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Reiber Reiber is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Brent Reiber Brent Reiber (born December 31, 1966, in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan, Canada) is a Swiss ice hockey referee, who referees in the Swiss National League A.
Ludwig Reiber Ludwig Reiber (1904–1979) was a German art director. The veteran Reiber worked on film and television set design from the silent era to the early 1970s. He was employed by the Munich-based Bavaria Film at the Emelka Studios. He worked on two Alfred Hitchcock films during the 1920s that were shot at Emekla. Following the Second World War he was employed on several European-made Hollywood productions such as "Decision Before Dawn" and "Paths of Glory".
Carolin Reiber Carolin Reiber (born 2 November 1940) is a German television presenter.
Frank Reiber Frank Bernard Reiber (September 19, 1909 – December 26, 2002), nicknamed "Tubby," was an American baseball catcher. He played in Major League Baseball for the Detroit Tigers in 1933, 1935 and 1936. He also played 11 years in the minor leagues, including stints with the Evansville Hubs (1930–1931), Beaumont Exporters (1932), Toledo Mud Hens (1933, 1937), Montreal Royals (1934, 1936), Toronto Maple Leafs (1938–1939), and Portland Beavers (1940–1941).
Frank Reiber Reiver died in 2002 in Bradenton, Florida, at age 93.
Carolin Reiber Reiber works in Germany as television presenter on German broadcaster ARD and Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR). Television magazines as "'Jetzt red’ i", "Unser Land" and "Die lustigen Musikanten" with Maxl Graf were shows with Reiber on German broadcaster BR From 1984 to 1993 she presented on German broadcaster BR magazine "Carolins Fleckerlteppich" and then from 1993 "Bayerntour". On German broadcaster ZDF Reiber presented show "Volkstümliche Hitparade" and later show "Wunschkonzert der Volksmusik". Reiber married Luitpold Maier and has two sons.
Brent Reiber He has officiated many international tournaments including the Winter Olympics.
Frank Reiber Reiber was born in Huntington, West Virginia, in 1909. He moved to Detroit as a boy and attended Detroit Central High School.
Frank Reiber Reiber played for the Detroit Tigers in 1933, 1935, and 1936, appearing in 44 major league games. He compiled a .271 batting average with 15 hits, seven runs scored, two doubles and one home run. Reiber was a backup catcher with the 1935 Detroit Tigers team that won the 1935 World Series.