Daniel W. Pursley


Daniel W. Pursley earned $157,739 in 2017 as a Board Member for Iroquois County County Board. Pursley had worked in this position since December 01, 2014.

Pursley earned more than 21.05% of employees in Iroquois County County Board.

Other Board Members at Iroquois County County Board

Name Position Salary Start Date
Barbara D. Offill Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Chad A. Mcginnis Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Vincent P. Lamie Board Member $157,739 12-01-2014
Ernest D. Curtis Board Member $157,739 12-01-2008
Larry E. Hasbargen Board Member $157,739 12-01-2014
Lyle D. Behrends Board Member $157,739 12-03-2012
Donna K. Crow Board Member $157,739 12-01-2006
John A. Shure Board Member $157,739 01-04-2012
Kevin W. Coughenour Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Kevin W. Bohlmann Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Marvin L. Stichnoth Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Michael J. Mctaggart Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Daniel M. Rayman Board Member $157,739 01-08-2013
Sherry L. Johnson Board Member $157,739 12-05-2016
Gerald E. Whitlow Board Member $157,739 12-01-2010
Charles R. Alt Board Member $112,671 12-01-2008
Russell P. Bills Board Member $112,671 07-09-1991
Troy R. Krumwiede Board Member $112,671 05-08-2007
Kyle J. Anderson Board Member $112,671 03-09-2010

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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