Sandra L Chostner


Sandra L Chostner earned $48,515 in 2017 as an Executive Legal Asst for Lake County. Chostner had worked for this employer since April 03, 2000.

Chostner earned more than 43.49% of employees in Lake County.

Chostner earned more than 48.96% of employees across all Cook or Collar Counties.

Employment history for Sandra L Chostner

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Executive Legal Asst $48,515 Not reported 04-03-2000 2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

Other employees with the title Executive Legal Asst at Lake County in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Diane McCleary Executive Legal Asst $64,425 02-14-1974
Charisse M Kutzler Executive Legal Asst $64,284 10-17-1977
Denice Graves Executive Legal Asst $63,214 05-08-1989
Rachael Y Rodriguez Executive Legal Asst $59,572 09-01-1995
Kathleen Mathews Executive Legal Asst $57,575 02-19-1980
Kathleen C Grom Executive Legal Asst $56,418 04-02-1987
Jamie M Schueneman Executive Legal Asst $56,210 02-22-1999
Christy M Hartford Executive Legal Asst $54,749 10-30-1995
Esmeralda Valdez Executive Legal Asst $54,156 09-14-1998
Edith Lotz Executive Legal Asst $52,341 06-06-1994
Rochelle M Jakaitis Executive Legal Asst $52,209 02-15-2000
Karen A Rhoton Executive Legal Asst $52,154 11-24-2004
Christie K Hall Executive Legal Asst $51,637 09-07-1999
Judie M Pachay Executive Legal Asst $51,092 10-21-2004
Corey M Cashmore Executive Legal Asst $48,689 10-30-1997
Lauren A Miscenic Executive Legal Asst $46,109 06-18-2001
Karyn L Nyara Executive Legal Asst $40,286 07-18-1994

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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