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1. David R Suarez Person

Position: Public Service Administrator at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $113,700

Data year: 2018
2. Steven M Waggoner Person

Position: Senior Public Service Administr at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $112,900

Data year: 2018
3. Katherine P Patti Person

Position: Public Service Administrator at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $112,600

Data year: 2018
4. Jennifer B Vesely Person

Position: Technical Advisor III at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $107,400

Data year: 2018
5. Edwin E Boggess Person

Position: Technical Advisor III at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $106,500

Data year: 2018
6. Carol C Kirbach Person

Position: Technical Advisor III at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $106,500

Data year: 2018
7. David B Egan Person

Position: Information Systems Analyst II at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $102,400

Data year: 2018
8. Michael W Bullock Person

Position: Public Service Administrator at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $98,400

Data year: 2018
9. Dean P Karlos Person

Position: Technical Advisor II at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $88,700

Data year: 2018
10. Pat Loukas Person

Position: Technical Advisor II at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $88,700

Data year: 2018
11. Jacquelin Gianneschi Person

Position: Technical Advisor II at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $88,700

Data year: 2018
12. Elizabeth M Allen Person

Position: Technical Advisor II at Illinois Property Tax Appeal Board
Salary: $88,700

Data year: 2018

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