2009 Birthday Honours

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The Queen's Birthday Honours 2009 were appointments by some of the 16 Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to recognise and reward good works by citizens of those countries. The Birthday Honours are awarded as part of the Queen's Official Birthday celebrations during the month of June.

The Queen's Birthday Honours were announced on 12 June 2009 in the United Kingdom,[1] 8 June 2009 in Australia,[2] 1 June 2009 in New Zealand,[3] and 15 June 2009 in The Bahamas,[4] Grenada,[5] Papua New Guinea,[6] Solomon Islands,[7] Tuvalu,[8] Saint Lucia,[9] Antigua and Barbuda,[10] and Belize.[11]

The recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour and arranged by the country (in order of precedence) whose ministers advised The Queen on the appointments, then by honour with grades i.e. Knight/Dame Grand Cross, Knight/Dame Commander etc. and then divisions i.e. Civil, Diplomatic and Military as appropriate.

United Kingdom[edit]

Knights Bachelor[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Order of the Bath[edit]

Knight Commander (KCB)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Hugh Henderson Taylor, CB, Permanent Secretary Department of Health
Military Division

Dame Commander (DCB)[edit]

Civil Division

Companion (CB)[edit]

Civil Division
  • Desmond John Bowen, CMG
  • Roger Bright
  • Graham Donaldson
  • Victor Hogg
  • Mrs Vicky Pryce
Military Division

Order of St Michael and St George[edit]

Dame Commander (DCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Knight Commander (KCMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Companion (CMG)[edit]

Diplomatic Service and Overseas List

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

Dame Commander (DCVO)[edit]

Knights Commander (KCVO)[edit]

Commander (CVO)[edit]

Lieutenant (LVO)[edit]

  • John Douglas Chilcott, formerly Official Secretary to the Governor of Tasmania.
  • Samantha Helen Cohen, Communications and Press Secretary, Royal Household.
  • Group Captain Timothy Chetnole Hewlett, OBE, Royal Air Force, Director of Royal Travel.
  • Professor (Norman) Ashley George Mowat, Physician to The Queen in Scotland.
  • Graham Paul Sharpe, MVO, Director of Property Services, Royal Household.
  • The Reverend Nicholas Charles Wheeler, Head of Church Appointments, Cabinet Office.
  • Ronald John Wilkie, Operations Director, Ascot Racecourse.
  • Keith Charles Willis, Finance Director, Duchy of Cornwall.

Member (MVO)[edit]

  • Graham Miles Bann, Executive Director, Business in the Community.
  • Douglas Alexander Bowie, Director of Finance, The Prince's Scottish Youth Business Trust.
  • Ian David Cornish, Head of Audit Services, Royal Household.
  • Stephen John Luke Davies, Financial Controller, Duchy of Lancaster.
  • Rosanna Young, Mrs De Sancha, Paintings Conservator, Royal Collection.
  • Leona Mary, Mrs Harvey, Personal Secretary to the Governor of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Paul Hughes, Chief Clerk and Accountant, The Duke of Edinburgh's Household.
  • Dr. Joanna Mary Marschner, Senior Curator, Kensington Palace, Historic Royal Palaces.
  • Allan David Masson, RVM, Mechanic, Balmoral Estate.
  • Sergeant Stephen William Mayne, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
  • Nigel Robert McEvoy, RVM, Palace Steward, Royal Household.
  • Edward Peter Mills, RVM, French Polisher, Royal Household.
  • Victor James Mitchell, Steward of the Bellringers, College of St. George.
  • Shutica Patel, Head of Photographic Services, Royal Collection.
  • Inspector Charles Caird Walker, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.

Royal Victorian Medal[edit]

Silver[edit]

  • Thomas Oliver Biddlecombe, Head Gardener, Royal Lodge.
  • Anthony David Chambers, Plumber, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • George Martin Clink, Foreman, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
  • Philip Ernest Easton, formerly Deputy Custody Supervisor, Hampton Court Palace.
  • David Robert Fagg, Divisional Sergeant Major, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
  • Peter Charles Golden, Telegraph Clerk, Court Post Office, Buckingham Palace.
  • Clive Peter Hobbs, Assistant Valet to The Prince of Wales.
  • James Priestley Hoyle, Warehouse Manager, Royal Collection Enterprises.
  • Huw Gordon Jones, Tractor Driver/Stock Man, Royal Farms, Windsor.
  • Anne, Mrs McGowan, Senior Retail Assistant, Lower Ward Shop, Windsor Castle.
  • Alan Michael Palmer, Gardener, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Constable Jean-François Phillips, Metropolitan Police. For services to Royalty Protection.
  • Charles Edwards Potts, formerly Security Officer Team Leader, Palace of Holyroodhouse.
  • John Revill, Valet to The Duke of York.
  • John Albert Tarrant, AssistantWarden/Cleaner, Queen's Gate Flats, Windsor.

Order of the British Empire[edit]

Dame Commander (DBE)[edit]

Civil Division

Commander (CBE)[edit]

Civil Division

Officer (OBE)[edit]

