Exec compensation: Northern Colorado’s highest-paid CEOs

Here is a look at the pay and other compensation of the CEOs at the helm of the five publicly traded companies based in Larimer and Weld counties. CEOs are ranked by total compensation, which is the combination of base annual salary, stocks and options and other compensation that can include discretionary and performance-based cash bonuses and benefits. Information was gathered from the Securities and Exchange Commission’s website, www.sec.gov, and compiled by research manager Mariah Gant.
*The non-equity incentive plan compensation is cash-based performance award.
1. Thomas A. Gendron, President and CEO
Woodward Inc., Fort Collins
Salary: $700,000
Option awards: $2,311,050
Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $1,122,169
Other compensation: $47,544
Total: $4,180,763
2. Garry W. Rogerson, CEO
Advanced Energy, Fort Collins
Salary: $218,462
Stock awards: $194,625
Option awards: $1,337,099
Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $250,000
Other compensation: $643
Total: $2,000,829
3. Robert B. Grieve, Chairman of the Board, CEO
Heska Corp., Loveland
Salary: $460,167
Option awards: $105,365
Non-equity incentive plan compensation: $246,339
Other Compensation: $7,553
Total: $819,424
4. Eric R. Ridenour, President and CEO
UQM Technologies Inc., Longmont
Salary: $227,509
Bonus: $150,000
Stock awards: $150,000
Option awards: $200,000
Other compensation: $44,765
Total: $772,274
5. Edward Holloway, President, CEO, Director
Synergy Resources, Platteville
Salary: $300,000
Bonus: $100,000
Other compensation: $9,800
Total: $409,800

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