Who Makes What

How much money does Barack Obama make as a U.S. senator? Find out salary information about him and others in various fields.

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Some people rake it in. Others eke by. And lots of people fall somewhere in between. Presenting a peek inside the paychecks of more than 250 Chicagoans, from athlete to Zen Buddhist priest, exterminator to lifesaver, fat cat to publicity hound. And, of course: Oprah
Edited by Jennifer Wehunt

 

Ask someone about his job, and you’re likely to get an earful. But ask him about his salary, and he’ll probably clam up faster than Jeremy Piven sidestepping questions about his recent flap with his pal John Cusack. (Piven wouldn’t tell us what he makes, either.) Still, we did find plenty of other Chicagoans willing to fess up when we asked them about their pay.

Among our findings were some eyebrow-raising couplings: A West Town bartender made more dough than an up-and-coming Bucktown restaurant owner. One hairdresser came up significantly short compared with a local dog groomer. The former head of the Greater Chicago Food Deposi-tory edged out Mayor Daley. And apparently the glass ceiling transcends technicalities: a well-known female impersonator earned way less than a male adult-film actor. Then there was the completely predictable: once again, no one raked in more than Oprah.

In assembling this report, we conducted personal interviews, tracked down public records, and pored over published articles (we cite the articles). Some sources requested anonymity, but every entry in this survey denotes an actual person, and all figures represent 2006 pay unless otherwise noted. For those who keep nontraditional work schedules, such as a freelance puppet builder and a romance novelist, we asked for explanations of how they calculate their income. And some on this list who eke out a pittance-think musicians and artists-may have other ways of making ends meet beyond what we include. Others may not.

Oh, and though we were snubbed by Piven, we did turn up his mother’s pay stub. Find it, and the wages of more than 250 other Chicagoans and suburbanites, in our salary survey.

TASTEMAKERS
 

Melissa Turner
Fashion czar (director of fashion arts and events), Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs

$50,000

Joseph Mapes
Sales manager, Balani Custom Clothiers

$30,000
plus commission

Kalinda Piper
Salesclerk, Fashion Tomato

$11,700
(25 to 30 hours a week)
NOISEMAKERS
 

Mark Valenti
Concert pianist

$54,437*

Bryan Y. Schulz
Freelance music teacher, Bryan Y. Schulz Studios

$20,000
(15 hours per week)

Nick Wright
Musician/record label owner, Mission Label

$32,000

Jay Congdon
Event DJ/president, Fourth Estate Audio

$120,000

Ed Gadberry
Trombonist/drummer/vocalist/keyboardist with Dime A Dozen, a blues-rock cover band

$1,500

Vicente Perez
Car-alarm installer/owner, SouthSide Vic’s Kustoms

Approx.  $85,000
NEWSMAKERS
 

Daniel J. Schmidt
CEO, WTTW Channel 11

$332,465*

Torey Malatia
President and general manager, WBEZ 91.5 FM/Chicago Public Radio

$160,124*

Reporter with three years’ employment
Chicago Sun-Times

$42,000

Art director
Chicago Free Press

$32,000

Section editor
Red Eye

$45,000

Fouzia Najar
Resource development coordinator, Community TV Network

$12,480
(part-time)

Average vendor, Streetwise
(sells between 40 and 50 papers a week)

Approx. $1,521

Super seller, Streetwise
(sells between 200 and 400 papers a week)

Approx. $10,140
STAR GAZERS
 

Bert Gieseman
Self-employed entertainment lawyer

$42,000

Larry Ciupik
Astronomer, Adler Planetarium

$80,065*
THE AIR UP THERE (Radio personalities who make more than $1 million; source: Robert Feder, Chicago Sun-Times)

Spike O’Dell
Morning host, WGN 720 AM

 

Ed Volkman  (“Eddie")
Morning host, WBBM 96.3 FM

 

Joe Bohannon (“JoBo")
Morning host, WBBM 96.3 FM

 

Jonathon Brandmeier (“Johnny B.")
Morning host, WLUP 97.9 FM

 

Eric Ferguson
Morning host, WTMX 101.9 FM

 

Mike North
Morning host, WSCR 670 AM

 

Roe Conn
Afternoon host, WLS 890 AM

 

