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Birthday Honours 2000 Friday, 16 June, 2000, 21:08 GMT 22:08 UK
OBEs: L - Z
Officers of the British Empire were created by King George V in 1917 to reward services in the war effort by civilians.


ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE, CIVIL

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Christopher Maurice Laing, Former chairman, National Playing Fields Association. For services to sport and recreation. (Welwyn, Hertfordshire)
Philip John Lee, Former managing director, British Aerospace Royal Ordnance. For services to the defence industry. (Wetherby, West Yorkshire)
Mrs Leila Lessof, Chairman, Moorfields NHS Hospital Trust. For services to public health. (London, N1)
Michael David Lippold, Chairman of the trustees, Church Floodlighting Project. For services to the Millennium. (Claverdon, Warwickshire)
Barrie Irving Liss, JP Chairman, Re-Solv. For services to the prevention of solvent and volatile substance abuse. (Stafford, Staffordshire)
Miss Sarah Lavinia Langton-Lockton, Chief executive, Centre for Accessible Environments. For services to disabled people. (London, E1)
Michael Logue, For services to juvenile justice. (Belfast, Antrim)
David William Longhurst, Grade 6, Ministry of Defence. (Hindhead, Surrey)
Mrs Catherine MacLeod, Headteacher, Isobel Mair School, Clarkston. For services to special educational needs in East Renfrewshire. (Glasgow)
John Robert Madejski, For services to Reading Football Club and the community in Reading, Berkshire. (Pangbourne, Berkshire)
Rafeek Hosni Mahmood, Medical director, Wirral Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to medical management. (Wirral, Cheshire)
Professor Robert Austin Markus, Emeritus Professor, University of Nottingham. For services to ecclesiastical history. (Beeston, Nottinghamshire)
Professor Alan Marsh, For services to social policy research. (London, NW5)
Nigel Matthews, Group secretary, J Sainsbury plc. For services to food retailing. (Hatfield, Hertfordshire)
Mrs Suzanne Caroline May, Chairman, Transport 2000. For services to public transport. (London, SE10)
Cormick McChord, Chairman, East Region Board, Scottish Environment Protection Agency. For services to environmental protection. (Stirling, Stirling and Falkirk)
William Donn McConnell, For public service.
Professor Barry McCormick, For services to paediatric audiology. (Nottinghamshire)
Frank McGettigan, For services to broadcasting and to training. (South Harrow, Middlesex)
Christopher Halliday McGhie, Chairman, Dumfries and Galloway College. For services to education and to business. (Lockerbie, Dumfries)
Lt Col David Hart McLellan, DL For services to the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Cheshire. (Knutsford, Cheshire)
Miss Lorna Martin McPhail, Police Surgeon, Tayside Police. For services to the Police Surgeon Service. (Gask, Perthshire)
Miss Soulamif Messerer, For services to dance. (London, W14)
Ms Anne Elizabeth Minto, Human resources director, Smiths Industries Plc. For services to the egineering idustry. (London, SW6)
Capt William Edward Morris, RN. For services to the Sea Cadet Corps in South West England. (Sherborne, Dorset)
Lionel Edmund Morrison, Former chairman, Notting Hill Housing Association. For services to the housing sector. (London, NW10)
John Gerald Mulgrew, Director of Education, East Ayrshire Council. For services to education. (Bearsden, Dunbartonshire)
Ulric Adolphus Murray, Inspector, Social Service Inspectorate, Department of Health. (Pontefract, West Yorkshire)
Mrs Joyce Carruthers Nash, Chairman, Barbican Centre Committee. For services to the City of London and to the arts. (London, EC2Y)
Timothy Charles Newell, Governor 1, HM Prison Grendon and Spring Hill, Prison Service, Home Office. (Thame, Oxfordshire)
Nigel Nicholson, MBE President, National Trust Association, Tenterden, Kent. For services to literature and to the historic environment. (Cranbrook, Kent)
Stephanie Mary, Lady North, JP, DL Chairman, Central Probation Council. For services to the rehabilitation of offenders. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Michael Rowan Hamilton John O'Regan, Co-founder, RM plc and member, Learning Region Taskforce. For services to education, training and economic development in South East England. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
David William Ogden, President, Institution of Highways and Transportation. For services to transportation and to the engineering profession. (Greasby, Cheshire)
