Laura Jonasen

Summary

Laura Jonasen earned $47,240 in 2017 as an Employee for Prairie Grove.

Jonasen earned more than 95.45% of employees in Prairie Grove.

Other Employees at Prairie Grove

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kim Minor Employee $57,735 N/A
Joshua M. Singer Employee $53,581 N/A
Jesse T. Walkington Employee $42,361 N/A
Antonio Colatorti Employee $28,937 N/A
Jeff Pokorney Employee $28,704 N/A
Steven R. Pirtle Employee $28,704 N/A
Vincent J. Cruz Employee $26,358 N/A
Michael P. Freese Employee $22,845 N/A
Beth K. Robak Employee $12,627 N/A
Randal L. Olson Employee $11,727 N/A
Ronald L. Lyons Employee $10,416 N/A
Juanita S. Gumble Employee $10,367 N/A
Jason M. Demark Employee $9,288 N/A
Kenneth D. Caudle Employee $7,987 N/A
Joseph R. Fuller Employee $5,670 N/A
Mario P. Giannini Employee $4,570 N/A
Tim Carone Employee $4,522 N/A
Teodoro Vargas Employee $4,503 N/A
Roy P. Cipri Employee $3,662 N/A
David K. Robak Employee $3,500 N/A
Stanley C. Duda Employee $2,583 N/A
Samuel A. Jacobs Employee $2,559 N/A
Charlotte Kremer Employee $2,500 N/A
Paula Dorion-Gray Employee $2,500 N/A
Lisa Behm Employee $2,500 N/A
Robert L. Humphries Employee $2,434 N/A
Michael E. Breseman Employee $2,292 N/A
David F. Underwood Employee $1,667 N/A
Scot A. Gillespie Employee $1,397 N/A
Darec P. Kleczka Employee $1,166 N/A
James J. Lenihan Employee $1,100 N/A
William R. Ii Baudin Employee $638 N/A
Everett Pratt Employee $625 N/A
Gregory A. Schneider Employee $608 N/A
Mike Magnussen Employee $400 N/A
Edward Radwanski Employee $400 N/A
Jean L. Smith Employee $358 N/A
Andrew J. Mickan Employee $297 N/A
Peter Davies Employee $250 N/A
Todd W. Price Employee $100 N/A
Bob Saley Employee $100 N/A
Ryon Yemm Employee $100 N/A
Bob Gray Employee $100 N/A
Sean P. Eby Employee $50 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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