Thomas Smith


Thomas Smith earned $25,000 in 2017 as a Board Member for Kane County County Board. Smith had worked in this position since December 06, 2010.

Smith earned more than 3.45% of employees in Kane County County Board.

Other Board Members at Kane County County Board

Name Position Salary Start Date
Angela C Thomas Board Member $25,000 12-05-2016
Barbara Wojnicki Board Member $25,000 12-01-1998
Mark J Davoust Board Member $25,000 12-06-2004
Jarett Sanchez Board Member $25,000 12-05-2016
Penny Wegman Board Member $25,000 12-05-2016
Theresa E Barreiro Board Member $25,000 12-03-2012
Rebecca M Gillam Board Member $25,000 12-03-2012
Philip H Lewis Board Member $25,000 12-04-2006
Deborah J Allan Board Member $25,000 12-01-2002
Kurt R Kojzarek Board Member $25,000 12-03-2012
Margaret Auger Board Member $25,000 12-06-2010
Michael J Kenyon Board Member $25,000 12-06-2004
Myrna Molina Board Member $25,000 12-06-2010
John P Martin Board Member $25,000 12-01-2014
Susan Starrett Board Member $25,000 12-03-2012
William E Lenert Board Member $25,000 12-01-2014
Monica Silva Board Member $25,000 12-06-2010
Barbara Hernandez Board Member $25,000 12-05-2016
Douglas J Scheflow Board Member $25,000 12-03-2012
John J Hoscheit Board Member $25,000 12-02-1996
Brian W Dahl Board Member $25,000 07-14-2015
Donald Ishmael Board Member $25,000 12-01-2014
Andrew Frasz Board Member $25,000 05-13-2008

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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