2011 Birthday Honours

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The Birthday Honours 2011 for the Commonwealth realms were announced on 11 June 2011 in the United Kingdom,[1] New Zealand,[2][3] Barbados,[4] Grenada,[5] Papua New Guinea,[6] Solomon Islands,[7] Tuvalu,[8] Saint Lucia,[9] Antigua and Barbuda,[10] and on 13 June 2011 in Australia[11] to celebrate the occasion of the Queen's Official Birthday for 2011.

The recipients of honours are displayed or referred to as they were styled before their new honour and arranged first by country, honour and where appropriate by rank (Knight Grand Cross, Knight Commander etc.) then division (Military, Civil, Overseas or Police list).

Contents

United Kingdom[edit]

Privy Councillors[edit]

Companion of Honour (CH)[edit]

Knights Bachelor[edit]

  • Professor Roger Michael Boyle, CBE, National Clinical Director for Heart Disease and Stroke. For services to Medicine.
  • Dr Henry Burns, Chief Medical Officer for Scotland, Scottish Harry Burns Government.
  • Henry Cecil, Trainer. For services to Horse Racing.
  • Frank Chapman (businessman), Chief Executive, BG Group. For services to the Oil and Gas Industries.
  • Professor Robert Geoffrey Edwards, CBE, Scientist, Reproductive Biology. For services to Human Reproductive Biology.
  • Bruce Joseph Forsyth-Johnson, CBE, For services to Entertainment and to Charity.
  • Professor Peter John Gregson, President and Vice-Chancellor, Queen’s University Belfast. For services to Higher Education.
  • Anthony Gerard Hawkhead, CBE Chief Executive, Groundwork. For services to Environmental Regeneration.
  • David Hartmann Higgins Lately Chief Executive, Olympics Delivery Authority. For services to Regeneration.
  • Councillor Edward Julian Lister Leader, Wandsworth Council. For services to Local Government.
  • (Joseph) Alan Meale, MP. For public and political services.
  • John Wilfred Peace Chairman, Standard Chartered Bank. For services to Business and to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Dr Hugh Reginald Brentnall Pelham, Director, Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Medical Research Council. For services to Science.
  • Peter Austin Simpson, OBE, Executive Principal, Brooke Weston Partnership Northamptonshire. For services to Education.
  • Professor Steven Murray Smith, Vice-Chancellor, University of Exeter and President, Universities UK. For services to local and national Higher Education.
  • Brian Souter, Chief Executive, Stagecoach Group plc. For services to Transport and to the Voluntary Sector.
  • Graham Robert Watson, MEP. For public and political services.
  • Professor Mark Edward Welland, Chief Scientific Adviser, Ministry of Defence.
  • Paul Michael Williams, OBE, OStJ, DL, Lately Director-General, Health and Social Services, Welsh Assembly Government and Chief Executive, NHS Wales.
  • Christopher Anthony Woodhead, Chairman, Cognita Schools and Professor of Education, University of Buckingham. For services to Education.
  • Professor Kent Linton Woods, Chief Executive, Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. For services to Healthcare.
Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • Dr. George William Buckley, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, 3M Company. For services to industry.

The Most Honourable Order of the Bath[edit]

Knight Grand Cross of The Order of the Bath (GCB)[edit]

Military Division
Army

Sir Augustine Thomas O'Donnell, KCB, Secretary to the Cabinet and Head of the Home Civil Service

Knight Commander of The Order of the Bath (KCB)[edit]

Civil Division
Military Division
Army
  • Lieutenant General Barnabas William Benjamin White-Spunner, C.B.E., late The Blues and Royals (Royal Horse Guards and 1st Dragoons), 501534.

Companion of The Order of the Bath (CB)[edit]

Civil Division
  • David John Mark Green, QC
  • Richard Nicholas Heaton
  • Peter Houten
  • Dr Hugh Fenton Rawlings
  • Dr Gill Rider
  • Dr Frances Carolyn Saunders
Military Division
Royal Navy
  • Rear Admiral Mark Anderson, C023620N.
  • Vice Admiral Robert George Cooling, C027243B.
Army
  • Lieutenant General Andrew John Noble Graham CBE, late The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 500820.
  • Major General Robert Adam Mungo Simpson Melvin, OBE, late Corps of Royal Engineers, 499747.
  • Major General Martin John Rutledge, OBE, late 9th/12th Royal Lancers, 495453.
Royal Air Force
  • Air Vice-Marshal Simon John Bollom, Royal Air Force.
  • Air Vice-Marshal Graham Edward Stacey, M.B.E., Royal Air Force.