  • Mrs Gurdev Kaur Abrol. For voluntary service to Sikh and Asian Women in the West Midlands. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)
  • Professor David Llewellyn Adamson. For services to regeneration in Wales. (Pontyclun, Rhondda Cynon Taff)
  • David Allan. For services to mountain rescue in England and Wales. (Ulverston, Cumbria)
  • Mrs Philippa Allan. For services to business in the East Midlands and to international trade. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • James Allan Anderson, MBE. For services to swimming. (Broxburn, West Lothian)
  • Mrs Margaret Anderson. Headteacher, Sele First School, Hexham, Northumberland. For services to education. (Hexham, Northumberland)
  • Michael Gordon Ankers. Chief executive, Construction Products Association. For services to the construction industry. (Fleet, Hampshire)
  • Paul Stephen Aplin. For public service and for services to the accountancy profession. (Taunton, Somerset)
  • Mrs Jennette Arnold. For services to local government and to the community in London. (London, SE1)
  • John Christopher Aston. For services to business. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
  • Reshard Sheik Mahmad Auladin. Formerly deputy chairman, Metropolitan Police Authority. For services to the police and to the administration of justice. (London, N13)
  • Richard Austin. Headteacher, Higher Bebington Junior School, Wirral. For services to education. (Wirral, Merseyside)
  • Herbert Howard Baggaley. Chairman, Baggaley Group Ltd. For services to training and to business. (Mansfield, Nottinghamshire)
  • Mrs Jennifer Ann Barraclough. Television producer. For services to documentary film making and to charity. (London, E14)
  • Lawrence Neil Barry. For services to humanitarian aid. (Kent)
  • Andrew John Beale. For services to intellectual property and to business in Wales. (Swansea)
  • Ian Agar Bell. Director, ARC Addington Fund. For services to farming families. (Oakham, Rutland)
  • Professor Mark Anderson Bellis. Director, Centre for Public Health, John Moores University. For services to healthcare. (Wirrall, Merseyside)
  • Amanda Sonia Berry. Chief executive, British Academy of Film and Television Arts. For services to the film industry. (London, SE11)
  • Michael Gerald Alexander Black. Formerly director, Northern Ireland Science Park Foundation Ltd. For services to business. (Londonderry)
  • Adam Krysztof Bogusz. Deputy head of banking, London, HM Revenue and Customs. (Potters Bar, Hertfordshire)
  • Mrs Margaret Glynis Miles-Bramwell. Founder and chairman, Slimming World. For services to healthcare and to charity. (Nottinghamshire)
  • Professor David John Breeze. Formerly chief inspector of ancient monuments, Historic Scotland, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)
  • Lady Elizabeth Brighouse. Leader of Labour Group, Oxfordshire County Council. For services to local government. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
  • Nigel Brook. Assistant chief Officer and director of Finance, West Yorkshire Police. For services to the Police. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)
  • Professor Peter Brophy. Formerly Professor of Information Management, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to visually impaired people. (Lancaster, Lancashire)
  • Derek Brown. Managing director, FTX Logistics. For services to the defence industry. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)
  • Mrs Mary Elizabeth Brown. For voluntary service to the Association of Wrens. (East Sussex)
  • Penny Melville-Brown. For services to disabled and disadvantaged people. (Fareham, Hampshire)
  • Richard Broyd. For services to heritage and conservation. (London, W8)
  • Lindsey Alexander Bucknor. Head, Workforce Expansion, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. (Wolverhampton, West Midlands)
  • Professor Robert Burch. Formerly McClay Professor of Physical Chemistry and head of the School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Queen's University Belfast. For services to chemistry. (Larne, Antrim)
  • Professor Frank Burchill. For services to the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service. (Lichfield, Staffordshire)
  • Arthur James Burden. For charitable services. (Manchester, Greater Manchester)
  • Michael John Clement Burgess. Coroner for Surrey. For services to the administration of justice. (Hampton, Middlesex)
  • Roy Button. Senior vice-president and managing director, Warner Brothers Productions. For services to the film industry. (Hertfordshire)
  • Mrs Karen Evelyn Campbell. Grade 7, Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety, Northern Ireland Executive. (Belfast)
  • Mary Lorrimer Beatrix Campbell. For services to equal opportunities. (London, NW1)
  • Patrick John Casement. Chairman, National Trust's Committee for Northern Ireland. For services to heritage. (Ballycastle, Antrim)
  • Dr Timothy Lachlan Chambers, JP. Consultant Physician and Nephrologist, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children. For services to medicine. (Bristol)
  • Lady Lucy Bertha Chandler. For services to the voluntary sector. (Dorking, Surrey)
  • Martin Cheeseman. Director of Housing and Community Care, London Borough of Brent. For services to local government. (Chesham, Buckinghamshire)
  • Nasso Christou. Head of Archway Children's Centre, London Borough of Islington. For services to children and families. (London, N4)
  • Ailsa Claire. Chief executive, Barnsley Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (Newark, Nottinghamshire)
  • Dr Thomas Antony Coffey. General Medical Practitioner, South West London. For services to healthcare. (London, SW16)
  • Mrs Felicity Elaine Collier. For services to children and families. (Towcester, Northamptonshire)
  • Richard Collins. Formerly Executive director for Policy, Legal Services Commission. For services to the administration of justice. (Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire)
  • Marilyn Comrie. Managing director, LeaderGen. For services to women's enterprise. (Greater Manchester)
  • Carol Lesley Coombes. For services to leadership and to the Voluntary Sector in Birmingham. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • Philip Coppard. Chief executive, Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to local government. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • Mrs Alison Mary Egerton Corbett. For voluntary service to the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Gwynedd. (Tywyn, Gwynedd)
  • John Barrie William Corless. Chairman and Trustee, PHAB. For voluntary service to disabled people. (Limpsfield, Surrey)
  • Anita Cormac. Executive director, Focus on Food Campaign and Co-director, Design Dimension Educational Trust. For services to special education. (Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire)
  • Professor Frances Marie Corner. Head, London College of Fashion. For services to the fashion industry. (London, W1G)
  • Professor David Cox. Chairman, South Birmingham Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • Gary Crosby. Artistic director, Tomorrow's Warriors. For services to music. (Harrow, Middlesex)
  • Mrs Mary Gray Cuthbert. Head, Tobacco Control, Sexual Health and HIV, Health Directorate, Scottish Executive. For public and voluntary service. (Edinburgh)
  • Thomas Emment Meredydd David. Principal, Reaseheath College, Cheshire. For services to local and national further education. (Nantwich, Cheshire)
  • Mrs Elaine Debono. Head of Rural Payments, Welsh Assembly Government. (Vale of Glamorgan)
  • Mary Dhonau. Chief executive, National Flood Forum. For services to the environment. (Worcestershire)
