Meet Guile Nestle, grandfather of Tyler Henry. Tyler’s recent Netflix show Life After Death with Tyler Henry brought attention not only to him but also to his family. In the show, viewers learned a disturbing past about Tyler’s mother Theresa’s family. We talked about Tyler’s grandmother Stella Guidry.
But what is there to learn about his grandfather. Well, this article covers everything from job, age, and his wife & kids below. Keep on scrolling as this article unfolds details on Tyler Henry’s grandfather.
Is Tyler Henry Grandfather Guile Nestle Still Alive?
No, Tyler Henry’s grandfather Guile Nestle died on 2 December 2017.
Guile Nestle Age At The Time Of His Death
Born on 14 August 1937, Guile Nestle was 80 years old at the time of his death.
Guile Nestle Job
Guile Nestle served as a US Navy Veteran on the USS Saratoga in Mayport, Florida. He also worked as a school custodian in Apple Valley California School District.
According to ZipRecruiter, an average school custodian makes nearly $27,178 a year. Indeed.com reported that school custodian makes an average of $16 per hour.
What Do We Know About Guile Nestle’s Wife And Kids?
Guile Nestle was previously married to Henry’s grandmother Stella Guidry. Stella had other two children Felicia and Peter.
Tyler’s mom Theresa, on the other hand, learns from her half-siblings that Stella volunteered or worked in the hospital where Tyler’s biological grandma Mary gave birth. Mary was a single mother with two children who was struggling financially at the time. They imagined Stella had persuaded the mother to hand over the child. Stella was seeing a Whiteman at the time Theresa was born, so they assumed she might have had a daughter.
Stella wasn’t a particularly good mother to her children. Aside from her abuse, the children were never taken to the dentist or the doctor, and there was rarely food in the house. Three siblings stood by each other and looked out for each other. Tyler’s uncle Peter, on the other hand, was still in touch with Stella.
Stella called Peter from her work at the Fowler Motel late one night. He was only 18 years old at the time. “I wanted to show him something,” she explained to Peter. When he arrived at the motel, Stella escorted him to the office, where the owner’s and her boyfriend’s bodies, Wen-Li Wang and Wai Lee, were bound.
Stella made up a narrative about four Mexicans who came to their house and murdered them for money. She informed Peter that if he didn’t help her get rid of the bodies, they would return and kill their entire family.
Stella Guidry, who was imprisoned for over 30 years, is said to be alive and in her 90s. After her son Peter testified against her in exchange for a lesser charge of accessory to murder, she was found guilty. Peter, on the other hand, was sentenced to two years of probation.
Probably after his wife’s arrest, Guile met his second wife Elizabeth Frances Bilyou, and married on 9 March 1996. They had a son named Barry Nestle who later married Tracy of Apple Valley, California. Elizabeth was born to her parents Howard J. Bilyou and Arvilla Marshall Bilyou in Liberty, New York. She worked as a nursing home aid and enjoyed reading, puzzles, and croqueting.
Whereas, his obituary had only mentioned Tyler’s mother Theresa Koelewyn as his children. Guile’s wife Elizabeth died at the age of 77 on 8 September 2014.
When Did Guile Nestle And Tyler Henry Grandmother Split?
Guile and Tyler Henry’s grandmother Split before 1996. But, they haven’t shared the precise date when they decided to live separately. Along with that, the reason behind their split is yet to be revealed.
Where Was Guile Nestle Born?
Guile Nestle was born in Little Falls, New York. He moved to Pea Ridge in 2004 to make a home for him and his wife Elizabeth.
Where Did Guile Nestle Die?
Guile Nestle died in Northwest Medical Center in Springdale.
Who Were Guile Nestle’s Parents And Siblings?
Guile Nestle was born to his parents Curtis James Nestle and Wava Gertrude Lewis Nestle. He had a brother named Barry who was married to Denise Nestle and a sister named Arsene Hall. Both of his aforementioned siblings died before him. He was survived by his two sisters; Elza Smith (George) of Gardiner, New York, Sheila Hoyt of Augusta, New York.