Ronald J Stewart

Summary

Ronald J Stewart earned $128,341 in 2017 as a Plumber (M) for Chicago Park District Florr Crew North. Stewart had worked in this position since December 11, 1997.

Stewart earned more than 95.24% of employees in Chicago Park District Florr Crew North.

Other Plumber (M)s at Chicago Park District Florr Crew North

Name Position Salary Start Date
Dennis Mcnamara Plumber (M) $127,911 08-28-2014
William G Sershon Plumber (M) $127,875 08-06-2015
Jason A Castle Plumber (M) $127,127 07-02-2015
Mark S Prchal Plumber (M) $126,090 08-28-2014
Brian M Cooney Plumber (M) $125,925 10-07-2004
Eric Mcclairen Plumber (M) $125,809 07-02-2015
Thomas A Lowry Plumber (M) $125,699 04-03-1997
James F Kessler Plumber (M) $124,357 04-09-2012
Martin J Sullivan Plumber (M) $124,170 08-14-1991
Thomas D Sullivan Plumber (M) $123,540 07-16-2015
Joseph P Alongi Plumber (M) $123,402 11-18-2013
Kevin S Kane Plumber (M) $122,715 11-18-2013
Peter P King Plumber (M) $119,319 06-10-1996
Brian J O'Halloran Plumber (M) $119,209 01-19-2012
Johnny C Smith Plumber (M) $118,848 05-01-1989
Matthew M Mann Plumber (M) $109,902 04-09-2012
Dennis M Dalton Plumber (M) $108,152 08-14-2014
Charles F Flynn Plumber (M) $106,662 12-19-2011
Michael J Gornick Plumber (M) $106,662 11-19-1990
Tony C Glass Plumber (M) $106,662 05-10-2001

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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