Koehler

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Koehler is a transliteration of the German surname Köhler, referring to a man making charcoal from wood. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Arthur Koehler, American investigator notable for his role in the Lindbergh kidnapping investigation
  • Don Koehler, recognized as tallest man in the world from 1969 to 1981
  • Greg Koehler, Canadian ice hockey player for the Bloomington Prairie Thunder in the International Hockey League
  • Jim Koehler, professional monster truck driver
  • Johann Gottfried Koehler, German astronomer who discovered a number of nebulae, star clusters, and galaxies
  • Judy Koehler, Republican, former Illinois State Representative, U.S. Senate nominee, 18th Congressional district primary contestant, and losing incumbent to the Illinois 3rd District Appellate Court
  • Marc Koehler, Dutch architect
  • Pip Koehler, former Major League Baseball outfielder for the 1925 New York Giants
  • Paul Koehler, drummer in Silverstein, a Canadian straight-edge emo band
  • Robert Koehler, German-born painter and art teacher who spent most of his career in the United States of America
  • Ted Koehler, American lyricist who collaborated with composer Harold Arlen to write for live shows and movies from the 1920s through the 1940s

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