John Joseph Oliver, Chairman of Governors, Runshaw College, Preston, Lancashire. For services to further education. (Preston, Lancashire)
Mrs Wendy Osborne, For services to volunteering. (Strangford, Down)
Mrs Angela Jane Louise Ould, Former regional director, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (Bath, Somerset)
Richard Pacey, Chief executive, Wilf Ward Family Trust. For services to the community, especially people with learning disabilities, in Yorkshire. (Scarborough, North Yorkshire)
Charles Daniel Whyte Parkes, Wildlife liaison officer, Derbyshire Constabulary. For services to the protection of wildlife. (Swanwick, Derbyshire)
Keith Clifford Parry, Director of information and communications technology, Hyde Technology School, Tameside, Manchester. For services to education. (Glossop, Derbyshire)
Thomas John Parry, Headteacher, Tonyrefail Comprehensive School, South Wales. For services to education. (Neath, West Glamorgan)
Mrs Sue Parsons, Headteacher, Llanidloes Community Primary School, Powys. For services to education in Wales. (Llandrindod Wells, Powys)
Bryan Paterson, Former deputy director, Estates Directorate, Scottish Prison Service, Scottish Executive. (Dunfermline, Fife)
Mrs Diana Georgina Patterson, For services to health care for substance misusers. (Lisburn, Belfast)
Miss Linda Joyce Patterson, Medical director, Burnley Health Care NHS Trust. For services to medical management. (Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire)
Professor David William Pearce, Associate director, Centre for Social and Economic Research into the Global Environment. For services to sustainable development. (Nr Saffron Walden, Essex)
Bruno Peek, For services to the Millennium Beacon. (Lowestoft, Suffolk)
Susan Alison Pember, Principal and executive director, Canterbury College, Kent. For services to further education. (Whitstable, Kent)
Mrs Shirla Marjorie Philogene, For services to nursing leadership and development. (London, N2)
Miss Anna Sheelagh Pidduck, For public service. (Bangor, Down)
Sir John Richard Walter Reginald Carew Pole, Bt, DL For services to the Tate Gallery in St Ives and to the community in Cornwall. (Torpoint, Cornwall)
Martin Richard Prosser, For services to the Competition Commission. (Atherstone, Warwickshire)
Harold Albert Quinton, Chief executive, Foundation Training Company. For services to young offenders. (Little Chalfont, Buckinghamshire)
Geoffrey Luigi Paolo Randall, Director, Brixham Environmental Laboratory, AstraZeneca. For services to the chemical industry. (Stoke Gabriel, Devon)
Stephen James Rayner, Grade 7, Ministry of Defence. (Redland, Bristol)
Laura Read, Deputy chief executive, Deafblind UK. For services to the Millennium Awards Scheme. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
David Robert Richardson, Chairman LEAF. For services to integrated farming. (Norwich, Norfolk)
Ms Marianne Rigge, Director, College of Health. For services to health services. (London, E2)
Mrs Elizabeth Roberts, Headteacher, Hawarden Infants School, Flintshire. For services to education. (Northop Hall, Flintshire)
Professor Eric Hwyel Roberts, For services to agricultural research. (Falmouth, Cornwall)
Peter Charles Roberts, For services to the New Deal in South West England. (Ogmore by Sea, Mid Glamorgan)
Patrick Nicholas Seaborn Hickman Robertson, Former director of marketing, National Savings Agency. (London, N1)
Brian William Robinson, President, Safety and Reliability Society. For services to health and safety in industry. (Northwich, Cheshire)
Martin John Wyndham Rogers, For services to the Farmington Institute Millennium Awards Scheme. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Ms Joanne K Rowling, Author. For services to children's literature. (Edinburgh)
Mrs Joan Rule, For services to psychiatry for elderly people in Neath Port Talbot. (Llandybie, Carmarthenshire)
Ms Angela Elizabeth Salt, Director of communications, Millennium Commission. For services to the Millennium. (London, SW4)
Ms Su Joscelyn Sayer, Chief executive, United Response. For services to disabled people. (London, SW15)
Mrs Elizabeth Seddon, Teacher in charge, Language Department, Elmtree School, Chesham, Buckinghamshire. For services to special needs education. (Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire)
John Anthony Self, Former general manager, Jubilee and East London Line. For services to London Transport. (Isington, Hampshire)
