King's Birthday Honours: NI recipients

King's Birthday Honours: Full list of Northern Ireland recipients22 hours ago SharePA Bronagh Hinds said it was a great privilege to be nominatedBBC News NI has pulled together a full list of the Northern Ireland recipients of the King's Birthday Honours list. The commonly awarded ranks are as follows: Companion of Honour - Limited to 65 people. Recipients wear the initials CH after their name Knight or Dame CBE - Commander of the Order of the British Empire OBE - Officer of the Order of the British Empire MBE - Member of the Order of the British Empire BEM - British Empire Medal Guide to the honoursCommanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) Robert Bailie OBE; for services to the economy and to opera in Northern Ireland Norman Fulton, deputy secretary of Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs; for services to agriculture in Northern Ireland Bronagh Hinds, co-founder of Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition; for services to peace and promoting women’s rightsPA Prof Donna Fitzsimons described the honour as amazingOfficers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) David Cunningham, National Crime Agency officer; for services to law enforcement Ronald Joseph Dawson; for services to fundraising and to charity in Northern Ireland and abroad Prof Donna Fitzsimons, head of School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen's University Belfast; for services to healthcare and to education David Marshall, director of Census, Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (Nisra); for services to official statistics and census taking in Northern Ireland James McAlee, consultant clinical oncologist at Northern Ireland Cancer Centre; for services to cancer care and treatment in Northern Ireland Paul McGurnaghan, state director of digital services at Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA); for services to information technology and digital innovation Dr John McKeown, veterinary surgeon; for services to the veterinary profession Prof Noel Purdy, director of Research and Scholarship at Stranmillis University College, Belfast; for services to education Joy Scott, chair of Clanmil Housing Association; for services to social housing in Northern Ireland Karen Turner, leader of Traveller Education Support and Asylum Seeker and Refugee Support at Education Authority; for services to education, to minority ethnic support services in Northern Ireland and to speech and dramaPA Mairtin Mac Gabhann said it "was not an easy decision” to accept becoming an MBEMembers of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) Jeremy Adams; for services to disability sport Valerie Adams; for services to archives in Northern Ireland William Adamson, Northern Ireland Development Officer at National Sheep Association; for services to the sheep industry Alison Cairns; for services to renal patients and their families within the Western Health and Social Care Trust James Campbell, business support services manager of the Northern Ireland Audit Office; for public service William Carson, founder of the Container Ministry, Irish Methodist Mission Partnership; for services to the community in Northern Ireland and abroad Beverley Roy Corry; for services to athletics Patrick Duffy; for services to Special Olympics sports and to young people, particularly those with learning disabilities in the Newry and District Gateway Club Clodagh Elizabeth Dunlop; for services to stroke survivors and to the reform of stroke services Robert Grundy, former chair of Matrix; for services to science, technology and innovation policy Raymond Hall; for services to pipe bands and to the community in Northern Ireland Mary Hamilton; for services to local government, to education and to cross-community reconciliation in Northern Ireland Catherine Harper; for services to domestic abuse support in Northern Ireland Stephen Harrison, principal of Gilnahirk Primary School, Belfast; for services to education in Northern Ireland James Huey; for services to education and to rugby in Northern Ireland Elaine Hunniford; for services to young people and to safeguarding in sport James Irwin, president of Dungannon and Moy Branch, Royal British Legion; for voluntary service to veterans in Northern Ireland Prof Barbara Jemphrey, director of Institute of Professional Legal Studies, Queen's University Belfast; for services to education David Johnston, state community outreach officer at the Northern Ireland Office; for public and community service in Northern Ireland Prof David Simon Jones, professor, pharmaceutical and biomaterial engineering and lately pro-vice-chancellor at Queen's University Belfast; for services to education and to pharmacy Máirtín Mac Gabhann; for services to organ donation in Northern Ireland John Madden, principal of Roddensvale School, Larne; for services to education and to children with special educational needs John Martin; for services to agriculture and dairy farming in Northern Ireland Dr Patricia McCaffrey, consultant geriatrician at So

June 16, 2024 00:53 UTC

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