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Rudolf Trümpy was a Swiss geologist, who was born in the small Swiss town of Glarus. He graduated from the ETH Zürich in the late 1940s with a thesis titled: “Der Lias der Glarner Alpen”. From 1947 to 1953 he spent his post-doctoral years in Lausanne before being appointed professor at ETH Zürich in 1953. He would remain there until 1986.

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Bob Trumpy American football tight end

Robert Theodore Trumpy Jr. is a former professional American football tight end who played for the Cincinnati Bengals from 1968 through 1977. He was a two-time National Football League Pro Bowler and a two-time American Football League All-Star. Following his playing career he spent many years as a broadcast color analyst, calling four Super Bowls. He was given the Pete Rozelle Radio-Television Award by the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014.

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Vivi Gioi Italian actress

Vivi Gioi, born Vivienne Trumpy was an Italian actress. Her alternative professional last name Diesca was an anagram of De Sica, the famous actor and director with whom she was in love. She is remembered for Il signor Max, starring Vittorio De Sica, an actor with whom she worked again in Red Roses (1940). She won a Nastro d'Argento as Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Giuseppe De Santis' film Tragic Hunt. Her father was norwegian.

USS Maquinna (YTB-225) was launched 30 April 1944 by John Trumpy & Sons, Inc., Gloucester City, New Jersey; sponsored by Mrs. Margaret O. Trumpy; reclassified YTB‑225 15 May 1944; and commissioned 19 September 1944, Lt. David Weinig in command.

John H. Mathis & Company was a shipbuilding company founded around 1900, based at Cooper Point in Camden, New Jersey, U.S, on the Delaware River. At their shipyard at Point and Erie Streets, the company built luxury yachts and also commercial ships. During World War II a variety of Naval vessels were built. The Mathis shipyard closed in 1961.

Bjørn Trumpy

Bjørn Trumpy was a Norwegian physicist. He was born in Bergen. His research areas covered spectral physics, earth magnetism, cosmic radiation and nuclear physics. Trumpy was the first rector at the University of Bergen, from its establishment in 1948. He was decorated Commander of the Order of St. Olav in 1951.