Larry Ratzlaff

Advisory Board

Larry Ratzlaff, a 40-year veteran of the banking industry, is executive vice president and state president for Mississippi for Origin Bank and has been in that position since 2010.

Prior to this role, Ratzlaff served as senior vice president and commercial banking executive, Commercial Real Estate for Mississippi, Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas, managing a staff of 30 in the commercial real estate business unit for the State of Mississippi and the Ark-La-Tex geographies. Portfolio included multi-family apartments and affordable housing, office, retail and industrial.

Ratzlaff earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma in 1980, followed by a degrees from ABA National Commercial Lending School in 1980, and a ABA National Commercial Lending Graduate School in 1981.

He serves on the boards for St. Dominic Health Services Foundation as well as the Metro Jackson Habitat for Humanity and the Diabetes Foundation of Mississippi.

Ratzlaff and his wife, Lisa, reside in Madison and are members of St. Richard Catholic Church.