Patrick K Alblinger


Patrick K Alblinger earned $78,575 in 2017 as a Deputy Sheriff for Vermilion County Sheriff. Alblinger had worked in this position since March 25, 1986.

Alblinger earned more than 95.12% of employees in Vermilion County Sheriff.

Other Deputy Sheriffs at Vermilion County Sheriff

Name Position Salary Start Date
Walter C. Leverich Jr Deputy Sheriff $68,756 06-01-1992
Tye M Pasquale Deputy Sheriff $68,707 06-18-2012
Thomas A Cruppenink Deputy Sheriff $66,960 05-01-1996
Brad L. Norton Deputy Sheriff $64,408 05-08-2000
Douglas R Showers Deputy Sheriff $62,379 09-01-2008
Jay A. Miller Deputy Sheriff $60,115 09-08-2004
Jonathan David Haley Deputy Sheriff $59,893 09-27-2013
Kyle S Huckstadt Deputy Sheriff $59,280 06-14-2006
Jeffery Allen Bozarth Deputy Sheriff $59,239 03-29-2004
Sean Patrick Jones Deputy Sheriff $59,229 12-19-2007
Arik D Bruens Deputy Sheriff $58,969 08-04-2012
Ryan Alan Wells Deputy Sheriff $57,755 08-25-2003
James M Wright Deputy Sheriff $57,334 03-03-2008
Benjamin L Gardner Deputy Sheriff $56,741 12-21-2010
Ryan J. Goodner Deputy Sheriff $56,636 09-06-2004
Jordan Anthony Barney Deputy Sheriff $56,305 01-04-2015
Sean David Nicholson Deputy Sheriff $56,265 01-03-2015
Christopher D Turner Deputy Sheriff $56,049 01-02-2015
Branden G Smith Deputy Sheriff $55,252 01-08-2016
Kyle R Janesky Deputy Sheriff $55,158 12-15-2008
Casey J Hahne Deputy Sheriff $55,081 09-26-2015
Nickole A Roach Deputy Sheriff $55,077 08-14-2012
Jesse Eugene Roach Deputy Sheriff $54,964 09-29-2014
Peter Michael Miller Deputy Sheriff $54,450 11-10-2008
Adam Lee Watson Deputy Sheriff $54,334 10-31-2008
Cody A Steeples Deputy Sheriff $53,451 10-05-2015
Seth Tyler Moody Deputy Sheriff $50,570 11-28-2009
Zachary Leon Davis Deputy Sheriff $49,914 11-17-2011
Amy Marie Kobus Deputy Sheriff $16,864 08-11-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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