Mary B Credi

Summary

Mary B Credi earned $73,700 in 2017 as a Managerial Assistant Ii for Illinois Secretary Of State.

Credi earned more than 87.96% of employees in Illinois Secretary Of State.

Other Managerial Assistant Iis at Illinois Secretary Of State

Name Position Salary Start Date
Gary Lazzerini Managerial Assistant Ii $89,300 N/A
Victoria A Caves Managerial Assistant Ii $83,100 N/A
Janice Sue Beyers Managerial Assistant Ii $70,600 N/A
Melissa Kleingartner Managerial Assistant Ii $70,100 N/A
Angela L Inghram Managerial Assistant Ii $65,000 N/A
Jeffrey L Bowker Managerial Assistant Ii $62,700 N/A
Jeanne L Urbanek Managerial Assistant Ii $60,200 N/A
Gregory A Patterson Managerial Assistant Ii $58,900 N/A
Kristine M Boswell Managerial Assistant Ii $58,600 N/A
Lori C A Roberts Managerial Assistant Ii $58,500 N/A
Louis J Hannig Managerial Assistant Ii $56,300 N/A
Jeffrey M Swaney Managerial Assistant Ii $56,200 N/A
Katerina A Olifiruk Managerial Assistant Ii $56,200 N/A
Nicole A Eastling Managerial Assistant Ii $52,100 N/A
Joseph C Cimarossa Managerial Assistant Ii $51,800 N/A
Reginald S Jones Managerial Assistant Ii $50,100 N/A
Keith E Niewohner Managerial Assistant Ii $49,400 N/A
Garret J Selinger Managerial Assistant Ii $49,400 N/A
Michael J Block Managerial Assistant Ii $48,900 N/A
Susan Mickie Managerial Assistant Ii $46,700 N/A
Joseph A Wood Managerial Assistant Ii $46,500 N/A
Bernard E Taylor Managerial Assistant Ii $46,200 N/A
Barbara J Davidson Managerial Assistant Ii $42,100 N/A
Rebecca Gail Tipps Managerial Assistant Ii $39,700 N/A
Lindsey K Doyle Managerial Assistant Ii $31,400 N/A
Daniel J Pellegrino Managerial Assistant Ii $15,600 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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