Steve Dahl
Afternoon host, WCKG 105.9 FM

 
HIGH SPIRITS
 

Sommelier
Upscale Streeterville restaurant

$110,000

Nicole Alexander
Bartender, Five Star Bar & Grill

$46,000

Nazario Odeste
Nightclub promoter, Entice Chicago

$35,000

Bouncer
Lion Head Pub

$22,230

Beer promoter
Major American label

$12,480

Bar-back
Humboldt Park bar

$7,000
(all from gratuities; working one night per week)
MOVERS AND SHAKERS
 

Lowest-paid mover
Burrows Moving Company

$13,000
($10 an hour, 25 hours per week)

Highest-paid mover
Burrows Moving Company

$35,360
($17 an hour, 40 hours per week)

Calvin Kitten
Dancer, Joffrey Ballet

$65,115*
STAGE HANDS
 

Gail Rastorfer
Actor (theatre, commercials/part-time administrative position at Acting Studio Chicago)

$39,000*

Jim Vincent
Artistic director, Hubbard Street Dance Company

$154,154*

Keith Prisco
Master carpenter, Joffrey Ballet

$70,200*

Meredith Miller
Puppet designer and builder

Approx.  $25,000

Michael C. Reynolds
Master electrician, Lyric Opera of Chicago

$160,315*

Adriana Wolfer
Program director, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs

$63,048

Brian Pudil
Artistic director, Shattered Globe Theatre

$4,000

Joyce Piven
Artistic director, Piven Theatre Workshop

$48,369*

Thrisa Hodits
Freelance director

$500
(for most recent show, Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Company’s H.M.S. Pinafore  at Mandel Hall)

Rachael Mason
Training center director, iO (formerly improvOlympic) Chicago Theater

Approx.  $35,000
THE FOOD CHAIN
 

Thelma Cura
Nutritionist, Chicago Department of Public Health

$63,120

Stephanie Izard
Owner and executive chef, Scylla

$45,000

Sous-chef
Two-star restaurant in River North

$42,400

Head baker
Lincoln Park bakery and sweet shop

$33,488

Sara Salzinski
Chef/instructor/developer of curriculum and recipes, The Chopping Block

$32,760

Line cook
Quince at The Homestead   

$24,000

Cashier
Whole Foods

Approx.  $18,720
NOW, THAT’S ENTERTAINMENT
 
Ricky Sinz
Adult-film actor, model, and co-owner of holeandaheartbeat.com, an adult Web site
$570,000

Michelle L’amour
Burlesque performer/instructor/ choreographer/producer, The Lavender Cabaret

$40,000
STARVING ARTISTS
 

Coya Paz
Coñartistic director, Teatro Luna

$0

Adam Kline
Aspiring screenwriter and former senior copywriter

$0
THE WELL PLANNED
 

Civil design engineer
Co-director, area engineering firm

$125,000

Molly Gallagher
Personal assistant, Gal Friday Chicago

$83,000

Kathy Speers
First-year wedding planner, KJS Weddings

Approx.  $30,000
HIGH SOCIETY
 

Nafees Ahmed
Deputy commissioner of finance, Chicago Department of Aviation

$108,060

Kathleen Davis
Window washer, Chicago Department of Aviation

$37,152

Richard Rucker
Elevator inspector, Chicago Department of Buildings

$95,347
VISUAL AIDES
 

Elizabeth Smith
Chief curator, Museum of Contemporary Art

$150,000*

Ces·reo Moreno
Visual arts director, National Museum of Mexican Art

$67,300*

Douglas Druick
Prince Trust curator, Art Institute of Chicago

$176,065*

Gabe Lanza
Artist, Lanza Studio

$40,000
TOP REASONS WHY CHICAGO SPORTS TICKETS ARE SO PRICEY (Chicago’s Highest-Paid Athletes)
 

1. Alfonso Soriano
Outfielder, Chicago Cubs

$17 million
($9 million salary plus $8 million signing bonus)
(Source: Chicago Sun-Times)

2. Ben Wallace
Center, Chicago Bulls

$16 million
(Source: sportsillustrated.cnn.com)