  • The Hon Peter Malcolm de Brissac Dickinson. Author and poet. For services to literature. (Alresford, Hampshire)
  • Dr Annette Doherty. Senior vice-president, Pfizer Global Research and Development, Sandwich Laboratories UK. For services to the pharmaceutical industry. (Canterbury, Kent)
  • Mrs Helen Donoghue. For services to charity taxation. (London, SW1P)
  • Katharine Emma Dore. Co-founder, TreeHouse School, Muswell Hill, London. For services to special needs education. (London, SE1)
  • Mrs Carol Dover. Formerly Headteacher, Lees Brook Community Sports College, and Da Vinci Community College, Derby. For services to education. (Derby, Derbyshire)
  • Janet Dunn. Headteacher, I CAN Meath Non-Maintained Special School, Ottershaw, Surrey. For services to special needs education. (Woking, Surrey)
  • Joseph Dunne. For services to Victim Support in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Antrim)
  • Anthony John Durcan. President, Society of chief Librarians and head, Culture, Libraries and Lifelong Learning, Newcastle upon Tyne City Council. For services to local libraries. (Durham)
  • Peter Ronald Dymond. Project manager and lately chief Coastguard, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Department for Transport. (New Milton, Hampshire)
  • Timothy East. Deputy director (Operations), Information Management Services, HM Revenue and Customs. (Carnforth, Cumbria)
  • Mrs Eurwen Holland Edwards, BEM. For voluntary service to the community in North Wales. (Rhyl, Denbighshire)
  • Mrs Suzy Maria Brain England. Chairman, Standards Committee, Department for Work and Pensions. For public service. (Bradford, West Yorks)
  • Dr Margaret Lindsay Faull. Director, National Coal Mining Museum for England. For services to industrial heritage. (Wakefield, West Yorkshire)
  • Nelson Fernandez. Formerly Deputy director, Visiting Arts. For services to the arts. (London, SW5)
  • James Ferris. Formerly chief executive, Percy Hedley Foundation, Newcastle upon Tyne. For services to local and national special needs education. (Bangor, Down)
  • Rokhsana Fiaz. Director, Change Institute. For services to black and minority ethnic people. (London, E7)
  • John Allan Findlay. Chief executive, National Association of Local Councils. For services to local government. (Hertford, Hertfordshire)
  • John Fletcher. For services to the inland waterways. (Bolton, Greater Manchester)
  • Paul Foweather. Senior manager A, HM Prison Hull, Ministry of Justice. For public and voluntary service. (York, East Riding of Yorkshire)
  • Tim Foy. For public service. (Winchester, Hampshire)
  • Dr Derek John Fry. For public service. (Chester, Cheshire)
  • Keith Fryer. Formerly head of Centre, Harperley Hall, National Policing Improvement Agency. For services to forensic science. (Bishop Auckland, Durham)
  • Mrs Patricia Gamble. Court manager, Nottingham Crown Court, Ministry of Justice. (Zouch, Leicestershire)
  • Michael Gelling. Chairman, Tenants' and Residents' Organisations of England. For services to social housing. (Runcorn, Cheshire)
  • Mrs Annette Gibbons. For services to the food and farming industries in Cumbria. (Maryport, Cumbria)
  • Mrs Judith Kyle Gillespie. For public service. (Belfast, Antrim)
  • Professor Helen Gleeson. Head of School for Physics and Astronomy, University of Manchester. For services to science. (Derbyshire)
  • Mrs Lois Patricia Golding. For services to black and minority ethnic people in the South West. (Bristol)
  • Professor Mitchell Peter Grant. Regius Professor of Engineering and Electronics, University of Edinburgh. For services to science. (Edinburgh)
  • Richard Grant. For services to the energy industry. (Berkshire)
  • Malcolm David Graves. Press secretary, Communications, HM Treasury. For public and voluntary service. (West Sussex)
  • John Bullard Gray. Chairman, Coatbridge College Board of Management. For services to further and higher education. (Dunkeld, Perth and Kinross)
  • John Norman Gripper. For services to rhino conservation and to animal welfare. (Oxfordshire)
  • Terence Michael Grote. Formerly managing director, The Independent. For services to the publishing industry. (Royston, Hertfordshire)
  • David Leslie Grove. Chairman, West Midlands Industrial Board. For services to business. (Warwickshire)
  • Henry Grunwald, QC. For services to the Jewish community and to inter-faith relations. (London, NW2)
  • Thomas Hanna Haire. For public and voluntary service. (Belfast, Antrim)
  • Nigel Hancock. Senior manager A, Safer Custody Group, HM Prison Service, Ministry of Justice. (Aberystwyth, Ceredigion)
  • Dr Christopher Handy. Chief executive, Accord Housing Group and chairman, Walsall Housing Regeneration Agency. For services to the housing sector in the West Midlands. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)
  • Dr Robert Wallace Harland. For services to sports and exercise medicine in Northern Ireland. (Belfast)
  • Mrs Ann Whyte Harris. Deputy director, Investment Management, Department for Work and Pensions. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • Mrs Margaret Mary Haskell. Director of Human Resources, Avon Fire and Rescue Service. For services to local government. (Gloucestershire)
  • Lynda Hassall. Head, Sure Start Children's Centre, Carlisle South. For services to children and families. (Fletchertown, Cumbria)
  • Professor Gerard Hastings. Director, Institute of Social Marketing, and Centre for Tobacco Control Research, Stirling and The Open University. For services to healthcare. (Stirling and Falkirk)
  • Geoffrey Heath. Formerly chief executive, NCsoft Europe. For services to the computer games industry. (Lindfield, West Sussex)
  • Professor Andrew Hurst Henderson. For services to cardiology in Wales. (Vale of Glamorgan)
  • Alan William Henry. Formerly Northern Ireland Civil Service commissioner and Human Rights commissioner. For public service. (Newtownards, Down)
  • Alan Eric Hepper. Grade B1, Ministry of Defence. (Devizes, Wiltshire)
  • Mrs Marilyn Holness. Deputy Principal, Southlands College, Roehampton University. For services to teacher education. (London, SW15)
  • Mrs Susan Hooton. Associate director, Clinical Governance and Effectiveness, 5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Trust. For services to nursing. (Wirrall, Merseyside)
  • Dr Mohammed Kamal Hossain. Director, Research and International Co-operation, National Physical Laboratory. For services to industry. (Hampton, London)
  • Andrew William Howarth. Director of Operations, Land Registry, Ministry of Justice. (Petworth, West Sussex)
  • Peter Howson. For services to the visual arts. (Ayrshire and Arran)
  • Bernard Clement John Hughes. Chairman, Regional Management Board, Fire and Rescue Service South West. For services to local government. (Exmouth, Devon)
  • Dr Robert William Gainer Hunt. For services to the field of colour science and to young people through crusaders. (Salisbury, Wiltshire)
  • Sue Johnston. Actor. For services to drama and to charity. (London, N10)
  • Brian Keith Jones. Regional director, North West, Forestry Commission. (Penrith, Cumbria)
  • Glyn Hywel Jones. Principal, Pembrokeshire College. For services to education and to training in Wales. (Narberth, Pembrokeshire)
  • Louis Bernard Jones. Deputy chief Fire Officer, Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service. For services to local government. (Banbridge, Down)
  • Rhoda Emlyn Jones. Principal Officer for Substance Misuse Services, Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. For services to disadvantaged people. (Cardiff)
