Ternell D Cade

Summary

Ternell D Cade earned $152,900 in 2017 as a Bridge Tender for Illinois Department Of Transportation.

Cade earned more than 99.92% of employees in Illinois Department Of Transportation.

Other Bridge Tenders at Illinois Department Of Transportation

Name Position Salary Start Date
Douglas A Sandstrom Bridge Tender $164,300 N/A
Jeri L Hayes Bridge Tender $160,800 N/A
Timothy J Andersen Bridge Tender $159,000 N/A
Robert B Cook Bridge Tender $154,700 N/A
Kenneth Thomas Bridge Tender $152,400 N/A
John R Churchwell Bridge Tender $151,000 N/A
David Zawitaj Bridge Tender $149,100 N/A
Pablo Pepin Bridge Tender $119,300 N/A
John Thomas Manstis Bridge Tender $117,900 N/A
Michael R Valeriano Bridge Tender $112,700 N/A
Sharon D Battle Bridge Tender $111,600 N/A
Chad L Kaitschuck Bridge Tender $111,400 N/A
Brian W Roate Bridge Tender $104,300 N/A
Jeffrey L Ford Bridge Tender $103,200 N/A
Adam K Krueger Bridge Tender $103,000 N/A
Tiara C Hollins Bridge Tender $97,900 N/A
Edris M Asfour Bridge Tender $96,400 N/A
Kevin G Tremain Bridge Tender $90,700 N/A
Gregory Alan Scott Bridge Tender $85,900 N/A
David Paul Gibson Bridge Tender $81,200 N/A
Jimmy C Holliday Bridge Tender $80,700 N/A
Scott W Jess Bridge Tender $66,300 N/A
Carl Mcgee Bridge Tender $59,900 N/A
Andrew G Klenke Bridge Tender $59,800 N/A
Michael A Kennedy Bridge Tender $53,500 N/A
Walter W Martin Bridge Tender $49,300 N/A
Craig A Johnson Bridge Tender $45,400 N/A
Alan E Hunt Bridge Tender $30,400 N/A
George W Gregson Bridge Tender $19,800 N/A
Merle D Pence Bridge Tender $18,400 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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