Herbert L Ray

Summary

Herbert L Ray earned $1,630 in 2017 as a Hourly for Cw Sports And Facilities Mgmt. Ray has worked in this position since October 09, 1974.

Ray earned more than 19.71% of employees in Cw Sports And Facilities Mgmt.

Employment history for Herbert L Ray

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Hourly $1,630 Not reported 10-09-1974 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Hourly at Cw Sports And Facilities Mgmt in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Mark John Kinsella Hourly $77,141 01-30-1989
David O Blancas Espino Hourly $52,506 08-25-2014
Kristin Moore Hourly $40,227 08-29-2006
Gabriela Anna Jaramillo Hourly $28,841 11-23-1992
Alain M. Dillon Hourly $25,751 09-26-2014
Arnell B Seifer Hourly $25,718 08-31-2005
Deandre D Evans Hourly $19,452 07-23-2010
Julius Carter Hourly $18,170 07-02-2007
Arianna Farias Hourly $17,192 11-30-2015
Carlos Ceja Hourly $15,142 12-11-2006
Juan Arango Hourly $15,142 02-02-2017
Cristina N. Siepel Hourly $13,106 10-30-2013
Kevin L McCray Hourly $12,949 08-28-2002
Benjamin J. McCall Hourly $12,154 09-30-2014
Kennith Rogers Hourly $12,154 01-26-2004
Geovanni F Morales Hourly $12,058 12-13-2016
Tytianna Powell Hourly $12,034 04-15-2016
Cynthia Bedolla Hourly $11,596 08-29-2012
Christopher Butz Hourly $11,151 06-20-2016
Derrick Hunter Hourly $11,151 11-07-2006
Craig A. Dovich Hourly $11,131 09-16-2016
Lisandra B. Vazquez Hourly $11,100 05-30-2017
Candida Medina Hourly $10,454 08-27-2008
Geoffrey W Ruttenberg Hourly $10,128 03-04-2015
Jessica A. Ryan Hourly $10,128 10-02-2012

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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