|. Dallas Grey Nester, 1947 - , s/o Hoover Martin Nester
. author: Michael D. Nestor, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
C33151 Dallas Grey Nester,9 C3315 (Hoover,8,John,7,Thompson,6,Anderson,5,William,4)
. b 1947 Patrick Co, Va.
. m(1) 20 Jan 1965 Guilford Co, NC to Betty Jane Cox, b 2 Apr 1945 Patrick Co, d 16 Feb 2013 Burlington, NC (SSDI Va),
. d/o Walter Robert Cox and Nellie Beasley. Dallas and Betty div 29 Dec 1995 Alamance Co, NC.
. See Betty's picture below.
. m(2) Lynne Williams, b ca 1959.
. Dallas was a Brown Wooten Mills executive for 35 yrs, and currently manages Nester Hosiery, 1546 Carter St, Mt Airy,
. NC 27030. Of Wilmington, NC in 2014.
. 1. Dallas Keith Nester, b 1965 Surry Co, NC, m Lara ____.
. 2. Kerry Grey Nester, b 1968 Surry Co, m Jennifer ____.
. 3. Kelly Scott Nester, b 1972 Surry Co, m Ann Nicole Guite (Nicole), b 1971 Alamance Co, NC, d/o Charles Richard
. Guite and Marianne ____.
. President of Nester Hosiery, Mt Airy, Surry Co, NC, a company begun in 1993 in Dobson, NC, and moved in 2002
. to Mt Airy, into the former Brown Wooten Mills building. He became the CEO in 2016. See article below.
. a. Sebastian Nester.
. b. Smith Nester.
. 4. Jason Kent Nester, b 1978 Surry Co.
. 5. Jarrett Matthew Nester, b 1980 Allamance Co, NC, m Susan ____.
. Of Greensboro, NC.
. Ref: 1. 2007 article on Nester Hosiery.
. 2. "TheTimesNews", 20-21 Feb 2013: obit for Betty Cox Nester, 67, d/o Walter Robert Cox and Nellie Beasley Cox,
. and former wife of Dallas Grey Nester. Survived by sons Dallas Keith (Lara) Nester, Kerry (Jennifer) Grey Nes-
. ter, Kelly (Nicole) Scott Nester Jason Kent Nester and Jarrett (Susan) Matthew Nester, and grandchildren Kath-
. erine Beasley Nester, Jacob Alexander Nester, Hiatt Grey Nester, Cooper James Nester, Samuel Graves Nester,
. and Sebastian Scott Nester. Preceded in death by brother John Dewry Cox and survived by brothers Robert
. Samuel Cox, Kenneth Howard Cox, and Ralph James Cox, and sister Mary Cox Osborne.
. 3. "The Mount Airy News", 30 Jun 2016: A change of leadership has occurred at Nester Hosiery in Mount Airy, but
. one that keeps it in the family. Kelly Nester, who had been serving as president of the sock manufacturer located
. on Carter Street, is now its chief executive officer. Nester’s uncle, Marty Nester — the company founder and the
. former CEO — will continue to chair Nester Hosiery’s board of directors in the wake of Kelly Nester’s promotion.
. “We have been moving toward this change for some time and I am confident that under his (Kelly’s) leadership
. Nester Hosiery will continue to grow and thrive,” Marty Nester said in a statement. Nester Hosiery was founded
. in 1993 in the Dobson area, and now employs more than 200 people in its Mount Airy facilities, where the com-
. pany produces socks for many of the world’s leading outdoor, performance and lifestyle brands. Kelly Nester
, joined the company in 1996 and became president in 2008. After he came on board, Nester and his uncle began to
. pursue private label production for outdoor retailers who wanted to have their own brand of socks, according to
. previous reports. Nester Hosiery has gone on to build a reputation as a family-owned, environmentally respon-
. sible company that has established a niche as a designer and manufacturer of innovative socks for mountaineers,
. firefighters, military personnel, athletes and others. This reflects a decision years before by Marty Nester to focus
. on socks for outdoor markets, which included investing in special equipment to knit wool. One key development in
. that regard occurred in 2013 with Nester Hosiery’s launching of its Farm to Feet division. That name highlights the
. company’s production of 100-percent American-made socks from a supply chain located completely within the
. United States. The Farm to Feet segment produces a full range of socks for both rugged pursuits and normal use,
. made with merino wool from the Rocky Mountains and other materials from domestic sources. The brand is sold
. by outdoor retailers across the country. Nester Hosiery thus has remained a thriving enterprise amid a culture of
. change in the local apparel industry which has led to other companies outsourcing production to foreign locations
. or closing altogether. “Marty has created a strong foundation for us by instilling a company culture committed to
. tireless product innovation and development of the best manufacturing processes,” Kelly Nester said in a state-
, ment concerning his new leadership role. “I am fortunate and excited to carry this forward.”
. 4. https://www.richandthompson.com/tributes/Richard-Guite
. Richard Charles Guite, of Burlington, died Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at his home. He was the son of the late
. Charles Bloom Guite and the late Ruth Muriel Conner Guite. Survived by his wife Marianne, daughters Shannon
. Guite Beck, and her husband, Al, of Elon, Nicole Guite and her husband, Kelly Nester, of Wilmington; a son,
. Richard Scott Guite and his wife, Janai Meschery, of Petaluma, California; five grandchildren, Walker Beck, William
. Beck, Carson Guite, Sebastian Nester and Smith Nester; a brother, Jack Walker Guite and his wife, Florence, of
. Newington, Connecticut; a sister-in-law, Bonnie M. Lawrence and her husband, Frank, of Norfolk, Virginia and
. special nieces and nephews, Jay Guite, Jessica Guite, Josh Guite and Dee Lawrence.
|. Betty Cox Nester
. Picture from her obituary
|. Kelly Nester
. Picture from article on Nester Hosiery