#106 Mar 29, 2014
retired California government workers
receive pensions in excess of $100,000
They're all listed here.
THE TOP 10 LIST
Name Monthly Annual Employer
Johnson, Michael, D $30,920.24 $371,042.88 County Of Solano
Hurst, Robert $27,377.08 $328,524.96 Jrs San Diego County Superior Court
Fuster, Joaquin, M $26,226.08 $314,712.96 University Of California At Los Angeles
Gerth, Donald, R $24,590.52 $295,086.24 California State University At Sacramento
Garrett, William $24,129.46 $289,553.52 City Of El Cajon
Ream, David, N $23,375.33 $280,503.96 City Of Santa Ana
Stahl, James, F $23,289.98 $279,479.76 Los Angeles County Sanitation District No. 2
Schlag, John, D $22,604.16 $271,249.92 University Of California At Los Angeles
Southard, Glenn, D $22,596.42 $271,157.04 City Of Indio
Adams, Randy, G $22,347.94 $268,175.28 City Of Bell
Don't cut government services…
Don't raise taxes…
Fix Pensions First!
#107 Mar 29, 2014
The City of Chico $100k per year pensioner club.....and it is growing
Name Employer Warrant Amount Annual
Alexander, Thomas E City of Chico $8,947.23 $107,366.76
Baptiste, Antoine G City of Chico $10,409.65 $124,915.80
Beardsley, Dennis D City of Chico $8,510.23 $102,122.76
Brown, John S City of Chico $17,210.38 $206,524.56
Carrillo, John A City of Chico $10,398.98 $124,787.76
Davis, Fred City of Chico $12,467.78 $149,613.36
Dunlap, Patricia A City of Chico $10,847.05 $130,164.60
Fell, John G City of Chico $9,209.35 $110,512.20
Frank, David R City of Chico $14,830.05 $177,960.60
Garrison, Frank W City of Chico $8,933.56 $107,202.72
Jack, James F City of Chico $9,095.09 $109,141.08
Lando, Thomas J City of Chico $11,236.48 $134,837.76
Mcenespy, Barbara L City of Chico $12,573.40 $150,880.80
Pierce, Cynthia City of Chico $9,390.30 $112,683.60
Probst, John D City of Chico $8,361.02 $100,332.24
Ross, Earnest C City of Chico $9,496.60 $113,959.20
Sellers, Clifford R City of Chico $9,511.11 $114,133.32
Vonderhaar, John F City of Chico $8,488.07 $101,856.84
Voris, Timothy M City of Chico $8,433.90 $101,206.80
Weber, Michael C City of Chico $11,321.93 $135,863.16
Your search returned 20 records Total Amount for this Employer
#108 Mar 29, 2014
Cal state Chico $100k pension club
Adams, Charles C California State University at Chico $9,375.38 $112,504.56
Ellis, Herman A California State University at Chico $9,087.69 $109,052.28
Esteban, Manuel A California State University at Chico $8,915.27 $106,983.24
Fercho, Ruby R California State University at Chico $10,464.59 $125,575.08
Fernlund, Phyllis M California State University at Chico $9,288.03 $111,456.36
Fox, Sherry D California State University at Chico $9,188.68 $110,264.16
Graham, Donald S California State University at Chico $9,322.16 $111,865.92
Hannigan, Robert L California State University at Chico $9,951.36 $119,416.32
King, Stephen W California State University at Chico $9,180.83 $110,169.96
Masterson, Edgar L California State University at Chico $9,722.49 $116,669.88
Mcenteggart, Ailsie B California State University at Chico $9,227.05 $110,724.60
Moon, James R California State University at Chico $9,337.36 $112,048.32
Post, William E California State University at Chico $10,445.72 $125,348.64
Reynolds, Carolynn L California State University at Chico $9,243.74 $110,924.88
Richmond, James E California State University at Chico $8,404.09 $100,849.08
Singh, Lal California State University at Chico $8,426.50 $101,118.00
Stephens, William L California State University at Chico $9,381.37 $112,576.44
Winzenz, David J California State University at Chico $8,359.10 $100,309.20
Your search returned 18 records Total Amount for this Employer
#109 Mar 29, 2014
Thanks I guess my next question is Would the percentage be tied to their last year or highest paid year? I'm not too concerned with those who are able to collect 60-70% of $50,000-$60,000/yr. It seems age is not considered in the formulas you've provided. I've been led to believe by what I've read That age plus years of service would be added and the resultant number would put the firefighter in a percentage bracket for highest paid year
#110 Mar 29, 2014
I don't understand why people react negatively to you supplying facts. They may not like your politics but the facts are very helpful and useful. THANK YOU!
#111 Mar 29, 2014
There's a letter of support for David Main in today's paper( ER). Some one from Orland (where they have a volunteer fire department), thinks he deserves what he gets.
#112 Mar 29, 2014
Most union retirement contracts (state employees) have a graduated scale tied to age. I could have gone out earlier butt at 2%.
Every time a moron like loco posts the retirement for a few high paid retirees I want to scream. For everyone making over $100,000.00 a year there are THOUSANDS who make under $20,000.00 a year on retirement.. Why doesn't he post those figures?
The real problem isn't what's paid out, it's that CAL PERS got screwed by a lot of local governments and if you study the issue it was mostly republican governments like San Diego and Orange who didn't pay the employer portion of what they were supposed to pay., I say mostly government agencies run by repubicans.. Another major contributing factor is ALL retirement systems in this country got screwed by corporate America and wall street.