  • Mrs Imelda Ann Jordan. Principal, St Colm's High School, Twinbrook, Belfast. For services to education in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn, Antrim)
  • Mrs Mary Helen Karaolis. Headteacher, The Ravenscroft School and Technology College, Barnet, London. For services to education. (London, N3)
  • Sister Eileen Kelleher. Formerly Chair of Council and Pro-Chancellor, Liverpool Hope University. For voluntary service to education. (Widnes, Cheshire)
  • Andrew Kilpatrick. Formerly Headteacher, Northumberland Park Community School, Haringey, London. For services to education. (Whitchurch, Hampshire)
  • Christina Audrey Ruth Patricia Kitchen. For services to Oxfam. (Epsom, Surrey)
  • Professor Terence Robert James Lappin. Professor of Haematology, Queen's University Belfast. For services to medicine. (Hillsborough, Down)
  • Mrs Fiona Larden. Principal, Fircroft College, Birmingham. For services to adult education. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
  • Richard James Vincent Larn. For services to nautical archaeology and marine heritage. (Isles of Scilly, Cornwall)
  • James Victor Lawlor. Deputy director with Detection, London, UK Border Agency, HM Revenue and Customs. For public and voluntary service. (Watford, Hertfordshire)
  • Anne Marie Ledger. For services to asylum seekers and refugees. (Dover, Kent)
  • Dr Aileen Lee. For services to veterinary medicine, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. (Carlisle, Cumbria)
  • Professor Gwyneth Helen Lewis. National Lead for Maternal Health and Maternity Services, Department of Health. (London, N7)
  • Colin Liddell. Director, Liddell Thomson. For services to business and to charity in Scotland. (Linlithgow, West Lothian)
  • Brian Martin Lomax. Chairman, Supporters' Direct. For services to football. (Nr Rugby, Warwickshire)
  • Jennifer Lomax. Director, Camden Arts Centre. For services to the visual arts. (London, SW2)
  • Fiona MacCarthy. Biographer and cultural historian. For services to literature. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • Angus MacDonald. Director, Financial News and chairman, Specialist Waste Recycling. For services to the community in the Highlands. (Pitlochry, Perth and Kinross)
  • Hugh Millar MacDonald. Assistant director, Apprenticeship Unit, Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills. (Chesterfield, Derbyshire)
  • Ann MacFarlane, MBE. For services to disabled people. (Kingston upon Thames, Surrey)
  • John Learmonth MacLellan. Senior user, MOT Computerisation, Vehicle and Operator Services Agency, Department for Transport. (Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire)
  • Dr Linda Magee. For services to the biotechnology industry. (Altrincham, Cheshire)
  • Mrs Margaret Fay Mansell. Chairman, National Federation of Women's Institutes. For services to women. (Usk, Monmouthshire)
  • Richard Mawer. For services to Save the Children UK. (Cambridgeshire)
  • Morrison McAllister. Formerly director, Food Standards Agency, Northern Ireland. (Newtownards, Down)
  • Dennis Norman McAuley. Principal Scientific Officer, Forensic Science Northern Ireland. For public and voluntary service. (Antrim)
  • Gracia Mary McGrath. Chief executive, Chance UK. For services to children with special needs. (London, N22)
  • Roger Andrew McKenzie. Formerly Regional secretary, Midlands Trades Union Congress. For services to diversity and to equal opportunities. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
  • Lynn Jacqueline McNair. Head of Centre, Cowgate under 5s Centre, Edinburgh. For services to early years education. (Edinburgh)
  • Kay Mellor. Writer. For services to drama. (Leeds, West Yorkshire)
  • Peter Methven. For services to the marine industry. (Cheltenham, Gloucestershire)
  • Group Capt John Middleton. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. For public and voluntary service. (York, North Yorkshire)
  • Alan Geoffrey Moore. For services to the energy industry. (Calne, Wiltshire)
  • Professor Pamela Mary Moores. Executive Dean, School of Languages and Social Sciences, Aston University. For services to modern languages. (Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands)
  • Dr Elaine Morgan. Author. For services to literature and to education. (Mountain Ash, Rhondda Cynon Taff)
  • James Ian Morris. President, Institute of Chartered Accountants for England and Wales. For services to the accountancy profession. (Chester, Cheshire)
  • Pamela Anne Morton. For services to the voluntary sector. (York, North Yorkshire)
  • Fiyaz Mughal. Director, Faith Matters. For services to the voluntary sector. (London, N22)
  • Annie Rosaleen Mullins. Member, Home secretary's Task Force on Child Protection on the Internet. For services to children and young people. (London, NW1)
  • Norris Geoffrey Myers. For services to business in the South West and to international trade. (Bristol)
  • Eric Stanley Nash. Formerly Postgraduate Dean, Dental School, University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. For services to healthcare. (Cardiff)
  • Thomas Arthur Nelson. For services to forensic science and to the community in North Berwick, East Lothian. (North Berwick, East Lothian)
  • Professor Diane Newell. Formerly Senior Scientific consultant, Veterinary Laboratories Agency. For services to science. (Andover, Hampshire)
  • Michael Andrew Newman. Managing director, Fujitsu Services Defence and Security Business Unit. For services to the Ministry of Defence. (Crowthorne, Berkshire)
  • Professor Catherine Ann Niven. For services to nursing and to the allied health professions. (Stirling and Falkirk)
  • Mrs Elaine Noad. For services to disabled people in Scotland. (Bridge of Earn, Perth and Kinross)
  • Peter Robert Norfolk, MBE. Quad Wheelchair Tennis Champion. For services to disabled sport. (Meadstead, Hampshire)
  • Dr Margaret Rose Oates. Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist, Nottinghamshire Healthcare Trust. For services to mental healthcare. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
  • John Owen. Managing director, Creative Management Development. For services to the bus industry. (Swindon, Wiltshire)
  • Michael Barry Owen. Chairman, Mason Owen Partnership. For services to business and to charity in Liverpool. (Chester, Cheshire)
  • Mrs Lorraine Petersen. Chief executive Officer, National Association for Special Educational Needs. For services to education. (Bromsgrove, Worcestershire)
  • James William Rodney Peyton, TD. Consultant Surgeon, South Tyrone and Craigavon Hospitals. For services to medicine in Northern Ireland. (Dungannon, Tyrone)
  • Steven Pickering. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (London)
  • Dr Mary Piper. Senior Public Health Adviser, Offender Health, Department of Health. (London, NW3)
  • Mrs Jane Pitman. Lead Member for Children's Services, Hertfordshire County Council. For services to local government. (Ware, Hertfordshire)
  • Mrs Marion Grace Plant. Principal and chief executive, North Warwickshire and Hinckley College. For services to further education. (Nuneaton, Warwickshire)
  • Timothy George Alexander Prince. Director, Royal International Air Tattoo. For services to the RAF Charitable Trust. (Stroud, Gloucestershire)
  • Col Piers Atherley David Storie-Pugh, MBE, TD, DL. Head of Remembrance Travel. For services to the Royal British Legion. (London, SW19)
  • Dr Helen Raine. For services to the agri-food industry. (Oxfordshire)
  • Dr Richard Ellison Raistrick. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (Gosport, Hampshire)
  • Professor Ian Ralston. For services to archaeology in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