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Knight Grand Cross of The Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (GCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Dame Commander of The Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (DCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Knight Commander of The Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (KCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • Dr John Jenkins, CMG LVO, lately H.M. Ambassador, Iraq.
  • Professor Jeffrey Lionel Jowell, Q.C., lately Member, Venice Commission, Council of Europe. For services to human rights, democracy and the rule of law in Europe.

Companion of The Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (CMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List
  • David Charles Mount-Stephen Harley, lately Deputy Secretary General, European Parliament. For services to international diplomacy and UK/European Parliament relations.
  • Professor Newell Walter Johnson, Professor of Dental Research, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia, and Emeritus Professor of Oral Health, King’s College, London. For services to oral medicine and to public health internationally.
  • Richard Edward Makepeace, lately H.M. Consul-General, Jerusalem.
  • Stephan Roman, Regional Director, British Council.
  • David Norman Teague, Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Gordon Geoffrey Wetherell, Governor, Turks and Caicos Islands.
  • Ms Barbara Janet Woodward, O.B.E., Director, UK Border Agency.
  • Stephen John Wordsworth, L.V.O., lately H.M. Ambassador, Serbia.
  • Alex Younger, Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Knight Commander of The Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)[edit]

  • The Right Honourable Christopher Geidt, C.V.O., O.B.E., Private Secretary to The Queen.
  • Sir Paul Douglas Nicholson, Lord-Lieutenant of County Durham.
  • John Hamilton Scott, Lord-Lieutenant of Shetland.
  • Air Vice-Marshal David Allan Walker, O.B.E., M.V.O., Master of the Household.

Commander of The Royal Victorian Order (CVO)[edit]

  • Stephen Marius Gray. For personal financial services.
  • Trevor James Hemmings, Vice-President, The Princess Royal Trust for Carers.
  • Jonathan Spencer, L.V.O., Deputy Comptroller, Lord Chamberlain’s Office.
  • Nigel Victor Turnbull, Chairman, Royal Household Audit Committee.
  • Allan Robert Willett, CMG, Lord-Lieutenant of Kent.
  • Thomas Woodcock, LVO DL FSA, Garter Principal King of Arms and Genealogist of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.

Lieutenant of The Royal Victorian Order (LVO)[edit]

  • Mrs Robin Jo Boles, Chief Executive, In Kind Direct
  • Jonathan Roger Jones, Head Master, St George's School, Windsor Castle
  • Desmond Philip Shawe-Taylor, Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures, Royal Collection
  • Inspector Andrew Wallace Thomlinson, MVO, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection
  • Richard David Thompson, MVO, Palace Foreman, Buckingham Palace

Member of The Royal Victorian Order (MVO)[edit]

  • Pauline Elizabeth, Mrs. Adams, formerly Clerk to the Lieutenancy, West Lothian.
  • Caroline Mary, Mrs. Breckell, Assistant to the Clerk to the Lieutenancy, Surrey.
  • Dominic George Andrew Brown, Photographer, Royal Collection.
  • David James Clark, Head Gamekeeper, Sandringham Estate.
  • Alexander Rowland Norton George, Deputy Land Agent, Sandringham Estate.
  • Miss Rachel Ann Jane Gordon, R.V.M., Assistant Housekeeper, Windsor Castle.
  • William Allan Henderson, R.V.M., Page to The Duke of Edinburgh.
  • John Keohane, B.E.M., Chief Yeoman Warder, H.M. Tower of London.
  • Miss Susan Jane Lewis, Senior Personnel Manager, Royal Household.
  • Roger Harold Lynn, Landing Site Officer, The Queen’s Helicopter Flight.
  • Major William George LeathamMacKinlay, Equerry to The Prince of Wales.
  • Ellen Elizabeth, Mrs. MacLennan, Woodlands Accounts Clerk, Liskeard Office, Duchy of Cornwall.
  • Rosemary Ann Teresa, Mrs. Doyle-Morier, Formerly Adviser, Royal and Vice-regal Protocol, Government House, Ottawa.
  • Lorraine, Mrs.Riley, Clerk to the Lieutenancy,Hampshire.
  • Robin Derek de Palatiano Howard (Willie) Hartley
  • Russell, Chairman, Donnington Hospital Trust.
  • David Alexander Scrimgeour, R.V.M., Head Keeper, Delnadamph, Balmoral Estate.
  • Chief Superintendent Desmond Christopher Stout, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
  • Christine Anne, Mrs. Taylor, Visitor Manager, Windsor Castle.
  • Miss Susan Elizabeth Theobald, Personal Assistant to the Principal Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall.
  • Miss Marion Sarah Cubitt Seely White, Assistant to the Crown Equerry, Royal Mews.
Honorary Member
  • Monty Roberts. For services to Her Majesty’s Racing Establishment (To be dated 8 June 2011.).

