Patrick M Manieri


Patrick M Manieri earned $17,760 in 2017 as an Employee for Mount Prospect Park District Conservatory. Manieri had worked in this position since June 11, 2015.

Manieri earned more than 83.33% of employees in Mount Prospect Park District Conservatory.

Other Employees at Mount Prospect Park District Conservatory

Name Position Salary Start Date
James Balas Employee $57,419 10-12-1987
Geraldine F Kamm Employee $47,151 11-11-2014
Ann T Rose Employee $25,079 11-11-2015
Christine M Merkel Employee $20,050 08-23-2000
Jason M Apt Employee $9,404 05-07-2016
Judy C Untiedt Employee $8,812 09-11-2015
Richard Prosser Employee $7,787 06-13-2011
Deborah Hanrahan Employee $5,537 01-23-2017
John Czarnecki Employee $5,187 09-10-1997
Nicholas J Macina Employee $5,136 04-10-2014
Brianna E Pusey Employee $4,290 06-06-2016
Alyana Y De Leon Employee $3,926 05-13-2017
Karen K Pacey Employee $3,700 06-01-2015
Magdalena K Jasowicz Employee $3,441 05-18-2017
Jeanette M Romano Employee $2,496 06-13-2016
Samantha J Lenert Employee $1,314 09-04-2017
Lawrence J Pezen Employee $924 12-02-2005
Kristen L Charnota Employee $625 05-25-2007
Mary K Knight Employee $583 09-07-2015
Margaret A Kurka Employee $499 06-04-2014
Thomas J Rose Employee $310 06-06-2016
Joan Z Zoia Employee $258 09-01-1997
Gail D Kaczynski Employee $171 12-07-2005
Mary Drogos Employee $109 02-16-1996

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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