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Birthday Honours 2002 Friday, 14 June, 2002, 23:00 GMT 00:00 UK
GBEs to CBEs
GBEs to CBEs in this year's Birthday Honours.



Sir Ronald Flanagan, OBE. Lately chief Constable, Police Service for Northern Ireland. For services to Northern Ireland. (London, SW1H)

Mrs Ruth Lynn Deech. Lately chairman. For services to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. (Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Miss Judith Mayhew. Chairman, Policy and Resources Committee, Corporation of London. For services to the City of London. (London, EC4V)
Miss Janet Ritterman. Director, Royal College of Music. For services to Music.

Alexander Dalgety Adamson. Divisional manager, Pupil Standards Division, Department for Education and Skills. (London, SW14)
Professor William Richard Allen. Director, Equine Fertility Unit, University of Cambridge.
For services to Horseracing and Equine Science. (Newmarket, Suffolk)
Brian Appleton. Vice chairman, London Transport. For services to Safety Management. (Bath, Somerset)
Professor John Stuart Archer. Principal and vice Chancellor, Heriot-Watt University. For services to Higher Education. (Hermiston Currie, Midlothian)
John Ashford. Director, The Place Theatre. For services to Dance. (London, WC1H)
Miss Susan Atkinson. Regional director, Public Health and Medical director, London, Department of Health.
Professor Raymond Baker, FRS. Lately chief executive, Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council. For services to Science. (Dursley, Gloucestershire)
Ms Urmila Banerjee. Member, Cabinet Office Management Board. For services to Modernisation of the Civil Service. (London, SW3)
Ralph Mitchell Bernard. Chairman, GWR Group plc. For services to Radio Broadcasting.
(Marlborough, Wiltshire)
Frank Blin. Head, UK Regions and Industries, PriceWaterhouseCoopers. For services to the Financial Sector. (Newton Mearns, Glasgow)
Peter Boeuf. Lately chief Crown Prosecutor, Crown Prosecution Service. (Devon)
Professor William Arthur Brown. Master of Darwin College, University of Cambridge. For services to Employment Relations. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
John Anthony Charles Buckels. Consultant Hepatobiliary and Transplant Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth and Children's Hospitals, Birmingham. For services to Transplant Surgery.
(Birmingham, West Midlands)
Professor Roger John Bull. Vice-Chancellor and chief executive, University of Plymouth. For services to Higher Education. (Tavistock, Devon)
Alan Grant Campbell. Chief executive, Aberdeenshire Council. For services to Local Government. (Aberdeen)
Brian Cass. Managing director, Huntingdon Life Sciences Group plc. For services to Medical Research. (Cambridgeshire)
Jonathan Philip Charkham. For services to Business. (London, SW7)
Ian David Church. Editor, Official Report, House of Commons. (East Grinstead, West Sussex)
Mrs Pauline Ann Clare, QPM, DL. Chief Constable, Lancashire Constabulary. For services to the Police. (Lancashire)
Richard Temple Cox. Chairman, Castle Vale Housing Action Trust. For services to the Regeneration of Birmingham.
Robert William Kenneth Crawford. Director-General, Imperial War Museum. For services to Museums. (Sevenoaks, Kent)
Thomas Phillip Noel Crowley, DL. Presiding Officer, Welsh Local Government Association. For services to Local Government. (Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot)
David Kenneth Cunningham. Headteacher, Hillhead High School, Glasgow. For services to Education. (Newton Mearns, Renfrewshire)
Robert Dickins. Chairman, Instant Karma Records. For services to the music industry. (London, SW1W)
Professor Ann Patricia Dowling (Mrs Hynes). Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Cambridge. For services to Mechanical Engineering.
Ian James Dudson, DL. Chief executive Officer, Dudson's Ltd. For services to the Ceramics Industry. (Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire)
John Harold Ebdon. Deputy chief executive, Valuation Office Agency, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire)
Thomas Edward Dacombe Eddy. Grade 5, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
(Esher, Surrey)
Anthony John Edge. Lately director of Field Operations for Wales, Midlands and the South, Department for Work and Pensions. (Upminster, Essex)
Iain Scott Elrick. Lately chief executive, Defence Bills Agency, Ministry of Defence.
