Jesse G Dorner

Summary

Jesse G Dorner earned $24,661 in 2017 as an Animal Services Officer for Winnebago County Animal Services. Dorner had worked in this position since January 09, 2017.

Dorner earned more than 37.21% of employees in Winnebago County Animal Services.

Other Animal Services Officers at Winnebago County Animal Services

Name Position Salary Start Date
Christopher D Foster Animal Services Officer $50,248 10-26-2015
Ryan M Moore Animal Services Officer $47,606 05-23-2016
Roxanne L Kjellgren Animal Services Officer $46,977 12-19-2012
Scott M Rogers Animal Services Officer $43,772 11-28-2016
Mark A Johnson Animal Services Officer $40,981 09-21-2010
Allison D Lee Animal Services Officer $36,773 02-27-2017
Royal D Wurm Animal Services Officer $30,948 05-25-2012
Timothy R Mcwilliams Animal Services Officer $29,691 04-03-2017
Jenna J Dziewior Animal Services Officer $20,940 11-14-2016
Christopher G Lewis Animal Services Officer $9,279 08-15-2017
Troy N Taylor Animal Services Officer $7,349 03-13-2017
Robert A Lieb Animal Services Officer $6,567 09-14-2015
Steven L Abbott Animal Services Officer $4,802 11-10-2014
Damian E Sundly Animal Services Officer $4,557 10-23-2017
Amy L Sommerfield Animal Services Officer $2,257 04-20-2015
Jasmine T Meneweather Animal Services Officer $617 12-11-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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