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Elizabeth Canizares-Brucker Joins First County Bank As Mortgage Loan Originator

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First County Bank is pleased to announce Elizabeth “Beth” Canizares-Brucker, to our Residential Mortgage Division, as a mortgage loan originator.

We are pleased to announce the recent addition of Elizabeth “Beth” Canizares-Brucker to the Bank’s Residential Lending division as a mortgage loan originator. With the hiring of Brucker, First County Bank continues to augment our talented pool of mortgage loan originators to better meet the needs of its customers.

“Beth brings a solid mortgage lending, origination and marketing background to the Bank. She has knowledge in all aspects of mortgage origination and specializes in home purchase, refinance, first time buyers and luxury home lending,” said Reyno Giallongo, First County Bank’s chairman and CEO. “We look forward to her contributions which complement and further enrich the expertise of our First County Bank Residential Mortgage Division.”

Beth Brucker works closely with a network of realtor and financial professionals throughout Connecticut. Since 2002, she has been involved in the residential mortgage industry with some of the nation’s leading lending institutions. Brucker has considerable experience in all aspects of origination and helps guide borrowers through the loan process, recommending the best solutions for each customer. She specializes in helping first time home buyers achieve home ownership as well as working with customers in the luxury home market.

Prior to joining First County Bank, Beth was a mortgage lender who knows the local market and understands customer needs. Previously, she was an international marketing professional with a top 20 IT corporation in the Fortune 500. She is actively involved in the community with the Westport Rotary Club as social chair, newsletter editor and Lobster Fest member; The Rotary Means Business as social chair; American Heart Association of CT and NY as Advisory Board member and is a member of the International Society of Lower Fairfield. Over the years, she was also an active member of the Shellfish Commission for the Town of Westport and a volunteer in many other community and national charitable organizations. She earned her B.S. in Finance and Management from Fairfield University. Beth currently resides in Wilton, CT with her family.

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