3. Aramis Ramirez
Third baseman, Chicago Cubs

$14.6 million
(Source: Chicago Sun-Times)

4. Jim Thome
Designated hitter, Chicago White Sox

$14 million
(Source: sports.espn.go.com)

5. Javier Vazquez
Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

$12.5 million
(Source: sports.espn.go.com)

6. Carlos Zambrano
Pitcher, Chicago Cubs

$12.4 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

7. Paul Konerko
First baseman, Chicago White Sox

$12 million
(Source: sports.espn.go.com)

8. Kirk Hinrich
Guard, Chicago Bulls

$11.42 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

9. Jon Garland
Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

$10 million
(Source: Daily Herald)

10. Mark Buehrle
Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

$9.5 million
(Source: Daily Herald)
UTILITY PLAYERS
 

Renee Delemore
Meter reader, ComEd

$45,000

John Scumaci
Water rate taker, Chicago Department of Water Management

$49,980
FOR THE LOVE OF THE GAME (Except as noted, all figures are for current or most recent season.)
 

Staley Da Bear
Mascot, Chicago Bears

Mid-$30,000s
plus commission for nongame appearances

Rex Grossman
Quarterback, Chicago Bears

$469,290
(Source: msn.foxsports.com)

Brian Griese
Backup quarterback, Chicago Bears

$3.67 million
(Source: msn.foxsports.com)

Tank Johnson
Defensive tackle, Chicago Bears

$406,460
(Source: msn.foxsports.com)

Brian Urlacher
Linebacker, Chicago Bears

$4.3 million
(Source: msn.foxsports.com)

Muhsin Muhammad
Wide receiver, Chicago Bears

$9.34 million
(Source: msn.foxsports.com)

Nikolai Khabibulin
Goalie, Chicago Blackhawks

$6.75 million
(Source: chicagoblackhawks.com)

Kyle Calder
Left wing, Chicago Blackhawks

$2.95 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Peter Bondra
Right wing, Chicago Blackhawks

$500,000
plus bonuses
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Chris Duhon
Guard, Chicago Bulls

$3.02 million
(Source: sportsillustrated.cnn.com)

Lou Piniella
Manager, Chicago Cubs

$3.5 million
(Source: New York Daily News)

Mark DeRosa
Infielder, Chicago Cubs

Approx.  $4.3 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Jason Marquis
Starting pitcher, Chicago Cubs

$4.75 million
(Source: espn.com)

Kerry Wood
Pitcher, Chicago Cubs

$1.75 million
(does not include more than $6 million in performance incentives) (Source: Chicago Tribune)

Scott Podsednik
Outfielder, Chicago White Sox

$2.9 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Mike MacDougal
Relief pitcher, Chicago White Sox

$6.45 million
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Jose Contreras
Pitcher, Chicago White Sox

$9 million
(Source: Daily Herald)

Ross Gload
Outfielder/first baseman, Chicago White Sox

$625,000
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Highest-paid player
Chicago Sky, one-year-old WNBA team

$93,000

Lowest-paid player
Chicago Rockstars, first-year American Basketball Association team

$3,800
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Senior yoga and pilates instructor
Flow Studio Pilates and Yoga

$80,500

Ron Kucera
President, Skokie Indians, Little League baseball team

$0*

Michael J. Klonoski
President, Butler National Golf Club

$0*
DALEY BREAD
 

Richard M. Daley
Mayor of Chicago

$216,210

Jacquelyn Heard
Mayor’s press secretary

$156,444

Joan Coogan
Assistant to the mayor

$111,900
EARTH, WIND, AND FIRE
 

John Blaul
Assistant superintendent of maps, Chicago Department of Transportation

$75,888

Joe Moore
Alderman, 49th ward

$98,125

Michael Dickinson
Firefighter, Naperville Fire Department

$74,963
TOUR GUIDES
 

Dorothy Coyle
Director of tourism, Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs

$98,832*

Bert Vescolani
Vice president of education, Shedd Aquarium

$150,602*

Alexis Presseau
Campus tour guide, DePaul University

$2,500

Lynn Osmond
President and CEO, Chicago Architecture Foundation

$215,000*

Docent
Chicago Architecture Foundation

$0
DEATH AND TAXES
 

Second-year funeral
director/embalmer North Side funeral home

 $68,000

Rod Blagojevich
Governor of Illinois

$150,691

Pat Quinn
Illinois lieutenant governor

$115,235

Lisa Madigan
Illinois attorney general

$132,963

Jesse White
Illinois secretary of state

$132,963

Alexi Giannoulias
Illinois state treasurer

$115,235

A. George Pradel
Naperville mayor (part-time)

$21,600
plus $5,400 to serve as city liquor commissioner

Bobbie Steele
President, Cook County Board of Commissioners, retired

$56,666
for four months (plus $136,000 pension in 2007)
(Source: Sun-Times)

William Bell
Chief, Oak Park Fire Department

$115,033

Marilyn Elder
Sanitation laborer, Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation

$56,826

John Eberhardt
Wastewater maintenance field supervisor, Naperville Public Utilities Department

$62,152

Richard Figiel
Machinist, Chicago Department of Water Management

$76,731

Annette Amelkovich
Recycling coordinator, Oak Park Department of Public Works

$16,224

Tong Tran
Deputy chief administrative officer, Chicago Board of Election Commissioners

$112,152
LAW AND ORDER
 

Philip Cline
Superintendent, Chicago Police Department

$182,016

Vincent Gortner
Lieutenant, Naperville Police Department

$105,383

Julie Schwerdtner
Sergeant, Oak Park Police Department

$78,483

James Gillingham
Law clerk for the Hon. Judge Martin S. Agran, Cook County

$38,916

Assistant public defender (level 2)
Office of the Cook County Public Defender

$44,974

Ronald Mohammed
Paralegal, Chicago Department of Law

$57,444

Margo Ely
Attorney, Naperville Legal Department

$127,244

Joshua Martin
Lawyer/partner, J. M. Martin & Associates

$125,000
CSI CHICAGO
 

Daniel Vasquez
Evidence technician, Chicago Police Department

$72,726

Percy Allen Jr.
Latent fingerprint examiner, Chicago Police Department

$75,258

Stephen Strzepek
Forensic investigator, Chicago Police Department

$94,188

Kelly McMullin
Explosives technician, Chicago Police Department

$88,356
THE ETHICISTS
 

Kay Argo
Compensation/benefits manager, Naperville Human Resources Department

$84,037

Briana Billingslea
Ethics investigator, Chicago Board of Ethics

$51,912

JoAnn Newsome
Director of human-rights compliance, Chicago Department of Human Relations

$85,908
NOT-FOR-PROFITEERS
 

Sam Blake
Program manager, Oprah Winfrey Foundations

$80,043*

Joseph Podlasek
Executive director,  American Indian Center

$54,957*

Michael Mulqueen
Former president and executive director, Greater Chicago Food Depository

$253,821*

Michael Halligan
Senior vice president of logistics and purchase programs, America’s Second Harvest

$144,235*

Linda Novick O’Keefe
Executive director, Common Threads, a nonprofit that teaches children about cooking, culture, and nutrition

$64,500

Rev. Sid Mohn
President, Heartland Alliance, a human-rights-focused social-service agency

$207,265*

Barry Axler
Executive director, Loretto Hospital Foundation

$100,000

John Sirek
Director of citizenship, Robert R. McCormick Tribune Foundation

$102,382*
PUBLICITY HOUNDS
 

Account supervisor
International public-relations and marketing firm

$64,000

President
Boutique public-relations and marketing firm

$125,000

Associate art director
International advertising agency

$35,000
FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS
 

Betty Tunstall
Blacksmith, Chicago Department of Fleet Management

$74,672

Elizabeth Riordan
Canine handler, Chicago Police Department

$78,072

Brian Dent
Chief veterinarian, Anti-Cruelty Society

$76,958*
AUTHORITY FIGURES
 

Frank Kruesi
President, Chicago Transit Authority

$197,750

Patrick Daly
Vice president of Security & Safety, Chicago Transit Authority

$145,673

David Reuter Jr.
Track welder, Chicago Transit Authority

$53,735

Michelle New
Red Line rapid transit operator, Chicago Transit Authority

$52,678

Eric Pickett
Bus operator, Chicago Transit Authority

$52,678

Gregory Magruder
Bus repairer, Chicago Transit Authority

$49,471
GREENS KEEPERS
 

Steve Kaliski
Floriculturist, Garfield Park Conservatory

$45,736

Stephanie Wynne
Tree trimmer, Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation

$56,826

Thankgod Omenazu
Supervising environmental engineer, Chicago Department of Environment

$85,908

Patti Sauntry
Assistant forester, Naperville Department of Public Works

$53,098
BRAINS AND BRAWN
 

Gloria Salas
Psychiatrist, Chicago Department of Health

$151,224

Michael Tootelian
Personal trainer/owner of 1 on 1 Fitness Training

$150,000
MIND MELDERS
 

William Gerstein
Former principal, School of Entrepreneurship at South Shore High School

$114,000

Zoila Garcia
Principal, Whittier Elementary School

$102,000

English teacher
Park Forest Academy (a private behavioral-disorder school)

$29,500

Tara Volbrecht
Self-employed tutor, A+ Tutoring Services

Approx.  $15,600
(averaging $35 an hour, 10 hours per week)

Mollie Godfrey
All-but-dissertation Ph.D candidate, University of Chicago

$13,000 stipend
(plus $4,500 for teaching, approx. $3,500 for an archiving job, and $3,000 as a research assistant)

Paula McQuade
Associate professor of English, DePaul University

$59,750

Ingrid Dorer Fitzpatrick
Academic dean, Latin School of Chicago

$90,900*

M. C. Roderick
President and director, National Merit Scholarship Corporation

$185,083*
HEALTH AND BEAUTY
 

Larry Goodman
President and CEO, Rush University Medical Center

$663,254*

Gwendolyn Moton
Operating room nurse, University of Chicago Hospitals

$215,820*

Staff nurse
North suburban hospital

$145,600

Saul Ayala
Communicable disease control investigator, Chicago Department of Health

$41,496

Karen Washington Jone
X-ray technologist, Chicago Department of Health

$49,980

Teresita Hogan
ER physician, Resurrection Medical Center

$244,014*

James Vasilakis
Physician, Swedish Covenant Hospital

$240,547*

Second-year internal medicine resident
West suburban hospital

$41,870

Jennifer R. Moran-Ferguson
Cosmetic dentist/owner, Water Tower Dental Care

$147,126
(practicing one day a week)

Wendy Jordan
Reiki master (reiki is a Japanese stress-relieving technique akin to massage), Wendy Jordan Reiki 

$20,000

Heather Pisano
Massage therapist, Beauty on Call

$40,000

Angela Hartman
Stylist/owner of Twisted Scissors salon

Approx.  $30,000
(not including gratuities)

Image consultant
The Image Studios

$46,000
CAN’T BUY ME LOVE?
 

Penny Dawn
Romance novelist

$1,200
(35 percent royalty on all sales)

Jaime Marie Stepp
Party host (also a model and actress), Jaime Stepp and Company

Approx.  $80,000
(depending on number of events)

De Kuan Xie
Foster grandparent, Chicago Department on Aging

$2,756
(20 hours per week)
HIRE LEARNING (Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education)
 

Warrick L. Carter
President, Columbia College Chicago

$348,159*

Anthony E. Jones
President, School of the Art Institute

$306,061*

Rev. Michael J. Garanzini
President, Loyola University Chicago

$0*
(undisclosed compensation is paid to the president’s religious order)

Rev. Dennis H. Holtschneider
President, DePaul University

$0*
(undisclosed compensation is paid to the president’s religious order)
SOUL PROPRIETORS
 

David Gwartney
Lead pastor, the Church of Wrigleyville

$57,600

Senior rabbi
Area synagogue

$170,000

Catholic priest
Inner-city parish associate pastor, Archdiocese of Chicago

$32,400
(plus room and board, car and health care allowances, and “stole fees” for weddings and funerals)

Godfrey J. Catanus
Associate pastor of student ministries, Northwest Filipino Baptist Church,  Elk Grove Village

$39,000
THE BOYS’ CLUB (Jordan’s 2006 salary, Forbes; all others, 2005, Chicago Tribune)
 