  • Dr Guduru Gopal Rao. Consultant Microbiologist, Northwick Park Hospital. For services to medicine. (London, W5)
  • Dr Malcolm Graham Charles Read. Executive secretary, Joint Information Systems Committee. For services to higher and further education. (Malmesbury, Wiltshire)
  • Harry Reeves. Deputy director of Culture, Department for Culture, Media and Sport. For public and voluntary service. (Sevenoaks, Kent)
  • Neil John Remsbery. Team Leader, Pupil Well-being Health and Safety Unit, Department for Children, Schools and Families. (London, W13)
  • Mrs Kim Richardson. Chairman, Naval Families Federation. For services to the Royal Navy. (Fareham, Hampshire)
  • Peter Anthony Lloyd Roberts. Nursing Officer, Ministry of Defence. (East Cowton, North Yorkshire)
  • Peter Fowler Robinson. For services to business and to the community in Lancashire. (Clitheroe, Lancashire)
  • Trevor Robinson. Creative director, Quiet Storm. For services to the advertising industry. (London, W1W)
  • Professor Sheila Anne Rodwell. Director, Medical Research Council Centre for Nutrition, University of Cambridge. For services to healthcare. (Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk)
  • Warwick James Rodwell. For services to ecclesiastical archaeology. (Somerset)
  • Mrs Wendy Elizabeth Rose. Vice-chairman, Homestart UK. For services to children and families. (Burford, Oxfordshire)
  • Councillor Keith John Ross. Leader, West Somerset District Council and Deputy chairman, Local Government Association. For services to local government (Dulverton, Somerset)
  • Professor Christopher James Rowe. Professor of Greek, University of Durham. For services to scholarship. (Durham)
  • Mrs Barbara Patricia Russell. Service manager, Action for Children Fostering, Wessex Community Project. For services to children and families. (Southsea, Hampshire)
  • Professor Marian Scott. Head of Department and Professor of Environmental Statistics, University of Glasgow. For services to social science. (Glasgow)
  • Steven Sharratt. Group chief executive, Bio Group Ltd. For services to business. (Fressingfield, Suffolk)
  • The Rev Professor Douglas William David Shaw. For charitable services in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
  • Trevor Halliday Shears. For charitable services in the North East. (Newcastle, Tyne and Wear)
  • John Anthony Sherlock. Sculptor. For services to the visual arts in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey, Antrim)
  • Jean Mary Sherriff, MBE. For services to the Citizens' Advice Bureau, Denbighshire. (Rhyl, Denbighshire)
  • Dr John Richard Shortland. Commander, South and West Yorkshire. For voluntary service to the St John Ambulance Brigade. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire)
  • Brian Paul Shrubsall. Grade B2, Ministry of Defence. (Whitchurch, Hampshire)
  • Dr Caroline Mary Shuldham. Director of Nursing, Clinical Governance and Informatics, Royal Brompton Hospital and Harefield NHS Trust. For services to healthcare. (Effingham, Surrey)
  • Colin Brian Simkins. Lead consultant Headteacher, Specialist Schools and Academies Trust and lately Headteacher, Hodgson School, Lancashire. For services to local and national education. (Carnforth, Lancashire)
  • Councillor John Hyde Smith. For voluntary service to the community in Evesham, Worcestershire. (Evesham, Worcestershire)
  • Michael Lynas Smith. For services to people with disabilities. (Newbury, Berkshire)
  • Ronald Smith. General-secretary, Educational Institute of Scotland. For services to education. (Mid Calder, West Lothian)
  • Stuart Graham Smith. Formerly president, Lawn Tennis Association. For services to sport. (Kent)
  • Mrs Sylvia Mary Smith. President, National Association of Swimming Clubs for people with disabilities. (Ickenham, London)
  • Douglas Squires. Choreographer and director. For services to the performing arts. (Nr Preston, Lancashire)
  • Allan Stewart. Principal, Selby College, North Yorkshire. For services to local and national further education. (Northallerton, North Yorkshire)
  • David George Hovenden Stewart. Chairman, North East Rural Affairs Forum. For services to the environment. (Allendale, Northumberland)
  • Roger Stone. Leader, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to local government. (Rotherham, South Yorkshire)
  • David Lewis Summers, JP. For public and charitable service. (Kent)
  • Peter Swingler. Benefit Delivery Centre manager, Jobcentre Plus, Department for Work and Pensions. For public and voluntary service in the North West. (Wrexham)
  • Professor Katharine Ellen Sykes. Professor of Sciences and Society, University of Bristol. For services to science and technology. (Bristol)
  • Peter William Syme. Director, The Open University in Scotland. For services to higher education. (Edinburgh)
  • Mrs Ilana Antoinette Tahan. Head of Hebrew Collections, The British Library. For services to scholarship. (London, W13)
  • Virginia Tandy. Director of Culture, Manchester City Council. For services to the arts. (Derbyshire)
  • Peter Rowland Taylor. For services to the tyre industry. (London, W9)
  • Peter Thackwray. For services to small businesses in London and to international trade. (London, EC1A)
  • George David Thompson. Business Development director, BVT Surface Fleet Ltd. For services to the shipbuilding industry. (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear)
  • Professor Tamar Thompson. Independent health service adviser. For services to healthcare. (Malvern, Worcestershire)
  • Robert Torrens. For services to cricket and football in Northern Ireland. (Portrush, Antrim)
  • Jane Elizabeth Tozer, MBE. For public and voluntary service. (Chorleywood, Hertfordshire)
  • Leonard Tyler. Chief executive Officer, EADS Defence and Security Systems Ltd. For services to the defence industry. (Chelmsford, Essex)
  • Professor Denis Wesley Vernon. Head of Podiatry Services and Research Lead, Sheffield Primary Care Trust. For services to healthcare. (High Peak, Derbyshire)
  • Geoffrey Harold Walker. Matron, Medical Wards and Departments, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. For services to healthcare. (Bearwood, Dorset)
  • David Ogilvie Maclogan Wedderburn. Chairman, Building Standards Advisory Committee. For services to the construction industry. (Edinburgh)
  • William James Wilkinson. Chief executive and Treasurer, South Yorkshire Police Authority. For public service. (Barnsley, South Yorkshire)
  • Billy Williams. Cinematographer. For services to the film industry. (Surrey)
  • Professor Clyde Williams. Professor of Sports Science, Loughborough University. For services to sports science. (Loughborough, Leicestershire)
  • Frederick George Wilson. For services to entrepreneurship and to engineering. (Lisburn, Antrim)
  • Malcolm Irving Wilson. Managing director, M-Sport and Team director, Ford World Rally Team. For services to the motorsport industry. (Cockermouth, Cumbria)
  • Simon Winters. Charity consultant. For services to the voluntary sector. (Borehamwood, Hertfordshire)
  • Andrew William Lewis Wolstenholme. Director, Capital Projects, British Airports Authority. For services to the construction industry. (Lewes, East Sussex)
  • Zena Jane Wooldridge. Director of Sport, University of Birmingham and Chairman, England Squash. For services to sport. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)
  • Robert Andrew Woolley. Manager, Debt Relief Order Unit, Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform. For public and voluntary service. (Plymouth, Devon)
  • John Yelland. For voluntary service to the community in Worcester. (Pershore, Worcestershire)

