• Conroy Maddox

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  • Mark Conroy

    Mark Conroy (born 1957 in Melbourne) is an Australian actor. He is also known for his international modelling career.

  • Duffy Conroy

    Duffy Conroy is an American college basketball coach and currently an assistant coach with the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs basketball team.

  • Crispin Conroy

    Crispin Conroy (born 8 May 1963) is the Permanent Observer of the International Chamber of Commerce to the United Nations Office at Geneva.

  • Harry Conroy

    Harry Conroy (6 April 1943 – 24 April 2010) was a trade union leader and journalist. He was the General Secretary of the National Union of Journalists from 1985 to 1990.

  • Pat Conroy (politician)

    Patrick Martin Conroy (born 10 May 1979) is an Australian politician who has been a Labor member of the House of Representatives since 2013. He represented the Division of Charlton until its abolition in 2016, and since then has represented the Division of Shortland. He is aligned with the ALP's Socialist Left faction, and serves as one of the two federal parliamentary convenors of the Labor Left faction, along with Andrew Giles.

  • Jake Conroy

    Jake Conroy

    Jake Conroy is an American baseball player from Kirkwood, New York who plays as a right-handed pitcher. He committed to play for the Binghamton baseball team.

  • Deb Conroy

    Deb Conroy has been the Illinois state representative for the 46th district since her term began in 2013. The 46th district includes all or parts of Addison, Bloomingdale, Carol Stream, Elmhurst, Glendale Heights, Oakbrook Terrace, and Villa Park. She is also a former member of the Elmhurst Community Unit District 205 School Board and served on the board of the Elmhurst Children's Assistance Foundation (ECAF), a local non-profit that provides financial assistance to families with disabled or medically burdened children.

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