Russell W Hayles

Summary

Russell W Hayles earned $80,730 in 2017 as a Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor for DuPage County Sheriff Office. Hayles had worked in this position since October 12, 2011.

Hayles earned more than 48.86% of employees in DuPage County Sheriff Office.

Other Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cors at DuPage County Sheriff Office

Name Position Salary Start Date
Donald A Marcell Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $160,230 08-10-1989
Joseph Sipari Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $154,414 08-05-1991
Desiree D Reed Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $153,007 10-01-1993
Robert J Putnam Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $129,004 12-15-1992
Joyce C Szymaniak Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $112,787 01-07-1991
Leo W Penkala Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $110,941 08-05-1991
Nicholas W Johnson Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $105,726 01-19-1999
Marissa L Greco Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $101,271 04-12-1999
Nancy Job Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $100,700 02-28-2000
Keith R Johnson Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $97,410 07-14-2003
Angela M Cogdell Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $92,366 10-05-2009
Quiana M Odom Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $90,633 04-26-2010
Jaime S Lapato Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $88,372 07-25-2011
Kelly A Oconnor-Salutric Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $78,017 11-04-2011
Randy A Novak Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $77,246 10-17-2011
Victor P Sanchez Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $76,559 02-04-2015
Timothy C Kleckner Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $76,197 05-17-2007
Morgon C Carlson Deputy Sheriff Corporal Cor $74,280 05-22-2013

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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