13/06/2005

The 2005 Birthday Honours List for Northern Ireland

The full list of recipients of honours in the 2005 Birthday Honours list for Northern Ireland is as follows:



Knighthood:

Mr Hugh Orde OBE, Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland - for services to Northern Ireland.



CBE:

Mr Robert David Stewart Campbell, Belfast - For Political and public service.

Mr Timothy David Dobbin, Belfast - Chief Executive, United Dairy Farmers Ltd and Chair, Confederation of British Industry, Northern Ireland. For services to Agri-Food and Packaging Industries.

Mrs Judith Mary Eve OBE, Belfast - For public service.

Mr John Kelly, Belfast - For public service.

Mr Arthur (Bro) McFerran, Carrickfergus - Managing Director, Northbrook Technology. For services to the IT Industry in Northern Ireland.

Dr Sydney Millar MBE, Ballymena - Chair, World International Rugby Board. For services to Sport.

Dr Anthony Terence Quincy Stewart, Belfast - Historian. For services to Irish History.



OBE

Mr Albert Glen Barr, Londonderry - Chief Executive, Maydown Ebrington Group. For services to the community in Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

Mr William Bradshaw Bell JP, Lisburn - For services to Local Government in Northern Ireland.

Mr Norman Campbell, Belfast - Associate Specialist, Dental Surgery, Belfast City Hospital. For services to Dentistry.

Mr William James Keith, Belfast - Principal, Boys' Model School, Belfast. For services to Education.

Mr Francis Kenneth Ledgerwood, Newtownards - Chief Industrial Pollution and Radiochemical Inspector, Environment and Heritage Service, Department of the Environment, Northern Ireland.

Mr Harry McConnell, Hillsborough - Commissioner, Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. For services to Disabled People and to Equal Opportunities.

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Qua, Antrim - Principal Nurse, Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety.

Dr Audrey Simpson, Newtownabbey - Director, Family Planning Association in Northern Ireland. For services to Healthcare in Northern Ireland.



MBE:

Mr Dennis Bell, Driver, Mobile Training Unit, East Antrim Institute of Further and Higher Education. For services to Further Education. (Belfast).

Mrs Margaret Cherry, lately Accounts Officer, Armagh Observatory. For services to Astronomy. (Armagh).

Mr Raymond Connery, Head of Technical Support. Northern Ireland Prison Service. (Bangor).

Mr Derek John Ewing, for public service. (Belfast).

Mr Wilson George Fawcett, for services to Health and Safety in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey).

Mr Thomas David Gilmour for services to Sport in Northern Ireland. (Belfast).

Mrs Margaret Jean Elizabeth Gregg, for services to the community in Glarryford, County Antrim. (Cloughmills).

Mr Joseph Nelson Herald, Chief Clerk, Translink. For services to Public Transport in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey).

Mr Andrew William Horne, Network Support Manager, Caledonian MacBrayne. For services to the community on Rathlin Island. (Ayrshire, Scotland).

Mr Charles Douglas Hudson JP, for services to the community in Irvinestown, County Fermanagh. (Irvinestown).

Mr David Hunter, President, 113th Belfast Boys' Brigade Company. For services to Young People. (Belfast).

Miss Olive Victoria Lyons, Staff Officer, Personnel Division, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. (Belfast).

Mr David Magill, Chair, Glengormley Support Group, Chest Heart and Stroke Association. For services to the community in Belfast. (Belfast).

Mr Gerry Maguire, Chair, Fermanagh Access and Mobility Group. For services to Disabled People in Northern Ireland. (Enniskillen),

Mr William Jonathan McAuley, for public service. (Belfast).

Mr William James McClure, Councillor, Coleraine Borough Council. For services to Local Government in Northern Ireland. (Coleraine).

Mrs Wilma Maureen McCreary, for services to Deaf Education in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey).

Mr Thomas Bernard McGill, Committee Member, North and West Housing Ltd., for services to Social Housing in Northern Ireland. (Londonderry).

Mr Richard John Mealey, for public service. (Belfast).

Miss Mary Elizabeth Jean Meharg, Chair, Bangor Abbeyfield Society. For services to Elderly People in County Down. (Bangor).

Mr Robert Graham Moore TD, Excise Manager, HM Customs and Excise. (Newtownards).

Mrs Yvonne Murdoch, for services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Lisburn).

Mrs Agnes Neeson, for services to the Northern Ireland Hospice. (Newtownabbey).

Mr John Norris, Councillor, Castlereagh Borough Council. For services to Local Government in Northern Ireland. (Belfast).

Mr Patrick O'Loughlin, for services to the community in Northern Ireland. (Castlederg).

Mr Robert Andrew Pollock, Lately Secretary, Tyrone Farming Society. For services to Agriculture in Northern Ireland. (Omagh).

Ms Vera Ravenhill, for services to the Army Cadet Force. (Coleraine).

Mrs Daphne Scroggie, Librarian. For services to the Prison Service and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Armagh).

Mr Suneil Sharma, Secretary, Indian Community Centre and Independent Member, Northern Ireland Policing Board. For services to Minority Ethnic Communities in Northern Ireland. (Belfast).

Mr Gary Smyth, Honours Secretary, Northern Ireland Executive. (Newtownabbey).

Mrs Lila Swaile, Member, Mid Ulster Committee Northern Ireland Leukaemia Research Fund. For services to people with Leukaemia. (Cookstown).

Mrs Elvira Tulip, Vice-Chair, Lagan Valley Regional Park Committee. For services to Nature Conservation and to the community in Northern Ireland. (Drumbeg).

Mr George Alexander Walker. Maintenance Assistant, Oaklee Housing Association Limited. For services to Social Housing in Northern Ireland. (Dundonald).

Mrs Julie Lindsay-White, for public service (Belfast).

Mr Raymond Eric Wright. Director, Roe Valley Enterprises. For services to Rural Development in Northern Ireland. (Limavady).



Queen’s Police Medal:

Mr George Alexander Evans Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland, Belfast.

Mr Paul Leighton, Deputy Chief Constable, Police Service of Northern Ireland, Belfast.

Mr Robert Montgomery Robinson, Chief Superintendent. Police Service of Northern Ireland, Belfast.

(SP)

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