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Origin Bank Hires Gibson Eatherly as Commercial Relationship Banker

Origin Bank has announced that J. Gibson Eatherly has joined the bank as a senior vice president, commercial relationship banker for the company’s Jackson team. Eatherly has 17 years of banking experience, with specialties in a variety of areas including commercial real estate, middle market lending, agricultural financing, equipment financing, and capital financing solutions.

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Origin Bank Hires Stephen Oden as Mortgage Loan Officer

Origin Bank has announced that Stephen Oden has joined the bank as a mortgage loan officer on the company’s Shreveport-Bossier City team.

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Origin Bank is Early Adopter of the .bank URL

Origin Bank announced it has transitioned its company website, www.originbankonline.com to the new URL, www.origin.bank. More than 45 percent of banks nationwide have secured .BANK domains, but Origin is one of the first to actually make the transition.

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Origin Bank Employee Earns Certification

Origin Bank has announced that Brandi Kyzar was awarded the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification. Recognized and demanded by organizations worldwide, the PMP validates the competence of the project manager to lead and direct projects and teams.

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Origin Bank promotes Warrie R. Birdwell to Dallas Regional President

Origin Bank has announced that Warrie R. Birdwell has been promoted to the bank’s executive team as its Dallas regional president.

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Origin Bank Promotes Billy Haddad to Ouachita Parish Market Leader

Origin Bank announced that Billy Haddad has been promoted to Ouachita Parish market leader. Haddad has 19 years in the banking industry and began working for Origin Bank in May 2008. He specializes in business development, community partnerships and investor relations. In his new role, Haddad will oversee the business and commercial teams in the Ouachita Parish market, focusing on expanding existing client relationships and developing new ones.

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