Edrick S Cooper

Summary

Edrick S Cooper earned $27,769 in 2017 as a Water Meter Machinist for City of Chicago Water Management. Cooper had worked in this position since June 01, 2017.

Cooper earned more than 4.27% of employees in City of Chicago Water Management.

Other Water Meter Machinists at City of Chicago Water Management

Name Position Salary Start Date
James A Hjelmgren Water Meter Machinist $88,764 06-18-1990
Michael J O Connor Jr Water Meter Machinist $87,698 05-03-1999
Thomas A Jansky Water Meter Machinist $87,376 04-01-1993
Gary J Kolb Water Meter Machinist $86,351 09-02-1997
Wayne P Przyby Water Meter Machinist $85,633 05-03-1999
Mark A Clark Water Meter Machinist $84,605 07-06-1994
Joseph W Pfannkuche Water Meter Machinist $84,590 03-17-1982
Walter F Kubiak Water Meter Machinist $84,005 10-09-2001
James E Stroud Jr Water Meter Machinist $83,832 09-16-2004
Donald R Gordon Water Meter Machinist $83,700 05-03-1999
Martin R Olbera Sr Water Meter Machinist $83,410 11-16-1998
John F Green Water Meter Machinist $83,155 09-16-2004
Frank B Jones Jr Water Meter Machinist $83,104 05-03-1999
Eugene Johnson Iii Water Meter Machinist $73,976 10-24-2016
Harvey Anderson Water Meter Machinist $73,747 12-03-2001
Charles Jones Water Meter Machinist $73,645 10-24-2016
Willie Hill Water Meter Machinist $71,962 11-14-2016
Jamaar Whitlock Water Meter Machinist $30,672 05-11-2017
Edgar Granada Water Meter Machinist $27,741 06-01-2017
Dimas M Martinez Water Meter Machinist $27,546 06-01-2017
Lawrence D Stubbs Sr Water Meter Machinist $27,378 06-01-2017
Jose L Ochoa Water Meter Machinist $21,294 07-18-2017
Patrick L Durham Water Meter Machinist $11,935 12-16-1986

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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