Queen's Birthday Honours 2001 was announced on 16 June 2001 for the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland  ), New Zealand (4 June),  Australia (11 June),  Barbados,  Bahamas,  Grenada,  Papua New Guinea,  Solomon Islands,  Tuvalu,  Saint Lucia,  Saint Vincent and The Grenadines,  Belize  and Saint Christopher and Nevis  on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday. 
Recipients of honours are displayed as they were styled before their new honour. They are arranged by the country whose ministers advised
The Queen on the appointments, honour, degree and where appropriate by division (i.e. Civil and Military). The Order of Precedence is determined by each individual realm
United Kingdom [ edit ]
George Sayers Bain, President and Vice Chancellor, The Queen’s University of Belfast. For services to Higher Education and to the Low Pay Commission. Professor
Anthony Edward Bottoms, Criminologist. For services to the Criminal Justice System. Percy James Butler, C.B.E., D.L. For charitable services, especially in Hampshire.
Neil Robert Chalmers, Director, The Natural History Museum. For services to Museums.
William Frederick Cotton, C.B.E., Chairman, Meridian Broadcasting. For services to Television Broadcasting and to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Donald Thomas Younger Curry, C.B.E., Chairman, Meat and Livestock Commission. For services to the Meat and Livestock Industries. Graham Martin Doughty, Leader,
Derbyshire County Council. For services to Local Government. Joseph Anthony Dwyer, President,
Institution of Civil Engineers. For services to Liverpool Vision.
Terence (Terry) Farrell, C.B.E., Architect. For services to Architecture and Urban Design.
James Galway, O.B.E. For services to music.
Christopher Charles Gent, Chief Executive, Vodafone Group plc. For services to the Mobile Telecommunications Industry. Professor
Robert Brian Heap, C.B.E., F.R.S. For services to Reproductive Biology and to International Science. Peter James Denton Job, Chief Executive,
Reuters plc. For services to the Information and Media Industry. Professor
John Andrew Likierman, Managing Director, Financial Management, Reporting and Audit, H.M. Treasury.
Michael Nicholson Lord, Second Deputy Chairman of Ways and Means and a Deputy Speaker. For services to Parliament.
Frank Budge Lowe. For services to the Advertising Industry and for charitable services. Professor
Donald Neil MacCormick, M.E.P., Q.C., Regius Professor of Public Law, University of Edinburgh. For services to Scholarship in Law.
Terence Hedley Matthews, O.B.E. For services to Industry and to Wales. Ian Mills, lately Regional Chairman,
NHS Executive, London Regional Office. For services to the NHS. Robert Ogden, C.B.E., Chairman,
Ogden Group of Companies. For charitable services in Yorkshire. Keith Povey, Q.P.M.,
H.M. Inspector of Constabulary. For services to the Police.
Kevin Joseph Satchwell, Headteacher, Thomas Telford School, Shropshire. For services to Education.
John Young Stewart, O.B.E. For services to Motor Racing.
Peter Vardy, Chairman, Reg Vardy plc. For services to Business and to Education in North East England. Robert Brian Williamson, C.B.E., Chairman,
LIFFE. For services to the Financial Services Industry. Professor
Alan Geoffrey Wilson, Vice Chancellor, University of Leeds. For services to Higher Education.
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB) [ edit ]
William Robert McKay, C.B., Clerk of the House of Commons.
Nicholas Lionel John Montagu, C.B., Chairman, H.M. Board of Inland Revenue. Lieutenant General
Anthony David Pigott, C.B.E., late Corps of Royal Engineers.
Joseph Grant Pilling, C.B., Permanent Secretary, Northern Ireland Office.
Muir Russell, Permanent Secretary, Scottish Executive. Vice Admiral
Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB) [ edit ]
Jeremy Michael de Halpert. Rear Admiral
Iain Robert Henderson, C.B.E. Major General Liam Diarmuid Curran, late Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Major General Archibald Peter Neil Currie, late Royal Regiment of Artillery.
Major General Ashley Ernest George Truluck, C.B.E. (486759), late Royal Corps of Signals.
The Venerable The Archdeacon Anthony Peter Bishop, Q.H.C., Royal Air Force.
Thomas William Rimmer, O.B.E., Royal Air Force.
John Frederick Ballard, Director, Water and Land, Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions.
Colin Victor Balmer, Principal Finance Officer, Ministry of Defence.
Miss Philippa Catherine Drew, Director, Education, Training, Arts and Sport, Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Peter David Ewins, Chief Executive, Meteorological Office, Ministry of Defence.
David Clive Gowdy. For public service.
Michael Stephen Dreese Granatt, Head, Government Information and Communication Service, Cabinet Office. Neil Stuart McKay, Chief Operating Officer, Department of Health.