Timothy R. Schwertfeger
CEO, Nuveen Investmentsn

$6.32 million

Miles D. White
CEO, Abbott Laboratories

$4.78 million

Melvin J. Gordon
CEO, Tootsie Roll Industries

 $4.39 million

Gregory C. Case
CEO, Aon

$3.93 million

Robert W. Lane
CEO, Deere

$3.6 million

Robert L. Parkinson Jr.
CEO, Baxter International

$3.16 million

G. Allen Andreas
CEO, Archer Daniels Midland

$3.08 million

James W. Owens
CEO, Caterpillar

$2.57 million

Edward M. Liddy
CEO, Allstate

$1.82 million

Richard C. Vie
CEO, Unitrin

$1.61 million

Glenn F. Tilton
CEO, United Airlines

$1.12 million

Joe Mansueto
CEO, Morningstar

$107,022

Michael Jordan
Former athlete/endorser

$32 million (2006)
BEAN COUNTERS
 

Accounting manager
Small Skokie-based medical equipment distributor

$63,000

Global tax operations analyst
Accenture

$56,000

Account manager
CDW Corporation

Approx.  $50,000
(including commission)

Jonathan Wysaski
Self-employed S&P 500 options trader

$100,000, minimum

Manager/consultant
Insurance  consulting firm

$98,000
(plus bonus, 15 to 30 percent of salary)

Marine subrogation representative (claim handler, cargo division)
Insurance company

$42,000

Barista
Area Starbucks store

Approx. $16,562
(including gratuities; 30 to 35 hours per week)

Co-owner
Chicago-based coffee company

$78,000
TECH SUPPORT
 

Eric Kiander
Video game programmer, Midway Games

Approx.  $70,000

Steven Danan
PC technician, Abbott Laboratories

$32,000

Thomas Van Housen
Computer consultant/owner, PC/Mac Guru Ltd.

$60,000

Ryan Wolff
Flash designer/digital video editor and producer, Harmony Joyride Productions

$20,000
BOOKKEEPERS
 

Veronica Velez
Freelance QuickBooks guru

Approx. $14,950

Hector Hernandez
Librarian (level 4), Chicago Public Library

$75,264

Joshua Kotin
Editor, Chicago Review, a journal of poetry and fiction

$8,500

Robert Karrow
Curator of special collections and maps, Newberry Library

$73,950*
STOP AND GO TRAFFICKERS
 

Sabrina Guzman
Parking enforcement officer, Oak Park Department of Public Works

$16,318

Annette Stacey
Booter, Chicago Department of Revenue

$52,728

Jeffrey Weiner
Traffic engineer, Chicago Department of Emergency Management and Communications

$82,212

Debra Carolan
Crossing guard, Naperville Police Department

$6,725

Limo driver
Town & Country Limousines, Inc

$45,760
(including gratuities)

Cabdriver
City Service

$26,000
(including gratuities)
HIS AND HERS
 

First-year female veterinarian,
Lake View vet clinic

$65,000

and
First-year male veterinarian (and fiancé of vet above),
Lake View vet clinic

$63,000

Barack Obama
U.S. senator and author

 $154,047*
Senate salary plus $1.2 million partial payment on $1.9-million three-book deal

and
Michelle Obama
Vice president for community and external affairs, University of Chicago Hospitals

$316,962*
(Source: Chicago Tribune)

Casey Deja
Self-employed graphic designer

Approx.  $50,000

and
Peter R. Deja
Loan officer, Diversified Mortgage

$100,000

Airida and Valdas Judys
Florists/owners, SunFlowerGallery

$120,000
(combined)
HOUSEHOLD NAMES
 

John Maloof
Realtor, Century 21 Grande

$80,000
(down from $156,000 in 2005)

Daniel Deja
Real-estate sales agent, Cross County Realty

Approx.  $50,000

Ari Elliott
Realtor, Chicago Apartment Finders

$80,000

Landlord
Midsize apartment management company

$48,000
WHO YOU GONNA CALL?
 

Joseph F. Braun
Exterminator/manager, Rose Pest Solutions
(plus a bonus of up to $8,000)

$52,000

Gus Martinez
Carpenter/owner, All Affordable Construction

$70,000

Tim Ramey
Electrician/owner, T & R Electrical

$50,000

 

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