The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire[edit]

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire (GBE)[edit]

Dame Commander of The Order of the British Empire (DBE)[edit]

Commander of The Order of the British Empire (CBE)[edit]

  • Edward Atkin
  • Rosie Auld
  • Gillian Ayres, OBE, for services to art.
  • Alan James Baxter
  • Kate Billingham
  • Celia Birtwell, for services to the fashion industry.
  • William James Brawn
  • Dr John Robert Brown
  • Professor John Brownlie
  • Catherine Felicity Byrne
  • Margaret Jennifer Murray Carpenter
  • Christopher Richard Nigel Clark
  • Alan Clarke
  • Elizabeth Anne Cockram
  • Mark Davies
  • Professor William Davies
  • Dr Justin Davis-Smith
  • Dr Melyn Stuart Draper
  • Jenny Edwards
  • Professor Peter Elias
  • Professor Peter Anthony Farndon
  • Bryan Ferry, for services to music.
  • Colin Firth, for services to drama.[12]
  • Professor Brian George Gazzard
  • Dr Christopher Shaw Gibson-Smith
  • Dr Paul Golby
  • Stanley James Goudie
  • Michael Grandage, for services to drama
  • Joseph Greenwell
  • Professor Gisli Hannes Gudjonsson, for services to clinical psychology
  • Serena Mary Sara Hardy
  • Terence Malcolm Hill
  • Professor Christopher Cropper Hood
  • Dr Michael Gilbert James William Howse, OBE
  • Trevor William Huddlestone
  • Mark Huffam
  • Penny Hughes, for services to the media industry.
  • Robert Humm
  • David Isaac
  • Charles William Jacob, MBE
  • Peter John James
  • Professor Wendy Rosalind James, FBA
  • Dianne Michele Jeffrey, DL
  • Professor Merfyn Jones, for services to higher education in Wales.
  • Professor Paul William Jowitt, for services to technology
  • Richard Charles Kemp
  • Judith Anne Killick
  • Justin Matthew King
  • Frances Margaret Kirkham, for services to the legal profession and to the administration of justice.
  • John Knight, JP
  • Dr Judith Mary Knott
  • Deborah Lavin
  • Dr Gillian Catherine Leng
  • Dr Julian Lob-Levyt
  • David Lionel Mayhew
  • John McDonough
  • Kathryn McDowell, DL
  • Anthony McGuirk, QFSM
  • Isobel Mills
  • Christopher Thomas Morahan, for services to drama.
  • Alexander (Sandy) Robert Nairne, for services to the arts.
  • Peter Neyround, QPM
  • Professor Jan Pahl
  • Christopher William Parfitt
  • Mayur Parsuram Patel
  • Jack Petchey, OBE, for charitable services.
  • Maggie Louise Pigott
  • Ian Michael Pryce
  • James Hiljamar Rene Quinault
  • Mary Quinn
  • Dr Martin Peter Read
  • Dr James Stark Rennie
  • Richard Noel Roberts, OBE
  • Barbara Rogers
  • Peter Lloyd Rogers
  • Joanna Lesley Simons
  • Dr Judith Simpson
  • Patricia Beatrice Sowter
  • Mark Howard Stephens
  • Andrew Charles Stott
  • Professor Yasir Suleiman, for services to scholarship.
  • Professor Elaine Thomas
  • Professor Jennifer Anne Thomas
  • Dr Simon John Thurley, for services to conservation.
  • Antony Ronald Wadsworth
  • Victor Noel Stanley Wakeling
  • Philip Anthony Waller
  • Edward Maurice Watkins
  • David Way
  • Gavin Whitefield
  • Professor Geoffrey James Whitty
  • Professor Brian Owen Williams
  • Alan Thorpe Richard Wood
  • William Thompson Wright, OBE

Officers (OBE) – partial list[edit]

Members (MBE) – partial list[edit]

Australia[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2011 for Australia were announced on 13 June 2011.[11]

New Zealand[edit]

For information about the various honours, see Queen's Service Order and New Zealand Order of Merit.

