Stephanie A Weber

Summary

Stephanie A Weber earned $84,866 in 2017 as an Asst State'S Atty for Vermilion County State's Attorney. Weber had worked in this position since December 01, 2016.

Weber earned more than 100.00% of employees in Vermilion County State's Attorney.

Other Asst State'S Attys at Vermilion County State's Attorney

Name Position Salary Start Date
Aadam M Alikhan Asst State'S Atty $74,904 12-01-2014
Lindsay R Van Fleet Asst State'S Atty $65,868 08-27-2012
Scott R Ripley Asst State'S Atty $63,027 12-05-2016
Daniel Gavin Taylor Asst State'S Atty $55,642 02-05-2013
Thomas R Wiseman Asst State'S Atty $45,605 02-19-2013
Shashi Vishwanath Asst State'S Atty $29,628 02-27-2017
Kylie Shaw Asst State'S Atty $21,983 08-01-2016
Elizabeth Anne Pfohl Asst State'S Atty $20,458 11-03-2014
Jamison K Gent Asst State'S Atty $19,355 07-17-2017
Christopher G Mccallum Asst State'S Atty $16,092 09-18-2017
Bridget Lynn Schott Asst State'S Atty $9,851 08-16-2011
Benjamin R Wallner Asst State'S Atty $8,448 04-10-2017
Richard E Dahlenburg Asst State'S Atty $7,165 06-22-2016
Cecelia J Blue Asst State'S Atty $6,897 07-24-2017
Alexander John Boyd Asst State'S Atty $6,709 10-30-2017
Anna L Nugent Asst State'S Atty $6,709 10-30-2017

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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