Gagnon (surname)


Gagnon (surname)

Gagnon is a surname, and may refer to:

* André Gagnon (born 1942), Canadian musician and composer
* André-Philippe Gagnon (born 1962), Canadian comedian and impressionist
* Aurore Gagnon (1909-1920), victim of child abuse
* Christiane Gagnon (born 1948), Canadian politician
* Dave Gagnon (born 1967), Canadian ice hockey player
* Édouard Gagnon (1918-2007), Canadian Roman Catholic cardinal
* Johnny Gagnon (1905-1984), Canadian ice hockey player
* Marc Gagnon (born 1975), French Canadian short track speed skater
* Marcel Gagnon (born 1936), Canadian politician
* Monique Gagnon-Tremblay (born 1940), Canadian politician
* Onésime Gagnon (1888-1961), Canadian politician and lieutenant-governor of Québec
* Patrick Gagnon (born 1962), Canadian politician
* Pierre-Luc Gagnon (born 1980), professional skateboarder
* Rene Gagnon (1925-1979), U.S. Marines in photograph "Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima"
* Sébastien Gagnon (born 1973), Canadian politician
* Daniel Gagnon (born 1987), American renaissance man

ee also

* Gagné (surname)


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