Keith Giles

Summary

Keith Giles earned $188,164 in 2017 as a Firefighter/Paramedic for Oak Lawn.

Giles earned more than 98.44% of employees in Oak Lawn.

Other Firefighter/Paramedics at Oak Lawn

Name Position Salary Start Date
Todd B Stanford Firefighter/Paramedic $209,025 N/A
Jason P Beherns Firefighter/Paramedic $175,853 N/A
Kevin M Lynn Firefighter/Paramedic $158,405 N/A
Daniel J Grennan Firefighter/Paramedic $152,052 N/A
Christopher J Trybula Firefighter/Paramedic $151,404 N/A
Pete Kraus Firefighter/Paramedic $145,700 N/A
Joseph J Cipriani Firefighter/Paramedic $145,024 N/A
Michael J Curran Firefighter/Paramedic $144,081 N/A
Kevin A Grant Firefighter/Paramedic $138,273 N/A
William M Dearth Firefighter/Paramedic $137,935 N/A
Russell A Engel Firefighter/Paramedic $134,332 N/A
Terence P Murphy Firefighter/Paramedic $121,023 N/A
Rick E Sorley Firefighter/Paramedic $118,990 N/A
John H Goetz Firefighter/Paramedic $118,559 N/A
Bradly J Callaghan Firefighter/Paramedic $112,069 N/A
Jeffrey M Kane Firefighter/Paramedic $111,020 N/A
Paul W Hensley Firefighter/Paramedic $84,294 N/A
Ashraf S Matariyeh Firefighter/Paramedic $81,813 N/A
Andrew D Walsh Firefighter/Paramedic $49,435 N/A
Paul W Brown Firefighter/Paramedic $34,945 N/A
Robert E Lanz Firefighter/Paramedic $1,679 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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