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Craig Curley


Running for Board of Finance
(6-year term)


  • 25-year resident of Fairfield
  • 30+ years in financial services 
  • Chairman, H. Smith Richardson Bldg Committee
  • Democrat


  • 25-year resident of Fairfield
  • Managing Director, Bank of America Renewable Energy Finance
  • 30+ years financial services experience; work with multi-billion-dollar budgets daily
  • Chairman, H. Smith Richardson (HSR) Building Committee (2018-21); led the successful $7MM golf clubhouse and restaurant facility design and rebuilding effort; completed $150K under budget
  • Chairman, Fairfield Golf Commission (2009-14); developed and implemented the 10-year master improvement plan, which became the template/model for other Fairfield commissions
  • H. Smith Richardson Men’s Club: member, Board Member, and Scholarship
  • Committee Chair, Fairfield National Little League (FNLL): Coach (2006-2013), Division Coordinator (2007-2013), All Star Coach (2009-2013), Fields Coordinator (2010-2013), Board of Directors (2008-2014)
  • As FNLL Fields Coordinator, oversaw three major field renovations, all completed on time and under budget
  • Recipient, FNLL 2015 Outstanding Service Award
  • Member, Gaelic American Club
  • Member, Fairfield Democratic Town Committee
  • Married 26 years to Cathy; proud father of two Fairfield Public School graduates
  • B.S., Finance, UConn School of Business


I have over 30 years of financial services expertise, which enables me to provide constructive financial oversight to the town, ensure accountability, and make independent, data-driven decisions.

In business and in service to my community, I have a proven track record of building consensus. I’m committed to respectful discourse, thoughtful consideration of all views, and creative problem solving to achieve desired outcomes.

If elected, I promise to bring that ethic to the Board of Finance in service to ALL Fairfielders.




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