New Zealand Order of Merit[edit]

Dame Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit (DNZM)[edit]

Knight Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit (KNZM)[edit]

  • David John Graham CBE ED – of Auckland. For services to education and sport.
  • The Honourable Justice Robert Grant Hammond – of Wellington. For services to the law.
  • Graeme Thomas Harrison – of Wellington. For services to business.
  • Daniel Patrick Higgins ONZM – of Palmerston North. For services to philanthropy and the community.
  • James Hay Wallace ONZM – of Auckland. For services to the arts.

Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM)[edit]

  • The Honourable John Archibald Banks QSO – of Auckland. For services to local body affairs.
  • Howard George Broad – of Wellington. For services as Commissioner of Police.
  • Herbert John Te Kauru Clarke – of Lower Hutt. For services to Māori.
  • Matteo de Nora – of Monaco. For services to yachting and medicine.
  • Christopher Keith Doig OBE – of Christchurch. For services to the arts and sport.
  • Kenneth Mark Ford – of Auckland. For services to local government.
  • Margaret Phyllis Elsie Horsburgh – of Auckland. For services to health.
  • Roger Lawrence Kerr – of Wellington. For services to business.
  • Boudewijn Huibrecht Klap QSO – of Wellington. For services to business and the community.
  • Derek Te Ariki Te Whetu Takatahi Morehu – of Rotorua. For services to Māori.
  • Christopher Wilton Parkin – of Wellington. For services to business and the arts.
  • Kerry Leigh Prendergast – of Wellington. For services to local-body affairs.
  • William Newton Sheat OBE – of Lower Hutt. For services to the arts.
  • Professor Warren Perry Tate – of Kaikorai. For services to science.
  • John Henry Whitehead – of Wellington. For services as Secretary to the Treasury.
Honorary
  • Richard Lee Armitage – of Vienna, Virginia, United States of America. For services to New Zealand–United States of America relations.

Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM)[edit]

  • Ruth Ellina Aitken – of Paeroa. For services to netball.
  • Professor Emeritus Martin Hugh Devlin – of Waikanae. For services to education.
  • Catherine Moana Dewes – of Rotorua. For services to Māori.
  • Robert Anthony Fisher – of Auckland. For services to sport.
  • Stephen Paul Fleming – of Wellington. For services to cricket.
  • Dr Peter James Gow – of Auckland. For services to health.
  • John Allan Clinton Hattie – of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. For services to education.
  • Dr John Stephen Hellstrom – of Picton. For services to biosecurity.
  • Diedre Allison Irons MBE – of Wellington. For services to music
  • Judith Mary Kirk – of Taupo. For services to the community.
  • Dr Jack Neville Parle – of Hamilton. For services to agricultural science.
  • Professor Ronald James Paterson – of Auckland. For services to health.
  • Nolan Tariho Rimitiriu Raihania – of Tokomaru Bay. For services to Māori.
  • Dr Roland Elliston Rowland – of Palmerston North. For services to genetic research.
  • Professor Swee Thong Tan – of Wellington. For services to medicine.
  • John Frederick Turner JP – of Lumsden. For services to the meat industry.
  • Daniel Luca Vettori – of Auckland. For services to cricket.
  • Rea Geoffrey Wikaira JP – of Auckland. For services to health administration.
  • Casey Williams – of Hamilton. For services to netball.

Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM)[edit]

