Queen's Birthday Honours - part 1

NZ ORDER OF MERIT

Distinguished Companions

Patricia Mary Harrison QSO, Dunedin. For services to education and the community.

John Steele Henry, QC, Auckland. For services as a Judge of the Court of Appeal.

Dr David Henry Lewis, Auckland. For services to yachting and exploration.

Sister Pauline Margaret O'Regan CBE, Christchurch. For services to education and the community.

Dr Ranginui Joseph Isaac Walker, Auckland. For services to Maori.

Companions

The Most Rev Denis George Browne, Hamilton. For services to the community.

Judy Coralyn Sylvia Callingham, Auckland. For services to drama.

Dr Shirley Joan Chapple, Auckland. For services to medicine and the community.

Emeritus Professor John Dunmore, JP, Auckland. For services to literature and historical research.

Audrey Lily Eagle, Dunedin. For services to botanical art.

Emeritus Professor Sir Raymond William Firth, London. For services to anthropology.

Margaret Mary Hutchison, Wellington. For services to women and the community.

Norman William Kingsbury, JP, Hamilton. For services to education.

Emeritus Professor George Alexander Knox MBE, Christchurch. For services to ecology and biological science.

Gary Albert Paykel, Auckland. For services to manufacturing and the community.

Dr Merimeri Penfold, Auckland. For services to Maori.

Hapimana Toby Rikihana, Christchurch. For services to education.

Emeritus Professor William Edward Willmott, Christchurch. For services to NZ-China relations.

Officers

Dr David Maxwell O'Neill Becroft, Auckland. For services to medicine.

William David Benjamin, JP, Westport. For services to local body and community affairs.

Peter Wilson Boag, Wellington. For public and community services.

Michael Shane Campbell, Porirua. For services to golf.

Dr Karen Mary Cooper, Hastings. For services to science.

Dr Lawrence James Croxson, Turangi. For services to dental health.

Michael Patrick Doolan, Winchester, UK. For services to social welfare.

Robert Leslie Field, Feilding. For services to the motor industry.

Paul Fitzharris, Waitati, Otago. Lately Assistant Commissioner of Police, NZ Police.

Dr Brian Edgar Goulden, Palmerston North. For services to the equine industry.

Eleanor Ann Hawthorn, Pukekohe. For services to pharmacy and the community.

Elizabeth Hawthorne, Auckland. For services to the theatre.

Robyn Mary Hunt (Mrs Bell), JP, Wellington. For services to people with disabilities.

Dr Austin Vernon Mitchell, London. For services to NZ interests in the United Kingdom.

Stanley Arthur Palmer, Auckland. For services to fine art.

Ann Robinson, Auckland. For services to glass art.

Elizabeth Anne Rowse (Mrs Anne Sudell), Wellington. For services to ballet and dance.

Catherine Rosaleen Saunders, Auckland. For services to broadcasting and the community.

Peter Charles Sinclair, Auckland. For services to broadcasting.

Ralph Allan Stockdill, Wellington. For services to employment relations.

John Douglas Storey, Te Awamutu. For services to the dairy industry.

Duncan Wishart Taylor, JP, Oamaru. For services to local government.

Michael Anthony Walsh, Lower Hutt. For services to softball.

Susan Accushla Wilson, Wellington. For services to the theatre.

NZ Defence Force:

Commodore Alan John Peck, Lower Hutt. Royal NZ Navy.

Warrant Officer Class One Hohaia Charles Collier, Paraparaumu. Royal NZ Infantry Regiment.

Members

Maureen Rose Aitken, Porirua. For services to the community.

Kerry Ayling Ashby, Manukau. For services to rowing.

William David Baillie, Auckland. For services to athletics.

Richard Peter Bentley, Manukau. For services to the community.

Dr Katharine Helen Campbell Bowden, Whangarei. 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, JP, Wellington. For services to the Chinese community.

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 Fire Service and the community.

Yvonne Dufaur, Auckland. For services to volunteer management.

Carroll Elizabeth Finlayson, JP, 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.

Mary Frances Haughey, Christchurch. For services to the community.

Murray John Henshall, Auckland. For services to mental health.

Galumalemana Alfred Hunkin, Wellington. For services to the Pacific Islands community.

Cecil Henry Irwin, JP, Dunedin. For services to education.

Bruce George Kilmister, Auckland. For services to the community.

Terrence Edward King, JP, Invercargill. For services to the community.

Jadwiga Lendnal, Wellington. For services to the Polish community.

Andrew Roy Leslie, JP, Lower Hutt. For services to rugby.

Daniel Samuel Lewis, JP, Victoria, Australia. For services to the community.

Graham James Lindsay, JP, Blenheim. For services to economic development.

Suzanne Joy Lynch, Auckland. For services to entertainment.

Edith Jessie McGimpsey, Waimate. For services to the community.

Doris Elizabeth Mehrtens, Hokitika. For services to the community.

Cynthia Ann Mills, JP, Porirua. For services to the community.

Elizabeth (Liz) Ceiridwen Moore (Mrs Lambert), Auckland. For services to education.

James Moriarty, 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.

Diana Rae Parsons, Christchurch. For services to music and the community.

Linda Pearson, Auckland. For services to community health.

John Charles Perriam, Cromwell. For services to the wool industry.

Edith Rae, Whakatane. For services to the community.

Karl Robinson, Auckland. For services to welfare work.

Patrick Bernard Robinson, JP, Hokianga. 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.

Dr John Warham, Christchurch. For services to ornithology.

Apo Henarata Te Huia Wawatai, Tikitiki, East Coast. For services to the community.

Judith Williams, Wellington. For services to the NZ Portrait Gallery.

Arthur James Wright, Ohinewai. For services to horse trials.

NZ Defence Force:

Warrant Officer Seaman Reece Stuart Golding, Lower Hutt. Royal NZ Navy.

Warrant Officer Marine Technician James Donald Hayes, Auckland. Royal NZ Navy (retired).

Additional Officers:

Colonel Martin John Angus Dransfield, Christchurch. Colonels' List, NZ Army.

Wing Commander Russell Graeme Pirihi, Auckland. Royal NZ Air Force.

Additional members:

Major Andrew Carson Dunn, Christchurch. Royal NZ Army Medical Corps.

Flight Sergeant Peter Alexander Wilson, Auckland. Royal NZ Air Force.

Staff Sergeant Alan Bruce Marriott, Christchurch. The Corps of Royal NZ Engineers.

Corporal Mark Anderson, Palmerston North. Corps of Royal NZ Military Police.

Part 2: Queen's Service Order and Queen's Service Medal

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