Sequina Williams

Summary

Sequina Williams earned $74,326 in 2017 as a Fireman-Oiler for Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations. Williams had worked in this position since November 25, 2009.

Williams earned more than 18.94% of employees in Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations.

Other Fireman-Oilers at Metropolitan Water Reclamation District Maintenance & Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Michael Defilippis Fireman-Oiler $100,629 08-24-1981
Everett Harris Fireman-Oiler $93,758 03-24-1993
Martin Kavanagh Fireman-Oiler $87,831 02-26-1992
Charles Gentry Fireman-Oiler $86,488 08-23-1989
Yolanda Hopgood-Horton Fireman-Oiler $86,105 07-02-1997
Thomas Koukol Fireman-Oiler $85,840 06-13-2007
Earlean Harris Fireman-Oiler $85,835 05-03-1999
Benjamin Stozek Fireman-Oiler $85,761 08-14-2013
Colleen Stimac Fireman-Oiler $85,693 09-21-1987
Joann Dazzo Fireman-Oiler $85,676 07-02-1990
Corey Baker Fireman-Oiler $85,662 07-14-1997
Debra Thurmond Fireman-Oiler $85,632 01-28-2008
Thomas Morrissey Fireman-Oiler $85,631 11-28-1990
Jacqueline Smith Fireman-Oiler $85,616 06-29-1987
Shirley Harris Fireman-Oiler $85,601 07-23-1997
Harold Gage Fireman-Oiler $85,601 03-16-1992
Sean Fleet Fireman-Oiler $85,601 06-10-1991
Alvin Stegall Fireman-Oiler $85,601 08-16-1999
Charmion Soto Fireman-Oiler $85,601 07-28-1997
Kevin Blazejak Fireman-Oiler $85,601 07-28-1997
Rashied Muhammad Fireman-Oiler $85,300 10-28-2013
Angela Anderson Fireman-Oiler $83,970 08-21-1991
Robert Ware Fireman-Oiler $83,823 06-01-1988
Eva Monterrubio Fireman-Oiler $83,677 05-29-2013
Marvin Peeples Fireman-Oiler $78,898 09-21-1987
Chantell Sims Fireman-Oiler $67,111 07-21-1997
Rowlanda Howard Fireman-Oiler $40,811 01-20-1988
Joyce Haynes Fireman-Oiler $30,203 11-10-1986

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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