  • Therese Ann Angelo – of Christchurch. For services to museums.
  • Ratapu Hori Te Awa – of Huntly. For services to Māori.
  • Roka Hurihia Cameron – of Opotiki. For services to Māori.
  • Sean Pero MacPherson Cameron – of Pacific Pines, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. For services to basketball.
  • James Clovis Clad – of Washington, District of Columbia, United States of America. For services to New Zealand–United States of America relations.
  • Barry George Cleal JP – of Auckland. For services to rowing.
  • William John Cyrus Dooley – of Oamaru. For services to the restoration of historic buildings.
  • Robyn May Duncan – of Feilding. For services to youth.
  • Brian Paul Ellis – of Auckland. For services to the music industry.
  • Mark Christopher Farnsworth – of Mangawhai. For services to the community.
  • Kenneth James Gilligan – of Napier. For services to business.
  • Ngaire Anne Guy – of Tauranga. For service to music.
  • Adam James Hall – of Dunedin. For services to sport.
  • Jenny Gwynndd Harper – of Christchurch. For services to the arts.
  • David Harold Ward Hartnell – of Auckland. For services to entertainment.
  • Richard Bruce Hawke – of Christchurch. For services to pipe bands.
  • John Langley Hawkesby – of Auckland. For services to broadcasting and the community.
  • Dr Rodger William Hilliker – of Temuka. For services as a general practitioner.
  • Peter Malcolm Jackson – of Kaitaia. For services to journalism.
  • Dr Guy Elwyn Jansen – of Porirua. For services to music.
  • Gregory Kenneth Jenks – of Tauranga. For services to conservation.
  • Michael Johnson – of Auckland. For services to paralympic sport.
  • Josephine Tui Faith Karanga – of Whakatane. For services to Māori.
  • Jason Mark Kerrison – of Auckland. For services to music.
  • Jennifer Cheryl King – of Wellington. For services to the Asian community.
  • Sionepaea Kumitau – of Auckland. For services to the Niuean community.
  • James Robert Law – of Featherston. For services to the community.
  • Daphne Tania Luke – of Otaki. For services to business and the community.
  • Alfred Lewis McIvor – of Christchurch. For services to diabetes research.
  • Leonard James Murray – of Bronte, New South Wales, Australia. For services to tourism.
  • Keith James Neylon – of Invercargill. For services to agriculture.
  • Diana Elizabeth Parkes – of Lower Hutt. For services to textile art.
  • Valentino Pereira – of Wellington. For services to the Pacific community.
  • Kuini Moehau Reedy – of Gisborne. For services to Māori.
  • Nonnita Margaret Rees – of Wellington. For services to the arts.
  • John Cecil Roadley – of Blenheim. For services to the dairy industry.
  • Sister Marie Elizabeth Roche – of Upper Hutt. For services to the community
  • Ann Mary Ruth – of London, United Kingdom. For services to drama.
  • Allan Arrol Scott – of Blenheim. For services to viticulture.
  • Lois Ann Scott – of Dunedin. For services to the community.
  • Dr Kantha Madhavji Soni – of Auckland. For services to medicine and the community.
  • Ivan Carl Sutherland – of Blenheim. For services to rowing and viticulture.
  • Roger Neil Taylor – of Nelson. For services to the arts.
  • Isabella Huihana Tedcastle – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Jonathan Robert White – of Whakatane. For services to the arts and the community.
  • Jo-anne Edna Mary Wilkinson – of Leigh. For services to youth.
  • Steven Wai Cheung Wong – of Auckland. For services to the Chinese community.
  • Laurence Edward Zwimpfer – of Wellington. For services to information technology.

Queen's Service Order (QSO)[edit]

  • Dr Kelvin Raymond Berryman – of Plimmerton. For services to science.
  • Dr Paul Garth Livingstone – of Wellington. For services to veterinary science.
  • Carol Anne Moffatt MNZM – of Kaiapoi. For services to education.
  • Judge Paul von Dadelszen – of Havelock North. For services to the Family Court.

Queen's Service Medal (QSM)[edit]

