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Full list of Northern Ireland recipients of Queen's Birthday Honours June 2019

Auditor General Kieran Donnelly
Auditor General Kieran Donnelly
PSNI Chief constable George Hamilton has been awarded a knighthood
Fr Brian D’Arcy
Richard Williams, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Screen.
Jacqueline O’Hara, Paramedic Supervisor in Dungannon, has been included in the Queen’s Birthday List.
Feargal Sharkey
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris (Niall Carson/PA)
Chief Superintendent Emma Bond, who has been awarded an MBE

The full list of Northern Ireland people recognised in the 2019 Queen's birthday honours list.

  • Knights Bachelor: Knighthood

Chief Constable George Ernest Craythorne Hamilton QPM. Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

  • Order of the Bath: Companions of the Order of the Bath (CB)

Kieran James Donnelly. Comptroller and Auditor General. For services to the Northern Ireland Audit Office.

  • Order of the British Empire: Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Dr Thomas Michael Maguire. For services to justice in Northern Ireland.

Francis Paul Augustine Martin. President, British Chambers of Commerce and partner, BDO Northern Ireland. For services to UK business.

  • Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Father Brian D’Arcy. For services to cross-community relations.

Jill Downing. Solicitor. For services to children and families and to voluntary work in the community in Northern Ireland.

Mark Kieron Hamilton. Assistant Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland. For services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

Richard Ian Williams. Chief executive, Northern Ireland Screen. For services to the screen industries in Northern Ireland.

  • Order of the British Empire: Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Viviane Hooper Adamson. For voluntary service to the credit union movement and the community in Newry and Banbridge.

Emma Pauline Bond. For services to policing and the community in Northern Ireland.

Sheila Chambers. Founder, Around Noon. For services to the economy and the community in Newry.

John Chapman. For services to children with severe learning difficulties.

Anthony Joseph Convery. Founder and chairman, CDE Group. For services to the Northern Ireland economy.

Ian William Crowe DL. For services to the community and to Air Ambulance Northern Ireland.

Mark Philip Horton. Chief executive officer, Ballinderry Rivers Trust and all-Ireland director, The Rivers Trust. For services to conservation.

Elizabeth Jane Bewick Jackson. Partner, Herbert Smith Freehills. For services to the Northern Ireland economy and innovation in law.

Dr Adrian Brendan Johston. For services to peacebuilding and the community in Northern Ireland

Marshall Kilgore. Principal, Drumachose Primary School. For services to education and the community in Northern Ireland.

Walter Lambe. Head, Rathmore Educational Guidance Centre. For services to education.

Lorna McAlpine. For services to integrated education in Northern Ireland.

Catherine Frances McIlroy. Allied health professional manager, acute services, Southern Health and Social Care Trust. For services to physiotherapy.

Abbie Elizabeth McKenna. Workforce development manager, Ulster University. For services to higher education and to deaf children.

William Thomas (Liam) Perry. Principal, St Columbanus College, Bangor. For services to education.

William Henry Sholdis. For services to the scouting movement and to young people in north and west Belfast.

Jacqueline Elizabeth Stewart. Lately principal, Downshire High School. For services to education.

Ruth Wallace. For services to young people and the Belfast Trust Fostering Service.

Colin James Walsh. Chief executive officer, Crescent Capital, Northern Ireland. For services to economic development in Northern Ireland.

  • Order of the British Empire: Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Mervyn Best. For services to the community in Northern Ireland.

Alison Elizabeth Blayney. For services to the community in Kilcooley, Northern Ireland.

Kimberley Ann Briggs. Resource and finance director, East Belfast Community Development Agency. For services to the community in east Belfast.

Raymond Stephen Carroll. Car pool manager, Northern Ireland Office. For public service.

William Robert Caskey. Watch Commander, Magherafelt Fire Station. For services to the community in Magherafelt.

Richard David Collins. For services to the community in Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

Valerie Violet Crichton. For services to road racing in Northern Ireland.

Robert Patrick Doherty. For services to young people through golf in Portrush.

Brigid Dougherty. Staff officer, Probation Board for Northern Ireland. For services to criminal justice.

John Glover. For services to athletics.

Heather Jane Gracey. For services to the community in Lisburn.

Kate Mary Rose Grant. For services to the community in Cookstown, Co Tyrone.

Barry Gribben. Building supervisor, Edenderry Primary School. For services to education and sport in Armagh.

Helen Holland. For voluntary service to the community in north Belfast.

Robert William Irwin Holmes. Staff officer, benefit security division, Department for Communities, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to fundraising.

Isabel Graham Hood. Environmental campaigner. For services to environmental conservation.

Stephen Hoskins. For services to young people in the scouting movement in Northern Ireland.

Richard Jay. For services to young people and music in Northern Ireland.

Annie Johnston. For services to Irish craftwork.

James Thomas Laverty. For services to swimming and disability sport.

Irene Nora Elizabeth MacWilliam. For services to textile art in Northern Ireland.

Colin Philip Magill. For services to local government and the community in Co Down.

John Campbell Martin. For services to the farming community in Northern Ireland.

Andrew McClarty. For services to charity.

Robert Alastair McFarland. Head of technology, Limavady High School. For services to education and the community in Londonderry.

Breda McGrenaghan. For services to cancer patients in Co Fermanagh.

Philip McGrenaghan. For services to cancer patients in Co Fermanagh.

George Clarke McLaughlin. For services to the Northern Ireland Fire Brigade and voluntary service to the community in Limavady.

Francis Joseph McNally. Deputy principal, Department for Infrastructure, Northern Ireland Executive. For services to government in Northern Ireland and prostate cancer awareness.

Alexandra McNaul. Nursery assistant, Kylemore Nursery School. For services to education and to the community in Portrush.

Robert McQuillan. For services to music in Ballymena.

James Alfred Edward Mercer. For services to young people and football in Co Armagh.

Roberta Richmond. For services to mental health in east Belfast.

Wilfred Andrew Hiram Robinson. For services to the community in Co Tyrone.

Thomas James Servis. For voluntary and charitable services.

William James King Shaw. For voluntary and charitable service in Belfast.

David Wilson Shields. For services to music and amateur dramatics in Northern Ireland.

Austin John William Stronge. For services to the welfare of former Royal Ulster Constabulary officers and their families in Northern Ireland.

Cecelia Taggart. For voluntary services to scouts and the community in Downpatrick, Co Down.

Lee Tavinder. For services to mental health in Northern Ireland.

Dr Geoffrey Michael Thompson. For services to rural youth in Northern Ireland.

  • Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)

Jonathan Stewart Roberts. Chief Superintendent, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Ronald (Ronnie) Charles Edwin Galwey. Lately, Detective Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Jeremy Andrew Harris. Lately, Deputy Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Queen’s Ambulance Medal (QAM)

Jacqueline Mary O’Hara. Paramedic station supervisor, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.

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