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Giroy Pensions: Which Retiree Makes the Most?

Find out how much public employees from Gilroy collect in retirement.

Public employment certainly has its perks, as evidenced by the list of pensions earned by now-retired former servants to local institutions like the City of Gilroy, and Gilroy Unified School District.

The retirement compensation below is part of a list posted by the San Jose Mercury News and other newspapers.

The CalPERS list was unveiled as the state Legislature last week approved a pension reform bill that is now on Gov. Jerry Brown's desk.

Sitting at the top of the pension ladder is retired Police Chief Gregory Giusiana, who earns a yearly total of over $149K. Also high on the list is retired Police Captain Debbie Moore at $146K. See the top five pension earners from our neck of the woods below. You might be surprised to see how many people make six figures due to their decades of public service. 

Agency Retiree Annual Pension Years of Service City of Gilroy (Police) Gregory Giusiana $149,112.40 32.28 City of Gilroy (Police) Debbie Moore $146,400.32 28.98 City of Gilroy Michael Dorn $143,060.68 35.26 City of Gilroy Jay Baksa $143,030.24 30.92 City of Gilroy Gilbert Horta $129,292.52 36.02 Gilroy Unified School District Roberta Rotharmel $91,505.92 43.17 Gilroy Unified School District Mariano Corzo $88,417.44 34.32 Gilroy Unified School District Denise Stephens $88,399.60 34.77 Gilroy Unified School District Joseph Disalvo $88,222.40 33.3 Gilroy Unified School District David Clark $83,265.76 44.31

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Tamara C. September 28, 2012 at 06:00 AM
AB340 is a great way to trim the fat...I think Gov. Brown is making lemonade from the Schwarzenegger lemon surplus he was left.

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