Susan L Kurland


Susan L Kurland earned $175,002 in 2017 as a Deputy Commissioner for City of Chicago Department Of Aviation. Kurland had worked in this position since October 16, 1987.

Kurland earned more than 99.83% of employees in City of Chicago Department Of Aviation.

Other Deputy Commissioners at City of Chicago Department Of Aviation

Name Position Salary Start Date
James M Harney Deputy Commissioner $122,820 12-01-1999
William D Lonergan Deputy Commissioner $122,820 11-16-1990
Alejandro Leon Deputy Commissioner $122,820 04-25-2016
Nafees Ahmed Deputy Commissioner $122,820 08-16-1999
William Helm Deputy Commissioner $121,596 02-04-2014
Robnyece D Scott Deputy Commissioner $120,408 07-29-2016
Costas Simos Deputy Commissioner $120,343 09-01-1988
Aaron J Frame Deputy Commissioner $118,020 03-01-2007
Charis D Tripplet Deputy Commissioner $115,680 05-16-2011
Juan C Manzano Deputy Commissioner $113,448 04-10-2006
Erika Ituassu Deputy Commissioner $104,389 04-01-2014
Lauren E Huffman Deputy Commissioner $97,913 06-29-2015
Arthur L Everett Deputy Commissioner $50,610 03-01-2011
Jeffrey O Redding Deputy Commissioner $47,851 08-11-1986
Owen R Kilmer Deputy Commissioner $23,268 07-06-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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