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Royal birthday honours list recognises the achievements of people of Northern Ireland

Published 11/06/2016

Knighthood, The Rt Hon Jeffrey Mark DONALDSON MP, Member of Parliament for Lagan Valley. For political service.

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) Dr Malcolm McKIBBIN, permanent secretary and head, Northern Ireland Civil Service. For public service.

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) Ms Rotha Geraldine Diane JOHNSTON CBE. For services to the Northern Ireland Economy and public service.

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Dr Thomas Norman CAVEN, lately registrar general and chief executive, NI Statistics and Research Agency. For services to civil registration and official statistics; Professor Usha CHAKRAVARTHY, Professor of Ophthalmology, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to ophthalmology in NI and voluntary services to management of eye conditions; Mr James Henry CONN, lately Crown solicitor. For services to justice; Mr Harold Mark ENNIS, non-executive chairman, SSE Ireland. For services to the economy and the community in NI; Mr Trevor REANEY, clerk and chief executive, Northern Ireland Assembly. For services to democracy and the community in Northern Ireland.

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Ms Erica BAMFORD, director, Council for the Homeless Northern Ireland. For services to tackling homelessness in NI; Mrs Elizabeth Maria BANNON, co-director, maternity and women's health, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust. For services to midwifery in NI, Mr Gregory Patrick BUTLER, regional managing director (South Eastern and Southern Regions), Education Authority. For services to education; Mrs Noreen CAMPBELL. For services to the development of integrated education in NI; Mrs Elizabeth Gray DICKSON, lately principal, Friends School, Lisburn. For services to education; Miss Nicola Ann DUNN, chair, Titanic Foundation Ltd. For services to tourism in NI; Ms Irene Margaret KNOX, chief executive, NI Library Authority. For services to public libraries and the community in NI; Mr Richard LEMON, policy adviser, NI Office. For services to the NI peace process; Dr Hugh Connor MULHOLLAND, consultant paediatric cardiologist, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and lately trustee, Heartbeat. For services to healthcare in NI; Miss Evelyn Ruth SMITH, TD For voluntary services to healthcare and the community in NI.

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Mr William James BAILIE, senior professional technical officer (deputy principal), NI Executive. For services to the justice department and development of the prison estates; Mrs Elizabeth Ann BELL, vice chair, South Antrim Community Transport. For voluntary service to community transport; Mrs Elizabeth BROWNE, lately paediatric nurse, Ulster Hospital. For services to healthcare; Mr Stanley COULTER. For services to amateur football through Lisburn Rangers; Mrs Cynthia CRANSTON, lately head of service, Southern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to occupational therapy in NI; Mrs Marion Elizabeth DALLAS, chief executive, North West Healthcare Group. For services to healthcare and employment in the north west of NI; Mr Gordon Mervyn DUNNE. For services to local government and to the community in NI; Dr Basil John FARNAN, forensic medical officer, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to forensic medicine and the community in NI; Mr Ronald Joseph FERRIS, plumbing lecturer, Southern Regional College. For services to skills development and the community in Co Down; Mrs Carol Hazel FITZSIMONS, chief executive, Young Enterprise NI. For services to youth entrepreneurship and enterprise; Mr Gerard GUCKIAN, DL chair, Western Health and Social Care Trust. For services to health and social care in NI; Mrs Jackie HENRY, consulting partner, Deloitte. For services to the economy in NI; Mrs Margaret Ellen HETHERINGTON, volunteer, military and police support. For services to former security personnel and their families in NI; Mr Thomas William HOGG, Mayor, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council. For services to local government in Antrim; Mr Issam Abbas HORSHI, managing Director, The White Horse Hotel. For services to the tourism industry in NI; Mrs Felicity Margaret Florence HUMPHREYS, principal, Moat Primary School, Lisnaskea. For services to education; Mr Herbert Brian HUNTER, For services to music in Northern Ireland; Mr John Joseph IRVINE, for voluntary service to cancer charities and the community in NI; Mrs Jennifer JENKINS, senior executive officer, Ballyclare High School, Co Antrim. For services to education; Ms Sarah Alexandra KELSO-ROBB, executive director, Halifax Foundation for NI. For services to volunteering and charitable organisations in NI; Mr Henry William Robert KOHNER. For services to people with mental health issues in NI; Professor Christine LIDDELL, Professor of Psychology, Ulster University. For services to tackling fuel poverty in NI; Dr Charlotte Pamela LOGUE, lately general practitioner and specialist in genito-urinary medicine, Causeway coast. For services to medicine; Mr Peter John LUNN, For services to commerce, charity and sport in NI; Mr Mairtin Damien MAC GIOLLA CHOMGHAILL. For services to the arts in Northern Ireland; Mr Patrick MACKEY, senior education officer, education authority. For services to education; Mr Owen Ignatius MAGUIRE. For voluntary service to young people and the community in Ardoyne, north Belfast; Miss Kerrie Jessica McALLISTER, policy officer, NI Office. For services to the NI political process; Mr Thomas David Stephen McCLELLAND, managing director, Schrader Electronics Ltd. For services to economic development in NI; Mrs Anne Majella McDOWELL, principal, Galliagh Nursery School, Londonderry. For services to education; Mr Stanley Terence McILROY, fundraiser and volunteer, Cancer Research UK. For charitable services; Mr Terence Rea McMASTER, principal, Drumahoe Primary School, Londonderry. For services to education; Mrs Margaret Irene MOOREHEAD, assistant director for Allied Health Professions, South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to healthcare; Mr John Alexander PLATT, headteacher, Millburn Primary School, Coleraine. For services to education in NI; Ms Sharon POLSON. For services to enterprise in NI; Mr Alasdair John ROBINSON, Chief Superintendent, PSNI. For services to the Police and the community in NI; Mr Kerry Anthony ROONEY. For services to older people and drama in NI; Mrs Ann SCOTT, lately nurse consultant, mental health services for older people, South Eastern Trust. For services to people with dementia; Mr Richard SCOTT, volunteer, military and police support of west Tyrone. For services to former security personnel and their families in NI; Mr John Vernon SMYTH. For services to sport in NI; Miss Kousalyaa SOMASUNDRAM. For services to Indian dance, ethnic art and the community in NI; Mr Frank Mervyn STEWART, For voluntary service to the community and WaterAid in NI; Mr Wesley Alan STRONG, senior lecturer, school of the built environment, Ulster University. For services to higher education and Sport in NI; Mr John Declan TONER, For services to hospitality and tourism in NI; Miss Margaret Carlisle TORRENS, For voluntary services to the community in Antrim; Mrs Anne WALSH, director of business development at the East Belfast Mission. For services to the social economy sector in east Belfast; Mrs Melanie WIGGINS, project co-ordinator, Freedom Acts, Portadown, and co-founder, Craigavon ACT. For services to tackling human trafficking.

Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Mrs Sarah Elizabeth BECK, For services to nursing and voluntary service to Cancer Research UK in Banbridge, Co Down; Mrs Muriel Joyce BOYD, volunteer, Carrickfergus Voluntary Welfare Group. For services to the welfare of ex-police officers and their families in Carrickfergus, Co Antrim; Mrs Ellen COLGAN, For voluntary service; Mr Thomas CONLON, For services to the environment and the sport of angling in NI; Mr Michael Francis DIXON, For services to people with learning disabilities in NI through Stepping Stones NI; Mr Gary DOYLE, Worldskills gold medal winner in plumbing and heating. For services to skills; Miss Eileen DRUMM, For services to the disabled community in Enniskillen, Fermanagh; Mr James Donald FRY, For services to amateur football in Belfast; Mr Frederick David HUNTER, for voluntary service to the community in NI; Mr Desmond JARDIN, founder member, Ulster Grand Prix Supporters' Club. For services to motorcycle sport in NI; Mr Thomas George KIRKHAM, Company Sergeant Major Instructor, D Company, 1st Northern Ireland Battalion. For services to the Army Cadet Force and to the community; Mr William George LUNN, For services to the community in NI; Reverend David Ronald McBETH, Rector of Dungiven and Bovevagh Parish Churches. For services to charity and to the community in Co Londonderry' Mrs Beth McCAY, For services to music and the community in NI; Mr William McCAY, For services to music and the community in NI; Miss Edith Victoria McCONNELL, For services to the community in NI; Mr Ian David McCULLAGH, For services to young people in NI through the Boys' Brigade; Mr John Robert McCUSKER, For services to the Royal British Legion and the community in Co Fermanagh; Mrs Elizabeth Beryl McKNIGHT, For services to the community in Carrickfergus, Co Antrim; Mrs Yvonne Alison MULHOLLAND, treasurer, The Not Forgotten Association, NI. For voluntary service to veterans; Mr James Thomas NIXON, for services to the Police and the community in NI; Mr William Gerard O'DONNELL, For services to the community in NI; Mrs Tracey PARKER, for services to cancer sufferers and terminally ill children in NI; Mrs Karen Catherine PURDY, community development officer, Bloomfield Community Association. For services to the voluntary and community sectors in NI; Ms Emma Mary REGAN, regional wheelchair training clinical specialist. For services to the provision of wheelchair services in NI; Miss Margaret Joan REID, for services to young people through scouting in CoTyrone; Mr William Alexander SAYERS, For services to the community in Strabane; Mrs Betty SCOTT, for charitable services; Mrs Ailna Vanessa SMYTH, fundraiser, Cancer Research UK and the Coleraine NI Hospice Support Group; Mrs Mary STEVENSON, school meals Supervisor, Ligoneil and Ballyduff Primary School. For services to education in north Belfast; Miss Mary Dorothea STEWART, for services to the community in Downpatrick; Mrs Elsie VANCE, for services to older people in Lisburn, Co Antrim.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)

Mrs Barbara Ann GRAY, Chief Superintendent, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to policing and the community of NI; Mr Hugh James Thompson HUME, Detective Chief Superintendent, PSNI, for services to policing; Mr Bernard Michael O'CONNOR, temporary Chief Inspector, PSNI. For services to policing and the community of NI.

Queen's Ambulance Service Medal (QAM)

Mr John WRIGHT, assistant director of operations, NI Ambulance Service HSC Trust. For distinguished service.

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