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Wall Colmonoy average salary is $46,968, median salary is $46,800 with a salary range from $39,104 to $55,000.
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Program Supervisor 55,000-55,000 Santa Ana, CA, 92701 2017 Wall Colmonoy Program Supervisor Salaries (1)
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Behavioral Interventionist 39,104-39,104 Santa Ana, CA, 92701 2014 Wall Colmonoy Behavioral Interventionist Salaries (1)
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Supervisor 46,800-46,800 Santa Ana, CA, 92701 2012 Wall Colmonoy Supervisor Salaries (1)
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  • Wall Colmonoy Corporation
  • Industry: Metals/Mining
  • City: Madison Heights, MI
  • 1985 - The aircraft exhaust systems business of Hanlon & Wilson Company was purchased by Wall Colmonoy Corporation. This expanded our exhaust system manufacturing capabilities to make it the largest in the world. Hanlon & Wilson was the pioneer in making aircraft exhaust systems that provide both cabin and carburetor heat. They were also the prime supplier of exhaust systems to Cessna and Beech aircraft companies. 1984 - Two new families of metallizing powders, ColSprayTM and SoloCoatTM were developed.