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

Christopher John Truby is a third baseman who played some of his career in Major League Baseball, though most of his time was spent in various teams' minor league systems. Chris is a 1992 graduate of Damien Memorial High School in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Harry Truby American baseball player

Harry Garvin Truby, was a former professional baseball player who was an infielder in the Major Leagues from 1895 to 1896. He would play for the Chicago Colts and Pittsburgh Pirates.

Jason Truby is an American musician. He began his career in 1989 with Living Sacrifice as lead guitarist. He was also a member of P.O.D., but has also performed with Phil Keaggy, David Beegle, Ashley Cleveland and her husband Kenny Greenberg, and was a guest performer with Phil Keaggy's band Glass Harp at the First Annual Denver Guitar Festival.

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Truby King New Zealand health reformer

Sir Frederic Truby King, generally known as Truby King, was a New Zealand health reformer and Director of Child Welfare. He is best known as the founder of the Plunket Society.

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