Brian D Marvin

Summary

Brian D Marvin earned $4,800 in 2017 as a County Board Of Commissioners for Coles County. Marvin has worked in this position since December 01, 2012.

Marvin earned more than 12.93% of employees in Coles County.

Marvin earned more than 21.98% of employees across all Counties.

Employment history for Brian D Marvin

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 Not reported 12-01-2012 2018
Employee $4,800 Not reported 12-01-2012 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

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Overall Net Change in Total Pay

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Overall Net Change in Base Salary

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Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title County Board Of Commissioners at Coles County in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Stan E Metzger County Board Of Commissioners $5,900 12-01-2008
Michael H Zuhone County Board Of Commissioners $4,900 09-13-2011
Paul G Daily County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 12-01-2006
Brandon R Bell County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 06-10-2014
Nancy J Purdy County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 12-01-2012
Rick D Shook County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 12-01-2016
Travis C Coffey County Board Of Commissioners $4,800 12-01-2016
Cory L Sanders County Board Of Commissioners $4,400 12-01-2012
Janice K Eads County Board Of Commissioners $4,400 10-13-1998
Paul W Stranz County Board Of Commissioners $4,400 01-09-2018
Mark W Degler County Board Of Commissioners $4,000 12-01-2008
Jeremy B Doughty County Board Of Commissioners $400 12-01-2018
John L Doty County Board Of Commissioners $400 12-01-2018
Denise E Corray County Board Of Commissioners $400 12-01-2018
Juan M Nevarez-Barron County Board Of Commissioners $400 12-01-2018

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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