Susan Guth is a communication consultant known for being a former wife of Bill Walton, a retired American professional basketball player. Her husband Bill is now a television sportscaster on TV. Together they had four children, Adam (born in 1977), Luke Walton (born in 1980), Nathan (born in 1977), and Chris Walton.
The former basketball player Walton married Guth on 24 February 1979. But the two began dating back in 1978. Their marital relationship came to an end in 1989.
Net Worth and Salary
Susan Guth is currently into some philanthropic work and is the founder and President of the Indigo Village Educational Foundation and Indigo Village.
Guth's exact net worth is not revealed. However, according to some online sources, she rakes in around $110,000 per year on average. Also, her ex-husband, Walton, has an estimated net worth of approximately $20 million, which he earned from his playing professional basketball.
She was married to Bill for around 10 years and after the divorce, she must have got some portion of his wealth as a child and spousal support.
Relationship with Bill Walton
Susan Guth and Bill Walton met and started dating in the late 1970s. After some years of courtship, they married on February 24, 1979. The couple is the parents of four children together whose names are Chris Walton, Nathan Walton, Luke Walton, and Adam Walton.
Susan's former husband Bill with their four children SOURCE: Playerswiki
After a decade-long relationship, the couple got divorced in 1989. The reason for their separation was kept private. Bill then married his second wife, Lori Matsuoka, whereas Guth has decided to remain single.
Susan Guth's Children
Guth and Walton have four children together. Their eldest child, Adam, studied at Louisiana State University. He is a college assistant coach at San Diego Mesa College.
Nathan is the second child and is 6 feet 7 inches tall. He played basketball at Princeton University and graduated from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business with an MBA degree. He is the President of SGS Holdings LLC. He also does business in the oil industry.
Bill Walton, the ex-husband of Susan Guth SOURCE: Instagram @billwalton
Luke played for Los Angeles Lakers, where he won 2009 and 2010 NBA Finals. Prior to being the head coach for Sacramento Kings, he was the head coach of the LA Lakers. He has two children together with his wife.
Susan's former husband with current wife Lori SOURCE: Married Biography
Christopher Walton is the youngest child and played for San Diego State. He is now into the real estate business.
Professional Life and Career
Susan Guth set her career in motion working for the McLean High School from 2004 to 2008. In December 2008, her professional career leaped, and she worked as an editor for CofC Miscellany Literary Magazine and Promotions & Technical Assistant for CofC Department of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs. She worked there for three years and six months.
Susan Guth, former wife of Bill Walton SOURCE: Pinterest
Guth then worked as Protege at the CofC Department of Communication Protégé-Mentor Program from 2009 to May 2012. Later, from February 2012 to May 2012, she worked as Mindfire Member at Ketchum Public Relations. After that, she worked as an account executive at Iris Worldwide from January 2013 to June 2014.
After working for the Iris, she continued working as an account executive at MWW. She worked there for six months before leaving the job. In the following year, Guth joined Freelance in February 2015 and is now working as the Community Consultant. Not to mention, she is an expert in communication and relationships.
Personal Life and Family
Susan Guth, who is also known as Susie Walton, was born in La Mesa, California, USA. She attended the College of Charleston and has a degree in Foreign Language Area Studies in Italian from the University of Maryland. She now works as a communication consultant. After getting a divorce from former basketball player Clinton, Susan Guth has not married yet and is single.
Guth has received the San Diego Parent Educator of the Year award. Her main areas of expertise are communication and relationships and primarily focuses on family dynamics. She gives classes and training to parents about how to bring up children.
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