Deloris Glasper

Summary

Deloris Glasper earned $71,547 in 2017 as a Bus Operator for Bus Operations.

Glasper earned more than 56.50% of employees in Bus Operations.

Employment history for Deloris Glasper

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Bus Operator $71,547 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Bus Operator at Bus Operations in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Victoria Jones-Newell Bus Operator $191,668 Not reported
Martin Rosas Bus Operator $164,027 Not reported
Richard M Lewis Sr Bus Operator $157,171 Not reported
Dwan M Johnson Bus Operator $156,432 Not reported
Emmitt Williams Bus Operator $155,509 Not reported
Angel L Perez Bus Operator $153,686 Not reported
Mark D Davis Bus Operator $153,087 Not reported
Gregory M Dawson Bus Operator $144,487 Not reported
Aldria Patrice Morgan Bus Operator $140,423 Not reported
Londa S Holland Bus Operator $133,444 Not reported
Benjamin Guzman Bus Operator $131,903 Not reported
Timothy Andrew Sherrod Bus Operator $130,616 Not reported
Michael Phipps Bus Operator $130,487 Not reported
Trevor K Kelly Bus Operator $129,175 Not reported
Dontis A White Bus Operator $129,075 Not reported
Garth P Ogilvie Bus Operator $127,418 Not reported
Jerry Cabato Gascon Bus Operator $125,680 Not reported
Donaray Jones Bus Operator $125,586 Not reported
Steven E Brown Bus Operator $125,373 Not reported
Sherman K Bomman Bus Operator $124,947 Not reported
Jose M Sosa Bus Operator $124,477 Not reported
Carlos E Irizarry Bus Operator $123,934 Not reported
Jarouen K Ellis Bus Operator $122,455 Not reported
Keith D Collins Sr Bus Operator $121,336 Not reported
David E Jenkins Bus Operator $121,051 Not reported

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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