Matthew Grizely Jr

Summary

Matthew Grizely Jr earned $154,962 in 2017 as a Fire Captain for Evanston Fire/Fire Suppression. Grizely Jr had worked in this position since March 11, 1992.

Grizely Jr earned more than 97.06% of employees in Evanston Fire/Fire Suppression.

Other Fire Captains at Evanston Fire/Fire Suppression

Name Position Salary Start Date
Peter A Casey Fire Captain $166,869 05-07-1984
Timothy T Taylor Fire Captain $150,996 03-14-1988
Timothy M Migon Fire Captain $139,295 09-03-2002
Peter J Casey Fire Captain $136,304 01-19-1999
Jeffrey M Boetto Fire Captain $136,181 03-01-1999
Anthony C Yee Fire Captain $132,606 05-30-2000
David S Smrha Fire Captain $130,748 02-07-2006
Michael I Goldman Fire Captain $129,398 08-13-1992
Martin A Rafacz Fire Captain $129,310 01-18-2000
Deron K Daugherty Fire Captain $125,129 02-07-2006
Michael J Mcdonnell Fire Captain $125,064 05-07-1984
Emanuel S Perrino Fire Captain $124,976 08-20-1990
Kimberly K Kull Fire Captain $124,248 05-30-2000
Douglas W Lindstrom Fire Captain $122,536 05-06-2002
Daniel J Lynch Fire Captain $117,552 03-03-2006
Damian R Bazan Fire Captain $116,236 02-29-2008
Guy J Boliaux Fire Captain $115,681 03-18-1996
Michael D Mcdermott Fire Captain $112,911 12-08-1997
Gary A Hicks Fire Captain $112,712 05-05-2003
Charles A Bednarz Fire Captain $112,180 12-06-1999
Matthew R Smith Fire Captain $110,993 02-07-2006
Michael A Perrino Fire Captain $110,826 02-07-2006
Courtney Edwards Fire Captain $110,385 08-09-2004
Michael P Jennings Fire Captain $108,636 05-05-2003
The Estate Of Ronald D Shulga Fire Captain $64,360 05-12-1987

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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