Carolyn Futtner

Candidate, Town Council

Carolyn Futtner is a founding partner of Southington law firm, Mancini, Provenzano & Futtner, LLC and has fully embraced the community’s rich cultural heritage and business-friendly environment since moving to the Apple Valley.

A native of South Windsor, Carolyn attended UConn and earned a law degree from  Western New England College. Since being admitted to the Connecticut Bar, she has focused on real estate and business law, collections, workers compensation, family and child custody, estate planning and personal injury cases.

Since its inception in 2013, Carolyn’s firm has steadily grown, and moved from North Summit Street to Factory Square.   As a Downtown business tenant, and member of the Southington Chamber of Commerce, Carolyn looks forward to fostering small-business growth in Southington.

Carolyn is a proud member of Southington Rotary, a local civic organization that  supports local initiatives such as town-wide cleanup, food drives, and provides financial support to local causes and scholarships. She has participated in the Southington Rec’s summer softball league, and currently sponsors a women’s fall league softball team.  An avid hiker, she supports Crescent Lake and the Southington Linear Trail, and their contribution to the health and wellness of our community.

Through Mancini, Provenzano & Futtner, Carolyn supports STEPS, the Southington Town-Wide Effort to Promote Success, which helps fund substance abuse prevention in our community, the Southington Historical Society, and the local charity, the Mill Foundation.

Carolyn is the daughter of fourth-generation owners and operators of Futtner’s Family Farm in East Hartford and South Windsor, and an avid supporter of land preservation issues.  She is also a member of the Southington Conservation Commission.

As a business owner and resident, a life-long champion of land preservation issues, and community activist, Carolyn is honored and excited to seek election to the Southington Town Council. She welcomes the opportunity to talk to voters in the coming weeks about her vision for the town, and how she can use her experience, expertise and enthusiasm to help make it happen.

If she hasn’t met you at your front door campaigning, she welcomes the opportunity to speak with and hear from her fellow residents via phone or email. (860) 863-4500.

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