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14 Health Unit employees make the Sunshine List

KAWARTHA LAKES-In accordance with the Public Sector Salary Disclosure Act, the Haliburton, Kawartha Pine Ridge District Health Unit has released names, positions, salaries and total taxable benefits of employees paid $100,000 or more in the previous calendar year.

Lynn Noseworthy, the Medical Officer of Health made just under $300,000 last year.Mary Catherine Director, Corporate Services made $138,644.06 and rounding out the top three was Anne Marie Holt, Director, Health Protection with a salary of $130,913.04

Here’s the full list:

Name Position Salary Taxable Benefits
Franke, Lynne Manager, Organizational Initiatives $103,142.12 409.38
Holt, Anne Marie Director, Health Protection $130,913.04 $334.38
Johnston, Deborah Manager, Health Protection; Environmental Health $108,498.89 $334.38
Kelly, Fiona Director, Foundational Standards $128,941.02 $334.38
Masciangelo, Mary Catherine Director, Corporate Services $138,644.06 $334.38
McCleary, Lorna Manager, Health Promotion; Healthy Communities $103,132.12 $334.38
McBride, Colleen Manager, Human Resources $124,446.11 $684.38
Moon-Kelly, Rachel Manager, Health Promotion; Healthy Schools 103,142.12 $484.38
Noseworthy, Lynn Medical Officer of Health $299,482.58 $334.38
Orpana, Leslie Director, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention $127,435.92 $306.80
Ovcharovich, Richard Manager, Health Protection; Environmental Health $109,042.12 $434.38
Rock, Marianne Manager, Health Protection; Communicable Disease Prevention and Control $104,524.69 $407.53
Stuckless, Pamela Director, Health Promotion $115,685.74 $334.38
Tremblay, Chandra Manager, Corporate Services; Communication and IT Services $104,082.12 $334.38



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