Schultz, a German surname derived from Schultheiß, may refer to People:

  • Albert Schultz (born 1963), Canadian actor
  • Alby Schultz (born 1939), Australian politician
  • Ana María Schultz (born 1935), Argentine freestyle swimmer
  • Andrew Schultz (born 1960), Australian classical composer
  • Barney Schultz (born 1926), professional baseball player
  • Brenda Schultz-McCarthy (born 1970), Dutch former female tennis player
  • Bud Schultz (born 1959), former US professional tennis player
  • Connie Schultz (born 1957), US journalist
  • Dave Schultz (ice hockey) (born 1949), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Dave Schultz (amateur wrestler) (1959–1996), US wrestler
  • David Schultz (professional wrestler), US professional wrestler
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz (born 1966), US politician
  • Don Schultz (born 1936), chess administrator
  • Don E. Schultz (born 1934), marketing expert
  • Dutch Schultz (1902–1935), US gangster
  • Dwight Schultz (born 1947), US actor
  • Daniel Schultz (1615–1683), painter
  • Ed Schultz (born 1954), US broadcaster
  • Friedrich Wilhelm Schultz (born 1804), German pharmacist and botanist
  • George P. Shultz (born 1920), former US Secretary of State
  • Heinrich Schultz (born 1924), Estonian cultural functionary
  • Henry Schultz (1893–1938), US economist
  • Hermann Schultz (1836–1903), German theologian
  • Howard Schultz (born 1953), US businessman
  • Ivan Schultz (1891–1974), Canadian politician
  • James Willard Schultz, (1859–1947) Apukuni, American author, hunter, trader, guide
  • Johannes Schultz, (1582–1653), composer
  • Johann Heinrich Schulze (1687–1744), German academic, inventor of a primitive photogram
  • Johannes Heinrich Schultz (1884–1970), German psychiatrist
  • John Schultz (born 1938), Australian AFL player
  • John Christian Schultz (1840–1896), Canadian politician
  • Keith and Kevin Schultz (born 1953), identical twin child actors, singers, photographers
  • Mark Schultz (amateur wrestler) (born 1960), US wrestler
  • Mikhail Schultz (1919–2006), Soviet/Russian physical chemist, artist (correct transcription; see also Shultz)
  • Monika Schultz (born 1967), US engineer and aquanaut
  • Nick Schultz (born 1982), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Peter C. Schultz (born 1942), US inventor of fiber optics
  • Peter G. Schultz (born 1956), US chemist
  • Peter H. Schultz (born 1944), US planetary geologist
  • Philip Schultz (born 1945), US Pulitzer Prize winning poet
  • Ron Schultz (born 1938), Florida, USA politician
  • Theodore Schultz (1902–1998), US economist
  • William Schultz (born 1960), US animation producer
  • William Charles Schultz (1926–2006), CEO of Fender Musical Instruments Corporation
  • William N. Schultz (born 1967), retired American football offensive lineman

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Seattle Super Sonics Relocation To Oklahoma City - Lawsuits - Basketball Club of Seattle LLC V. Professional Basketball Club LLC
... between members of Bennett's group prompted former Sonics' owner Howard Schultz to file a lawsuit that sought to rescind the sale of the team and alleged that Bennett's group used ... On May 20, 2008, Schultz's attorney added alleged a breach of contract as a third cause of action against Bennett ... attorney and ESPN senior writer Lester Munson said that while the remedies Schultz sought were "without precedent in the sports industry", he did believe that both the Schultz case and Seattle's ...
Schultz - Other Uses
... Schultz, Pleasants County, West Virginia. ...
Bruce Schultz (bishop)
... Bruce Allan Schultz (24 May 1932 – 27 July 2012) was the eighth Bishop of Grafton in the Anglican Church of Australia ... Schultz was educated at Culcairn High School, St Columb’s Hall and St John’s College, Morpeth ... Schultz died in Buderim Views in 2012 ...
Schultz & Larsen
... Schultz Larsen is a Danish rifle and silencer manufacturer that originally was located in the city of Otterup, but as of 1994 have been located in the town ... The company was founded in 1919 by Hans Christian Schultz (1864–1937) and Niels Larsen (1889–1969) ... Schultz and Larsen acquired a suitable set for manufacturing rifles and started producing small caliber target rifles ...
Mark Schultz (album) - Reception - Critical Reception
... Smith has built his career upon, but Schultz has a little more of a rock piano and gospel influence, and actually a more appealing voice ... most interesting production is "When You Give," which finds Schultz (who also plays keyboards) backed by a gospel choir that breaks into the R B chestnut "Ta ... Schultz's songs cover a wide range of topics, from learning to see God from a blind man's perspective to the pain of letting go when a child finally grows up." ...