Patricia Parrish

Summary

Patricia Parrish earned $73,900 in 2017 as a Business Services Representative for Illinois Secretary Of State.

Parrish earned more than 88.01% of employees in Illinois Secretary Of State.

Other Business Services Representatives at Illinois Secretary Of State

Name Position Salary Start Date
Sean Brennan Business Services Representative $78,900 N/A
Kenneth G Dixon Business Services Representative $78,300 N/A
Wendie Dobbins Business Services Representative $75,700 N/A
Carla P Black Business Services Representative $70,800 N/A
Eileen M Richmond Business Services Representative $65,900 N/A
Louise M Valentin Business Services Representative $64,800 N/A
Kari Kaye Christine Business Services Representative $58,300 N/A
Lewel M Sullivan Business Services Representative $52,300 N/A
Jennie M Young Business Services Representative $51,500 N/A
Joseph B Grimm Business Services Representative $50,000 N/A
Rhonda L Yokem Business Services Representative $48,200 N/A
George S Ignarski Business Services Representative $45,700 N/A
Susan Fu Business Services Representative $45,300 N/A
Sandra Haynes Business Services Representative $41,200 N/A
Hernandez Arn Tubens Business Services Representative $40,200 N/A
Andrew G Brown Business Services Representative $39,500 N/A
Jeannie M Mort Business Services Representative $39,400 N/A
Shelly M Lee Business Services Representative $38,700 N/A
Barbara E Daugherty Business Services Representative $37,800 N/A
Nora O'Hara Business Services Representative $35,800 N/A
Robyn A Vandeventer Business Services Representative $35,600 N/A
Rhea Rucker Business Services Representative $32,400 N/A
Frances M Strong Business Services Representative $30,500 N/A
Valerie Lambert Business Services Representative $13,900 N/A
Denise E Sternberg Business Services Representative $3,500 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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