Anthony Yorke. National manager, Paralympic Cycling Team. For services to Sport. (West Sussex)

Royal Red Cross[edit]

The Queen's Volunteer Reserves Medal[edit]

Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal[edit]

Australia[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2009 for Australia were announced on 8 June 2009.[2]

New Zealand[edit]

The Queen's Birthday Honours 2009 were announced on 1 June 2009 in New Zealand,[3]

New Zealand Order of Merit[edit]

Dame Companion (DNZM)[edit]

Jennifer Barbara Gibbs Auckland For services to the arts
Iritana Te Rangi Tawhiwhirangi Masterton For services to Maori education[12]

Knight Companion (KNZM)[edit]

John Walker (athlete) Auckland For services to sport and the community[13]

Companion (CNZM)[edit]

John Desmond Todd Wellington For services to business and the community
Simon Murdoch Wellington For public services, lately as Secretary of Foreign Affairs
Paula Rebstock North Shore For public services, lately as chair of the Commerce Commission
Saana (Hana) Waitai Romana Murray Kaitaia For services to the community
Professor Alison Stewart (biologist) Lincoln For services to biology, in particular plant pathology
Dr Jeffery Lewis Tallon Lower Hutt For services to science
Professor Peter Rowland Thorne Auckland For services to auditory neuroscience

Officer (ONZM)[edit]

