Thomas M Budday

Summary

Thomas M Budday earned $41,195 in 2017 as a Teacher for Danville High School.

Budday earned more than 28.91% of employees in Danville High School.

Employment history for Thomas M Budday

Positions held

Position Base Salary Extra Pay Start Date Data year
Teacher $41,195 Not reported Not reported 2017

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

Other employees with the title Teacher at Danville High School in 2017

Name Position Total Pay Start Date
Mark T Bacys Teacher $81,338 Not reported
Marcia A Schofield Teacher $78,302 Not reported
Mary Lynn Montgerard Hurst Teacher $74,328 Not reported
Katherine S Hafner Teacher $74,328 Not reported
Elizabeth A Chamberlain Teacher $74,328 Not reported
Edward B Houpt Teacher $74,328 Not reported
Brett A Springer Teacher $74,328 Not reported
Scott E Burgess Teacher $72,680 Not reported
Andrea L Vanleer Teacher $72,680 Not reported
Charles A Miller Teacher $72,680 Not reported
Gregory A Williams Teacher $72,680 Not reported
Susan J Kedas Teacher $70,208 Not reported
Gary D Tidwell Teacher $68,384 Not reported
Rachel A Brown Teacher $66,737 Not reported
Brian D Anderson Teacher $66,458 Not reported
Daniel R Hile Teacher $63,441 Not reported
James A Humrichous Teacher $63,298 Not reported
Mitchell K Thomas Teacher $61,969 Not reported
Laura L Irle Teacher $61,969 Not reported
Christopher A Taylor Teacher $61,969 Not reported
Steven F Luke Teacher $61,969 Not reported
Libbie E Cline Teacher $61,969 Not reported
Gary W Gritton Teacher $60,969 Not reported
Todd A Orvis Teacher $60,969 Not reported
Jana L Drennan Teacher $58,498 Not reported

Data year: 2017 Source coming soon

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