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Full list of Northern Ireland New Year's Honours 2020

In total 97 people from Northern Ireland have been awarded honours
In total 97 people from Northern Ireland have been awarded honours

Here is the full list of the Northern Ireland recipients of the Queen's New Year's Honours 2020.

CB

 

Noel Lavery, Permanent Secretary, Department for the Economy, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Government in Northern Ireland;

Lindy Elizabeth Cameron, OBE, Formerly director general, Country Programmes, Department for International Development. For services to International Development;

Ciaran Martin, Chief Executive Officer, Cyber Security Centre. For services to global cyber security.

 

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CBE 

 

Alastair Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer, Invest NI. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland;

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Alastair Hamilton

Cheryl Lamont. For services to Criminal Justice.

 

OBE 

 

Andrew  Browne, Secretary, Historical Institutional Abuse Inquiry. For services to victims and survivors of abuse;

Wilma Erskine-Heggarty B.E.M, lately Club Secretary, Royal Portrush Golf Club. For services to Tourism and Golf in Northern Ireland;

Professor Patrick Gray, Chair, Connswater Homes Limited. For services to Housing in Northern Ireland;

John Healy, Managing Director, Allstate Northern Ireland. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland;

Olive Hill, Executive Director, Invest Northern Ireland. For services to the Economy in Northern Ireland;

Gary Lightbody, for services to Music and charity in Northern Ireland;

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Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol

Timothy Losty, Director, Northern Ireland Bureau China. For services to International and Community Relations;

Professor Maria  McHugh, Professor of Organisational Behaviour Ulster University and lately Dean, Ulster University Business School. For services to Higher Education and Business Development;

Professor Alan Smith, UNESCO Chair in Education, Ulster University.  For services to Education;

Dr Anthony Stevens. For services to Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland;

Mercer Todd, Commissioner, Northern Ireland Judicial Appointments Commission. For services to the Justice Sector;

 

MBE

 

Robert Boyd. For services to the Arts and to the community in Northern Ireland;

Emily Brunt. For voluntary service to Education and the community in the West of Northern Ireland;

Raymond Burrows. For services to the Ulster Aviation Society, Heritage Sector and to the community in Northern Ireland;

Maureen Campbell. For services to Fostering in County Tyrone;

Paula Dawson, Deputy Principal, Finance and Governance Manager, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to Public Inquiries in Northern Ireland;

The Very Reverend David Delargy. For services to Music and charity in Northern Ireland;

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Fr Martin O’Hagan, Fr Eugene O’Hagan and Fr David Delargy of The Priests

Andrew Freeburn, Chief Superintendent, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland;

Tracy Hamilton, Director, Mash Direct. For services to the Northern Ireland Agri-Food Sector;

Aaron Hughes. For services to Football; 

Karen Hutchinson, Head, Northern Ireland Security Guard

Service. For services to Defence;

Antonia (Toni) Johnson. For services to the Arts and the community in County Fermanagh;

Roseann Kelly, Chief Executive Officer, Women in Business. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland;

Angela Lynam, Playgroup Leader, Kindertee Community Playgroup, Derrylin. For services to Education;

Professor Francis Lyons, Associate Dean for Research and Impact, Ulster University. For services to Higher Education and Music;

Professor William Mawhinney, lately Head, Medicines Regulatory Group. For services to Pharmacy, Medicines Regulation and Public Safety;

Kay Maddieson, Northern Ireland Office. For public service in Northern Ireland;

The Very Reverend Stephen McBrearty For services to Criminal Justice;

Dr Michael McKillop. For services to Disability Awareness and Athletics in Northern Ireland;

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Michael McKillop

Philip McLaughlin, lately Branch Manager, Strathfoyle Library. For services to the community in Northern Ireland;

Yvonne Mullholland, Principal, Presentation Primary School, Portadown. For services to Education;

Eileen Mullan. For voluntary service in Northern Ireland;

Ciara Nicholl, Administrative Officer, Enniskillen Jobs and Benefits Office. For services to Bereaved Families in the UK and Ireland;

Reverend Eugene O’Hagan. For services to Music and charity in Northern Ireland;

Reverend Martin O’Hagan. For services to Music and charity in Northern Ireland;

Catherine Shipman, lately Student Activities Coordinator, Southern Regional College. For services to Students and Young People in County Down and County Armagh;

William Snoddy. For services to the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland;