  • David Page Adamson – of Invercargill. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • John Antony – of Auckland. For services to musical theatre.
  • Irene Rosslyn Barnes – of Manapouri. For services to the community.
  • William David Bevan – of Porirua. For services to the community.
  • Audrey Maud Bevege – of Te Kuiti. For services to the community.
  • Senior Sergeant Kevin Joseph Brennan – of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • George Brown – of Invercargill. For services to the community.
  • Dorothy Ellen Burley – of Upper Hutt. For services to the community.
  • Grace Byers – of Te Aroha. For services to the community.
  • Amanda Catherine Calder – of Wellington. For services to the community.
  • Douglas John Joseph Clemens – of Rotorua. For services to the community.
  • Janet Elizabeth Colby – of Auckland. For services to health.
  • Henry William Cranefield – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Glenis Margaret Crutchley – of Ranfurly. For services to the community.
  • Yvonne June Dasler – of Blenheim. For services to the community.
  • James Greer Dickson – of Christchurch. For services to the New Zealand Customs Service.
  • Michael Terence Dwyer – of Wellington. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Urikore Julie Anne Dwyer – of Wellington. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Doreen Ngawai Erueti – of New Plymouth. For services to Māori.
  • Gweneth Pauline Fairbrother – of Dannevirke. For services to the community.
  • Peter Morton Franks – of Gisborne. For services to the community.
  • Murray Stanley Gane – of Te Awamutu. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Richard William Glover – of Gisborne. For services to surf life saving and the community.
  • Barry John Haddock – of Auckland. For services to education.
  • Stephen Hugh Staples Hamilton – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Ethne Elna Hanna – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Ross Leslie Hanna JP – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Vaiopuaa Faletoi Harris – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Milton Mansfield McElroy Hollard – of Wellington. For services to the House of Representatives.
  • Chief Fire Officer Raymond George Clarence Huxford – of Feilding. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Henare Ngaera Keefe JP – of Hastings. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Emma Kesha – of Dunedin. For services to the Pacific community.
  • Youn Soo Lee – of Christchurch. For services to the Korean community.
  • Tom Kwok Hing Leong – of Auckland. For services to the electrical industry.
  • Violet Naomi Lynch – of Gore. For services to netball.
  • Barbara Dawn Mahutonga – of New Plymouth. For services to early childhood education.
  • Anita Mansell – of Lower Hutt. For services to the Filipino community.
  • Rupene Mare – of Kaitaia. For services to Māori and the community.
  • Carol Eileen Marshall – of Turangi. For services to early childhood education.
  • John Barry Massam – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Heneriata Maxwell – of Lower Hutt. For services to Te Kōhanga Reo.
  • Laurence Augustine McEntee – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Roderick Tomas McKenzie – of Masterton. For services to local body affairs and the community.
  • Timothy Michael Metcalfe – of Wanganui. For services to the community.
  • Ian Alexander Munro JP – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Wiremu Te Pania Nathan – of Kaitaia. For services to the community.
  • Grant William Maurice Nelson – of Christchurch. For services to philanthropy.
  • Marilyn Ann Nelson – of Christchurch. For services to philanthropy.
  • Peter Laurence Oldham – of Waimamaku. For services to the community.
  • Susan Jane Page – of Napier. For services to the community.
  • Brian Joseph Palmer – of Tauranga. For services to search and rescue.
  • Margaret Ethel Rex-Benner JP – of Tauranga. For services to the community.
  • Jennifer Ann Roper – of Wairoa. For services to the community
  • Harkrishen Singh JP – of Hamilton. For services to the Indian community.
  • Manjit Singh – of Auckland. For services to the Indian community.
  • Sergeant Richard George Spendelow – of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Police.
  • Mary Rose Sturgeon JP – of Runanga. For services to the community.
  • Parakash Chandar Sund – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Tahi Takao JP – of Motueka. For services to Māori.
  • Desmond Walter Templeton – of Riverton. For services to flax milling heritage.
  • Anita Po-Chu Thirtle, JP – of Wanganui. For services to the Chinese community.
  • Henry George Raymond Tolley – of Masterton. For services to the community.
  • Hana Espie Tukukino – of Benowa, Queensland, Australia. For services to Māori.
  • Watene Waara Tukukino – of Benowa, Queensland, Australia. For services to Māori.
  • Frank Stewart Vosper – of Tauranga. For services to the community.
  • Te Waikaretu Wickliffe – of Kawerau. For services to Māori.
  • Eruera Wiki Wikiriwhi – of Tokoroa. For services to Māori.
  • Pamela Ann Wilson JP – of Mangakino. For services to the community.
  • Wallace Andrew Wilson – of Christchurch. For services to surf life saving and rugby league.
  • Mary Isabel Yearbury – of Auckland. For services to the community.
  • Senior Station Officer Ivan John Young – of Napier. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
  • Margaret Carole Young JP – of Opotiki. For services to the community.

New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration (DSD)[edit]

  • Lieutenant Colonel Christopher John Parsons MNZM – The New Zealand Special Air Service.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Ian Richard Ponse – Royal New Zealand Army Logistic Regiment.
  • Acting Warrant Officer Darren Smith – Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Barbados[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[4]

Knight Bachelor[edit]

  • Professor Emeritus Woodville Kemble Marshall. For services to Education.

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Civil Division

Commander of The Order of The British Empire (CBE)[edit]

  • The Most Reverend Dr the Honourable John Walder
  • Dunlop Holder. For services to Religion.
  • Ms Teresa Ann Marshall. For services to the Foreign Service.
  • Everton Gay Walters. For services to the Maritime industry.

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Lieutenant Colonel Atheline Deighncourte Cynthia Branch. For services to the Military.
  • Norman St. Tomburn Howard. For services to business.

Grenada[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[5]

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Commander of The Order of The British Empire (CBE)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Hugh DOLLAND. For services to business.

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Beryl Lucina, Mrs. ISAAC. For public service.

Queen's Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Superintendent Anthony JOSEPH. For services to the State (Police).

