John V Escobedo


John V Escobedo earned $88,899 in 2017 as a Machinist for City of Chicago Water Management. Escobedo had worked in this position since September 01, 1988.

Escobedo earned more than 46.14% of employees in City of Chicago Water Management.

Other Machinists at City of Chicago Water Management

Name Position Salary Start Date
Rafael Sauceda Jr Machinist $156,319 06-23-2008
Tim B Saffran Machinist $153,670 06-02-1997
John Connelly Machinist $152,295 11-16-1998
Richard J Figiel Machinist $151,345 08-05-1991
Ronald J Podgorski Machinist $149,247 12-14-1993
Donald E Molenstra Machinist $146,686 05-17-1999
Michael J Cody Machinist $127,419 06-20-1984
Sean M Mc Ginnis Machinist $126,420 10-01-1993
Richard A Boyle Machinist $124,729 06-01-1994
David M Kozlowski Machinist $111,986 07-03-1989
Jerry Kuzniar Machinist $97,415 08-11-1988
Thomas Stockover Machinist $97,150 02-04-1991
James A Smiles Machinist $96,779 09-28-1981
Claude O Thompson Machinist $96,779 10-01-1990
Gary J Fontanetta Machinist $96,779 08-09-1982
Charles E Robinson Machinist $96,715 06-28-2004
William J Marrero Machinist $96,084 10-04-2004
Richard D Spear Machinist $88,646 12-30-1998
George Paleologos Machinist $80,950 07-01-2008
Davida Fineman Machinist $47,741 12-01-1992
Robert Allen Machinist $11,472 10-01-1990

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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