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1. John Myrd Hershberger Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $11,119

Data year: 2017
2. George Lee Dowell Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $10,536

Data year: 2017
3. Fred Andrew Schulte Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $10,088

Data year: 2017
4. Gregory A Woodard Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $10,084

Data year: 2017
5. Robert D Turner Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $9,668

Data year: 2017
6. Julia Alice Stevens Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $8,811

Data year: 2017
7. Paul Joseph Marana Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $8,768

Data year: 2017
8. Donald Jerome Dietzen Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $8,216

Data year: 2017
9. Scott L Babb Person

Position: Court House Security Officer at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $7,832

Data year: 2017
10. Robert L. O'Brien Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $7,190

Data year: 2017
11. Bradley D Williams Person

Position: Court House Security Officer at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $6,876

Data year: 2017
12. Dwight Alvin Lucas Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $2,863

Data year: 2017
13. Thomas Edward Lane Person

Position: Bailiff at Vermilion County Court Security
Salary: $2,760

Data year: 2017

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