Larry Razal is a veteran judge of Local and State pageants in the Miss America Organization. A native of Colorado, his parents were involved at the local and state level there. He attended his first state pageant in 1973, and watched as Rebecca King was crowned Miss Colorado. She would go on to become Colorado’s third Miss America. He continued his affiliation with the Colorado organization for many years and maintains their historical records as well. Larry has expanded his knowledge and background through ongoing association with other volunteers across the Miss America system.
For ten years he served as the State judges host for the Miss Oklahoma organization. In 2019 Larry became a member of the Miss Colorado Board of Directors. Professionally, he has worked in the aviation industry for 30 years as an International Purser for United Airlines. Recently, Larry has judged the Miss Kona Coffee pageant in Hawaii and the state pageants in Kentucky and West Virginia.