Quackenbush is surname that refers to:

  • Bill Quackenbush (1922–1999), Canadian professional hockey player
  • Chuck Quackenbush (b. 1954), American politician from California; state insurance commissioner and state assemblyman
  • Dave Quackenbush (contemporary), American punk rock singer
  • Henry Quackenbush (1847–1933), American industrialist
  • John A. Quackenbush (1828–1908), American politician from New York; U.S. representative 1888–1893
  • Mike Quackenbush (contemporary), American pro wrestler
  • Robert Quackenbush (b. 1929), American children's author
  • Robert Quackenbush (Wisconsin politician), (1923-2006) American politician from Wisconsin

Other articles related to "quackenbush":

Mike Quackenbush - Career - National Wrestling Alliance (2007–2010)
... Quackenbush defeated Tiger Mask IV at the now defunct Fight Sports Midwest, to capture the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship on May 11, 2007 ... Throughout the match, Quackenbush unlaced and loosened Tiger Mask's mask, a major sign of disrespect amongst masked wrestlers ... In the finish of the match Quackenbush completely pulled off his opponent's mask and used the distraction to pin him for the title ...
San Diego Padres Minor League Players - Kevin Quackenbush
... Kevin Quackenbush San Diego Padres Pitcher Born (1988-11-28) November 28, 1988 (age 24) Land O'Lakes, Florida Bats Right Throws Right Kevin Quackenbush (bor ... Quackenbush attended Jesuit High School in Tampa, Florida, and the University of South Florida, where he played college baseball for the South Florida ... Quackenbush was named a second team All-American in 2011 ...
SRC (band) - The Early Years
... The Fugitives, which featured Glenn Quackenbush, Gary Quackenbush E.G ... The Quackenbush brothers went to see Richardson at one of the final Chosen Few gigs at the Ann Arbor Armory, run by Pete Andrews (later SRC's manager) ...
Robert Quackenbush
... Robert Mead Quackenbush (born July 23, 1929) is an American author and illustrator of children's books ... Quackenbush was born in California and now lives in New York with his wife Margery, who is a director of the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP) ...