Jesus R Lopez

Summary

Jesus R Lopez earned $16,114 in 2017 as a Steamfitter for City of Chicago Water Management. Lopez had worked in this position since November 06, 2017.

Lopez earned more than 2.47% of employees in City of Chicago Water Management.

Other Steamfitters at City of Chicago Water Management

Name Position Salary Start Date
Fredrick Meriweather Steamfitter $116,856 10-20-2010
Kevin A Mueller Steamfitter $111,150 11-16-1990
Bernard J Graczyk Steamfitter $111,074 10-07-2013
Raymond Mc Bride Steamfitter $110,462 10-26-2004
Paul Boban Steamfitter $109,006 12-14-2015
Bela M Csongradi Steamfitter $108,507 11-18-2013
Edward Goodman Steamfitter $106,645 12-09-2015
Robert J Dykes Steamfitter $102,426 10-26-2004
Jesus Guevara Steamfitter $101,674 12-27-2005
Nathan J Kankowske Steamfitter $101,354 10-08-2013
Miguel A Romero Steamfitter $101,146 07-24-2000
Michael J Mc Ginty Steamfitter $101,116 07-20-1994
Joseph J Chappetto Steamfitter $100,368 08-09-2004
Joseph Smith Steamfitter $99,406 12-10-2015
Ughinga Williams Steamfitter $98,028 05-17-1999
Anthony M Miller Steamfitter $93,409 10-07-2013
Edmund J Enright Steamfitter $89,170 08-08-2000
Lawrence K Morrin Steamfitter $82,840 07-17-2000
Jeffrey Lempa Steamfitter $74,326 03-21-2017
James Civito Steamfitter $74,124 03-20-2017
Cesar I Acosta Steamfitter $68,780 04-07-2017
Paul M O'Donnell Steamfitter $43,463 11-16-2009
Kyle Joyce Steamfitter $11,685 11-06-2017
Roger J Usher Steamfitter $11,020 10-17-1994
Francisco Juarez Steamfitter $6,021 11-27-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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