Maggie Merie Hoover
Other employees with the title Day-To-Day Sub Teacher at City Wide Education General in 2017
|Name||Position||Total Pay||Start Date|
|Nancy Jane Williams||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$114,110||05-01-1979|
|Steven Steven Sremac||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$100,305||02-05-1990|
|Shmeran Iskander Youkhana||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$97,699||03-12-1986|
|Richard S Choi||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$95,258||11-21-1988|
|Craig M Folk||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$88,592||03-11-1983|
|Gary Daniel Whitemiller||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$82,407||02-05-1990|
|Bettye Jean Smith||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$81,681||02-15-1988|
|Cassandra Washington||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$79,880||04-13-1992|
|Mary Allices Donley||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,632||08-28-2002|
|Janice Shumate-Davis||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,534||02-15-1988|
|Julieta Elvira Vodicka||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,470||09-24-1981|
|Linda Lucille Ostoich||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,442||02-05-1990|
|Sharion Smith||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,248||09-17-1984|
|Ruby Myles Lee Powell||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$78,057||09-29-1983|
|Cynthia Susan Smith||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$76,749||09-02-1985|
|William John Bergman||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$74,511||09-03-1973|
|Wesley L Depriest||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$73,635||01-30-1989|
|Kimberly Ann Jockl||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$73,393||09-07-1987|
|Natasha T Martin||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$72,940||08-29-2001|
|Artell Laverne Cooper||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$71,826||02-15-1988|
|Lisa Jean Levy||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$71,051||09-07-1987|
|Maudie Walls||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$70,860||08-20-1998|
|Maureen M Holmberg||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$68,784||01-24-2005|
|Jeanette Atlas||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$68,735||09-07-1987|
|Slavka Fager||Day-To-Day Sub Teacher||$68,302||08-19-1999|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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