Gregory L Williams

Summary

Gregory L Williams earned $160,325 in 2017 as a Supervising Fire Communications Operator for City of Chicago Office Of Emerg Communications. Williams had worked in this position since June 17, 1985.

Williams earned more than 99.74% of employees in City of Chicago Office Of Emerg Communications.

Other Supervising Fire Communications Operators at City of Chicago Office Of Emerg Communications

Name Position Salary Start Date
Peter M Dakuras Supervising Fire Communications Operator $149,546 05-18-1987
Michael T Leonard Supervising Fire Communications Operator $147,848 05-18-1987
Janet Washington Reed Supervising Fire Communications Operator $147,147 06-01-1992
Robert J Rose Supervising Fire Communications Operator $143,832 05-27-1997
Gerald T Hart Supervising Fire Communications Operator $141,245 05-18-1987
William M Canning Jr Supervising Fire Communications Operator $141,164 12-16-1996
Robert Danaher Supervising Fire Communications Operator $137,485 03-16-1982
Mathew S Tokarz Supervising Fire Communications Operator $137,466 05-24-1993
Daniel P O Donnell Supervising Fire Communications Operator $136,421 05-18-1987
Timothy G Bingham Supervising Fire Communications Operator $130,330 07-03-1989

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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