Andrew Christie Normand, Crown Agent, Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service, Scottish Executive.
Peter Ray. Senior Civil Servant, Ministry of Defence.
David Maxwell Salisbury, Principal Medical Officer, Department of Health.
Stephen Wynn Boys Smith, Director General, Immigration and Nationality Directorate, Home Office.
Anita, Mrs Straker, O.B.E., Director, Key Stage 3 Strategy, Department for Education and Employment.
John McMaster Samuel Hugh Glenn Thompson, Director General, Northern Ireland Court Service, a Department of the Lord Chancellor.
Gerald David Wynn, Director of Operations, GCHQ.
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG) [ edit ]
Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG) [ edit ]
Graham Hugh Boyce, C.M.G., H.M. Ambassador, Cairo.
Richard Billing Dearlove, O.B.E., Chief, Secret Intelligence Service.
David Geoffrey Manning, C.M.G., Permanent Representative, UKDel, NATO.
Nicholas Vernon Scheele. For services to British Motor Exports.
Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) [ edit ]
Anthony John Abbott, O.B.E., Governor, Montserrat. Professor
Michael Parker Banton, UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Paul Michael Barrett, O.B.E. For services to
SmithKline Beecham and to Export. Stuart Armitage Brooks, O.B.E., Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Edward Paul Ronald Cautley. For services to British Business Interests Overseas.
David John Hall, Deputy Chief Executive, British Trade International.
Anthony Hamilton Millard Kirk-Greene, M.B.E. For services to the History of Africa.
David Charles Hartridge, lately Director, Services Division, World Trade Organisation. For services to International Trade.
John Andrew Patrick Hill, C.B.E. For services to British Trade Overseas.
Peter Lawrence Hunt, lately H.M. Consul-General, Istanbul.
Gerard Anthony Lemos. For services to the British Council.
Peter Longworth, British High Commissioner, Harare.
Miss Kaye Wight Oliver, O.B.E., British High Commissioner, Maseru.
Jonathan Dermot Spence. For services to the Study of Modern China.
Charles Richard Vernon Stagg, H.M. Ambassador, Sofia.
Selwyn Charles Cornelius Wheeler. For services to Broadcasting and Journalism Overseas.
Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order (GCVO) [ edit ]
Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO) [ edit ]
Hugh Ashley Roberts, C.V.O., Director of the Royal Collection and Surveyor of The Queen’s Works of Art.
Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO) [ edit ]
The Reverend Professor Peter William Brunt, lately Physician to The Queen in Scotland.
Graham, Baron Kirkham, Chairman, Joint Funding Board, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, and Trustee, Outward Bound Trust.
Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO) [ edit ]
The Honourable Peter Macleod Benson, lately Auditor, Ascot Authority.
Dr William Ronald Davey, lately Physician to The Queen.
William Peter Dwerryhouse. For Personal Services.
Dr Douglas James Allan Glass, Apothecary to the Household at Balmoral.
Mary, The Lady Nicholas Gordon Lennox, Lady in Waiting to Princess Alexandra, the Honourable Lady Ogilvy.
Ian Donald McGregor, Assistant Keeper of the Privy Purse.
Juliette Mary, Mrs Woolley, Director of Fundraising, The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.
Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO) [ edit ]
Nicholas Stewart Archer, lately Assistant Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales.
Martin David Clayton, Assistant Curator, Print Room, Royal Library, Windsor Castle.
Colonel David Wallace Cooper (Retired), lately Director of The Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust.
Sergeant Robert Fulton, Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
James Leonard Jackson, R.V.M.*, Armourer, Royal Collection.
John Hywel James, lately Volunteer, The Prince’s Trust.
Miss Sarah Suttor Key, Physiotherapist.
Colin Francis McIntosh, President, Braemar Royal Highland Society.
Miss Joy Margaret Quested-Nowell, Milliner to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Stephen Martin Pocklington, Head Teacher, Sandringham and West Newton School.
Sergeant Paul Adrian Ronald Ridout, Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
Alan Peter Ryan, Assistant Property Manager, Buckingham Palace.
Sergeant James Leonard Scottow, lately Royalty Protection Department, Metropolitan Police.
Miss Mavis Gillian Shepheard, Assistant Clerk, Oxfordshire Lieutenancy.
John Gordon (Jack) Sinclair, lately Bandleader.
Miss Rosemarie Lynn Tart, Assistant Housekeeper, Buckingham Palace.
Miss Angela Jane Wise, Personal Assistant to the Deputy Secretary, Duchy of Cornwall.
Royal Victorian Medal (Gold) [ edit ]
Edward Andrew Dodd, R.V.M., lately Gatekeeper, Balmoral Castle.
