Stempel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Gary Stempel (born 1957), English-Panamanian football manager
  • Herbert Stempel (born 1926), television game show contestant who exposed the rigging of results in the 1950s quiz show Twenty One
  • Robert Stempel (1933–2011), Chairman and CEO of General Motors

Fictional characters:

  • Aaron Stempel, fictional character on the television show Here Come the Brides and the Star Trek novel Ishmael (as Aaron Stemple)

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Other articles related to "stempel":

Herb Stempel - The Champion
... Several weeks later, Enright paid Stempel a visit while his wife was out at the theater and he was babysitting their young son, and posed the fateful question "How would you like to ... — Herb Stempel Stempel was not only provided with coaching on the answers and directions on how to deliver them, but on his physical appearance as well ... Stempel was married to a woman whose family had money and the couple was not suffering financially, but Enright decided that the image of an underdog, a penniless GI working his way through school, would ...
Robert Stempel - Later Career
... In 1993, Stempel joined Stanford Ovshinsky, founder of Energy Conversion Devices (ECD) as an adviser ... Stempel was named chairman in 1995 ... Shortly after Stempel became chairman, ECD partnered engineered and provided the nickel-metal hydride batteries powered the EV-1 ...
Herb Stempel - Life After The Scandal
... Following the scandal, Stempel finished putting himself through college on the G.I ... who co-produced the film, also co-produced the 1994 feature film Quiz Show, in which Stempel was portrayed by John Turturro ... Stempel actually made an uncredited film debut in that movie, portraying a different contestant being interviewed by the congressional investigator Dick Goodwin, played by Rob Morrow ...
Here Come The Brides - Plot Summary
... Sawmill owner Aaron Stempel (Mark Lenard) puts up much of the expense money as a wager that Bolt won't succeed, with the three Bolt brothers betting their mountain (home to their logging company) ... Much of the dramatic and comic tension in the first season revolved around Stempel's efforts to sabotage the deal and take over the Bolts' holdings ... Stempel became more friendly in the second and final season, which focused more on the development of individual characters and the conflicts associated with newcomers and with people just passing through ...
Stempel - See Also
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