Maureen Scorsone


Maureen Scorsone earned $1,196 in 2017 as a Crossing Guard for Northbrook Pol. Scorsone had worked in this position since August 15, 2017.

Scorsone earned more than 3.36% of employees in Northbrook Pol.

Other Crossing Guards at Northbrook Pol

Name Position Salary Start Date
Janet R Hutchings Crossing Guard $19,651 08-01-1999
Gurdave Singh Crossing Guard $15,339 09-21-2012
Leeroy C Sr Wach Crossing Guard $14,470 12-01-2012
Randall Anderson Crossing Guard $14,025 06-30-2008
Norma Severn Crossing Guard $13,347 05-28-2013
Debra Christensen Crossing Guard $12,477 09-21-2012
Lee Wilson Crossing Guard $11,773 10-14-2014
Denise A Jasso Crossing Guard $11,160 08-25-2014
Lee Parrilli Crossing Guard $9,283 10-20-2014
Diana R Spatz Crossing Guard $8,957 06-30-2008
Lorraine Kroll Crossing Guard $8,769 08-27-2013
Joseph Galardi Crossing Guard $8,651 08-01-2011
Donald Lavalle Crossing Guard $8,627 08-27-2013
Barbara K Fischler Crossing Guard $7,712 09-07-2000
Julia M Ash Crossing Guard $7,511 09-29-2000
Vince M Scorsone Crossing Guard $6,254 11-08-2016
Dennis T Butler Crossing Guard $6,136 10-27-2008
Gerald I Paluch Crossing Guard $5,531 04-29-2002
Victoria L Willard Crossing Guard $5,521 09-13-2005
Susan Anetsberger Crossing Guard $5,370 06-30-2008
Robert P Chrobak Crossing Guard $4,397 09-30-2009
Ethel Severn Crossing Guard $1,361 08-11-2015
Arkady Gavrilov Crossing Guard $759 09-21-2012
Carol Alvarado Crossing Guard $339 10-12-2017
John Alvarado Crossing Guard $223 09-06-2017
David Bussher Crossing Guard $210 08-27-2013

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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