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Top compensations in Wildlife Services

Name Hire date Compensation
Alan R. Armistead 1/5/2004 $80,353
Rafael J. Sandoval 9/1/1992 $78,911
Rhonda G. Liles 1/16/1978 $49,127
Gregory M. Ashabranner 4/1/1987 $48,966
Josef D. Zotter 9/15/1997 $44,071

Top Wildlife Damage Management Specialist compensations at Wildlife Services

Name Hire Date Compensation
Daymon Stotts 11/1/1988 $42,510
Terrence W. Shriver 10/1/1991 $41,996
Miller H. Walker 7/1/1985 $40,520
Mark I. Smith 7/1/1987 $39,400
David S. Trevino 10/1/1991 $38,389


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