McHenry County Employee Compensation – Ca-Cl

Further posting of compensation of McHenry County employees follows.

The figures show below include not only salary, but also health benefits, vacation and sick pay, plus uniform allowance.

Salary and benefit information for Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund employees are for salaries on FY 2019-20. It represents numbers that are projected to be earned at the completion of the fiscal year. Numbers do not become actual until the completion of the fiscal year.

State law only requires such information be posted for those earning over $75,000.

McHenry County, instead, decided to post such information for all employees to be more transparent.


Campo,Richard A Correctional Officer – Union $79,110.72
Campos,Henry A Court Security Ofcr – Union $41,543.00
Campos-Cruz,Porfirio H Deputy Sheriff LT $134,850.56
Cannata,Dominic R Hlth Educator/Volunteer Coord $25,927.20
Canto Jr,Benjamin P. Asst Cook/Food Service Worker $48,619.96
Canto,Digna A Food Service Assistant $22,698.00
Canto,Josephine T LPN $64,199.16
Canto,Rose Belinda P. Registered Nurse $75,378.52
Carbajal,Emily Certified Nursing Asst I $36,662.55
Carbajal,Jesica Probation Officer $61,683.66
Caridei,Mark A Court Security Ofcr – Union $61,631.92
Carlson,Donald E Chief of Operations $154,480.80
Carlson,Janelle E Kennel Tech I $39,546.60
Carlson,Jeremy R. Correctional Officer – Union $108,322.16
Carlson,Jodell L. Accounting Coordinator $54,297.72
Carlson,John J. Correctional Officer – Union $116,862.80
Carlson,Theresa K. ETSB Director $99,074.14
Carranza,Michelle N Front Desk Associate $16,256.07
Carter,David M. Marine Patrol Spvr $20,557.77
Case,Debra L Vision and Hearing Tech $48,415.68
Cashin,Jennifer G Court/Courtroom Spec I $46,532.16
Castaneda,Ana Maria Housekeeper $52,683.00
Castaneda,Aurora M Registry – CNA $4,300.66
Castellano,Edward M Marine Patrol I $11,122.80
Castillo,Rachel M Env Health Practioner $53,377.70
Castro,Annastasia Certified Nursing Asst I $46,967.66
Castro,Epifania Administrative Specialist I $41,594.10
Cavida,Chloe Hlth Educator/Volunteer Coord $53,319.20
Cello,Jeremiah L Deputy – Union $96,807.36
Cervantes Brito,Anthony Certified Nursing Asst I $5,799.17
Cervone,Megan K Certified Nursing Asst I $28,008.50
Chabalowski,Elizabeth J Legal Admin Specialist II $55,847.80
Chalira,Edwin Registered Nurse $34,456.50
Chapman,Nicholas C. Chief Managing Officer, Juv $84,158.94
Chewning,Sharon W Clinical Nurse Liaison $90,378.96
Chisamore,Dawn L Registered Nurse $22,971.00
Chorney,Adrianna R Registry – CNA $3,635.68
Chrest,Nancy J WIC Program Coordinator $88,306.12
Christensen,Chris County Board Member $49,619.94
Christensen,David A Director, EMA $105,689.18
Christensen,Michael G Correctional Officer – Union $100,756.76
Ciasto,Joachim M Plans Examiner I $64,532.28
Cichy,Nicholas C DOT Maint Worker $48,820.00
Ciepley,Mitchell A. Correctional Officer – Union $108,322.16
Claar,Cheryl A. Correctional Officer – Union $101,302.16
Clark,Maya L Food Service Assistant $8,922.42
Clesceri,Michelle A Assistant State’s Attorney $73,504.06
Clesceri,Nicholas M Deputy – Union $97,916.56
Clinge,Amber E. Certified Nursing Asst I $56,317.26
Clinge,Christine A Cook $36,642.40


McHenry County Employee Compensation – Ca-Cl — 12 Comments

  1. Well, I see the Clesceris are in fine fettle.

    And we’ll be paying for their overblown pensions til 2055.

  2. Anyone who believes a housekeeper makes almost 53k a year is warped.

    The longer you work for the County, the more money you have contributed to and have in your pension.

    These figures are not salaries so don’t be fooled!

  3. Partridge- Did you just try to shame a police officer and an assistant state’s attorney for serving their county and fighting crime?

    You should be ashamed if you are a Republican.

  4. Compassionate conservative republikkklans: think about all you could be doing with the money spent on those salaries paid to working class peasants; multiple luxury homes, yachts, convertible cars, exotic artwork to impress friends, republikkklan gop fundraisers, private jets, private islands, private resorts, access to big corporations’ board of directors, simply put, the successful, bon vibant life of an accomplished human being. Now, come back to reality and accept once and for all you are a pathetic loser with nothing better to do than looking at other people’s salary to trash them with jealousy and bitterness. Stay tuned…tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, hug a blogger, tic, tock, tic, tock, tic, tock, meeeeeeoooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww…

  5. Patrick D. Kenneally was looking for his name here then remembered that his last name is spelled with a “K”.

    I think we all know what the “D” stands for.

  6. This is what happens when you avoid early detection and treatment and allow the Public Sector to metastasize.

  7. Interesting compensation data. Of course where waste or something inordinately high, then Lois Lane or Bob Woodward types need to look into and tell us.

    Our real estate tax bill shows County amount at about 8 percent of total. But, the largest amount at 70 percent of the total is schools and school districts. This should be where the low hanging fruit should be to reduce our real estate tax bill. Other States in the U.S. keep overall cost per student much lower than our State and County and with similar student outcomes.

    What we need in McHenry County and the entire State is a law, requirement, whatever that absolutely demands that overall costs PER student be lowered by 5 percent every year for the next ten years. Then, afterward, no more than 1 percent increase in PER student costs. And, also, student outcomes must stay the same or improve every year. It is time for school districts and administrators to innovate, streamline, reduce, eliminate redundancies, et.

  8. Even our public servants cant justify some of these outrageous amounts of pay, benefits, allowances, eventual lifelong guaranteed pensions and benefits.

    Especially with The Private Sector hurting, small business owners ruined, many of us laid off or furloughed.

    How many of them were “furloughed”?

    Please, I want to know.

    Are they all still being paid by the County or on unemployment if not working?

    Or is every one of these jobs considered Essential right now?

    Guess the NW Herald would never do that kind of journalism.

    Truth would be nice.

    And a follow up to how 6 figure paydays for so many should no longer be considered “public” service.

    Its theft by Union Contracts with demands for more each passing year.

    Taxpayers are mainly Private Sector and see none of these benefits–why should public sector employees be so high and mighty?

    I thought they worked for us.

    Its backwards now.

    Keep it coming Cal, it gets worse by the letter of the alphabet.

  9. This State of Illinois and a number of others are seeing tax revenues fall off sharply due to loss of taxes from commercial sales and jobs. How will the State be able to pay bills including lavish pensions? Can there be some temporary haircuts to those with generous pensions of say between $100K and $300K per year?

    Tens of thousands of Illinois citizens have lost their jobs, some living paycheck to paycheck, and the rich pensioners such as those at $200K/year are getting a monthly amount of about $16,000. Perhaps if there were some adjustments to lower these, then rich pensioners could empathize a little with those who lost their jobs. They could then say, “I feel your pain” a little.

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