Ronald W Bowen

Summary

Ronald W Bowen earned $73,552 in 2017 as a Maintenance Worker for Peoria Public Works.

Bowen earned more than 58.82% of employees in Peoria Public Works.

Other Maintenance Workers at Peoria Public Works

Name Position Salary Start Date
James A Clark Maintenance Worker $80,257 N/A
Robert Jackson Maintenance Worker $71,133 N/A
Marvin D Young Maintenance Worker $70,578 N/A
William F Cotelleso Maintenance Worker $70,053 N/A
Frankie L King Sr Maintenance Worker $69,653 N/A
Matthew H Savage Maintenance Worker $69,312 N/A
Raymond E Mosley Maintenance Worker $69,120 N/A
Gregory S Gudat Maintenance Worker $68,386 N/A
David A Brandstatter Maintenance Worker $68,199 N/A
Raul R Araya Maintenance Worker $68,056 N/A
Kevin S Coffey Maintenance Worker $66,884 N/A
Joshua H Hoerr Maintenance Worker $66,750 N/A
Jeffrey M Childers Maintenance Worker $66,710 N/A
Justin M Bitner Maintenance Worker $66,330 N/A
Allen B Yates Maintenance Worker $65,872 N/A
James T Abbott Maintenance Worker $65,436 N/A
Matthew E Mccarrell Maintenance Worker $65,322 N/A
Javier Murillo Maintenance Worker $65,267 N/A
Joey Cooper Maintenance Worker $64,824 N/A
Terri Zimmerman Maintenance Worker $64,461 N/A
James L Harris Maintenance Worker $64,430 N/A
John T Mcclain Maintenance Worker $60,708 N/A
Aubrey E Duncan Maintenance Worker $59,869 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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