Scheel

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Not to be confused with Scheele.

Scheel is a surname of Germanic origin. It may refer the following persons:

  • Arnd Scheel, mathematician at the University of Minnesota
  • Ellen Scheel, a Norwegian football player
  • Fritz Scheel (1852–1907), German-American orchestra conductor
  • Georg Scheel, a Norwegian barrister
  • Günther Scheel (1921–1943), German ace fighter pilot in the Luftwaffe during World War II
  • Gustav Adolf Scheel (1907–1979), German physician in the SS during the Nazi regime
  • Herman Scheel (1859–1956), Norwegian jurist; chief justice of the Supreme Court 1920–29
  • Heinrich Scheel, a baltic German architect.
  • Ingeborg Scheel, a Swiss Olympic fencer
  • John Scheel, MD, term coiner of naturopathy
  • Jørgen Jacob Scheel (1916-1989), Danish aristocrat, soldier and ichthyologist
  • Karl Scheel (1866–1936) was a German physicist
  • Mildred Scheel (1932–1985), German doctor; second wife of Walter Scheel
  • Walter Scheel (1919–2016), German politician; president of the Federal Republic of Germany 1974–79
  • Baron Boris Vietinghoff-Scheel (1829–1901), a Russian composer

Scheel may also refer to:

  • Karl Scheel Prize, an award given annually by the Physikalische Gesellschaft zu Berlin
  • Scheels All Sports,a privately held, employee owned and operated sporting goods and entertainment chain store headquartered in Fargo
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