Other Ff/Paramedic With Bids at Joliet Fire Suppression
|Aaron Aguirre||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$148,307||N/A|
|Jimmie Yates||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$133,515||N/A|
|Anthony Rohr||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$132,123||N/A|
|Christopher O'Hara||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$131,027||N/A|
|Michael Carlin||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$130,401||N/A|
|Matthew Pasteris||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$128,364||N/A|
|Matthew Bozicevich||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$128,317||N/A|
|Stephen Rutten||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$126,241||N/A|
|David Young||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$123,383||N/A|
|Kyle Toth||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$122,917||N/A|
|Michael Schultz||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$122,833||N/A|
|Michael Parenti||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$122,432||N/A|
|Tyler Wilson||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$122,339||N/A|
|Patrick Adelmann||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$122,220||N/A|
|Jesse Oostema||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$120,632||N/A|
|Kyle Rohlfs||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$119,586||N/A|
|Conery Bruton||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$118,130||N/A|
|Adam Las||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$115,991||N/A|
|Nathan Kren||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$115,120||N/A|
|Neil Abbott||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$114,818||N/A|
|Nicholas Weiss||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$113,978||N/A|
|Eric Mccollum||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$112,587||N/A|
|Bryan Malone||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$111,820||N/A|
|Ryan Lincoln||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$110,580||N/A|
|Justin Farrar||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$105,035||N/A|
|Matthew Mckee||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$104,793||N/A|
|Mathew Vilcek||Ff/Paramedic With Bid||$94,709||N/A|
Data year: 2017 (Source)
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