Woodstock Fire Protection District Overtime – 2015

Today McHenry County Blog moves onto Fiscal Year 2015.

Overtime totaled $405,416.

FY 2015 Overtime Totals per Employee
Last Name First Name Running Total
Baumgartner Sean $11,239.83
Beatty Zachary $7,015.72
Behrns Adam $153.00
Biederer John $2,913.16
Bordeau Kip $3,853.71
Brinkman Michael $8,055.84
Brown Shane $559.16
Brunetti Joseph $10,860.06
Burns Nathaniel $4,435.82
Bush Karen $8,228.80
Case Ryan $2,424.80
Cedergren Joshua $702.75
Cooke DeAngelo $4,873.05
Davis Claude $13,464.69
DeSerto Meagan $300.33
Flores Jose $4,270.21
Freund Robert $8,225.16
Gulli Matthew $8,690.96
Harding Andrew $1,883.55
Havens Tracy $90.20
Hedges Matthew $6,971.40
Heideman Paul $10,033.51
Hill Michael $4,478.10
Jagels Christopher $37.50
Johnson Richard $10,618.31
Keefe Patrick $3,153.52
Knutilla Kevin $2,836.15
Kordecki Robert $5,531.69
Krejci Aaron $7,167.76
Kristensen Eric $5,020.52
Kurka Jeff $439.22
Kurth Brian $137.60
Lamis Danielle $1,079.93
Lesniak Jeffrey $5,487.84
Lozowski Eric $2,202.20
Mains Ryan $3,282.13
Major Zachary $446.16
Marek Brian $319.52
Mass Adam $2,340.87
Miller Jason $8,184.53
Miller Ryan $7,343.39
Murphy Quinn $6,935.58
Nieman Scott $12,415.40
Parker Brendan $15,846.00
Pauley Stephen $9,358.08
Pihl Aaron $3,936.66
Poplawski Jack $2,890.88
Potoczky John $10,009.11
Randecker Jeffery $2,825.43
Ritzert Scott $6,416.03
Ryan Patrick $21,082.03
Sahs Kyle $351.47
Schroeder Timothy $8,365.68
Shannon Michael $19,311.03
Shannon Zachary $6,754.81
Suarez Daniel $75.00
Teresi Brandon $8,405.50
Vasquez Steven $75.00
Vizanko Eric $23,578.75
Wagner Ross $1,446.30
Wasiele Bradley $39.94
Weber Christopher $3,536.23
Webster Tyler $9,697.66
Weir Nicholas $8,833.51
Wessel Scott $9,397.10
Williams Chad $10,663.66
Zbierski Ryan $6,712.49
Zurick John $7,104.33
TOTAL   $405,416.31

Comments

Woodstock Fire Protection District Overtime – 2015 — 3 Comments

  1. Just from the numbers given, it appears the firemen could hire 5 new full timers and save $100K. Time to make some changes.

  2. I’m unclear why this is newsworthy, are you going to survey other departments such as Huntley. Algonquin or Crystal Lake? Due to the nature of the shift schedule, all departments have overtime expenses.

  3. Looking at the different years of overtime with everyone I have some questions. Some of these employees are making quite a bit in overtime. I wonder how much overtime they have accumulated over their careers dollar wise and what the percentage of overtime pay was given to them compared to their annual salaries? I would wonder if some were making 25% or more in overtime compared to salaries. And with this overtime how does this go into their retirement pension benefits. This seems to be a good way to pad your pension. Another scam really!

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