Senn

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Senn may refer to:

  • Ann C. Senn (born 1958), global strategy Principal with Deloitte and US Masters swimmer
  • Alfred E. Senn (born 1932), professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin–Madison
  • Bill Senn (1905–1973), professional American football running back in the National Football League
  • Chris Senn (skateboarder) (born 1972), professional skateboarder, known for his aggressive and spontaneous style
  • Chris Senn (video game designer), video game designer perhaps best known for his work on Sonic X-Treme (Sega)
  • Daniel Senn (born 1983), Swiss footballer
  • Deborah Senn, Washington politician
  • Frank Senn (born 1943), American Lutheran pastor and liturgiologist
  • Franz Senn (1831–1884), pastor, whose concern for the poverty of his parishioners lead him to encourage tourism into the Stubai
  • Hans Senn (1918–2007), general officer of the Swiss Army
  • Jean Antoine Petit-Senn (1792–1870), poet of French-Swiss origin
  • Johann Senn (1795–1857), political lyric poet of the Vormärz
  • Jordan Senn (born 1984), American football linebacker
  • Mark Senn (1878–1951), Conservative and Progressive Conservative party member of the Canadian House of Commons
  • Nicholas Senn (1844–1908), surgeon, instructor, and founder of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States
  • Reinhold Senn (born 1936), Austrian luger who competed during the 1960s
  • Ricardo Senn (born 1931), retired track and road bicycle racer from Argentina
  • Thomas J. Senn, American naval officer and 1891 graduate of the United States Naval Academy

See also[edit]

  • Franz Senn Hut, alpine hut in the Stubai Alps owned by the Austrian Alpine Club
  • Senn High School, located on the North Side of Chicago in the Edgewater community
  • Senn retractor, double ended retractors used in surgical procedures