Kathleen Geryol

Summary

Kathleen Geryol earned $30,544 in 2017 as a Paraprofessional for Libertyville High School.

Geryol earned more than 9.73% of employees in Libertyville High School.

Employment history for Kathleen Geryol

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Paraprofessional $30,544 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Paraprofessional at Libertyville High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Jonathan Malats Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Kevin Gorell Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Robert P Adams Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Beth Gauger Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Anthony M Jacks Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Adam C Faulkner Paraprofessional $27,674 Not reported
Alexandra Voelker Paraprofessional $27,490 Not reported
Brian M McConville Paraprofessional $27,490 Not reported
Michaela Kendzior Paraprofessional $26,863 Not reported
Mary Therese Durkin Paraprofessional $26,835 Not reported
Elizabeth Rowland Paraprofessional $26,835 Not reported
Christopher A Crawford Paraprofessional $26,835 Not reported
Michael J Kallison Paraprofessional $26,835 Not reported
Marjorie Molitor Paraprofessional $25,237 Not reported
Jorge E Tamayo Paraprofessional $21,057 Not reported
Sandra Favia Paraprofessional $11,042 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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