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In 2016, John R. Alicandro retired at the age of 62 with 360910.00 days of creditable service. His last agency of employment was 564 (Probation), and his title at retirement was Probation Officer. At the time of his retirement on 2009-06-30T00:00:00.000, his average salary was 67040.00, resulting in an annual pension of 48932.88. His monthly pension was calculated to be 4077.74. The type of retirement is indicated as SA with a PERSON ID of 51666 and TRANS NO of 11005071.

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ALLPENSIONS null 2016-11-30T18:14:04.000Z Search

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SA48932.88564360910.0067040.00PROBATION OFFICER2009-06-30T00:00:00.000JOHNALICANDRO20161100507162PROBATION4077.7451666R


  data:
    [
   {
      "type_of_retirement": "SA",
      "annual_pension": "48932.88",
      "agency_last_worked_in": "564",
      "creditable_service": "360910.00",
      "average_salary": "67040.00",
      "title_at_retirement": "PROBATION OFFICER",
      "date_of_retirement": "2009-06-30T00:00:00.000",
      "first_name": "JOHN",
      "last_name": "ALICANDRO",
      "year": "2016",
      "trans_no": "11005071",
      "age_at_retirement": "62",
      "department_last_worked_in": "PROBATION",
      "monthly_pension": "4077.74",
      "person_id": "51666",
      "middle_initial": "R"
   }
]

  keys:
    [
   "type_of_retirement",
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   "agency_last_worked_in",
   "creditable_service",
   "average_salary",
   "title_at_retirement",
   "date_of_retirement",
   "first_name",
   "last_name",
   "year",
   "trans_no",
   "age_at_retirement",
   "department_last_worked_in",
   "monthly_pension",
   "person_id",
   "middle_initial"
]
    

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    debug: columns: name:
    [
   "AGE AT RETIREMENT",
   "AGENCY LAST WORKED IN",
   "ANNUAL PENSION",
   "AVERAGE SALARY",
   "CREDITABLE SERVICE",
   "DATE OF RETIREMENT",
   "DEPARTMENT LAST WORKED IN",
   "FIRST NAME",
   "LAST NAME",
   "MIDDLE INITIAL",
   "MONTHLY PENSION",
   "PERSON ID",
   "TITLE AT RETIREMENT",
   "TRANS NO",
   "TYPE OF RETIREMENT",
   "YEAR"
]

    debug: columns: type:
    [
   "Calendar date",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Number",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text",
   "Text"
]