John A. Murdie

Summary

John A. Murdie earned $184,711 in 2018 as a Lieutenant for Frankfort FPD. Murdie had worked for this employer since June 18, 2008.

Murdie earned more than 95.10% of employees in Frankfort FPD.

Murdie earned more than 99.19% of employees across all Fire Protection Districts.

Employment history for John A. Murdie

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Lieutenant $118,637 $66,073 06-18-2008 2018
Lieutenant $119,588 $42,038 06-18-2008 2017

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

Comparing total pay per year

$23,085

+ 14.28%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay

-$951

-0.79%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary

$24,035

+ 57.18%
Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Lieutenant at Frankfort FPD in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Kevin A. Stanford Lieutenant $166,208 09-04-2002
Maurice Arroyo Lieutenant $162,320 04-02-2007
Nicholas O. Peters Lieutenant $161,285 09-04-2002
Brian K. Adcock Lieutenant $160,196 04-02-2007
Kevin D. Linhart Lieutenant $154,302 06-08-2004
Jose Arroyo Lieutenant $148,824 04-02-2007
Nicholas D. Sunzere Lieutenant $144,186 06-15-2009
Jeffrey M. Wander Lieutenant $144,028 06-08-2004
Michael L. Kelch Lieutenant $135,447 06-08-2004
Bernard P. Hansen Lieutenant $131,476 09-04-2002
Daniel R. Vahl Lieutenant $130,118 04-02-2007
George C. Heinen Lieutenant $124,604 04-02-2007
Joshua M. Schultz Lieutenant $122,998 04-02-2007
Daniel A. Faber Lieutenant $122,206 09-04-2002

Data year: 2018 Source coming soon

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