John L Sullivan

Summary

John L Sullivan earned $24,558 in 2017 as a Ptt Court Officer for Lake County.

Sullivan earned more than 14.69% of employees in Lake County.

Other Ptt Court Officers at Lake County

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kyle J Brown Ptt Court Officer $114,143 N/A
Lisa M Covington Ptt Court Officer $63,629 N/A
Jeffrey Ross Ptt Court Officer $24,767 N/A
Stevan R Georgevich Ptt Court Officer $22,545 N/A
Robert C Lyons Ptt Court Officer $22,176 N/A
Randy R Vorderstrasse Ptt Court Officer $22,128 N/A
Joseph R Krakora Ptt Court Officer $21,202 N/A
Jerome E Libit Ptt Court Officer $21,057 N/A
Paul D Zacharias Ptt Court Officer $20,526 N/A
Jan M Fischer Ptt Court Officer $20,423 N/A
Leopold J Seme Ptt Court Officer $18,960 N/A
Nathan S Koehn Ptt Court Officer $17,706 N/A
Charles E Lyons Ptt Court Officer $17,506 N/A
Charles E Antol Ptt Court Officer $17,415 N/A
Israel Pacheco Ptt Court Officer $16,315 N/A
Olander Warner Ptt Court Officer $16,298 N/A
David Sabourin Ptt Court Officer $13,054 N/A
Martin E Smith Ptt Court Officer $12,489 N/A
Ricky D Hamm Ptt Court Officer $12,430 N/A
Joseph M Rajcevich Ptt Court Officer $12,121 N/A
Jeffrey L Lowery Ptt Court Officer $11,514 N/A
Randall M Pietrowski Ptt Court Officer $11,157 N/A
Nicole Carreon Ptt Court Officer $10,626 N/A
Dennis J Kehrer Ptt Court Officer $9,606 N/A
Eddie Hicks Ptt Court Officer $6,218 N/A
Pablo H Martinez Ptt Court Officer $5,407 N/A
Shawn T White Ptt Court Officer $5,159 N/A
Michael J Degiulio Ptt Court Officer $2,864 N/A
Ronald Greenberg Ptt Court Officer $2,738 N/A
Michael J Strentz Ptt Court Officer $2,585 N/A
Stephanie M Barry Ptt Court Officer $2,532 N/A
Kevin A Harkin Ptt Court Officer $1,992 N/A
Jose J Mayorquin Ptt Court Officer $863 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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