BRIAN M. JOHNSON @brianjohnsonBP
SOUTHINGTON - United Way of Southington has announced the retirement of Jack Eisenmann as executive director and Britt Elise Lynch as his successor.
Taylor Deegan, president of United Way of Southington, said Elise Lynch will succeed Jack Eisenmann, who served as executive director of the agency since 2015.
“I am honored to assume the executive director position and eager to contribute to the United Way’s good work, which benefits our Southington community,” Lynch said.
Deegan said United Way of Southington is "thrilled" to have Lynch join its team.
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