Keppler

Keppler is a name of German origin. It may refer to:

  • Ernest Keppler (1918-2001), an American politician and jurist
  • Georg Keppler (1894-1966), a Waffen-SS officer
  • Joseph Ferdinand Keppler (1838-1894), satirical cartoonist and editor of Puck Magazine
  • Michael Keppler, a CSI TV show character
  • J. J. Keppler, International Vice President of the Machinists Union in 1915

Other articles related to "keppler":

Herbert Keppler - Life and Career
... Herbert Keppler was born in New York on April 21, 1925 to the commercial illustrator, Victor Keppler ... After the war, Herbert Keppler was a reporter for The New York Sun and worked for the trade magazine Footwear News, but found his calling, when he in 1950 became an Associate Editor at ... In 1987, Herbert Keppler joined Popular Photography and was Vice President and Senior Counselor of this magazine at the time of his death ...
Victor Keppler
... Victor Keppler (1904 - 2 December 1987) was an American commercial photographer and author ... Keppler was born in Manhattan ... Throughout his career as a photographer, Keppler did advertisements for clients such as Camel Cigarettes and the United States government ...
Joseph Ferdinand Keppler - Biography - Udo Keppler
... Keppler's son, Udo J ... Keppler (1872–1956), was also a political cartoonist and editor for Puck Magazine, a collector of Indian artifacts and an Indian activist ... He had his name changed to Joseph Keppler, Jr ...
Law Of Gravity (CSI) - Plot
... Before the start of his shift, Keppler eats dinner at a diner where he runs into an older man named Frank McCarty ... Frank, who appears to know Keppler from New Jersey, asks Keppler for a favor, but Keppler quickly says no before Frank can explain ... Keppler denies knowing either Graves or McCarty, despite also being from Trenton ...