John Miller

Summary

John Miller earned $150,800 in 2017 as a Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified for Joliet Fire Suppression.

Miller earned more than 89.80% of employees in Joliet Fire Suppression.

Other Fire Lt/24Hr-Certifieds at Joliet Fire Suppression

Name Position Salary Start Date
Robert Rosado Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $160,380 N/A
Eric Mattson Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $153,728 N/A
Neal Kruchten Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $150,115 N/A
Daniel Berta Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $150,026 N/A
Timothy Chaplin Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $148,362 N/A
John Gallagher Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $147,805 N/A
Matthew Ehrsam Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $147,355 N/A
James Lukancic Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $147,314 N/A
Daniel Koerner Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $143,630 N/A
Paul Yanak Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $141,946 N/A
Eric Kobe Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $140,752 N/A
John Berta Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $137,165 N/A
Nick Carbaugh Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $135,635 N/A
Charles Gerl Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $133,787 N/A
Vincent French Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $133,639 N/A
Joseph Vish Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $132,564 N/A
James Batusich Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $132,347 N/A
Michael Nurczyk Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $129,264 N/A
James Boyd Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $128,416 N/A
Kevin Hargis Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $120,293 N/A
Shawn Carroll Fire Lt/24Hr-Certified $102,256 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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