(Ledbury, Herefordshire)
Mrs Jean Elizabeth Ensing. Lately president, British Association of Early Childhood Education. For services to Early Years Education. (Bognor Regis, West Sussex)
Professor Hubert Roy Evans. Vice Chancellor, University of Wales, Bangor. For services to Higher Education. (Anglesey, Gwynedd)
John Anthony Leonard Faint. International director, Department for International Development.
(London, SW19)
Keith John Faulkner. Managing director, Working Links. For services to Industry and to Unemployed People. (Maidenhead, Berkshire)
Sebastian Charles Faulks. Writer. For services to Literature. (London, SW10)
David John Fletcher. Chief executive, British Waterways. For services to Inland Waterways.
(Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire)
Ms Shelia Mary Forbes. For services to Women in the Workforce. (London, W11)
John Richard Forrest. For services to the Radio and Communications Industry. (London, SW10)
Kenneth Peat Forrest. Lately director, International Oil and Gas Business Directorate, Department of Trade and Industry. (Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire)
Mrs Joanna Katharine Foster. For services to the World of Work and to Equal Opportunities.
(Oxford, Oxfordshire)
Samuel Foster, MLA. For political and public service. (Enniskillen, Fermanagh)
Mrs Elizabeth Irene France. Information commissioner. For services to Data Protection. (Lymm, Cheshire)
Samuel Richard Gallop, OBE. For services to People with Disabilities. (London, SE21)
Donald James Gelling. Lately chief Minister. For services to the Isle of Man. (Santon, Isle of Man)
Mrs Elizabeth Jon Grimsey, LVO. Director, Judicial Group, Lord Chancellor's Department.
(Walton on Thames, Surrey)
Miss Zaha Hadid. Architect. For services to Architecture. (London, EC1R)
David Ross Harper. Chief Scientist, Public Health and Clinical Quality Directorate, Department of Health. (London, SE3)
Jonathan David Harris, OBE. Lately president, Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. For services to the Surveying Profession. (London, NW3)
Professor Michael Patrick Hassell, FRS. Principal, Faculty of Life Sciences, Imperial College London. For services to Population Ecology. (Ascot, Berkshire)
William Edward Hesketh. For services to Public Transport. (Dunadry, Antrim)
Richard Michael Hickman. Lately chief Reporter, Scottish Executive. (Edinburgh)
Richard Sidney Hickox. Conductor. For services to music. (London, N1)
Professor Marian Elizabeth Hobson (Mrs Jeanneret). Professor of French, Queen Mary College, University of London. For services to French Language and Literature.
Graham John Hooker. Head of Detection, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (Bexhill-on-Sea, East Sussex)
Ms Rebecca Howard. For services to Nursing and Health Care Management. (New Brighton, Merseyside)
Gordon Charles Keymer. Leader, Tandridge District Council. For services to Local Government.
(Oxted, Surrey)
Professor Ann-Louise Kinmonth. Professor of General Practice, University of Cambridge. For services to Primary Care Research and Development. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Ms Francoise Mathilde Leake. Headteacher, Westborough High School, Dewsbury, West Yorkshire.
For services to Education. (Dewsbury, West Yorkshire)
Professor Arthur Maurice Lucas. Principal, King's College, London. For services to Higher Education. (London, SW1A)
William Macquarie Lyne, MBE. Director, Wigmore Hall. For services to Music.
Richard Auld Macdonald. Director general, National Farmers' Union. For services to Agriculture. (South Morton, Oxfordshire)
Ms Susan Katriona MacGregor, OBE. For services to Radio Broadcasting. (London, NW1)
William Kenneth MacIver. For services to the Aerospace Industry. (Shipston-on -Stour, Warwickshire)
Mrs Mavis Maclean. For services to Research in the Justice System. (London, NW3)
Professor Peter James Marshall. Historian. For services to History. (Ware, Hertfordshire)
Christopher Masters. Lately chairman, AGGREKO plc. For services to Industry. (Edinburgh)
Professor John Vincent McCanny. For services to Engineering and Higher Education.