Papua New Guinea[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[6]

Knights Bachelor[edit]

  • Wasangula Noel Levi, C.B.E., M.P. For services to public administration in his former roles of Minister of State, senior public servant and diplomat and Secretary- General of the Pacific Forum.
  • John Ralston Wild, C.B.E. For services to commerce, particularly in air transport and tourism, and to the community and for humanitarian endeavours.

The Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George[edit]

Companion of The Order of Saint Michael and Saint George (CMG)[edit]

  • The Honourable Andrew Kumbakor, M.P. For service to the community as a Member of National Parliament and Minister of State.
  • Erna Kathleen, Mrs. Pita. For services to the community and to the advancement of women’s status and welfare.

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Commander of The Order of The British Empire (CBE)[edit]

(Civil Division)

  • Gari Liborius Baki, O.B.E. For services to the community and to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • The Honourable Peter Humphrey, M.P. For services to the community, as a Member of National Parliament and as Governor of West New Britain.
  • Charles Watson Lepani, O.B.E. For services to public administration and to the diplomatic service, including his appointment as High Commissioner in Australia.
  • Matthew Tjoeng. For services to agricultural development and sustainable forestry.
Military Division
  • Brigadier General Francis Wanji Agwi, O.B.E., Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Officer of The Order of The British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Doctor Umadevi Ambihaipahar. For services to the community, to mental health and to traditional medicine.
  • Ni, Mrs. Cragnolini. For services to commerce, sports administration and to the community.
  • Neville Henry Howcroft. For services to eco-forestry and to the conservation of commercial tree species.
  • Richard Nelson Maru. For services to development banking and to rural development.
  • The Reverend Father Patrick McIndoe. For services to the Catholic Church and to the community of Sandaun Province.
  • Ricky Moke Mitio. For services to the community and to the coffee industry.
  • Stephen Mokis. For services to public administration and to New Ireland Provincial Government.
  • Frederick Sheekiot, Q.P.M. For services to the community and to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Doctor. Robin Sios. For services to the community, to healthcare and to hospital administration.
  • Akuila Tubal. For public service in the East New Britain Provincial Administration.
  • John Wauwia. For services to education, to radio broadcasting and to the community of East Sepik.
Military Division
  • Colonel Joseph Fabila, M.B.E., Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Ian Andrew Chow. For services to commerce and to the community.
  • Igo Daure. For services to the community and to the United Church.
  • Chief Inspector Cathy Dobb, Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Robert IanHowden. For services to commerce and to the Scouts Movement.
  • Guwi Kambi. For services to the community and to rural healthcare.
  • Alphonse Krau. For services to the community.
  • Anthony Kundila. For services to the community.
  • Ms Kay Wakerley Liddle. For services to the community, to the Bible Society and to religion.
  • Aravapo Lohia. For services to air transport and to Air Niugini.
  • Moses Makis. For public service in the New Ireland Provincial Administration.
  • David Kym Mitchell. For services to agriculture and the environment among rural communities.
  • Kandaso Napi. For services to the community and to business development.
  • Simon Passingan. For services to the rural community.
  • Gerard Phillip. For services to the community, to Air Transport and to Sport.
  • Graham Pople. For services to rural development and communities.
  • Wayne Leslie Satchell. For services to the community and to Cricket.
  • Awan Sete. For services to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Lahui Tau. For services to the community.
  • Sebulon Tovaira. For public service in the Department of Defence.
  • Alois Chris Valuka. For services to the community and to local government.
  • Russell Waibauru. For services to the community and rural development.
  • John Warbat. For services to Music as Composer, Singer and Instrumentalist.
  • The Reverend Dondoli Wawe. For services to the community and to Religion.
  • Julius Yeoh. For services to the Rubber and Agricultural industries.
Military Division
  • Commander (N) Michael David, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Michael Augustine Daniel, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Lieutenant Colonel Michael Kumun, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Imperial Service Order[edit]

  • Tommy Nahuet. For public service.
  • David Naon. For public service.

British Empire Medal[edit]

