Courtney E Sage


Courtney E Sage earned $9,000 in 2017 as an Employee for Coles County. Sage had worked for this employer since December 01, 2016.

Sage earned more than 23.79% of employees in Coles County.

Sage earned more than 28.58% of employees across all Counties.

Employment history for Courtney E Sage

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Employee $9,000 Not reported 12-01-2016 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Employee at Coles County in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Brian L Bower Employee $166,508 12-01-2012
Anthony M Ortega Employee $149,850 07-01-2013
Angela Griffin Employee $121,300 11-01-2004
Richard A Johnson Employee $110,400 01-01-2007
Jeffrey S Lahr Employee $90,140 09-04-1991
Thomas R Williamson Employee $90,002 09-06-1995
Terese A Matthews Employee $85,236 01-10-1995
Pamela K Kelly Employee $75,998 10-23-1990
James T Rankin Employee $75,500 03-18-2002
Stephen C Spear Employee $73,493 04-17-2000
Basil R Beadles IV Employee $70,437 03-29-1999
Roland A Buttram Employee $70,415 07-16-2009
Diana L Stenger Employee $70,083 03-01-2012
Mark W Harris Employee $69,663 12-01-2000
Blake A Rennels Employee $68,832 05-01-2016
Blake A Rennels Employee $68,832 02-20-2007
Tyler C Heleine Employee $67,992 12-16-2006
Kelly J Lockhart Employee $66,975 09-14-1999
Sean M Lane Employee $66,611 06-03-1998
Tad E Freezeland Employee $66,359 05-21-1993
Mitchell S Goodwin Employee $65,411 10-16-1997
Robert A Scales Employee $65,208 08-09-2010
Jesse P Danley Employee $65,108 01-16-2012
C. Sue Rennels Employee $64,480 08-09-2005
Melissa J Hurst Employee $64,480 11-14-1996

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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