Michael M Doherty

Summary

Michael M Doherty earned $114,156 in 2017 as an Electrician for Cook County Dept. Of Facilities/Mgmt. Doherty had worked in this position since October 11, 1994.

Doherty earned more than 98.49% of employees in Cook County Dept. Of Facilities/Mgmt.

Other Electricians at Cook County Dept. Of Facilities/Mgmt

Name Position Salary Start Date
Timothy J Carney Electrician $102,089 04-15-1998
Patrick G Mc Guire Electrician $100,233 06-08-1998
Daniel J Mc Erlean Electrician $99,135 06-23-2008
Steve D Stampley Electrician $98,453 08-18-2008
Samuel Reed Electrician $98,159 09-23-2013
Jeffrey M Webber Electrician $97,801 06-14-2004
James Burns Electrician $97,686 05-10-2010
Daniel M Sheehan Electrician $97,237 06-18-2012
Ronald Lewis Electrician $96,987 06-14-2004
Roy J Day Electrician $96,653 03-11-2013
Arthur P Rowan Electrician $96,534 11-03-2014
Thomas C Dennehy Electrician $96,511 05-24-1999
James M Lynch Jr Electrician $96,383 04-26-1999
Sean D Thomas Electrician $96,269 04-18-2016
James D Ethell Jr Electrician $96,130 12-22-2008
Sean M Ryan Electrician $95,992 01-14-2013
Anthony R Lapapa Electrician $95,992 04-22-2013
Bobby Jude Jr Electrician $95,992 06-23-2008
Beatrice J Thompson Electrician $95,992 05-11-1998
Timothy W Andersen Electrician $95,992 07-01-2013
Jamon D Green Electrician $95,623 10-17-2016
Kyle P Schleyer Electrician $94,886 10-03-2016
Thomas J Wardynski Electrician $92,926 08-12-2013
Daniel T Leahy Electrician $88,985 08-13-2012
Edward J Davis Electrician $88,234 06-14-2004
Massimo Grassano Electrician $84,549 11-17-2014

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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