Michael Christopher Martin Sealey, R.V.M.*, Chef to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
William John Stephenson Tallon, R.V.M.*, Steward to Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.
Bar to the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver) [ edit ]
Raymond Allington, R.V.M., Forestry Foreman, Sandringham Estate.
Frederick George Benefer, R.V.M., Fruit Farm Manager, Sandringham Estate.
Peter Colin Farrow, R.V.M., Lorry Driver, Sandringham Estate.
Trevor Mace, R.V.M., Plumber, Sandringham Estate.
Royal Victorian Medal (Silver) [ edit ]
George Benjamin Bell, Foreman, Property Section, Windsor Castle.
John Reginald Clist, lately Parks Worker, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Neil Cook, Ranger, Balmoral Estate.
George William Cross, Craftsman Fitter, Crown Estate, Windsor.
James Cecil Hadden, Principal Dresser to the Knights of the Thistle.
George Herbert Laming, Carpenter, Crown Estate, Windsor.
Allan David Masson, Mechanic, Balmoral Estate.
Robert David McLean, Caretaker, Duchy of Lancaster, Cockfosters.
Gordon Monteith, lately Gardener, Balmoral Estate.
Patrick Shovelin, lately Liveried Messenger, St James’s Palace.
William John Sim, Farm Grieve, Balmoral Estate.
Dennis Tomlin, lately Yeoman Bed Goer, The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
George Duncan Watt, Gamekeeper, Balmoral Estate.
Sir Colin Rex Davis, C.B.E., Principal Conductor, London Symphony Orchestra. For services to Music.
Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) [ edit ]
Professor Ingrid Victoria Allen (Mrs Barnes Thompson), C.B.E., D.L. For services to Medical Research.
Miss Eileen Atkins (Mrs Shepherd), C.B.E., Actress and Writer. For services to Drama. Wendy Patricia, Mrs Davies, Headteacher,
Selly Park Technology College for Girls, Birmingham. For services to Education. Karlene Cecile, Mrs Davis, General Secretary,
Royal College of Midwives. For services to Midwifery and to the NHS. Professor
Julia Stretton Higgins, C.B.E., F.R.S., Professor of Polymer Science, Imperial College London. For services to Science.
Miss Sheila Marshall McKechnie, O.B.E., Director, Consumers’ Association. For services to Consumers. Professor
Lesley Howard Rees, Director of Education, Royal College of Physicians. For services to Medical Education.
Dela, Mrs Smith, Headteacher, Beaumont Hill Special School, Darlington. For services to Education for Children with Special Educational Needs. Professor
Ann Marilyn Strathern, William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge. For services to Social Anthropology.
Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE) [ edit ]
The Honourable Dr Howard Archibald Fergus, C.B.E., Former Speaker, Legislative Council, Montserrat.
Air Marshal Roderick Harvey Goodall, C.B., C.B.E., A.F.C.*, Royal Air Force.
Jeffrey Russell James, C.M.G., British High Commissioner, Nairobi.
Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) [ edit ]
New Zealand [ edit ]
The Queen's Birthday Honours 2001 for New Zealand was published by the
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet on 4 June 2001. 
The New Zealand Order of Merit [ edit ]
The Queen has been pleased, on the occasion of the New Zealand celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday, to approve the following appointments to The New Zealand Order of Merit
Distinguished Companion (DCNZM) [ edit ]
Companion (CNZM) [ edit ]
Officer (ONZM) [ edit ]
New Zealand Defence Force
Commodore Alan John Peck
Lower Hutt Royal New Zealand Navy.
Warrant Officer Class One Hohaia Charles Collier
Paraparaumu Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment.
Officer (ONZM) - Additional [ edit ]
Member (MNZM) [ edit ]
Mrs Maureen Rose Aitken
Plimmerton For services to the community.
Kerry Ayling Ashby
Manukau City For services to rowing.
William David Baillie
Auckland For services to athletics.
Richard Peter Bentley
Manukau City For services to the community.
Dr Katharine Helen Campbell Bowden
For services to public health and the community.
Philip Douglas Broadhurst
Auckland For services to jazz music.
Graham Read Burgess
Auckland For services to cricket.
Kenneth Soo Keung Chan
Wellington For services to the Chinese community.
Mrs Wilma Coppins
Auckland For services to the community.
Jesse Maisey Crutchley
Ranfurly, Central Otago For services to farming, local bodies and the community.
Patrick John Davidsen
Nelson Chief Fire Officer, Stoke Volunteer Fire Brigade. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service and the community.
Mrs Yvonne Dufaur
Auckland For services to volunteer management.
Mrs Carroll Elizabeth Finlayson
Pokeno For services to the community.
