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Birthday Honours 2002 Friday, 14 June, 2002, 23:00 GMT 00:00 UK
Diplomatic Service and overseas
Birthday honours to members of the British diplomatic service and British citizens working in an oversea capacity.


ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

GCMG
Sir David John Wright, KCMG, LVO. Group chief executive, British Trade International.

KCMG
Colin Richard Budd, CMG. HM Ambassador, The Hague.
Brian Lee Crowe, CMG. Lately director-General of the External Services of the Council Secretariat of the European Union.
Jeremy Frederick Lever, QC. For services to European Community and competition law.
Francis Neville Richards, CMG, CVO. Director, GCHQ.
Professor Edward Adam Roberts. For services to the study and practice of international relations.

CMG
William Varley Fell. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Professor Christopher John Greenwood, QC. For services to Public International Law.
Mrs Denise Mary Holt. Lately director Personnel, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Professor Tecwyn Jones, OBE. For services to Biotech-International.
Gerald John Liston. Head Resources, British Council Headquarters.
Nicolas Wolfers Lorne MacLean Of Pennycross. For services to UK-Japanese and Asian relations.
Mrs Sarah Frances Morphet. Lately Research Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
John Valentine Silcock. Counsellor, HM Embassy, Washington.
Anthony Francis Smith. Lately British High commissioner, Kingston.
Lloyd Barnaby Smith. HM Ambassador, Bangkok.
Nicholas Alan Thorne. Counsellor, UKMis, New York.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan. For services to humanitarian causes and the arts.
Nicholas Walker Browne, CMG. Lately HM Ambassador, Tehran.

CBE
Professor Michael Balls. For services to humane animal research.
Iain Leonard Dale, OBE. For services to International trade.
Evan Mervyn Davies. For services to British financial interests and the community, Hong Kong.
Roger Gordon Fry, OBE. For services to the Council of British Independent Schools in the European Community.
Henry Thomas Putnam, OBE. For services to the British Institute of Florence.

OBE
Kenneth Cooper Annakin. For services to the film industry.
David Fraser Archer. For services to British commercial interests, Bulgaria.
David John Banks. For services to the sugar industry overseas.
Miss Jane Mary Beecroft. Management Accountant, British Council Headquarters.
Tom Blumenau. For services to the field of human rights.
Rowland Richard Bourne. Head, Commonwealth Policy Studies Unit, University of London.
Roy St. George Calvocoressi. Director, Christian International Peace Service.
Nicholas John Carrick. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Darwin Lewis Clifton. For public service, Falkland Islands.
Brian Norman Connelly. Lately British High commissioner, Tonga.
Victor Sidney George Craggs. Director, Commonwealth Youth Exchange Council.
Ronald Parker Dickinson. For services to British business interests, Malta.
Peter David Roger Ellwood. Director, British Council, Pakistan.
Dr Inigo Everson. Senior Principal Sientific Officer, British Antarctic Survey.
John Edward Faulkner. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Roderick Gemmell. Director of Entry Clearance, Lagos.
Jonathan Peter Griffin. For services to British cultural tourism exports.
James Archer Hancock. For services to the British community, Dubai.
Peter John Hardy. For public service, Bermuda.
Colin Arthur Hare. For services to wildlife preservation, Mauritius.
Douglas Mackenzie Harvey. For services to GCHQ.
John Walford Hawkins. For services to British business interests, Philippines.
The Very Rev Alan Jones. For services to the British community, San Francisco.
Professor Virgil Craig Jordan. For services to international breast cancer research.
Paul Kennedy. For services to British commercial interests, Hungary.
Stephen Kinsella. For services to British commercial interests, Belgium.
Edward David Mortimer Lloyd. For services to wildlife and the Kasanka Trust, Zambia.
Andrew Henry Mapple. For services to water skiing.
Steve Rodney McQueen. Artist. For services to the visual arts.
Dr John Robert Morrison. For services to healthcare in Bangladesh.
Miss Dilys Mary Peacock. Human Resources consultant, British Council Headquarters.
Dr Keith Charles Prenton. For services to the development of primary education in Pakistan.
Ervine Miguel Quelch. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Dr Dorothy Elizabeth Alison Taunton-Rigby. For services to research, development and promotion of biotechnology.
Dr Una Sully Ryan. For services to research, development and promotion of biotechnology.
Professor Teodor Shanin. For services to the field of tertiary education in Russia.
John Geddes Sim. For services to the British community in Taiwan.
Carlos Wilbert Simons. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Roger Michael Spencer Sykes. Lately head, British Trade Office, Al Khobar.
Colin Michael Taylor. For services to international trade.
Norberg Kelvin Thompson. For services to the community, Cayman Islands.
Mrs Sally Ann Unwin. For services to international trade.
Mrs Rosalind Watlington. For services to music, Bermuda.
Colin Rees Williams. For services to fighting poverty in Africa.
Dr Ruth Musgrave Williams. For services to healthcare in Africa.
Miss Marguerite Agnes Rachel Wolff. For services to music and charity worldwide.
Peter Joseph Wood. For services to forestry in the Commonwealth.
Michael James Wooldridge. For services to broadcasting in developing countries.

