Belfast Telegraph

Friday 19 September 2014

The New Year Honours List

Knights Bachelor

Knights BachelorMr Alasdair MacLeod Fraser, CB, QC, For services to the Criminal Justice (Belfast) System.

Dr Anthony John Francis O'Reilly, For long and distinguished service to Northern Ireland.

Commanders of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (CBE)Mr William Dennis Glass - for public service (Belfast).

Mrs Rosemary Katherine Hamilton - for services to higher education (Belfast).

Miss Judith Eileen Hill - for public service (Holywood, Co Down).

Mr Thomas William Logan - Collector, HM Board of Customs and Excise (Holywood, Co Down).

Officers of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE)Mr Murray Barnes TD - for public service (Helen's Bay, Co Down).

Mr John Logan Brown - officer-in-charge, HM Board of Inland Revenue (Belfast).

Mrs Margaret MacFarlane Collinson JP -- for services to agriculture and to the community (Belfast).

Mr Robert Thomas Ferris - for services to the fishing industry (Islandmagee, Co Antrim).

Mr Denis Patterson Galway - for services to the harbour industry (Larne, Co Antrim).

Mrs Reatha Rachel Hassan - for services to the community (Markethill, Co Armagh).

Mr Shek-Yung Lee - for services to the Chinese (Belfast) Community.

Mr Robert James Magee - for services to the food and drink industry (Bangor, Co Down).

Mr Alan McQuillan - for services to the police. Mr Raymond James Mullan - for services to education.(Warrenpoint, Co Down).

Mr Patrick Lauri Oakey - for services to legislation (Jordanstown, Co Antrim).

Sister Helen O'Dwyer - for services to education (Belfast) Mr Michael David Maxwell REA - for services to education (Bangor, Co Down).

Mr Kenneth Ernest Reid - for services to sport (Belfast).

Mrs Muriel Singleton - for services to pharmacy education and training (Belfast).

Professor Francis Jack Smith - for services to computer science (Belfast).

Mrs Gladys Isobella Smyth TD - for public service (Carnlough, Co Antrim).

Prof Roy Archibald Joseph Spence - for services to the police (Hillsborough, Co Down).

Mr David James Thompson - for services to education (Bangor, Co Down).

Miss Mary Geraldine Tigchelaar - for services to education (Lisburn, Co Antrim).

Mrs Maire Young - for services to young people (Holywood, Co Down).

Members of the Civil Division of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE)Mrs Joan Baird - for public services (Banbridge, Co Down).

Mr George James Beacom - for services to the community (Irvinestown, Co Fermanagh).

Mr James Bentley - for services to road safety (Belfast).

Mr Kenneth Errol Bird - for services to the fire service (Lisburn, Co Antrim).

Mrs Elizabeth Toye Black - for services to vocational education and to the Community (Portstewart, Co Londonderry.

Miss Gladys Elizabeth Bond - for services to the police (Belfast).

Mr Colin Bowd - for services to young people (Downpatrick, Co Down).

Mr Phelim Edward Breen - for services to juvenile justice (Newtownards, Co Down).

Mr Paul Burrows - for services to education (Portadown, Co Armagh).

Miss Edna Patricia Caldwell - for public service (Belfast).

Miss Morva Elizabeth Calvert - for services to education (Bleary, Co Armagh).

Mr Robin Leslie Cree - for public services (Bangor, Co Down).

Miss Anne Marie Cunningham - for services to the fishing industry (Kilkeel, Co Down).

Mr Colin Dempster - for services to young people (Ballywalter, Co Down).

Mrs Joan Mary Isobel Drummond - for services to local government (Larne, Co Antrim)Miss Margaret Gwendoline Foster - for services to midwifery (Lisburn, Co Antrim).

Mrs Margaret Rachel Graham - for charitable services (Bellaghy, Co Londonderry.

Mr Robert Wynnfield Hooke - for services to the police. Mr Basil Hutton - for services to education (Belfast).

Mr William Harris Jenkins - for services to the Chartered Surveyors Benevolent Fund (Belfast).

Mr William Allen Loughlin - for services to the community (Londonderry).

Mrs Nancy Ann McBride - for services to student health care (Ballynahinch, Co Down).

Mr Howard John McConnell - for services to the Ambulance Service (Bessbrook, Co Down).

Mr Samuel McCrea - for services to small business (Jordanstown, Co Antrim).

Mrs Grace Frances McCullough - for public service (Moira, Co Armagh).

Miss Joanne McKenna - for services to Victim Support in Northern Ireland (Belfast).

Mrs Isobel Mary Gertrude Millaar - for public service (Castlecaulfield, Co Tyrone).

Mrs Mary Nicholl - for services to the community (Banbridge, Co Down).

Mr George Maxwell O'Brien - for services to trade unionism (Lisburn, Co Down)Mr William Edward O'Flaherty - for service to the police. Mr John Denis O'Hagan - for services to drug and alcohol misusers (Newcastle, Co Down).

Mr Charles Paul O'Kane - for services to the Fire Service and to the community (Londonderry).

Mr William Joseph Robinson - for services to community relations (Glengormley, Co Antrim).

Ms Pauline Ross - for services to the arts and to the community (Londonderry).

Mr Paul Joseph Savage - for services to agriculture (Ballyward, Co Down).

Mr John Robert Edwin Scott - for services to the RNLI (Portrush, Co Antrim).

Mr Thomas Murray Shields - for services to housing (Antrim).

Miss Annetta Smyth - for services to the community, especially the Church Girls' Brigade (Carrickfergus, Co Antrim).

Mrs Heather Elizabeth Stevenson - for services to the pharmaceutical industry (Portadown, Co Armagh).

Mr Thomas Strain - for services to the YMCA (Omagh, Co Tyrone).

Mrs Patricia Mary Thompson - for public service (Newtownards, Co Down).

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)David Henry Cully, Superintendent, RUC.

George Martin Dyer, Superintendent, RUC.

John Herbert Middlemiss, Detective Superintendent, RUC.

John Samuel McCarroll, Chief Inspector, RUC.

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