John Ambrose

Summary

John Ambrose earned $24,703 in 2017 as a Truck Driver for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Ambrose had worked in this position since August 30, 2017.

Ambrose earned more than 3.89% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.

Other Truck Drivers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Marc Jones Truck Driver $88,679 09-11-2013
Dennys Mendez Truck Driver $87,032 01-08-2014
John Zirbes Truck Driver $85,313 05-10-1993
Jason Fennell Truck Driver $84,700 01-27-2016
John Poulos Truck Driver $79,981 12-23-2002
Keith Zirbes Truck Driver $79,866 05-23-1994
Ronald Cunico Truck Driver $79,859 01-27-2016
Melvin Mendez Truck Driver $79,620 06-23-2008
Anthony Alvarez Truck Driver $79,127 04-30-1997
Dale William Polak Truck Driver $78,975 05-13-2013
Robert Miller Truck Driver $78,619 09-11-2000
William Mateja Truck Driver $78,504 08-18-2003
Thomas Castro Truck Driver $78,443 05-08-2013
Kory Lambert Truck Driver $78,284 01-07-2013
Gina Nutting Truck Driver $78,161 04-02-2001
Daniel Dougherty Truck Driver $77,829 04-06-2005
Earvin Tate Truck Driver $77,483 01-15-2014
Marc Hayes Truck Driver $77,181 01-21-1998
Eric Jones Truck Driver $77,124 04-14-2008
Hollis Hall Truck Driver $76,856 08-22-2005
Ephraim Lee Truck Driver $75,971 07-16-2007
Michael Williams Truck Driver $75,897 05-30-2007
Michael Doran Truck Driver $75,443 06-29-2015
Daniel Feeney Truck Driver $32,967 05-12-1997
Dann Grillo Truck Driver $20,383 01-03-1990
Brian Keohane Truck Driver $47 05-06-1997

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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