Terese M Murray

Summary

Terese M Murray earned $150,549 in 2017 as a Special Education Teacher for Glenbard Twp HSD 87 Glenbard South High School.

Murray earned more than 95.65% of employees in Glenbard Twp HSD 87 Glenbard South High School.

Other Special Education Teachers at Glenbard Twp HSD 87 Glenbard South High School

Name Position Salary Start Date
Teresa A Maras Special Education Teacher $142,339 N/A
Pamela L Petersen Special Education Teacher $127,174 N/A
Sarah R Bryan Special Education Teacher $124,416 N/A
Sherry L Hudson Special Education Teacher $124,416 N/A
John C Bonk Special Education Teacher $117,158 N/A
Tina M Zupec Special Education Teacher $109,901 N/A
Justin L Payne Special Education Teacher $92,794 N/A
Ryan T Crissey Special Education Teacher $89,165 N/A
Michael P Douglas Special Education Teacher $87,610 N/A
Samantha A Louras Special Education Teacher $83,462 N/A
Marco Eufrasio Special Education Teacher $82,944 N/A
Pamela G Neuner Special Education Teacher $78,163 N/A
Morgan J Kasperek Special Education Teacher $70,502 N/A
Ellen L Hill Special Education Teacher $63,763 N/A
Megan C Webster Special Education Teacher $58,579 N/A
Daniel S Bledsoe Special Education Teacher $51,840 N/A
Kevin S Berner Special Education Teacher $30,793 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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