Timothy E Cerven

Summary

Timothy E Cerven earned $21,734 in 2017 as an Investigator I State'S Atty for Cook County State's Attorney. Cerven had worked in this position since September 05, 2017.

Cerven earned more than 0.90% of employees in Cook County State's Attorney.

Other Investigator I State'S Attys at Cook County State's Attorney

Name Position Salary Start Date
Wendell J Saffold Investigator I State'S Atty $102,968 01-27-2014
William J Simon Investigator I State'S Atty $81,895 07-15-2013
Terrence J Sheehan Investigator I State'S Atty $80,574 01-03-2012
Vittoria N Incandela Investigator I State'S Atty $79,667 12-29-2014
Mollie Mills Investigator I State'S Atty $78,311 07-06-2014
Anna M Hochbaum Investigator I State'S Atty $76,592 07-28-2014
Richard P Lombard Investigator I State'S Atty $71,323 10-06-2014
Slavo Cvitkovic Investigator I State'S Atty $71,094 12-29-2014
James F Stewart Investigator I State'S Atty $71,080 10-06-2014
Jack M Dedore Investigator I State'S Atty $69,203 07-28-2014
Anthony V Lupo Investigator I State'S Atty $68,335 07-28-2014
Michael A Pagan Sr Investigator I State'S Atty $66,925 12-29-2014
Patrick T O'Donovan Investigator I State'S Atty $66,325 05-04-2015
Andrew Marquez Investigator I State'S Atty $65,959 04-20-2015

Data year: 2017 (Source)

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