Mrs Gillian Ann Sheddick, Joint managing director, Norbert Dentressangle Wales and West. For services to enterprise and training in South Wales. (Newport, Gwent)
John Sheldon, General secretary, Public and Commercial Services Union. For services to trades unionism. (Reading, Berkshire)
Philip Hedley Shimmin, Director of Roads and Transport, Highland Council. For services road and transport in the Highlands and Islands. (Inverness)
Mrs Linda Ann Short, Leader, Congleton Borough Council. For services to local government and to the community. (Alsager, Cheshire)
Dabinderjit Singh Sidhu, Audit manager, National Audit Office. (Slough, Berkshire)
Ms Josette Patricia Simon, Actress. For services to drama. (London, N8)
Andrew Slatter, Grade 6, Ministry of Defence. (London)
Miss Marjorie Small, Manager, Clinical Haematology Unit, Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham. For services to nursing. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Alex Smith, President, Scottish Fisherman's Federation. For services to the fishing industry. (Arbroath, Angus)
Timothy John Stevens, Former assistant director, Victoria and Albert Museum. For services to art. (Melton Constable, Norfolk)
Charles Gad Strasser, For services to the community in Jersey and Staffordshire. (Jersey, Channel Islands)
George Henzell Moody-Stuart, Chairman, Transparency International. For services to the fight against corruption. (Ashtead, Surrey)
Deyan Sudjic, For services to architecture. (London, NW1)
Ms Corinne Joy Swain, Director, Ove Arup Partners and member, DETR Planning Research Advisory Group. For services to planning. (London, W4)
Professor Norman John Taylor, For services to the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, University College and to higher education. (Farnham, Surrey)
David Ellis Wyn Thomas, For services to planning and landscape architecture in Wales. (Cyncoed, Cardiff)
Professor George Edward Thompson, Head, Corrosion and Protection Centre, UMIST. For services to the defence industry. (Altrincham, Greater Manchester)
Mrs Mary Thorley, Primary Education Adviser for Pembrokeshire. For services to education in Wales. (Carmarthen, Carmarthenshire)
Alan John Thornley, Wildlife liaison officer, Derbyshire Constabulary. For services to the protection of wildlife. (Horseley Woodhouse, Derbyshire)
William Elliott Thorpe, Principal Crown Prosecutor, Crown Prosecution Service. (Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire)
Mrs Judith Ellen Timms, Chief executive, the National Youth Advocacy Service. For services to young people. (Wirral, Merseyside)
Philip Bernard Hague Tinker, Governor, Macaulay Land Research Institute. For services to science. (Lechlade, Gloucestershire)
Professor Eleuterio Francisco Toro, Research Professor of Applied Mathematics, Manchester Metropolitan University. For services to the defence industry. (Bramhall, Cheshire)
Mrs Janet Margaret Trewsdale, For services to economics and to statistics. (Newtownards, Down)
Peter Hedley Turner, Managing director, Scheibler Filters Ltd. For services to export. (Retford, Nottinghamshire)
Colin David Tweedy, Chief executive, Arts & Business. For services to business partnership with the arts. (London, SW4)
Miss Judith Rose Unwin, For services to export promotion in South Asia. (London, N1)
Mrs Isobel Scott-Telford Veitch, Headteacher, Williamston Primary School, Livingston, West Lothian. For services to education. (Bathgate, West Lothian)
Caroline, Lady Waldegrave, Principal and managing director, Leith's School of Food and Wine. For services to the catering industry. (London, W8)
Susan Mary Walton, Policy adviser, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Bedford, Bedfordshire)
Ms Anne Judith Weyman, Chief executive, FPA. For services to family planning. (London, N1)
David Whiteford, Partner, Castlecraig Farms, Cromarty. For services to the pig industry. (Ross and Cromarty)
Hugh Edgar Williams, For services to Foresight and to wealth creation from science and technology. (Stourbridge, West Midlands)
Paul Michael Williams, Chief executive, Bro Morgannwg Trust, For services to the NHS in Wales. (Cardiff, South Glamorgan)
Daniel McCorgray Williamson, Inspector of Taxes, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Dunfermline, Fife)
Miss Judy Ling Wong, Director, Black Environment Network. For services to ethnic environmental participation. (Llanberis, Gwynedd)
Raymond George Patrick Wood, Detective Constable, Metropolitan Police Service. For services to the police. (Barking, Essex)

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