First County Bank Profile

#FridaysinFairfield: Meet Ruchi Sharma

Meet Ruchi Sharma, Teller at our Fairfield Branch located at 1312 Post Road in this edition of #FridaysinFairfield.

Tell us more about yourself.
My name is Ruchi Sharma and I live in Trumbull with my husband and two daughters. I am from India and we came to the United States in 2006. I like to keep myself busy with different kinds of activities that are related to work, house chores or entertainment. From the beginning, working in a bank and becoming teacher have been my ambitions and I am proud to say that today, I have fulfilled both.

I started my banking career with First County Bank in the Westport branch two years ago. The support and trust I received there as a new comer in banking, is something not only do I appreciate but respect. I will continue to give my best service to the Bank as well as to our customers.

In addition to fulfilling my role at the Bank, I am also the coordinator and teacher of the nonprofit organization HindiUSA. Simply put, I love what I do and there’s nothing stopping me from reaching my full potential.

What separates First County Bank from other banks?
There are many things that set First County Bank apart from other banks. However the most important thing is the enthusiasm towards our customers, which can be seen by our big smiles and the friendly manner and positive attitude we maintain in order to make customers feel like a family member. This is the most prevalent feature that separates us from other banks.

What excites you the most about the new Fairfield branch?
The opportunity to learn more and get to know more about the community’s needs in terms of banking.

What’s something someone may not know about First County Bank?
Most customers might not know that we also offer Vantis Life insurance. And also, an existing customer can now open an account online using online banking.

What is your favorite First County Bank moment?
When a customer admires our service and tells us, “That’s what I love about this Bank, the people.”

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