Juan A. Felix

Summary

Juan A. Felix earned $10,261 in 2017 as a Line Cook for Wheaton Park District. Felix had worked in this position since April 04, 2017.

Felix earned more than 79.00% of employees in Wheaton Park District.

Other Line Cooks at Wheaton Park District

Name Position Salary Start Date
Rolando Garcia Line Cook $29,356 05-01-2006
Alejandro Xochitecatl Line Cook $29,087 04-03-2007
Katy E. Sullivan Line Cook $24,040 02-16-2011
Aurelio Montiel Line Cook $24,026 09-23-2010
Pedro Nieto Line Cook $22,444 01-13-2016
Peter S. Bischoff Line Cook $20,360 05-09-2013
Javier Ortiz Line Cook $20,149 07-26-2016
Chinnakon Suwannawong Line Cook $17,371 04-19-2016
Robert S. Garbacz Line Cook $12,756 04-04-2017
Jose C. De Latorre Alvarado Line Cook $12,357 07-21-2016
Thu G. Truong Line Cook $10,778 07-01-2016
Lourdes M. Blanco Line Cook $10,231 09-13-2016
Jose A. Hernandez Line Cook $9,288 05-19-2011
Trinh T. Bui Line Cook $7,043 11-10-2016
Francisco J. Lopez Line Cook $6,524 08-22-2014
Armando Carrillo Line Cook $6,183 08-05-2017
Omar Juarez-Quezada Line Cook $5,687 03-15-2017
Stuart R. Deckert Line Cook $4,455 06-22-2017
Juan M. Cuautle Line Cook $4,249 04-04-2015
Kevin W. Holbrook Line Cook $4,131 04-13-2016
Alfredo R. Gomez Line Cook $3,836 10-26-2016
Bret W. Guild Line Cook $3,033 04-03-2017
Patricia Cervantes Line Cook $2,967 10-16-2017
Joseph W. Wegner Line Cook $1,932 04-06-2013
Kweli A. Cheek Line Cook $884 03-27-2017
Felipe Garcia Line Cook $384 05-01-2017
Roberto Araos Line Cook $312 03-04-2017
Gabrielle J. Domena Line Cook $94 03-23-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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