Nathan Gober


Nathan Gober earned $17,911 in 2017 as a Fitness Specialist for Buffalo Grove Park District Bg Fitness Center. Gober had worked in this position since September 24, 2014.

Gober earned more than 87.83% of employees in Buffalo Grove Park District Bg Fitness Center.

Other Fitness Specialists at Buffalo Grove Park District Bg Fitness Center

Name Position Salary Start Date
Kirk Herrig Fitness Specialist $14,831 02-01-2017
Mario Gomez Fitness Specialist $13,368 01-26-2014
Jeffrey Kosanovich Fitness Specialist $9,147 12-02-2015
Brian Lee Fitness Specialist $7,646 12-13-2016
Nicholas Webb Fitness Specialist $5,754 09-20-2015
Daniel Lorenz Fitness Specialist $2,879 06-15-2017
Dawn Scheuerman Fitness Specialist $2,851 01-07-2016
Anton Abbatiello Fitness Specialist $2,412 07-25-2017
Christopher Lee Fitness Specialist $2,203 02-03-2016
Ian Harris Fitness Specialist $2,194 08-16-2006
Timothy W Comes Fitness Specialist $2,037 09-14-2005
Matthew Burton Fitness Specialist $1,706 05-06-2016
Bradley Bacci Fitness Specialist $1,673 01-14-2017
Andrew Kim Fitness Specialist $1,500 12-20-2016
Scott Muttilainen Fitness Specialist $1,218 10-17-2017
Max Smith Fitness Specialist $1,044 09-01-2011
Katarzyna Pilat Fitness Specialist $880 05-22-2017
Seth Harris Fitness Specialist $654 10-29-2012
Felix Garcia Fitness Specialist $578 09-24-2017
Kent Lee Fitness Specialist $335 07-09-2017
Christopher Tran Fitness Specialist $208 06-05-2017
Eric Moritz Fitness Specialist $90 12-09-2017
Armando Santilli Fitness Specialist $26 09-09-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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