David A Strama

Summary

David A Strama earned $216,533 in 2018 as a Lineman for Power & Way Maintenance.

Strama earned more than 98.30% of employees in Power & Way Maintenance.

Employment history for David A Strama

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Lineman $216,533 Not reported Not reported 2018
Lineman $177,173 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year

$39,359

+ 22.22%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

$39,359

+ 22.22%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

Not reported

Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Lineman at Power & Way Maintenance in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Roque E Hernandez Lineman $206,626 Not reported
Michael J Tully Lineman $203,691 Not reported
Joseph W Drobena Lineman $187,332 Not reported
Nicholas I Vargas Lineman $182,344 Not reported
Oscar O Wong Lineman $174,873 Not reported
Joseph J Bulanda Lineman $168,034 Not reported
Roberto Sandoval Lineman $166,364 Not reported
Philip Auriemma Jr Lineman $165,817 Not reported
Danilo E Gonzalez Alarcon Lineman $162,447 Not reported
Salvatore F Reina Lineman $162,018 Not reported
Nicholas Tyler Fallara Lineman $160,534 Not reported
Miguel A Alvarez Lineman $158,382 Not reported
Derek A Cracco Lineman $157,339 Not reported
Robert J Iannello Lineman $156,316 Not reported
Arthur E Cotey Lineman $155,852 Not reported
Kristofer Gus Kanwischer Lineman $155,536 Not reported
Thomas E Breason Lineman $154,287 Not reported
Scott A Marinaro Lineman $153,163 Not reported
Alan Yunek Lineman $150,925 Not reported
Donald J Mcnichols Lineman $148,773 Not reported
Andrew Harmon Thames Lineman $146,783 Not reported
Ryan Matthew Drehobl Lineman $146,075 Not reported
Derrick A Rogers Lineman $142,695 Not reported
Joseph F Dicristofano Lineman $138,403 Not reported
Eugenio Cuttitta Lineman $137,919 Not reported

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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