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20 Highest Paid Public Utilities Employees in Naperville

Salary information from 2010 and 2011 was obtained through an Illinois Freedom of Information Act request.

Salary and benefit information for public employees is public record. We post this information because we think it will be of interest to our readers, many of whom are Naperville residents and taxpayers who pay for these salaries.

The salary information looks at two budget cycles, and includes the gross earnings of these employees. Total compensation includes salary, insurance, pension payments and additional financial allowances.

The following information on salaries for the 20 highest paid public utilities employees in the city of Naperville was obtained through an Illinois Freedom of Information Act. Gross earnings are shown for 2010 and 2011. 

 

Name

Department

Position

2011 Gross Earnings

2010 Gross Earnings

Curran, Mark

Public Utilities

Director of Public Utilities – Electric

$142,493.22

$141,624.31

Holzapfel, James

Public Utilities

Director of Public Utilities – Water

$138,194.39

$134,879.87

Zelasko, Anthony

Public Utilities

Line Electrician

$127,217.67

$124,395.13

Smoot, David

Public Utilities

Line Electrician

$126,042.24

$129,752.49

Huml, Joseph

Public Utilities

Substation Crew Leader

$125,705.10

$129,545.77

Conley, Patrick

Public Utilities

Crew Leader

$125,250.54

$126,925.90

Niesman, Jeffrey

Public Utilities

Crew Leader

$122,921.33

$124,568.93

Fisher, James

Public Utilities

Service Truck Operator

$121,891.65

$130,594.21

Jenkins, David

Public Utilities

Line Electrician

$119,762.13

$120,701.37

Pampuch, Jeremy

Public Utilities

Substation Line Electrician

$119,554.91

$118,687.12

Sullivan, Charles

Public Utilities

Substation Line Electrician

$118,474.54

$124,887.99

Fitzpatrick, Rirchard

Public Utilities

Senior Substation Crew Leader

$117,066.77

$121,105.98

Aug, Glenn

Public Utilities

Line Electrician

$116,437.05

$119,174.16

Andrychowski, Edward

Public Utilities

Substation Line Electrician

$116,375.46

$123,978.59

Kelly, Tim

Public Utilities

Crew Leader

$116,296.18

$115,914.86

Hynes, Lucille

Public Utilities

Electric Distribution Manager

$115,992.70

$107,737.85

Hibbler, Larry

Public Utilities

Crew Leader

$115,342.21

$115,490.53

Eichelberger, Wayne

Public Utilities

Substation Line Electrician

$114,424.65

$115,510.31

Burkes, Rodney

Public Utilities

Line Electrician

$111,157.82

$108,207.38

Geynisman, Olga

Public Utilities

Electrical Engineering Manager

$110,976.45

$108,719.35

 

Gerard Schilling March 02, 2013 at 03:47 PM
No They don't. From the article: The following information on salaries for the 20 highest paid public utilities employees in the city of Naperville was obtained through an Illinois Freedom of Information Act. Gross earnings are shown for 2010 and 2011
Gerard Schilling March 02, 2013 at 06:25 PM
Pusser, I am beginning to think you’re a genius. Right again on Obama he and his union buddies did exactly that plus of course fixing elections in the swing states by stuffing ballet boxes/computers to record all votes as Obamas in 100s of districts not to mention as much as 140% of registered voters in some of them.
NaperDad March 04, 2013 at 03:29 PM
@EP.... Maybe you should actually read... and understand the article. Although it mentions, "Total compensation includes salary, insurance, pension payments and additional financial allowances." it also goes on to state, "The following information on salaries for the 20 highest paid public utilities employees in the city of Naperville" So, the chart is "salaries" which is a subset of "total compensation". Your statements are incorrect.
John smith March 07, 2013 at 04:19 AM
Most of the people on this list at least the hand full I know, are some of the hardest working folks I know. Yeah you bet some of those salaries are effected by over time. Most are. People complaining here should stop trolling. People on this list started in this trade 30 plus years ago. Busting there butts all the time. Line work is dangerous and yeah pays well when you have seniority. Just like most jobs. And Joe could not be more right. People complaining, get a job.
John smith March 07, 2013 at 04:37 AM
Reading some of these anti lineman comments, stupid people. No idea what your talking about. You trolls would not last 1 day in the trade. Union haters? Seriously something wrong with you people. Jill and Gerard? What are you 2 smoking? Keep spewing these "facts" that are total BS. Lazy thugs. No Jill he's not for the common man. He's for "if I'm a lazy lug and make 30 grand a year everyone has to make the same as me". And just call union guys middle class guys. That's all they are. But sure as hell a lot harder working then some people leaving comments. Joe, EP, dsy, Tina... Keep preaching haha. Yeah Tina's is spot on too. A lot of time away from home and the family.

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