Manion may refer to:

  • Daniel Anthony Manion (born 1942), Federal judge
  • Ed Manion, American saxophone player
  • Jack Manion (1877-1959), San Francisco Police Sergeant
  • John Manion (born 1931), retired Canadian civil servant
  • Robert James Manion (1881-1943), leader of the Conservative Party of Canada
  • Manyam Zamindar of French Yanam.

Other articles related to "manion":

Ed Manion - Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band
... On 2/1/09 Manion performed and played baritone sax as part of a 5 piece horn section with Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band during the halftime show at Super Bowl XLIII in Tampa, Florida ... Pender (trumpet), Mike Spengler (trumpet) and Stan Harrison (tenor sax), Manion also made several guest appearances, most notably at Meadowlands Arena in ... Manion together with Rosenberg, Pender, Spengler and Mario Cruz, sometimes referred to as The Tunnel Of Love Horns, accompanied Springsteen throughout the tour ...
Tom Manion - District 8
... veteran, won against Republican nominee Tom Manion, a businessman and retired Marine, and Independent Tom Lingenfelter ... Manion, a retired Marine Colonel and executive at Johnson and Johnson, ran unopposed in the Republican primary in April ... Murphy is a veteran and a strong critic of the war, while Manion, whose son 1stLt Travis Manion was killed in Iraq in April 2007, supports the war ...
Daniel Anthony Manion - Nomination and Judicial Career
... On February 21, 1986, President Ronald Reagan nominated Manion for the bench, to a seat vacated by Wilbur Frank Pell, Jr. ... The nomination was controversial, but Manion was confirmed on June 26, 1986, and received his commission on July 24, 1986 ... Manion assumed senior status on December 18, 2007, but continues to hear cases regularly ...
Daniel Anthony Manion - Education and Early Career
... Manion received his B.A ... His father, Clarence Manion, was dean of Notre Dame Law School and a founding member of the John Birch Society ... At Notre Dame, Daniel Manion was a participant in the Bengal Bouts ...
Clyde Manion
... Clyde Jennings Manion (October 30, 1896 – September 4, 1967), nicknamed "Pete," was a Major League Baseball catcher for the Detroit Tigers (1920–27), St ... Manion was born in Big River, Missouri and died in Detroit, Michigan ...