Thomas R Carmody II

Summary

Thomas R Carmody II earned $74,975 in 2017 as a Manager, Transportation - Rail for Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Carmody II earned more than 78.31% of employees in Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations.

Other Manager, Transportation - Rails at Chicago Transit Authority Rail Operations

Name Position Salary Start Date
Mervin Mckinney Manager, Transportation - Rail $96,152 N/A
Jerry O Finger Manager, Transportation - Rail $92,052 N/A
Humberto A Hernandez Manager, Transportation - Rail $90,776 N/A
Westley Lamont Todd Jr. Manager, Transportation - Rail $87,264 N/A
Paul Lawrence Thomas Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,960 N/A
Troy Jason Loske Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,957 N/A
Paul Thomas Chandler Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Lamia Lynsha Willis Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Brian Alexander Crowe Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Justino A Cuesta Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Christopher Antoine Mcclinton Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Lawrence Scott Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,921 N/A
Daniel Howard Ireland Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,842 N/A
Elmer Venson Manager, Transportation - Rail $81,216 N/A
Reginald Lloyd Watts Jr Manager, Transportation - Rail $78,734 N/A
Anthony L Ramsey Manager, Transportation - Rail $78,042 N/A
Raymond Robert Funnye Manager, Transportation - Rail $76,896 N/A
Ursula A Woodall-Berryhill Manager, Transportation - Rail $38,597 N/A
Raymond Antonio Nunez Manager, Transportation - Rail $25,206 N/A

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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