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Quitman-based BTH Bank is now part of Origin Bancorp, headquartered in Ruston, Louisiana.

The previously announced transaction was finalized on August 1, with Origin Bancorp, the holding company for Origin Bank based in Choudrant, Louisiana, acquiring BT Holdings, the holding company for BTH Bank.

Origin now has about $9.78 billion in assets, $6.68 billion in loans and $7.98 billion in deposits. Origin Bank and BTH Bank will operate as separate banking affiliates until the merger of the banks, which Origin expects to complete at the same time as the data processing transformation early in the fourth quarter of this year.

In connection with the merger, Laurie Sirman, president and chief executive officer of BTH Bank, and Jay Dyer, executive vice president of BTH Bank, joined the boards of directors of Origin Bancorp and Origin Bank. They will also participate in Origin Bank’s executive management team.

Get Sorted is launched

Ashton Rossow, right, launched Get Sorted, an organizational services business. She is pictured with her husband Kevin.

Longview resident Ashton Rossow launched her new business, Get Sorted, to help people organize their lives.

“It’s something I’ve been interested in my whole life,” she said, recalling reports of teachers describing her as the most organized student, tidying up other students’ desks. She would also arrange rooms for them as friends.

The Pine Tree High School and Kilgore College graduate is married to her high school sweetheart, Kevin, and has been working for Stitch Fix for four years, a career she started so she could stay home with her newborn. Stitch Fix is ​​a personalized online clothing shopping service.

Rossow, whose website is, organizes everything from closets to kitchens, playrooms, garages and bathrooms and helps people unpack and downsize when they move.

“It’s something I really love and enjoy,” she said.

Rossow can also be reached at (903) 806-7531, [email protected] and on Facebook at

Rapid Recovery is expanding to Longview


Rapid Recovery in Tyler will be expanding soon. The IV Treatment Spa is set to open with a grand opening in Longview on August 4.

A business that offers IV treatments for conditions such as migraines, hangovers and dehydration has expanded to Longview.

Rapid Recovery, an IV spa, offers customized liquid packages of vitamins, electrolytes, minerals and medications that can be administered in a person’s home, office or hotel, event or business, according to CEO and partner Robert Wheeler Jr.

Wheeler is a 1986 graduate of Pine Tree High School.

The Longview location celebrated its grand opening last week at 2828-B Bill Owens Parkway.

The first Rapid Recovery location opened in Shreveport in 2016, and the second in Tyler in January 2020.

Guest treatment is available from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday. Home calls and off-site procedures are available by appointment from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week.

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Pittsburgh gets the first Whataburger

Pittsburgh Whataburger

Tyler-based DKT Investments broke ground Wednesday on its new Whataburger in Pittsburgh.

Tyler-based DKT Investments is expanding into Pittsburgh, starting construction on the city’s first Whataburger.

Whataburger will be at 700 N. Greer Blvd. in Pittsburgh, where it will be with a separately owned convenience store. The restaurant is expected to open next year.

The Pittsburgh location will be DKT’s 23rd restaurant.

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