La'Ron Pointer

la'ron pointer

July 3, 1981 ~ August 26, 2019

La’Ron Pointer, age 38, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, passed away on Monday, August 26, 2019. He was born on July 3, 1981, to Rozina Pointer and Alfred Runyon. After finishing high school, La’Ron pursued a career in the healthcare field and worked numerous years as a CNA. La’Ron decided to go back to school and graduated with an associates degree in business management from Waukesha County Technical College in 2016. He was hired at Guaranty Bank, as a personal banker and worked his way up to branch manager. When Guaranty Bank converted to First Citizens bank, he became a financial sales manager/ assistant vice president. La’Ron truly found his calling and made a lasting impact on all who worked with him. Everyone who knew La’Ron, knew he was a Carolina Panthers fan. He loved to tease friends who were fans of other teams. He enjoyed watching the Milwaukee Bucks and listening to sports podcasts. La’Ron liked to play online games with his friends. His friends meant the world to him and he considered them as family. La’Ron had the best sense of humor and loved to joke with everyone, especially those close to him. La’Ron is survived by his wife, Lindsay (Desormier); his children, Devante, Xavier, Raven and Jasmine; mother, Rozina Pointer; friend and mother to Davante, Xavier and Raven, Kanika Sims, and many close friends and extended family. He was preceded in death by his father, Alfred Runyon. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family. A donation will be made to the Keep Pounding cancer research fund in La'Ron's name. All Services Trusted to: Paradise Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services 7625 W. Appleton Avenue Milwaukee, WI 53222 414-461-8000

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  1. I m really gonna miss u. Laron but ill NEVER forget the good times laughs and fun i had being ur friend.. Truely missed but never forgootten… ❤Laquail

  2. Thanks for making some long, dreadful work shifts just a little brighter. It was a pleasure to have know ya and work with you for many years. I hope you are pain-free and at peace in the afterlife. Thinking of your family during this difficult time.

  3. You was a good friend and always made people laugh when they was down. You will be truly missed by alot of people. R.I.H my friend

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