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William Habermehl

ORANGE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION

  • Employer:
    ORANGE COUNTY OFFICE OF EDUCATION
  • Pension System:
    CalSTRS
  • Region:
    Los Angeles
  • Years of Service:
    47.15
  • Retirement Year:
    2012
Benefits Information (2015)
Pension $354,643 /year
Benefits $0
Disability $0
Total Amount $354,643
Total Net of One Time Payments $354,643
Comparisons
California Rank #297 in California
Region Rank #241 in Los Angeles
Pension System Rank #2 in CalSTRS
News & Updates
  • UnionWatch.org

    While Retired City Manager Golfs, New Americans in El Monte Struggle to Make Ends Meet

    February 14, 2017 5:18 pm

    This is one in a series of CPC profiles of members of California’s $100k Pension Club.  Learn about the elite members of this club in our new video.

    Vigilant as always, Lady Liberty keeps a keen watch over the republic, representing the opportunity and freedom that is America. She stands tall, with her eternal […]

  • UnionWatch.org

    Convicted or Not, L.A. Sheriff Baca Will Collect a Big Pension

    January 17, 2017 5:00 pm

    Leroy “Lee” Baca, the man served for 16 years as L.A. County’s top cop, has admitted to charges of lying to the FBI in a coverup of inmate abuse at the county jail. But even if convicted, the retired Los Angeles County Sheriff will continue to receive retirement benefits – today valued at more than $342,000 annually.

    A […]

  • UnionWatch.org

    How to Get Rich by Teaching at UC

    January 3, 2017 3:00 pm

    They may not have won a Nobel Prize, but California taxpayers and students are awarding ten retired University of California professors an attractive consolation prize:  pension benefits amounting to more than $300,000 each per year.

    Topping the list of UC pension beneficiaries is Fawzy I. Fawzy, M.D. a Professor of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at […]

  • UnionWatch.org

    Fat Pensions and Dubious Results at California Community Colleges

    December 6, 2016 5:00 pm

    Among progressive politicians, community colleges have recently taken on an iconic status. These are the scrappy institutions battling income inequality one mind at a time – helping lift underprivileged young strivers into the middle class. The result has been a drive to subsidize these schools, often without regard to their cost-effectiveness. Among the beneficiaries are retired community […]

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    Average “Full Career” CalPERS Retirement Package Worth $70,000 Per Year

    August 16, 2016 4:43 pm

    “‘What makes the ‘$100,000 Club’ some magic number denoting abuse other than the claims of anti-pension zealots?’ said Dave Low, chairman of Californians for Retirement Security, a coalition of 1.6 million public workers and retirees.”

    This quote from a government union spokesperson, and others, were dutifully collected as part of Orange County Register reporter Teri […]