Ronald Chan Manukau For services to business
Patrick William Cotter Christchurch For services to medicine
Murray Deaker North Shore For services to broadcasting
Carl Doy North Shore For services to music[14]
Dr Annabel Kirsten Finucane Auckland For services to medicine, in particular paediatric heart surgery
Gurshon Fisher Auckland For services to philanthropy
Associate Professor John Henley (doctor) Auckland For services to medicine
Jacqueline Mary Hughes Whakatane For services to the community
Robin Austin Judkins Christchurch For services to sports administration
Stephen Peter Kearney Victoria, Australia For services to rugby league
Professor Stephen Irving Levine Wellington For services to education and the Jewish community
Roger John Moses Wellington For services to education
Robert Duncan Murdoch Wellington For services to manufacturing and the community[15]
Dr Graham James Sharpe Wellington For services to anaesthesia[16]
Jefferie James Tippen Christchurch For services to tourism
Professor Michael Mathew Walker Auckland For services to science
Frank Ivan Yukich Manukau For services to wine industry[15]
Additional
Colonel Graeme Roger Williams Auckland Colonel's List, New Zealand Army For services to the New Zealand Defence Force

Member (MNZM)[edit]

Errol Douglas Baldwin Hamilton For services to the community
Mary Tiki Balzer Hamilton For services to Maori health
Brigit Diana Blair Christchurch For services to business
Detective Superintendent Malcolm James Burgess Christchurch For services to the New Zealand Police[17]
Norma Ellen Campbell Christchurch For services to women's health, in particular midwifery
Yvonne Joyce Cave Wanganui For services to photography and horticulture
Belinda Charteris Christchurch For services to netball
Professor George Raymond Clark Auckland For services to biochemistry
Professor Terence John Crooks Dunedin For services to education
Madeline Mary East Manukau For services to education
Emeritus Professor David George Elms Christchurch For services to civil engineering
Dr Francis Patrick Joseph Farry Queenstown For services to rural medicine
Lester Campbell Flockton Dunedin For services to education and pipe bands
Margaret Foster Christchurch For services to sport, in particular netball
Che Fu Auckland For services to music[14]
John William Gilks Wanaka For services to business and the community
Frank Derrington Godbert Kerikeri For services to yachting
Ronald Noel Harries Wellington For services to soccer
Peter John Harris Huntly For services to local body affairs and rugby
Margaret Anne Ruwaioterangi Hiha Napier For services to sport
Dr Cheung-Tak Hung Dunedin For services to philanthropy and the Chinese community
Dr Richard John Isaacs Palmerston North For services to oncology
Lauraine Annette Jacobs Auckland For services to the food industry
Ian Laurie Keats Masterton For services to shearing
John (Hone) Vivian Kouka Paekakariki For services to contemporary Maori theatre
Leslie Thomas Lunny Wanganui For services to touch rugby
Joseph Te Poroa Malcolm Rotorua For services to Maori
Ross Shepley Miller Kaitaia For services to the community
John Brian Mooney Urenui For services to the dairy industry
John Francis MacLean Morrison Wellington For services to cricket and the community
Roshan Lal Nauhria Auckland For services to business and the community
Senior Constable Daniel Francis O'Connell Wellington For services to the New Zealand Police
Robin Moncrieff Oliver Wellington For services to the Department of Inland Revenue[15]
Kevin John O'Sullivan Palmerston North For services to the Anglican Church and the community
Haydn John Rawstron Kent, UK For services to New Zealand interests in the United Kingdom
Puahaere Rutene Huntly For services to Maori and netball
Paula Ann Ryan Auckland For services to fashion
Rosalie Mary Sampson Karamea For services to conservation and the community
Le'autuli'ilagi Taotua Malaeta Fa'asapisapi Sauvao Porirua For services to the Samoan community and the community
Graeme Barry Sinclair Auckland For services to television
Farib Sos Wellington For services to international relations
Allan Murdoch Spence Auckland For services to law and the community
David Thomas Steele Waimauku For services to local body affairs and the community[18]
Ian Hardy Symonds Waikanae For services to the community
Ngarau Tarawa Taumarunui For services to Maori and community education
Te Whetu Werohia Tipiwai Napier For services to Maori and rugby
Robert Te Ngau-ngau Tukiri Huntly For services to the community
Philippa Jane Ussher Auckland For services to photography
Irene van Dyk Upper Hutt For services to netball
Norman Lawrence Withers Christchurch For services to sport and the community
Jill Mabel Worrall North Shore For services to social work
Robin Wray Auckland For services to the community

Queen's Service Order (QSO)[edit]

Bruce Alexander Aitken Dunedin For services to education and music
Valerie Jeanette Burns Lower Hutt For services to early childhood education
William John Clarke Gisborne For services to local body affairs and the community
Te Uira Graham Kerehoma Levin For services to Maori and the community
Ian Montgomery Grant Auckland For services to youth and parenting[19]
Peter James Harrison Auckland For services to education
Emeritus Professor Leslie Charles Holborow Paekakariki For services to education and the community
Hamilton Manaia Pihopa Kingi Rotorua For services to the community
Inez Haereata Kingi Rotorua For services to the community
Jane Kominik Wellington For services to the Ministry for Culture and Heritage
Diana Elizabeth Robinson Christchurch For services to the Child Cancer Foundation
Kaa Kataraina Kathleen Williams Auckland For services to Maori
Additional
Commander Blair Albert Gerritsen North Shore For services to the New Zealand Defence Force

Queen's Service Medal (QSM)[edit]

