Errika A Stiltner

Summary

Errika A Stiltner earned $23,601 in 2017 as a Court Security Officer for Lake County.

Stiltner earned more than 14.34% of employees in Lake County.

Other Court Security Officers at Lake County

Name Position Salary Start Date
Alexander D Dador Court Security Officer $101,962 N/A
Alan Perley Court Security Officer $56,017 N/A
Robert J Webber Court Security Officer $53,815 N/A
Dennis Mason Court Security Officer $53,548 N/A
Jerry E Havel Court Security Officer $53,424 N/A
Paul W Werfelmann Court Security Officer $50,704 N/A
Craig R Luedtke Court Security Officer $50,625 N/A
David J Munding Court Security Officer $50,420 N/A
Michael R Johnson Court Security Officer $50,032 N/A
Michael J Shannon Court Security Officer $49,542 N/A
Melvin E Soltwisch Court Security Officer $48,895 N/A
Michael G Lebak Court Security Officer $48,792 N/A
Roy J Mccommons Court Security Officer $48,101 N/A
Jose A Herrera Court Security Officer $48,019 N/A
Daniel A August Court Security Officer $46,374 N/A
Karl Scheel Court Security Officer $46,346 N/A
Glenn R Nelson Court Security Officer $45,935 N/A
Meagan M Elrod Court Security Officer $36,037 N/A
Christoper A Butler Court Security Officer $16,671 N/A
Rachel Renee Hamm Court Security Officer $12,831 N/A
Eric M Mejias Court Security Officer $7,953 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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