Thor Industries

Industry group: Motor Vehicles And Motor Vehicle Equipment

Headquarters: Indiana

Overview

Average pay of disclosed executives at Thor Industries

Annual data

2018

On October 31, 2018, Thor Industries reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2018.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Peter B. OrthweinExecutive Chairman$2,082,573
Robert W. MartinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$14,993,153
Colleen ZuhlSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$3,765,145
Todd WoelferSenior Vice President General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary$3,132,116
Kenneth D. JulianSenior Vice President of Administration and Human Resources$2,367,472

Robert W. Martin — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $14,993,153 in total.

In addition, Colleen Zuhl — Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $3,765,145; Todd Woelfer received $3,132,116; Kenneth D. Julian received $2,367,472; Peter B. Orthwein received $2,082,573.

2017

On November 2, 2017, Thor Industries reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2017.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Todd WoelferSenior Vice President General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary$2,825,544
Kenneth D. JulianSenior Vice President of Administration and Human Resources$2,141,339
Peter B. OrthweinExecutive Chairman$1,890,965
Robert W. MartinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$13,268,685
Colleen ZuhlSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$3,381,930

Robert W. Martin — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $13,268,685 in total.

In addition, Colleen Zuhl — Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $3,381,930; Todd Woelfer received $2,825,544; Kenneth D. Julian received $2,141,339; Peter B. Orthwein received $1,890,965.

2016

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Todd WoelferSenior Vice President General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary$1,908,136
Kenneth D. JulianSenior Vice President of Administration and Human Resources$1,623,644
Peter B. OrthweinExecutive Chairman$1,452,241
Robert W. MartinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$9,320,161
Colleen ZuhlSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$2,198,584

Robert W. Martin — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $9,320,161 in total.

In addition, Colleen Zuhl — Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer — received a total compensation of $2,198,584; Todd Woelfer received $1,908,136; Kenneth D. Julian received $1,623,644; Peter B. Orthwein received $1,452,241.

2015

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Todd WoelferSenior Vice President General Counsel, and Corporate Secretary$1,364,314
Kenneth D. JulianSenior Vice President of Administration and Human Resources$1,091,450
Peter B. OrthweinExecutive Chairman$2,190,520
Robert W. MartinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$7,232,342
Colleen ZuhlSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$1,364,314

Robert W. Martin — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $7,232,342 in total.

In addition, Peter B. Orthwein — Executive Chairman — received a total compensation of $2,190,520; Todd Woelfer received $1,364,314; Colleen Zuhl received $1,364,314; Kenneth D. Julian received $1,091,450.

2014

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Peter B. OrthweinExecutive Chairman$1,988,970
Robert W. MartinPresident and Chief Executive Officer$6,325,366
Colleen ZuhlSenior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer$1,038,063
Todd WoelferSenior Vice President, General Counsel, and Corp. Secretary$1,080,563
Kenneth D. JulianVP of Administration and Human Resources$817,114

Robert W. Martin — President and Chief Executive Officer — received the highest compensation: $6,325,366 in total.

In addition, Peter B. Orthwein — Executive Chairman — received a total compensation of $1,988,970; Todd Woelfer received $1,080,563; Colleen Zuhl received $1,038,063; Kenneth D. Julian received $817,114.

2007

On October 30, 2007, Thor Industries reported executive compensation for fiscal year 2007.

NamePositionCompensationDetails
Wade F. B. ThompsonChief Executive Officer, Chairman and President principal executive officer$270,000
Peter B. OrthweinVice Chairman and Treasurer$100,000
Richard E. RiegelIII, Chief Operating Officer$1,052,851
Walter L. BennettExecutive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary principal financial officer$1,119,432
H. Coleman DavisIII, Chairman of Keystone and former Chief Operating Officer$3,349,030
Ted J. Bartusformer Vice President, Purchasing$172,743

H. Coleman Davis — III, Chairman of Keystone and former Chief Operating Officer — received the highest compensation: $3,349,030 in total.

In addition, Walter L. Bennett — Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary principal financial officer — received a total compensation of $1,119,432; Richard E. Riegel received $1,052,851; Wade F. B. Thompson received $270,000; Ted J. Bartus received $172,743; Peter B. Orthwein received $100,000.