Employee $44,093 01-05-2001
Eligio Guzman Employee $43,548 10-25-2001
Luis Rueda Employee $41,524 06-11-2009
Javier Pozo-Garcia Employee $40,335 02-23-1995
Enrique Jacobo Employee $37,166 05-22-2015
Jacob La Fronza Employee $33,718 01-08-2009
Kurt R Burger Employee $32,837 03-13-2017
Edward A Palka Employee $17,936 11-03-2015
Sefije Bajrami Employee $17,265 10-22-2003
Rodolfo Jimenez Employee $14,606 11-17-2012
Benjamin W Friberg Employee $8,775 08-28-2017
Mark K Tredore Employee $4,607 06-07-1999
Matthew C Gill Employee $4,401 08-31-2017
Jose A Nunez Employee $2,253 10-16-2017
Alberto Camarillo Employee $691 11-09-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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