#113 Mar 29, 2014
The liberal shills do not like my politics WHEN I supply facts.
and btw....the facts are readily available on the internet to anyone who wants to educate themselves.
The leftist wing of the California democratic party wants to keep the reality of an estimated $500 Billion dollar unfunded public employee pension/healthcare debt as quiet as possible.
The recent release of 100,000's of prisoners(realignment AB109, 2011) is one way that the state democrats chose to save money to fund public pensions.
The resulting crime wave has also been squelched by the bean counters in Sac.
Early Release Of Thousands Of California Prisoners Tied To Spike In Property Crimes
Cutting funding for school bus routes for our children was another cost savings....but the money wasn't returned to the taxpayers....the money went to fund the states pension programs.
As of late, the recent tax hike for the wealthy was a way to backfill some of the budget, but make no mistake..........there will be never be enough money to keep up with the budget holes the democrats have created with outrageous public employee pensions/healthcareliabilities .
Moonbeams temporary surpluses are nothing but smoke and mirrors.
#114 Mar 29, 2014
This state is RUN BY DEMOCRATS.
To say anything else shows what a total moron you really are!
and btw........stop screaming into the mirror and listen.....
ALL PUBLIC EMPLOYEE UNION PENSIONS SHOULD BE CAPPED AT $100K.
The people(like you) janitors, landscapers, secretaries, etc. should be left alone.
You really do have a comprehension problem. So......instead of supporting cutting the $100k plus public employee pensions, you will jeopardize your much smaller public pension.
THINK for a second you dope. Scale back the huge public pensions, and there will be plenty of money for the janitors and shipping clerks like you.
#115 Mar 29, 2014
I am not Dem or Repub. I'v voted party line on both sides at different times for different reasons. Blaming Calpers problems or Chico's problems sole on one or the other is just not true or helpful. I have registered independent for over 20 years because I don't want to be so tied to a party-line that I can't see a problem for what it is. But here again the facts are very helpful.
#116 Mar 29, 2014
Thanks for showing how stupid you really are. There used to be a good civil service system here in Caulifornia. You had to take an actual test and rank in the top three to get the job. It kept cronyism to a minimum. Then along comes ronnie ray -gun who started the dismantling of it and instituted more "oral" exams where it was easier to pick people using a litmus test. And under George Deukmejian, Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger the practice of picking people because of their political beliefs instead of by what they know has permeated down to the hiring on entry level people.
Fact: when the goobernator is a repubican they hire people based on political beliefs. When Democrats are in charge they hire according to an individuals abilities.
So over the years since ronnie, a majority of non political hires have been right -wing. Some organizations like the chp and CAL FIRE are conservatively 90 -95% righties.
One day I was in the high -rise (express) elevator in a state building. I worked on the top floor. As I was on my way down to smoke one day the elevator stopped and let in three well dressed upper -management types. They looked at me and must have decided I was one of them because of where I was coming from because they continued their conversation saying "who in the hell does he "Grey Davis" think he is, we still run this state!"..
Most supervisors, managers and upper management are hard right.
Since you've admitted you never worked for the government, any comments you have about government are just that opinion and not fact.
Gawd you're stupid.
#117 Mar 29, 2014
He's a hater. Yes CAL PERS has problems butt you never hear of any solutions to said problems from people like him.
He's a hater ....
#118 Mar 29, 2014
wtf is CaUlifornia you sophmoric lil twit?
Thanks for the OPINION on Calif. government hiring practices.
Of course your opinion and $1.00 won't even get you a cup of coffee in this THE OBAMA ERA.
There is a reason why Calif. is RUN BY DEMOCRATS. It is because of the huge financial power of Public employee Unions who give nearly 100% of their campaign donations to democrats.
So tuck your lil effed up opinion into your diddy bag and get ready to have your pension cut. It isn't a matter of IF there will be pension reform, it is a matter of when.
In the meantime, state government has balanced it budget to pay for these outrageous ill gotten pensions off of the backs of cities and counties...and.....by government employees with seniority throwing new hires out the door to fund even higher wages and benefits.
and.........by forcing cities and counties into making draconian local cuts...especially in the area of fixing public roadways.
Yup....you lefties have done a heck of a job screwing up the once mighty state of california.
Nice job lefties!
#119 Mar 29, 2014
Pension reform you dolt.
#120 Mar 29, 2014
I am with you. Beleive it or not, I was a registered democrat.
I don't always vote democrat. I haven't left the democratis party....it has left me.
I hate what the democratic party is doing to my beautiful state of California.
Poverty and weirdness are taking over the state.
#121 Mar 29, 2014
Trouble was there wasn't enough money to pay everyone what they think they deserve.
#122 Mar 29, 2014
And still no recommendations on how to solve the problem. If you had solutions about how to resolve the problem instead of ranting about how you want to screw all government employees people might take you seriously.
You're a jealous little hater. Your postings prove it.
#123 Mar 29, 2014
Good night everybody...past my bed and pillow time talk more 2morrow
#124 Mar 29, 2014
Are you retarded or just thick headed you lil dope.
Re-read my post #114
seriously.........what is wrong with you?
#125 Mar 30, 2014
Letter in today's Chico ER says we should raise tax by .5 cents to cover debt
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