Dorothy M Wilson
Dorothy M Wilson earned $1,078 in 2017 as a Crossing Guard for PD Crossing Guards. Wilson had worked for this employer since September 07, 2016.
Wilson earned more than 5.26% of employees in PD Crossing Guards.
Other employees with the title Crossing Guard at PD Crossing Guards in 2017
|Name||Position||Total Pay||Start Date|
|Christi A Metzger||Crossing Guard||$7,042||08-19-1991|
|Van Modrzejewski||Crossing Guard||$6,704||08-25-2003|
|Susan L Ortega||Crossing Guard||$6,044||09-06-1993|
|Ellen L Greene||Crossing Guard||$5,910||08-12-2015|
|Gwen L Christenberry||Crossing Guard||$5,871||08-26-1994|
|Wendy B Huskey||Crossing Guard||$5,743||04-11-2011|
|William Dennis Corbett||Crossing Guard||$5,397||03-08-2016|
|Edward C Kwasny||Crossing Guard||$5,332||09-15-1999|
|Gary J Wortel||Crossing Guard||$5,291||09-15-2006|
|Jovanka Cuckovich||Crossing Guard||$5,240||08-19-2005|
|Sandra Ann Brown||Crossing Guard||$5,209||02-13-2007|
|Patricia Marie Grod||Crossing Guard||$5,041||09-07-2016|
|Neda Beev||Crossing Guard||$4,920||11-17-1999|
|April P Bukas||Crossing Guard||$4,649||08-05-2016|
|Marie Therese Gordon||Crossing Guard||$4,487||01-05-2015|
|Edward Henry Knoll||Crossing Guard||$4,458||08-07-2013|
|Kenneth R Metzger||Crossing Guard||$4,457||08-07-2013|
|Diane S Zevenhouse||Crossing Guard||$4,453||08-18-1999|
|Louise A Lewis||Crossing Guard||$4,390||09-14-2007|
|Dolores M Rambatt||Crossing Guard||$4,359||04-17-2000|
|Viola Morton||Crossing Guard||$4,342||05-16-2011|
|Robert T Harling||Crossing Guard||$4,281||08-18-1999|
|Daniel F Mankowski||Crossing Guard||$4,261||08-23-2011|
|Debra S Rodriguez||Crossing Guard||$3,822||08-08-2012|
|Emory L Coe||Crossing Guard||$3,687||02-10-2016|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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