Jeffrey L Tadder


Jeffrey L Tadder earned $193,427 in 2017 as a Fire Lieutenant for Naperville. Tadder had worked in this position since May 20, 1991.

Tadder earned more than 100.00% of employees in Naperville.

Other Fire Lieutenants at Naperville

Name Position Salary Start Date
Stephen W Licht Fire Lieutenant $165,801 11-16-1992
Brian J Michor Fire Lieutenant $144,126 11-04-1991
James A Perkovich Fire Lieutenant $143,150 02-26-2001
Stephen J Shink Fire Lieutenant $138,562 02-26-2001
Michael K Jost Fire Lieutenant $137,983 01-31-2000
Steven A Hinze Fire Lieutenant $131,699 12-01-1986
Michael Landers Fire Lieutenant $130,902 01-03-1994
Scott R Bolda Fire Lieutenant $130,139 04-24-2000
William J Kostelny Fire Lieutenant $129,388 03-31-2003
Barry G Eggers Fire Lieutenant $129,314 12-01-1986
Gilbert Cortez Fire Lieutenant $128,553 11-14-1994
James Harding Fire Lieutenant $127,289 01-03-1994
John R Sergeant Fire Lieutenant $126,323 02-26-2001
Michael J Ryan Fire Lieutenant $126,113 02-26-2001
Jason L Briones Fire Lieutenant $125,424 01-05-1998
Michael Dunning Fire Lieutenant $124,754 01-03-1994
Juletta Lewis Fire Lieutenant $123,945 04-17-1995
Howard Mason Fire Lieutenant $123,071 01-03-1994
Kevin Schuler Fire Lieutenant $122,886 04-17-1995
David White Fire Lieutenant $122,236 01-03-1994
Robert P Holliger Fire Lieutenant $120,824 11-16-1992
Allen B Katona Fire Lieutenant $118,003 01-27-1997
Christopher Brazzale Fire Lieutenant $117,793 01-03-1994
Jeremiah W Adeszko Fire Lieutenant $115,835 09-20-2004
Burton Chaet Fire Lieutenant $111,782 04-17-1995
Daniel F Donahoe Fire Lieutenant $110,054 10-03-2005
Jeffrey W Byerhof Fire Lieutenant $90,199 01-03-1983
Melissa J McGovern Fire Lieutenant $42,385 10-02-1989

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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