Kena Michelle Ragle

Summary

Kena Michelle Ragle earned $23,945 in 2017 as a Judicial Court Clerk for Circuit Clerk. Ragle had worked for this employer since May 28, 2013.

Ragle earned more than 69.23% of employees in Circuit Clerk.

Employment history for Kena Michelle Ragle

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Judicial Court Clerk $23,945 Not reported 05-28-2013 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Judicial Court Clerk at Circuit Clerk in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Lori Ann Brinkley Judicial Court Clerk $25,741 08-20-2003
Jessica Nichole Crawford Judicial Court Clerk $23,520 04-06-2015
Vickie M Wright Judicial Court Clerk $23,406 07-27-2015
Kari Ann Elliott Judicial Court Clerk $23,173 01-18-2013
Jami L Metheney Judicial Court Clerk $23,173 01-25-2016
Doris J Cramer Judicial Court Clerk $23,168 08-31-2015
Jordan A Wright Judicial Court Clerk $23,129 06-20-2016
Taylor N Johnson Judicial Court Clerk $23,106 03-14-2016
Kenneth J Morgeson Judicial Court Clerk $23,084 02-16-2016
Ashley Elizabeth Castillo Judicial Court Clerk $23,068 08-23-2011
Mace Matthew Mackiewicz Judicial Court Clerk $18,029 03-13-2017
Angelina Maria Ingram Judicial Court Clerk $12,342 03-10-2017
Jakayla C.D. Daniels Judicial Court Clerk $2,166 08-24-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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