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Learning of the passing of a cherished entertainer is never simple. Many of her and her music supporters were shocked to learn of Anita Pointer’s passing.




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One of the original Pointer Sisters, the renowned girl trio, was Anita Pointer. June Pointer, Bonnie, and Anita made composed the group. The first to pass away was June Pointer in 2006, then Bonnie Pointer in 2020. Anita was the last surviving original member of the well-known group, which was well-known for experimenting with sounds throughout the 1970s and 1980s.


According to a statement made by her spokesperson Roger Neal, Anita passed away on December 31 at 74, surrounded by her close family and friends. She lost her fight with cancer, per the statement, following a “rather protracted and valiant struggle.”

Ruth, Issa, and Sadako continue on the Pointer Sisters’ legacy that Anita, Bonnie, and June started. “While the loss of Anita extremely grieves us, we are comforted in knowing she is now with her daughter, Jada, and her sisters, June and Bonnie, and at peace,” her surviving family said in a statement.


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She was the one who kept us all close and together for such a long time; her love for our family will always be a part of each of us, it continued. During this time of loss and sadness, kindly respect our privacy. With Anita there, heaven is a more benevolent and lovely place.


The fourth of six children, Anita Pointer, was born on January 23, 1948.

She was born and raised in California, but she visited her parent’s home state of Arkansas every year. She was a saxophonist in the high school band.

She joined and formed a trio when her sisters Bonnie and June began a band. The group swiftly rose to fame for its wide range of musical offerings. “Fire,” “He’s so shy,” “Slow Hand,” and “I’m So Excited” are a few of their best successes.


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Three Grammy Awards have been given to The Pointer Sisters, and in 1994, they received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. A further achievement for Anita was her induction into the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame.


In 2015, Anita left the Pointer Sisters because of her health issues. Her daughter died in 2003 at the young age of 37.

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Anita Pointer, a well-known singer who gained notoriety in the 1970s as a sister singer with the Pointer Sisters, passed away on Saturday at 74. Her publicist stated that she passed away from cancer and was accompanied by family when she did.


In a joint statement, her four closest heirs, a sister, Ruth, brothers Aaron and Fritz, and her granddaughter Roxie McKain Pointer, stated that “While the loss of Anita deeply saddens us, we are comforted in knowing she is now with her daughter, Jada, and her sisters June and Bonnie, and at peace.” She was the one who kept us all close and united for such a long time. Each of us will carry on her love of our family. Please respect our privacy while we are grieving and losing someone. With Anita there, heaven is a more lovely and loving place.

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