Fairfield County Bank's Lynne Byington Recognized As Community Pillar

Lynne Byington, Branch Manager of the Fairfield County Bank Cranbury Office in Norwalk, was recognized by The Exchange Club of Norwalk as a Pillar of Public Service. The recognition demonstrates Lynne’s commitment to the Norwalk community, devoting her time to making the community a better place.

Through the years, Ms. Byington has volunteered for the American Cancer Society, previously served as an active board member of the Mid-Fairfield Child Guidance Center, an ambassador of the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, and a board member of the Norwalk Police Athletic League.

Lynne is currently serving as president of the Norwalk Senior Center board and finance committee. She is also a trustee with the Lockwood Mathews Mansion Museum as secretary and a member of the executive committee. Lynne also volunteers at the Norwalk Public Schools as an active mentor of the Norwalk Mentor Program and a teacher for Junior Achievement; a business focused course.

“Lynne has made the Norwalk community a better place through her volunteerism. We are very proud of her accomplishments and are fortunate to have someone like Lynne working with us,” said Andrea Coreau, Senior Vice President of Fairfield County Bank.

Lynne resides in Norwalk with her husband James, a retired Norwalk Police Officer. With more than 40 years of banking experience, she currently works as an Assistant Vice President at Fairfield County Bank. After graduating from Norwalk High School, Lynne attended Norwalk Community College, the American Institute of Banking, the Connecticut School of Finance Management and the Norwalk Leadership Institute.

Her proudest accomplishment is raising her two children, Adam and Lillianna.