Trevor Richard Duncan Flint
Christchurch For services to table tennis.
Dr Ross Clifton Gordon
Stratford For services to the community.
Mrs Mary Frances Haughey
Christchurch For services to the community.
Murray John Henshall
Auckland For services to mental health.
Galumalemana Alfred Hunkin
Tawa, Wellington For services to the Pacific Islands community.
Cecil Henry Irwin
Dunedin For services to education.
Bruce George Kilmister
Auckland For services to the community.
Terrence Edward King
Invercargill For services to the community.
Mrs Jadwiga Lendnal
Wellington For services to the Polish community.
Andrew Roy Leslie
Petone For services to rugby.
Daniel Samuel Lewis
Wellington and now of Caulfield, Victoria, Australia For services to the community.
Graham James Lindsay
Blenheim For services to economic development.
Suzanne Joy Lynch
Auckland For services to entertainment.
Mrs Edith Jessie McGimpsey
Waimate, South Canterbury
For services to the community.
Mrs Doris Elizabeth Mehrtens
Hokitika For services to the community.
Mrs Cynthia Ann Mills
Porirua For services to the community.
Ms Elizabeth (Liz) Ceiridwen Moore (Mrs Lambert)
Auckland For services to education.
Wellington For services to drama.
Shirley Erena Murray
Raumati For services as a hymn writer.
Cyril Te Hiringanuku Ngamane
Thames For services to the community.
Associate Professor Angela Rosalind Creighton Pack
Dunedin For services to dentistry.
Mrs Diana Rae Parsons
Christchurch For services to music and the community.
Ms Linda Pearson
Auckland For services to community health.
John Charles Perriam
Cromwell, Central Otago For services to the wool industry.
Mrs Edith Rae
Whakatane For services to the community.
Auckland For services to welfare work.
Patrick Bernard Robinson
Rawene For services to local government and the community.
John Leonard Schwabe
Palmerston North For services to music.
Henry John Stace
Picton For services to marine heritage and local body affairs.
Alan Reynal Stevens
Lower Hutt For services to athletics.
Maureen Te Rangi Rere I Waho Waaka
Rotorua For services to tourism and the community.
Christchurch For services to ornithology.
Mrs Apo Henarata Te Huia Wawatai
Tikitiki, East Coast For services to the community.
Mrs Judith Williams
Wellington For services to the New Zealand Portrait Gallery.
New Zealand Defence Force
Arthur James Wright
For services to horse trials.
Warrant Officer Seaman Reece Stuart Golding
Royal New Zealand Navy
Warrant Officer Marine Technician (Propulsion) James Donald Hayes
Royal New Zealand
Member (MNZM) - Additional [ edit ]
Major Andrew Carson Dunn
Royal New Zealand Army Medical Corps
Flight Sergeant Peter Alexander Wilson
Royal New Zealand Air Force
Staff Sergeant Alan Bruce Marriott
The Corps Royal New Zealand Engineers
Corporal Mark Anderson
Corps Royal New Zealand Military Police
Queen's Service Order (QSO) [ edit ]
Queen's Service Medal (QSM) [ edit ]
For Public Services
Ashley George Bell
Graham John Bell
Rotorua Detective Inspector, New Zealand Police.
John Patrick Cyril Blumsky
Alexander Maurice Clarke
Trevor Vincent Collings
Mrs Beryl Joy Doyle
John Douglas Walter Gadsby
Hastings Fire Force Commander, Hastings District Council Rural Fire Authority.
Mrs Pamela Maureen Garbes
Mrs (Doreen) Ruth Hammond
John William Hull
Mrs Pamela Jamieson
Gordon David Kirk
Frank William Leadley
William Charles Nicholl MacLean
Johnsonville Lately, Station Commander, Johnsonville Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service
Norman Charles McIntosh
Hamilton Senior Constable, New Zealand Police.
Keith Leslie McKenzie
Ms Davida Morehu Mita
Ms Dawne Muriel Morton
Warren Keith Oliver
Volunteer Fireman, Ikamatua Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
Alexander Bruce Ott
Wayne Ingoa Panapa
Hamilton Senior Constable, New Zealand Police.
David Harold Parker
Mrs Judith Ngaire Maud Pickard
Nicholas John Pupich
Blackball, Westland Senior Station Officer, Ikamatua Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service.
Alison Marie Quigan
Ralph Ian Rayner
Lance Andrew Rollo
Wainuiomata Constable, New Zealand Police.
Mrs Yvonne Gladys Saville
Manu Robert Alan Tawhai
Jack Trevor Van Dyk
Michael Paul Walsh
North Shore City Constable, New Zealand Police.
Francis William Woodward
References [ edit ]