Pruett is surname, and may refer to:

  • Bob Pruett (born 1943), American college football coach
  • David Joseph Pruett (contemporary), American championship bowler
  • Hub Pruett (1900–1982), American professional baseball player
  • Jeanne Pruett (born 1937), American country music singer
  • Kyle Pruett (contemporary), American professor of child psychiatry, author, and television host
  • Marion Albert Pruett (1950–1999), American serial killer
  • R. C. Pruett (born 1944), American politician from Oklahoma; representative in the state legislature since 2004
  • Scott Pruett (born 1960), American race car driver
  • Shelby E. L. Pruett (contemporary), American private equity investor
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Other articles related to "pruett":

Marshall Thundering Herd Football - Championships - Conference Championships
1994 Jim Donnan Southern 7-1 12-2 1996 Bob Pruett Southern 7-0 15-0 1997 Bob Pruett Mid-American 8-1 10-3 1998 Bob Pruett Mid-American 8-1 12-1 1999 Bob Pruett Mid-American 9-0 13-0 ...
Truesports - Racing Team - Changes
... In 1989, Truesports signed rookie Scott Pruett as driver ... Pruett won co-Rookie of the Year at Indianapolis, and had one second place finish (Detroit) ... In March 1990, Pruett was seriously injured in a preseason testing crash at West Palm Beach, Florida, an IMSA street course ...
Harry Pruett
... Harry George Pruett, born in Bristol in 1890 and died at Clifton, Bristol on 22 January 1948, was a cricketer who played two first-class matches for Somerset, one in 1921 and the other in 1926 ... Pruett batted at No 11 in both Somerset innings of the match against Derbyshire at Bath, and was out for a duck both times ...
Jeanne Pruett Discography
... This article documents the discography of country music artist, Jeanne Pruett ... Pruett has released seven studio albums, two of which are simply titled Jeanne Pruett, both of them on MCA yet each is from separate sessions the 1974 release was a major release for ...
Hub Pruett
... Hubert Shelby "Shucks" Pruett (September 1, 1900 in Malden, Missouri – January 28, 1982 in Ladue, Missouri), was a professional baseball left-handed pitcher in the Major Leagues from 1922 to 1932 ... Pruett was a medical student during his early years in baseball, and used his baseball pay to finance his medical education ... Ruth for this That Ruth struck out—10 of the first 13 times he faced Pruett—was one reason Pruett was kept on by the Browns (though Ruth did eventually ...

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