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Top compensations in Chancellor'S Office

Name Hire date Compensation
Billy C. Hamilton 9/2/2013 $524,360
Raymond Bonilla 9/6/2011 $401,700
Phillip A. Ray 10/15/2012 $387,229
Jon E. Mogford 11/1/2011 $328,879
James R. Hallmark 3/1/2012 $328,879

Top Vice Chancellor, Business Affairs compensations at Chancellor'S Office

Name Hire Date Compensation
Phillip A. Ray 10/15/2012 $387,229


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