(Newtownards, Down)
William Arthur McKee, JP. Lately director general, British Property Federation. For services to the Property Industry. (Tadworth, Surrey)
Professor Cecil Hugh McMurray. For Public Service. (Helen's Bay, Down)
Charles Gordon Brown Nicholson, QC. Sheriff Principal, Lothian and Borders. For services to the Administration of Justice in Scotland. (Edinburgh)
Torquil Patrick Alexander Norman. Founder, Norman Trust and Roundhouse. For services to Disadvantaged Young People. (London, NW1)
Thomas O'Neill. Senior vice president, Thales Defence UK. For services to the Defence Industry. (Whitecraigs, Glasgow)
Professor Thomas Martin Partington. For services to the Administration of Justice. (Bristol)
Ian Harry Peattie. Assistant Paymaster General, National Investment and Loans Office.
(Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire)
Professor William Brian Peeling. For services to Urology. (Newport, Gwent)
Tom Phillips. Painter, Writer and Composer. For services to the Arts. (London, SE15)
Ian Plenderleith. Lately Executive director. For services to the Bank of England. (Petworth, West Sussex)
Professor Christopher John Pollock. Director, Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research. For services to the Environment. (Ceredigion)
Clifford James Prior. Chief executive, National Schizophrenia Fellowship. For services to Health Care. (London, N15)
Paul Maximilian Rayner. Lately Principal Establishment and Finance Officer, Serious Fraud Office. (Tonbridge, Kent)
The Rt Hon Edward Rowlands. For services to the History of Parliament Trust. (Merthyr Tydfil, Mid Glamorgan)
Miss Gillian Mary Ryder Samuels. Senior director, Science Policy and Scientific Affairs Europe. For services to the Bioscience and Pharmaceutical Industries.
Professor Peter John Schuddeboom. For services to Enterprise, Trade and Investment. (Harwell, Oxfordshire)
Professor Robert Wayne Shaw. Lately president, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists. For services to Medicine. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire)
Ms Valerie Shawcross. Lately Leader, London Borough of Croydon. For services to Local Government. (London, SE19)
Christopher John Shepley. Chief Planning Inspector and chief executive, Planning Inspectorate, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. (Widcombe, Bath)
Anthony Charles Sleeman. Director, Southern England, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Woking, Surrey)
John Despenser Spencely. Architect. For services to Architecture. (Edinburgh)
Malcolm Frederick Stamp. Chief executive, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust.
For services to Health Care. (Norwich, Norfolk)
Frederick Nigel Summers. Chief executive, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council. For services to Regeneration and to Partnership Working. (Birmingham, West Midlands)
Ian Pollock Sword, FRS. E., chairman, Inveresk Research. For services to Research, Education and Enterprise. (Edinburgh)
Professor June Thoburn. Professor of Social Work, University of East Anglia. For services to Social Work. (Norwich, Norfolk)
Professor Alison Tierney. Head of Department, Nursing Studies, University of Edinburgh. For services to Nursing Research and Education. (Edinburgh)
Brian James Turner. Chef and Restaurateur. For services to Tourism and to Training in the Catering Industry. (Stanmore, Middlesex)
Ms Sandra Diane Unerman. Director, Planning, Local Government, Housing and Employment Directorate, Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. (London, N12)
Sushil Baldev Wadhwani. For services to the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England.
(Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey)
Miss Diana Marion Walford. Director, Public Health Laboratory Service. For services to Public Health.
James Lamont Walker. President, National Farmers' Union of Scotland. For services to Agriculture. (Sanquhar, Dumfries)
Mrs Perween Warsi, MBE. Managing director, S and A Foods Ltd. For services to Business.
(Derby, Derbyshire)
The Reverend Christian Oliver Weaver, MBE, JP. Head, Pilgrim Church UK. For services to Racial Equality. (Nottingham, Nottinghamshire)
Mrs Christine Anne Whatford. Lately chief Education Officer, Hammersmith and Fulham, London.
For services to Education. (London, SE23)
Philip Michael White. Chief executive, National Express Group. For services to Public Transport. (Harrogate, North Yorkshire)
David Houston Will. Vice-president, Executive Committee of FIFA. For services to Association Football. (Brechin, Angus)
Kenneth Robert Williams, QPM. Chief Constable, Norfolk Constabulary. For services to the Police. (Norfolk)
Mrs Catherine Fiona Woolf. Senior Partner, CMS Cameron McKenna. For services to the UK Knowledge Economy and Invisible Earnings. (Esher, Surrey)

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