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Campbell Pensions: What Public Employees are Receiving

CalPERS pension list shows what former city and school employees are collecting.

Some 120 retired employees of the city of Campbell, 261 from the , 335 from the and 161 from the Moreland School District are drawing pensions from the California Public Employees Retirement System.

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

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

Among other reforms, the legislation raises the retirement age for most new employees from 55 to 67 to receive full benefits. It also eliminates so-called "double dipping" and caps the pensions of highly paid retired workers.

On the CalPERS database of current retirees, atop the Campbell city employees list is a former police chief, David L. Gulo, who worked for the city for more than 28.8 years. He retired with an initial monthly pension of $16,922.64 a month, which comes to $203,071.68 a year.

At the other end of the pension list are 11 city retirees whose 2011 gross pension came to less than $5,000.

Atop the list for the Campbell Union School District is a retired administrator with almost 40 years of service to CUSD, Johanna Vandermolen. She retired with an initial monthly pension of $14,244.97, which comes to $170,939.64 a year.

At the other end of the pension list are 10 school district retirees with 2011 gross pensions of less than $10,000.

Atop the list for the Campbell Union High School District is a retired administrator with almost 42 years of service to CUHSD, Patricia Gregory. She retired with an initial monthly pension of $14,590.36, which comes to $145,903.60 a year.

At the other end of the pension list are 11 high school district retirees with 2011 gross pensions of less than $10,000.

Atop the list for the Moreland School District is a retired administrator with almost

At the other end of the pension list are five school district retirees with 2011 gross pensions of less than $10,000.

cathleen van hook September 12, 2012 at 03:28 PM
It pays to be an administrator. Their pensions are not at all representative of those of the union members they oversee.

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