Estelle Kathryn Hengstler, 92, of Sebastian, Florida went to heaven on December 18, 2020.
She was born in New York, New York to Gladys and Frank Bautista. She was married to Howard Hengstler
Estelle was left a widow at a very early age and continued to raise her 6 children.
She is survived by her sister Elaine Clark; her children Howard (Elvira); Robert (Mary); Karen LaBelle; Estelle Zettler (Maynard); Stuart; Douglas; her 10 grandchildren and their 3 spouses; and 4 great grandchildren.
Estelle (“Nan” to all who knew and loved her) truly leaves a multigenerational legacy. A very close knit and supportive large and growing family. She profoundly and positively influenced them all.
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