Kathleen Schroeder

Summary

Kathleen Schroeder earned $17,743 in 2017 as a Cts Personal Trainers for Elmhurst Park District. Schroeder had worked in this position since January 18, 1985.

Schroeder earned more than 85.94% of employees in Elmhurst Park District.

Other Cts Personal Trainerss at Elmhurst Park District

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kelly Mcfadden Cts Personal Trainers $15,952 07-23-2015
Sharlyne Rivera Cts Personal Trainers $10,874 08-17-2015
Stephen Brennan Cts Personal Trainers $9,904 06-12-2015
Jennifer Hoger Cts Personal Trainers $9,616 07-22-2016
Kevin Mcshea Cts Personal Trainers $8,634 12-10-2015
Patricia Graziano Cts Personal Trainers $7,695 06-30-2014
Erik Gutekunst Cts Personal Trainers $5,438 04-02-2001
Samantha Olson Cts Personal Trainers $4,840 01-23-2017
Matthew Pechanio Cts Personal Trainers $4,576 08-29-2016
Karen Augustyn Cts Personal Trainers $4,538 10-09-1974
Jacqueline Jones Cts Personal Trainers $2,451 11-15-2005
Jeffrey Babbe Cts Personal Trainers $2,101 09-08-2017
Susan Slavin Cts Personal Trainers $1,897 07-29-2014
Paul Shirk Cts Personal Trainers $1,521 08-17-2017
Tamara Homolka Cts Personal Trainers $1,396 09-25-2017
Adam Jablonski Cts Personal Trainers $808 07-16-2015
Christine Hasler Cts Personal Trainers $728 09-05-2000
Courtney Navarro Cts Personal Trainers $593 01-10-2013
Mark Sabatino Cts Personal Trainers $469 10-29-2014
Jerry Newman Cts Personal Trainers $62 05-05-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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