MBE
John Barringer Abington. For services to agricultural research overseas.
Melvin Bell. Technical Management Officer, British Consulate-General New York.
Phillip William Brisley. Headmaster, International Community School, Amman.
Jeremy Nigel St John Burne. For services to the British motor industry in the USA.
Brian Patrick Clarke. For public service, St. Helena.
Andre Fernard Cochlin. For services to the British community, Rome.
Edward Scott Crossett. For services to trade development in the waste management industry.
Miss Carolyn Mary Davis. Management Accountant, British Council Headquarters.
Miss Angela Bancroft Dean. Head, Lower School, Sir James Henderson British School, Milan.
William Thomas Ernest Divall. Administration assistant and Driver, British Consulate-General, Sydney.
Jeremy Paul Eavis. For services to the prevention of armed conflicts.
John Hartley Ebanks. For services to ex-servicemen in Jamaica.
Mrs Mary Ruth Edwards. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ronald Ernest Fable. For services to orphaned children in the Philippines.
Mrs Shirley Ann Fable. For services to orphaned children in the Philippines.
Basil Clifford Fisk. For services to the local and British community, Peru.
Miss Claire Fletcher. For services to the local community, New York.
Mrs Pamela Angelina Gareze. Head of Registry, HM Embassy Madrid.
David Howard Gavan. Honorary British Consul, Bari, Italy.
Miss Helen Elizabeth Patricia Hamilton Gilmer. For services to leprosy sufferers and the chronically sick in Rwanda and Uganda.
Mrs Freddie Ross Hancock. For services to UK-US cultural understanding.
Timothy John Hansford. For services to British commercial interests in Mozambique.
Mrs Kathleen Anne Harding. For services to leprosy sufferers and their families in Zambia.
Mrs Isabel Mary Hardman. For services to the British community, Paris.
Graham Martin Hellier. For services to the community, El Salvador.
Kingsley Samuel Howe. For public service, Montserrat.
Miss Maureen Teresa Howley. For services to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Michael Dennis Hurst. For services to former prisoners of war and their relatives, Taiwan.
Mrs Diana Southwood Kennedy. For services to the environment and UK-Mexico cultural understanding.
Mrs Virginia Anne Kern. For services to exports to the Middle East.
Mark Brian Kettle. Second secretary, British High Commission, Islamabad.
Mrs Salvia Marion Wood-Lamont. For services to the young and disabled in Romania.
Miss Nicola Kate Lewis. Visits Officer, HM Embassy Washington.
John Heron Lightfoot. For services to international trade.
Mrs Mary Murray Metz. For services to Scottish-Texan cultural and business links.
Miss Carol Ann Arnold Morris. Community Participation Advisor, British Council, Pakistan.
Miss Rosemary Nalden. Founder of Buskaid. For services to musical teaching in Soweto, South Africa.
Mrs Phyllis Mary Peters. For public service, St. Helena.
Dr Sui Yun Poon. For services to exports.
Miss Mary Louise Redmond. Visits Officer, British Consulate-General New York.
David John Robinson. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Miss Juanita Carmen Aureol Dawn Roushdy. For services to INVOLVE, the IMF's volunteer community programme in the USA.
Miss Dinah Kate Rowlands. For services to nursing and public health in war-torn countries.
Mrs Marie Berthe Boudier Salter. For services to British War Veterans in France.
Dr Christopher Peter Sladen. For services to British commercial interests overseas.
Mrs Jacqueline Kay Smith. For services to the community, Cayman Islands.
Thomas Neville Tatem. For services to the community, Bermuda.
David Ronald Taylor. For services to British ex-servicemen in Tenerife.
Mrs Dorothy Griselda El Tayib. For services to the community and UK-Sudanese relations.
Stafford Waters. Senior Fiscal Liaison Officer, HM Embassy Brussels.
John Welsh. Lately Press and Information Officer, HM Embassy Bogota.
The Rev Patricia Wright. For services to HIV/AIDS work and education in Swaziland.


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