Top Salaries For Hamilton County Government And Supported Agencies

Wednesday, July 31, 2013
Here are top salaries for the Hamilton County government and supported agencies: 

Ron Harr, Chamber of Commerce CEO $180,000
Dr. James Metcalfe medical examiner $174,585
Gary Starnes General Sessions Court judge $165,206
Christie Sell General Sessions Court judge $165,206
Ron Durby General Sessions Court judge $165,206
Clarence Shattuck General Sessions Court judge $165,206
David Bales General Sessions Court judge $165,206
Lila Statom General Sessions Court judge $165,206
Rob Philyaw Juvenile Court judge $165,206
Jim Coppinger county mayor $151,005
Rheubin Taylor county attorney $147,392
Charles Wood Chamber economic development $138,375
Bill McGriff county auditor $129,424
Mike Compton, county mayor's chief of staff $128,750
Louis Wright finance director $128,630
Dr.
Karen M. Moyer county physician $128,178
Lisa Maragnano CARTA $120,000
Samuel Mairs Juvenile Court administrator $119,356
Becky Barnes health dept. administrator $118,495
Jim Hammond sheriff $116,617
Don Allen human services administrator $116,390
Todd Leamon public works administrator $115,880
Bob Colby Air Pollution Control $114,097
Bill Bennett assessor $112,016
Al Kiser assistant finance director $111,063
Warren Logan Urban League $110,000
Paula Thompson circuit court clerk $106,016
Bill Knowles county clerk $106,016
Pam Hurst Bearden, register of deeds $106,016
Gary Behler Juvenile Court clerk $106,016
Bill Hullander trustee $106,016
Lee Akers clerk and master $106,016
Gwen Tidwell criminal court clerk $106,016
Shawn Kurrelmeier-Lee chief reading officer $104,476
Charlotte A. Lowe pharmacist $103,795
Lee Brouner assistant county auditor $103,556
Charles A. Thomas health department dentist $101,853
John Steurmer 911 Center $98,438
Brian Turner IT director $97,961
Phyllis Casavant CARCOG/SETDD $95,616
Guy Bilyeu Humane Society $95,481
Charlotte Mullis-Morgan election administrator $95,414
Dr. Michael L. Cowan health department dentist $95,221
Autumn Jewell CARTA $94,676
Edna Camp criminal court clerk's office $94,527
Dr. Nancy L. Schilling health department dentist $93,967
James Davey, trustee's attorney $93,625
Kavita Chander health department dentist $93,241
Debbie Rollins county clerk's office $93,196
Judy Hillyer clerk and master's office $92,996
Guy Bilyeu Humane Society $92,700
Bruce Owens, Juvenile Court referee $92,151
Allen Branum chief deputy sheriff $92,298
Jill Veron CARTA $91,000
Mike Griffin criminal court clerk's office $90,672
Jim Gattis assessor's office $90,194
Beth Jones CARCOG/SETDD $90,000
Leslie Longshore, director of human resources $89,610
Harold Austin, highway director $88,829
William Troy McDougal Juvenile Court referee $88,789
Tammy Burke health department clinic director $88,747
Susan Sissom circuit court clerk's office $87,418
Nancy Masterson circuit court clerk's office $87,259
John Agan county engineer $87,062
Cleveland Grimes WWTA director $86,406
Mary Neill Southerland assistant county attorney $86,000
Kathy Clark Juvenile Court referee $85,490
Susan Bedwell trustee's office $84,899
Finley Knowles county clerk's office $84,850
Emma Andrews Juvenile Court referee $84,653
Martisiha Smith health department $84,471
Tim Andrews railroad authority director $84,237
Dan Saieed director of development $84,181
Thomas Gott Juvenile Court referee $83,934
Kathy Walker accounting director $82,565
Ron Priddy, county parks director $82,411
Mark Harrison engineering manager WWTA $82,400
Erroll Reksten Air Pollution Control $82,299
Annie Powell CARTA $81,600
Bart McKinney applications development manager $80,921
Bill Stoll risk manager $80,921
Bonnie Deakins director of environmental services $80,401
Barbara Payne corrections director $80,401
Bill Ulmer health department $80,401
Steve Hiatt Chamber existing business $79,566
Worth Lillard maintenance director $79,369
Rick Layne CARCOG/SETDD $78,861
Seth Graham network technician $78,440
Jolly Abraham CARCOG/SETDD $78,355
Dee Hobbs attorney for sheriff $78,000
James Johnson assessor's office $77,467
Jo An Wright primary care $77,250
Elizabeth Gentzler Juvenile Court magistrate $77,250