Jiemin Tomita. For services to the Chinese community in Northern Ireland;

  

BEM

 

William Armstrong, Reserve Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to Policing;

Martha Bloomfield. For voluntary service to the community in Northern Ireland;

Leslie Carswell. For voluntary service to Scouting in Northern Ireland;

Gary Chambers, Head of Estates and Facilities Management, South Eastern Regional College, Northern Ireland. For services to Education;

Mary Corkum, Building Supervisor, Ballywalter Primary School. For services to Education;

Margaret Davidson. For services to MacMillan Cancer Support in Northern Ireland;

William Eames. For services to the RAF and the community in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh;

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Bill Eames

James Fairbairn. For services to the community in Northern Ireland;

Frederick Ferguson. For services to the community in Londonderry;

Michael Gaillard, Producer and Director, Stage Aid. For charitable services;

Thomas Gardiner. For services to Business, Employment and the community in Belfast;

John Gibson. For services to the community in Belfast;

Geoffrey Hegarty. For services to Young People through the Scouting Movement in Northern Ireland;

Oliver Laffin. For services to the Reserve Forces and the community in County Down and County Armagh;

Frances Lavery. For services to Fostering in Northern Ireland;

Letty Lucas. For services to Tennis and charity in Northern Ireland;

Barry Macaulay. For services to Disability Sport;

George Mace. For services to Sport and the community in Northern Ireland;

George Mann. For services to Young People through the Scouting Movement in Northern Ireland;

Connor McCarroll. For services to Running and charity in County Tyrone;

Bernard McComiskey. For services to Boxing and the community in Gilford, County Down;  

Bernard McCullagh, Staff Officer, Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs, Northern Ireland Executive. For voluntary service to the community in Northern Ireland;

John McIlrath. For services to Sport in Northern Ireland;

Irwyn McKibbin. For services to the community through the Heartbeat NI charity; 

John McMaster. For services to the Army Cadet Force in Northern Ireland; 

Sonya McMullan, Regional Services Manager, Women’s Aid Northern Ireland.  For services to Victims of Domestic and Sexual Abuse in Northern Ireland; 

John McNally. For services to Fundraising and the community in Portrush;

Paul Michael. For services to Local Government in Antrim and Newtownabbey;

Robert Montgomery, Chair, Board of Governors, Castlederg High School and Edwards Primary School. For voluntary service to Education in Castlederg;

Alison Mullan,  Security Guard, Health and Social Care Board, Belfast. For services to Healthcare and the community in Northern Ireland;

Father Patrick Mullan. For services to Inter-Church Collaboration and Community Relations in Northern Ireland;

Simon Neill. For services to Music and Community Relations in Belfast;

Susannah O’Neill, Bus Driver and Safety Coordinator. For services to Public Transport and to the community in Northern Ireland;

Barry Phillips. For services to Employment and Equality in Northern Ireland;

Heather Platt. For services to Sports Development in Northern Ireland;

James Pogue. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Northern Ireland;

Myrtle Pogue. For services to Charitable Fundraising in Northern Ireland;

Gerard Power. For services to Volunteering, Fundraising and the community in Northern Ireland;

Alison Reddick. For services to People with Disabilities in Northern Ireland;

Brian Reid. For services to Rugby in Northern Ireland;

John (Jack) Reid.  For services to Sport in Northern Ireland;

Alan Ross. For services to the community in Ballymena;

Andrew Rowan. For services to Music and the community in Northern Ireland;

Alison Smith. For services to the community in East Belfast;

Robert Smith. For service to Policing and the community in Northern Ireland;

Lynda Storey, Executive Officer, Pay and Allowances, HM Prison Service Headquarters. For public and charitable services;

Norman Taylor T.D. For services to the community in Londonderry;

Thomas Taylor. For services to Business and the community in Northern Ireland;

Robert Thompson. For services to Commemoration and Remembrance in Northern Ireland;

Michael Todd. For services to Horse Racing and Business in Northern Ireland;

James Twyble. For services to Local Government, Education and the community in Craigavon;

Denyse Walker, Home Start Organiser. For services to Family Welfare in Northern Ireland.

 

Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)

 

Julie Forsythe, Detective Sergeant, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

David lowans, Detective Inspector, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

David McIlwaine, Sergeant, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

 

Queen’s Fire Service Medal (QFSM)

 

David Harbinson, Station Commander, NI Fire & Rescue service.

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