Fairfield County Bank’s Wilton office is celebrating its 20th anniversary of service to the local community this year. In 1998, Fairfield County Bank, formerly known as Ridgefield Bank, expanded its presence to the Wilton market. Since the start, the Wilton team members’ primary goal has been to ensure that their clients meet their financial goals. They achieve that objective by providing custom products and services, tailored to meet individual customer needs.
Carol Johnson, vice president and branch manager of the Wilton office, was selected to head the Wilton team. The Bank believed her familiarity with Wilton, both personally and professionally, would make her a perfect fit to lead the team. It’s a role she continues to fulfill today.
Johnson’s professional responsibilities align with her long-standing commitment to the community. She has always been very passionate about volunteering for local organizations.
“One of the many advantages of a community bank is knowing and understanding the communities we serve,” she says. “Fairfield County Bank’s commitment to personalized service and philanthropy personifies the very meaning of a community bank. Knowing our community allows our team to develop lasting and mutually beneficial relationships based on trust and respect.”
Fairfield County Bank will be celebrating all week long, March 26-31, to thank Wilton for welcoming the Bank to town 20 years ago. There will be a drawing for a basket with gifts from Village Market, Wilton Auto and Tire, Signature Style, Sweet Pierre, Ancona’s Wine and Liquors, Cactus Rose, Portofino, Regency, Tusk N Cup, Wilton Chamber of Commerce, and Orem’s Diner. To enter the drawing, stop by Fairfield County Bank’s Wilton Office at 190 Old Ridgefield Rd. to complete an entry form.
Founded in 1871, Fairfield County Bank is a $1.5 billion community bank with locations throughout Fairfield County, that says it, “…delivers a full range of financial services through superior customer relationships and the knowledge that when you put your money in Fairfield County Bank, it stays in Fairfield County–strengthening our communities.”