James Lukancic earned $140,536 in 2018 as a Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified for Fire Suppression. Lukancic had worked for this employer since May 17, 1999.
Lukancic earned more than 79.51% of employees in Fire Suppression.
Employment history for James Lukancic
|Position||Base Salary||Extra Pay||Start Date||Data year|
|Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$108,779||$38,535||Not reported||2017|
Data year: 2018 (Source)
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Other employees with the title Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified at Fire Suppression in 2018
|Name||Position||Total Pay||Start Date|
|Daniel Koerner||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$164,752||09-16-1991|
|Daniel Berta||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$163,286||07-17-1995|
|Robert Rosado||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$160,622||05-17-1999|
|Eric Kobe||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$160,207||04-06-1998|
|Paul Yanak||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$157,735||04-02-2001|
|Nick Carbaugh||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$157,407||04-02-2001|
|Matthew Ehrsam||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$154,516||04-02-2001|
|Michael Nurczyk||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$153,929||04-07-1997|
|James Batusich||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$149,237||09-09-1996|
|Joseph Vish||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$147,657||06-05-2000|
|Charles Gerl||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$146,199||04-07-1997|
|John Berta||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$145,346||04-02-2001|
|Eric Mattson||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$145,293||09-09-1996|
|James Boyd||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$142,678||04-02-2001|
|Neal Kruchten||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$142,129||07-13-1992|
|John Gallagher||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$141,900||08-02-1993|
|John Miller||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$140,934||09-09-1996|
|Timothy Chaplin||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$139,479||04-02-2001|
|Kevin Hargis||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$136,778||06-03-2002|
|Anthony Giarrante||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$134,762||04-06-1998|
|Matthew Hornbuckle||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$122,883||06-05-2000|
|Vincent French||Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified||$68,370||07-13-1992|
Data year: 2018 (Source)
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