John C. Campbell assessor's office $77,090
Alecia Poe assistant human resources director $77,040
Cheryl Millsaps Chamber VP $76,675
Susie Holloway county clerk's office $76,128
Rachel Winfrey Beavers assistant DA $75,816
Shawn Reuss family planning $75,646
Alta Ruth Ebert health department $75,646
Ronda Huisman health department family nursing $75,646
Lauren Patterson federal homeless project $75,646
Jeff Carney 911 director of operations $75,024
Arlene Hughes assistant to the county mayor $75,000
Susan Sivley assessor's office $74,806
Steve Witt CARCOG/SETDD $74,411
Gene Bennett sheriff's office $73,598
Don Gorman sheriff's office $73,598
Matt Rogers assistant district attorney $72,996
Tony Reavley emergency services $72,839
Mary Sparda CARTA $72,828
George Hulgin ITS $72,100
Monica Brown county clerk's office $71,045
Alan Gaston systems analyst $72,100
Gail Roppo purchasing director $72,100
Rachel Brock Juvenile Court referee $72,100
Jackie Ware trustee's office $71,643
Michael Ogden ITS operations manager $71,062
Antinio Petty Juvenile Court $71,062
Susan Holcomb telecommunications manager $70,750
Larry Moore lead systems programmer $70,158
Vaughn Hamilton network manager $70,040
Jeff Smith CARTA $70,000
M. Higgins CARTA $70,000
Ken Wilkerson emergency medical services $69,727
Jim Queen CARTA $69,655
Nettie Gerstle communicable diseases $68,894
Leslie A. Clark health department systems manager $69,525
Deborah Davis budget manager $69,505
Chuck Hall medical examiner's office $68,025
David Murphy systems analyst supervisor $67,639
Robert Huston health department psychologist $67,598
Chuck Hammonds, CARCOG/SETDD $67,573
Alan Frazier Air Pollution Control $67,569
Alan Knowles support services supervisor $66,491
Randy Russell chief magistrate $66,143
Shawn Johnson justice coordinator $66,014
Dawn Manka $65,989
Charles Cheshire Juvenile Court detention supt. $65,494
Amy Neighbors circuit court clerk's office $65,169
Sharon Daniels circuit court clerk's office $65,169
Greg Butler GIS $64,860
Maria Noel Chamber minority business $64,575
Lance Pope assistant district attorney $64,548
Gary F. Dawn assessor's office $64,431
David Howe systems manager $64,400
Ron Bernard sheriff's office information systems $64,379
Jackson Ellis sheriff's finance officer $64,379
Paul Parker, real property manager $64,276
Autumn Friday engineering project manager $64,067
Bridgett Massengill Chamber project manager $64,063
John Swope, corrections captain, $63,864
Diana M. Kreider family planning $63,461
Sheilah Watson circuit court clerk's office $63,315
Denise Miles senior auditor $63,284
Karen Guinn program manager $63,040
Lenda Clark sheriff's capt. $62,809
Bill Johnson sheriff's capt. $62,809
Charles Lowery sheriff's capt. $62,809
Ron Parson, sheriff's capt. $62,809
Robert Triplett sheriff's capt. $62,809
Scott Allen election office $62,809
Christopher Jackson $62,809
Anna Smith, CARCOG/SETDD $62,589
Carrie Millard register's office $62,412
Dolores Burns county clerk's office $62,128
Charlie Minor assistant district attorney $61,740
Louis Prosterman development supervisor $62,021
Jennifer Crowell county clerk's office $61,950
Cathy Jones $61,925
Gary Pickett groundwater protection $61,536
Sabrina Novak emergency response $61,425
Kathy Jones air pollution control $61,374
Rob Bradham Chamber policy $61,295
David Thorne building director $61,277
James Holloway air pollution control $61,226
Larry Ables magistrate $61,143
Jeff Davis magistrate $61,143
Sharetta Smith magistrate $61,143
Jason Clark corrections intake specialist $60,980
Don Kunselman county clerk's office $60,966
Jenneth Randall auditor $60,893
Jay Donnick 911 $60,753
Christina Cooper $60,695
Alan Johnson $60,619
Joyce Kendall district attorney's office $60,517
James Jackson $60,492
Cynthia McDaniel air pollution control $60,435
M. Hamilton Chamber research director $60,250
Janet Felton, CARCOG/SETDD $60,235
Mike Dunne county mayor's office, $60,223
Daniel Walker epidemiology $60,000
Jim Bowen CARTA $60,000
D. Stevens CARTA $60,000
Veronica Peebles CARTA $60,000
C. Bonds CARTA $60,000
Lisa Suttles CARTA $60,000




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