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Kohler is a family name of German origin. The name was first found in Saxony. It means, "Charcoal burner" so the first "Kohlers" were most likely of that occupation.
Kohler may refer to:
- Alan Kohler, Australian journalist
- Anton Kohler, German chess player
- Herbert Kohler, Jr., businessman
- John Michael Kohler, businessman
- Josef Kohler, German jurist
- Jürgen Kohler, former German football player
- Kaufmann Kohler (1843-1926), reform rabbi
- Klaus J. Kohler, German phonetician
- Richie Kohler, shipwreck diver and historian
- Terry Jodok Kohler, businessman
- Walter J. Kohler, Sr., governor of Wisconsin 1929-1931
- Walter J. Kohler, Jr., governor of Wisconsin 1951-1957
- Ernesto Kohler, flautist and composer 1849-1907
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