Charles Michael Aamodt Upper Hutt For services to the community
Stanley John Askew Omapere, Northland For services to the community
Senior Sergeant Ross Alan Barnaby North Shore For services to the New Zealand Police[20]
Derek Quentin Battersby Waitakere For services to local body affairs[21]
Clive Bibby Tolaga Bay For services to the community[22][23]
William Alan Boniface Warkworth For services to the community
Robyn Boswell Whangarei For services to education
Michael Edward Brooke New Plymouth For services to sport and the community
Mervyn Burdge Brown Masterton For services to the community
Murray Carey (New Zealand) Whitianga For services to brass bands and soccer[24]
Shirley May Gwynneth Caspari Hamilton For services to the community[24]
Ian Brackenbury Channell (The Wizard of New Zealand) Christchurch For services to the community
John Hugh Clayton Ikamatua For services to local body affairs and the community
Keith Richard Crate Taupo For services to cycling[24]
Elisabeth May Cunningham Dunedin For services to the community
Graeme Edwin Dabb Auckland For services to the Filipino community
Nguyen Phu Dang Manukau For services to the Vietnamese community[25]
Valerie Myrtle Dell Napier For services to women and the community
Kindra Velvet Douglas Nelson For services to the community
John Dallin Dunlop Napier For services to astronomy and the community
Dr Lorna Christine Te Aroha Dyall Auckland For services to Maori health
James Leslie Eyers Wanganui For services to music and the community
Pamela Jean Fauvel Auckland For services to youth
Lewis Wilson Findlay Palmerston North For services to the community
Angus Finlayson Lower Hutt For services to local body affairs and the community
Brian Gordon Flintoff Nelson For services to taonga puoro
Ian Lex Forrest Auckland For services to the community
Sister Frances Josephine Gibbs Wellington For services to the community
Stephen Godfrey Guard Nelson For services to the maritime industry
Laly Paroane Haddon Wellsford For services to conservation
Olive De Courtenay Hale-Ingram Gisborne For services to the history of New Zealand ceramics
Judy Claris Hanbury Waitakere For services to conservation
Trevor James Hosking Taupo For services to the conservation of historic places[24]
Thomas William Hutchinson Kaikohe Chief Fire Officer, Kaikohe Volunteer Fire Brigade

For services to the New Zealand Fire Service

Desmond Victor Jack Hamilton For services to the community[24]
Ian Dixon (Jim) James Hamilton For services to orchid growing
Roslyn Ann Jerram Opotiki For services to the community
Leslie Clifford Johnston Tuatapere For services to the community
Christine Jennifer King Manurewa For services to the community[25]
Au'Birthly Kingi Manukau For services to the Pacific Islands community[25]
Ernest Bongard Kirk Manukau For services to local body affairs and the community[25]
Naomi Diane Kirk Manukau For services to the community[25]
John Alan Lancashire Paraparaumu For services to conservation
David Hartley Lind Tauranga For services to conservation and the community
Carl Ernest Lutz Otaki For services to the community
Sally Geraldine Macauley Kaikohe For services to local body affairs and the community
Russell Frank Mackereth Orewa Chief Fire Officer, Silverdale Volunteer Fire Brigade

For services to the New Zealand Fire Service

Sandra Elizabeth Maclean Takanini For services to senior citizens and the community
Lindsay Rihari Waitara MacLeod New Plymouth For services to Maori
Kenneth George McKay North Shore For services to education and the community
Peter McMillan Christchurch For services to the community
Alec McNab Wanganui For services to sport
Eamon Mark Molloy Christchurch For services to the ethnic community
Kevyn Douglas Moore Napier For services to business and the community
Margaret Elizabeth Morton Seddon For services to Guiding
Emare Emily Rose Nikora Tokoroa For services to Maori
Mildred Noakes Auckland For services to the community
Richard Anthony Nunns Nelson For services to taonga puoro
Lindsay Gordon Paku Hastings For services to Maori and Maori youth
Robert Peter Greenwood Parr Cambridge For services to the community[24]
Solomon Neil Purcell Havelock North For services to martial arts
The Reverend Canon Donald Morris Rangi Wellington For services to the Treasury
Julie Te Turi Ranginui Wanganui For services to Maori
Robert Brunswick Robertson Queenstown Chief Fire Officer, Queenstown Volunteer Brigade

For services to the community

Mele 'Ilaisipa Robson Blenheim For services to the Pacific Islands community and the community
Shirley Joan Rudkin Christchurch For services to the community
Paul Aaron Sampson Rotorua Lately Principal Rural Fire Officer

For services to the New Zealand Fire Service

Richard Lyal Stark Gore For services to the community
Ellen Marion Sartori Stevenson Hastings For services to kindergarten administration
Wanda Tate Porirua For services to conservation
Constable Bryan Emlyn Ward Auckland For services to the New Zealand Police[25]
Monica Hannah Mihingarangi Watson Hastings For services to Maori
James Taui Himiona Wetere Hamilton For services to the community[24]
Raymund Williams Tauranga For services to the community
Leslie Charles Winslade Taupo For services to the community[24]

New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration[edit]

Warrant Officer Electronic Warfare Specialist Thomas Michael Allen Porirua For services to the New Zealand Defence Force
Major Robert William Gillies Upper Hutt For services to the New Zealand Defence Force
Acting Warrant Officer Master at Arms Shirley Anne Patton North Shore For services to the New Zealand Defence Force
Major Simon John Caulfield Strombom Porirua For services to the New Zealand Defence Force[26]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ The Bahamas:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59091. pp. 31–32. 12 June 2009.
  5. ^ Grenada:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59092. pp. 33–34. 12 June 2009.
  6. ^ Papua New Guinea:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59093. pp. 35–36. 12 June 2009.
  7. ^ Solomon Islands:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59094. pp. 37–38. 12 June 2009.
  8. ^ Tuvalu:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59095. pp. 39–40. 12 June 2009.
  9. ^ Saint Lucia:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59096. pp. 41–42. 12 June 2009.
  10. ^ Antigua and Barbuda:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59098. pp. 45–46. 12 June 2009.
  11. ^ Belize:The London Gazette: (Supplement) no. 59097. pp. 43–44. 12 June 2009.
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