Famous deceased Saindons
- Laurent Saindon (1911-1989)
- Father Robert Saindon (1924-2005)
- Parish priest Joseph-Cléophas Saindon (1866-1941)
- Sr Veronica Roy (1939-1995)
- Zoël Saindon (1919-1998)
- Father Pierre Saindon (1889-1950)
- Gérard Sindon-Gécin (1909-2000)
- Parish priest Fernand Saindon (1912-1986)
- Parish priest Lucien Saindon (1908-1967)
- Father Émile Saindon (1891-1935)
- Napoléon Charles Joseph Saindon (1864-1939)
- Achille Saindon (1846-1924)
- "Jake" Saindon (1852-1934)
- Oscar Saindon (1922-1992)
- Joseph, Émile et Benjamin Saindon, priests
- Joseph Saindon (1910-1969)
- André-Michel Saindon (1933-2013)
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Sr Veronica Roy (1939-1995)
Grand-daughter of Laura Saindon and author of "Our Saindons Cousins", an important book on the Saindons of Kansas.
Zoël Saindon (1919-1998)
Gérard Sindon-Gécin (1909-2000)
Grandson of Augustin Saindon from Cacouna who lived almost 30 yrs in Ontario and changed his family name to "Sindon". Gérard had the penname of "Gécin".
Painter and graphist, specialist of China ink on white pape, painted over 1000 drawings and many were bought by the Canada National Galery and the Museum of Québec Province..
Parish priest Fernand Saindon (1912-1986)
Pastor of Notre-Dame des Monts parish from 1956 to 1963.
Parish priest Lucien Saindon (1908-1967)
Pastor of Lamèque, NB from 1950 to 1967.
Father Émile Saindon (1891-1935)
Missionary and founder of several missions in the James Bay (CAN) area.
Napoléon Charles Joseph Saindon (1864-1939)
Charles Saindon and Éliza Chouinard, pionneers of Richer region in Manitoba.
Achille Saindon (1846-1924)
Achille Saindon and Henriette Caron pionneers of the Zurich region, KS.
"Jake" Saindon (1852-1934)
Jacques Saindon and Eugénie Bernier amongs the first Saindons to settle to Kansas.
Oscar Saindon (1922-1992)
Mayor of Canton Joly (Labelle, Qc) from 1967 to 1973.
Joseph, Émile et Benjamin Saindon, priests
Three priests from the same family.