Civil Division
  • Dominic Bre. For services to the community.
  • Michael Sigoho Buka. For services to Oil Palm development.
  • Nancy, Mrs. Dabada. For public service.
  • Peter Du. For services to the community.
  • John Hinalu. For services to the community.
  • Mavis, Mrs. Holland. For services to the Police Force.
  • Clare, Mrs. Ivia. For services to the Police Force.
  • Juliana, Mrs. Jiki. For services to rural healthcare.
  • Alois Rokoa Kanakana. For public service.
  • Avosa Kave. For services to Education.
  • Helen, Mrs. Kavo. For public service.
  • Peter Nere Kupo. For services to Education.
  • Timothy Laemeta. For public service.
  • Timothy Meria Lapeya. For services to the community.
  • Ding Mathew. For services to Government House.
  • The Reverend Mondopa Mini. For services to the PNG Bible Church.
  • Joseph Muna. For public service.
  • Giyame Mashleen Nagwi. For public service.
  • Yaku Nolepo. For services to the community.
  • Joseph Panu. For services to the community.
  • Arimax Magabe Peyape. For services to the community.
  • Bothen Pusembo. For public service.
  • Paias Puwa. For services to the Catholic Church.
  • Michael Sau. For public service.
  • Yori, Mrs. Sauna. For services to the Police Force.
  • Araga Dikana, Mrs. Sere. For services to Education.
  • Gitene Somole. For services to the community.
  • Elijah Taksir. For services to the community.
  • Joyce, Mrs. Talibe. For service to rural healthcare.
  • Imbi Tanda. For services to Education.
  • Janet Diribu, Mrs. Telabe. For services to the community.
  • Kee Tine. For services to the community.
  • Walter Unam. For services to the community.
  • Richard Warea. For public service.
  • Edward Yaliui. For services to rural healthcare.
Military Division
  • Warrant Officer Steven Narimonda, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Warrant Officer Jonah Pomeleu, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Chief Warrant Officer Dick Roy, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Warrant Officer Francis Tule, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
  • Warrant Officer Michael Taram Valuka, Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)[edit]

  • Chief Superintendent Wini Henao, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Chief Superintendent Fred Yeis Yakasa, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
  • Superintendent Donald Yamasombi, Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.

Solomon Islands[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[7]

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Civil Division

Officer of The Order of The British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Senda Fifi’i. For services to Community Development, Public Service and to Government.

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Assistant Commissioner PeterAoraunisaka.For services to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force and to the Community.

British Empire Media[edit]

Civil Division
  • Sergeant Jonathan Ben, Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Sergeant Mary Wale Bennett, Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Superintendent Daniel Gideon Hunikera. For services to the Community and to the Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Inspector Cedar Bea Nevol, Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.
  • Superintendent Lence Rina, Royal Solomon Islands Police Force.

Tuvalu[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[8]

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Ms Eleni Tapumanaia. For Public and Community Service.

Saint Lucia[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[9]

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Civil Division

Commander of The Order of The British Empire (CBE)[edit]

  • Michael Bruce GarnetGordon. For services to the Legal Profession and to National Development.

Officer of The Order of The British Empire (OBE)[edit]

  • Dr. Jonathan Romel Daniel. For services to Medicine.
  • Professor Hazel Christine Myrtle Simmons-McDonald. For services to Education and Educational Leadership.

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Doctor Ethlyn Marie Angella Gradison-Didier. For services to Medicine and to Health Education.
  • Girard Glace. For services to business.

British Empire Medal[edit]

Civil Division
  • Henry Flemonce Annelle. For services to Education and the community.
  • Nahum J. N. Baptiste. For services to the Health Sector and to Culture.
  • Arnold Clouden. For services to the community and to Sport.
  • Priscillus Simeon. For services to Community Development.

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours List for 2011 was announced in the London Gazette on 10 June 2011[10]

The Most Excellent Order of The British Empire[edit]

Member of The Order of The British Empire (MBE)[edit]

  • Eustace Wilfred Hill. For services to Education.

References[edit]

  1. ^ United Kingdom: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59808. pp. 1–28. 10 June 2011.
  2. ^ "The Queen's Birthday Honours 2011" (8 July 2011) 97 New Zealand Gazette 2829.
  3. ^ "The Queen's Birthday Honours 2011". Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (New Zealand). 6 June 2011. Retrieved 2 March 2012. 
  4. ^ a b Barbados: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59809. pp. 29–30. 10 June 2011.
  5. ^ a b Grenada: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59810. pp. 31–32. 10 June 2011.
  6. ^ a b Papua New Guinea: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59811. pp. 33–36. 10 June 2011.
  7. ^ a b Solomon Islands: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59812. pp. 37–38. 10 June 2011.
  8. ^ a b Tuvalu: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59813. pp. 39–40. 10 June 2011.
  9. ^ a b Saint Lucia: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59814. pp. 41–42. 10 June 2011.
  10. ^ a b Antigua and Barbuda: The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59815. pp. 43–44. 10 June 2011.
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  12. ^ "BBC News – Queen's Birthday Honours". 11 June 2011. Archived from the original on 17 June 2011. Retrieved 11 June 2011. 
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