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Joseph Frank Raymond Points

Kenner, Louisiana

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Joseph ""Joe"" Frank Raymond Points passed away at his home surrounded by family on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at the age of 80. He was a native of New Orleans and a longtime resident of Metairie. Joe was self-employed for most of his life in a large variety of occupations, but his final and most...

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I already wrote something, but wanted to add more to it. My Dad (James Points) and Joe's Dad (Frank Points) were brothers. I believe my Dad was Joe's Godfather. He died on July 3rd. 1996 (23 yrs. ago.)

Joe Frank, as a child, was called "Tuggy". He is one of my 1st. cousins. As children, we would go to New Orleans for an extended visit in the summer when we were out of school. He & his brother & sister & me & my brother & sister would all play together & have a wonderful time. The 6 of us were all around the same ages of about 5 yrs. apart. Those memories are great to have. So sorry for the loss.

My condolences to the Points family. Mr. Points will definitely be missed. He was always pleasant and a joy to talk to. Never a complaining moment. If you asked how are you? he would say fine, what am I gonna do about it. My husband and I went to Points Professional Services since 1993. I remember when his business was next door to his house.
Willie and Earline Banks

Mr. Points was always accommodating to my wife and I. Since I was always working, he would open his tax business on Sundays to prepare our taxes. This went on for 23 years. He was full of stories about his family and the many businesses he held over the years. Time flew by as he prepared our taxes and told us of his life experiences. We'll truly miss Mr. Points. Our condolences to the family.
Dan and Felicia Smith.

Joe, while my son, Travis and I only saw you once a year, I always felt you were undoubtedly the best, most honest, straight up CPA in the profession. I always wondered if when the IRS received a tax return from your business, they would just see your name, not scrutinize it, and just cut the check. They knew, like all your customers knew, everything was legit. Wouldn't think of going anywhere else. You will be missed. To your family, I am truly sorry for your loss and my deepest...

Joe. I will miss you a lot. We first met when I was a state trooper and you were one of my brake tag inspectors back in the early 1970's. We even met a couple of times when we were on vacations and you also did my tax returns. We will miss seeing you and Kathleen. Judy and I will continue praying for you and your lovely family.
Our sincere condolences, Jack and Judy Lewis.