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Larry LeGrand

C.P.A., AIF®

Vice Chairman, Chief Financial Officer

Larry LeGrand

C.P.A., AIF®

Vice Chairman, Chief Financial Officer


With more than 35 years of experience in personal finance and corporate income tax planning, Larry is Plancorp’s go-to expert on everything tax-related. His career in public accounting began at KPMG and eventually led him to his CFO role at Plancorp in 2001. Between these roles, he honed his executive leadership skills as the Executive Vice President for an aerospace manufacturing firm.

A St. Louis native, Larry makes time to stay involved in the community. He’s served as the Director of numerous boards over the years and currently holds the title at St. Louis University High School, St. Joseph’s institute for the Deaf, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute and Visiting Nurses Association. Outside of work and board involvement, Larry enjoys golfing, skiing and spending time with family.

Community Involvement
  • President, Visiting Nurses Association, 2/2012 – present
  • Director, St. Joseph’s Institute for the Deaf, 1984 – May 2018
  • President of the Board, 7/2005 – 2008
  • Director, St. Louis Psychoanalytic Institute, 7/2005 – present
  • Director, Visiting Nurses Association, 2/2003 – present
  • Board Chair, SSM Health, Jan 2018-present
  • St. Louis University, BS Commerce, 1973


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