Shirley C Smith


Shirley C Smith earned $26,652 in 2017 as a Court Bailiff for Kane County Judiciary And Courts. Smith had worked in this position since October 26, 1987.

Smith earned more than 77.11% of employees in Kane County Judiciary And Courts.

Other Court Bailiffs at Kane County Judiciary And Courts

Name Position Salary Start Date
Llewellyn E Girmscheid Court Bailiff $26,499 10-04-2004
James M Henry Court Bailiff $26,454 01-31-2011
Clifton O Bartelt Court Bailiff $26,048 03-13-2001
Cathy L Kurkjian Court Bailiff $26,017 07-16-2007
James E Keane Court Bailiff $25,419 01-09-2013
Michael P Reynolds Court Bailiff $25,059 08-26-2013
Johnnie L Johnson Court Bailiff $24,348 02-01-2004
Richard G Kruse Court Bailiff $23,445 06-29-2015
Ernest A Childress Court Bailiff $23,111 01-31-2011
Daniel J Mcgrath Court Bailiff $22,058 06-15-2015
Donald G Gregory Court Bailiff $15,206 12-06-1996
Robert Brackett Court Bailiff $14,462 10-18-1999
Henry Smith Court Bailiff $14,076 01-31-2011
Joseph M Ray Court Bailiff $14,059 06-15-2015
Monica L Henness Court Bailiff $11,637 N/A
Darren G Smoger Court Bailiff $11,631 07-05-2017
Mike J English Court Bailiff $11,314 07-05-2017
Nancy A Hudson Court Bailiff $11,303 07-12-2017
Otis B Matthews Court Bailiff $10,674 02-01-2011
Jeff A Burnette Court Bailiff $7,381 07-05-2017
Robert M Kearney Court Bailiff $6,701 08-27-2007
Judy M Schimmel-Young Court Bailiff $5,805 01-19-2010
Marianne Y Malone Court Bailiff $5,476 06-30-2008
William Diamond Court Bailiff $4,240 12-04-1996
Charles A Lawrence Court Bailiff $3,886 11-01-2009
Stephen R Brodhead Court Bailiff $3,552 06-22-2017
Burton E Nordwind Court Bailiff $1,678 08-28-2013

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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