Phillip L Lewis


Phillip L Lewis earned $16,728 in 2018 as a Corrections Officer for Coles County. Lewis had worked for this employer since September 16, 2017.

Lewis earned more than 27.41% of employees in Coles County.

Lewis earned more than 32.42% of employees across all Counties.

Employment history for Phillip L Lewis

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Corrections Officer $15,886 $842 09-16-2017 2018
Employee $10,694 $1,736 09-16-2017 2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

Comparing total pay per year


+ 34.57%
Overall Net Change in Total Pay


+ 48.55%
Overall Net Change in Base Salary


Net Change in Extra Pay

Other employees with the title Corrections Officer at Coles County in 2018

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Blake A Rennels Corrections Officer $61,806 02-20-2007
Marcie Miner Corrections Officer $56,094 07-20-2009
Brett D Kastl Corrections Officer $53,434 05-15-2006
Malik J Harrison Corrections Officer $49,712 09-16-2017
Garin L Johnson Corrections Officer $47,823 07-17-2017
William J Glidewell Corrections Officer $45,964 10-16-2017
Kristina L Baxter Corrections Officer $45,350 10-01-2011
Matthew C Rogowitz Corrections Officer $44,831 12-16-2015
Chad Wm Schwenke Corrections Officer $44,802 09-16-2017
Sean D Lang Corrections Officer $44,134 12-16-2016
William B Bilbrey Corrections Officer $43,567 10-16-2017
Samuel A Jackson Corrections Officer $40,688 01-01-2018
Hayley D Plummer Corrections Officer $35,758 01-04-2016
Dylan T Clark Corrections Officer $28,372 05-16-2018
Michael L Hall Corrections Officer $20,424 12-16-2014
James A Brown Corrections Officer $17,450 07-03-2017
Amanda M Rosine Corrections Officer $14,424 08-16-2018
Brian J Hardy Corrections Officer $13,517 09-01-2018
Danielle E Cohen Corrections Officer $624 10-16-2017

Data year: 2018 (Source)

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