Huttig Building Products didn't pay executive bonuses for the second year in a row, but a larger stock award boosted Chief Executive Jon Vrabely's 2018 compensation by 32 percent.
Vrabely earned a total of $1.2 million last year, according to a proxy statement filed Wednesday. His salary was flat at $600,000, but his stock award was increased to $600,000 from $300,000.
The stock, however, lost value as Huttig's shares plunged 73 percent last year. By year's end, Vrabely's grant was worth just $180,000.
The company missed its target for economic value added in both 2017 and 2018, so executives got no bonuses in either year.
Vrabely's other compensation of $27,904 included a car lease, insurance premiums and 401(k) contributions.
Huttig, a building materials distributor based in Town and Country, estimated that Vrabely earned 25 times as much as the median employee, up from 20 times in 2017.
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