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New Year Honours Monday, 31 December, 2001, 00:00 GMT
Diplomatic Service and overseas
New Year Honours to members of the British diplomatic service and British citizens working in an oversea capacity.


KNIGHTS BACHELOR
Rudolph Ion Joseph Agnew. For services to international human rights and conservation.
Deryck Maughan. For services to British business and commercial interests in the USA.

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

KCMG
Roger Bridgland Bone, CMG. HM Ambassador, Brasilia.
Dr Emyr Jones Parry, CMG. Formerly Political director, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
David Albert Thompson. Formerly chairman, Commonwealth Institute.
Nigel Cooper Thompson, CBE. For services to international trade and development.

CMG
Mark John Spurgeon Allen. Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Bruce Elliot Cleghorn. British High commissioner, Kuala Lumpur.
Dr Peter Salmon Collecott. Chief Clerk, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Miss Linda Joy Duffield. British High commissioner, Colombo.
Gloria Dorothy, Baroness Hooper. For services to UK-Latin American relations.
Colin Andrew Munro. Formerly Deputy High Representative, Mostar.
William Nagel. For services to UK-German relations.
Professor Otto Pick. For services to UK-Czech relations and democracy in Central Europe.
Michael Penarthur Merrick Rice. For services to UK-Bahrain relations and UK-Arab understanding.
Anthony John Wiggins. Formerly UK Member of the European Court of Auditors.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE
Thomas George Harris, CMG. HM Consul-General, New York.
Peter James Mason. For services to international trade.
William Mark Tully, OBE. For services to broadcasting and journalism overseas.

CBE
John Lance Beresford Browne. For services to British business interests in China.
Brian Page Constant. For services to British commercial interests in the Middle East.
Anthony Douglas Cragg. Sculptor. For services to art.
Mrs Elma Tryphosa Dangerfield, OBE. For long and distinguished service to international relations.
Barry Alan Crompton Gibb. For services to music and entertainment. (early life Manchester, before Australia)
Maurice Ernest Gibb. For services to music and entertainment.(early life Manchester, before Australia)
Robin Hugh Gibb. For services to music and entertainment.(early life Manchester, before Australia)
Peter Francis Joseph Irvine. Formerly Deputy Representative, European Schools Board.
Professor Mary Henrietta Kaldor. For services to global governance and democracy.
Ms Thea Musgrave. Composer and conductor. For services to music.
Christopher Thomas Bremner Purvis. For services to UK-Japanese relations.
John Rocha. For services to the fashion industry.
Duncan John Rushworth Taylor. Deputy head of Mission, British Consulate-General New York.

OBE
Jasim Ahmed. For services to British commercial interests in Asia.
Ramon Douglas Alberga, QC. For public service, Cayman Islands.
John Brian Arnold. For services to British commercial interests in Indonesia.
Robin Aubrey Comyns Berkeley. For services to British commercial interests overseas.
Keith Biddle. For services to law and order in Sierra Leone.
Thomas Marshal Boyd. For services to rural development in Africa.
William Alexander Graham Boyle. For public service, Bermuda.
Keith Edward Bush. For services to the promotion of democracy in Central Europe.
Robert Callard. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
William Barry Douglas. Concert pianist. For services to music.
Howard Ronald Drake. Director of Investment, British Consulate-General New York.
John Henry Freel. For services to British business and community interests in Saudi Arabia.
Mrs Brigid Catherine Gardner. Principal, St George's British International School, Rome.
Mrs Jeanne-Marie Gescher. For services to British interests in China.
Roderick Charles Gow. For services to British business interests in the USA.
Colin Graham. For services to British opera and music in the USA.
Richard George Grimshaw. For services to agricultural development overseas.
The Rev Canon Dennis Albert John Gurney. For services to the community in the Middle East.
Richard Farrar Hardwick. Director, British Council, Karachi.
Mrs Joan Philomena Hunt. For services to cancer care in southern Spain.
Shanker Iyer. For services to British commercial interests in Singapore.
Ivor Levene. For services to British trade and investment in Africa and the Middle East.
Scott Livingstone. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Derrick Isaac Marcus. For services to the British community in Sao Paulo.
Thomas Geoffrey Martin. Formerly head, European Commission Office, London.
Raymond Mason. For services to sculpture and to Anglo-French relations.
Ian Massey. For services to the aerospace industry overseas.
Col Alexander Robert Renwick McAslan. For services to international standards in demining.
William Moore. For services to British commercial interests overseas.
John Hamish Forbes Murphy. For services to British commercial interests in Italy.
Miss Helen Rosemary Nellthorp. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Patrick Eldred Owens M. B.E., HM Consul, British Consulate General New York.
David John Parker. Formerly Senior Management Officer, British Embassy Jakarta.
Roger Howard Patey. For services to British commercial interest in Egypt.
Dr Brian Derek Perry. For services to veterinary science in developing countries.
Miss Lynn Rachel Redgrave. For services to acting and the cinema and to the British community in Los Angeles.
Mrs Patricia Margaret Salti. For services to women's and children's rights in the Middle East.
Arnold Martin Schwartzman. For services to the British film industry in the USA.
Donald John Sloan. Formerly director, British Council, Sudan.
Daniel Wybert Mansel Smith. For services to UK-Norway relations.
The Rev John Gregory Stevens. For services to leprosy and the community, Calcutta.
Leslie John Stokes. For services to British business interests in Taiwan and The Philippines.
Llewellyn Vorley. For service to the community, Bermuda.
Philip Warner. For services to British commercial interests in the USA.
Paul Robert Wiseman. Head, British School, Rio de Janeiro.
Dr Teresa Lyn Wright. For services to the study of Hepatitis and liver disease in the USA.
Andrew Michael Graham-Yooll. For services to broadcasting and journalism in Argentina.

MBE
Miss Sarah Ann Elizabeth Allen. For public service, Montserrat.
Mrs Elizabeth May Asfaw. For services to the community, Ethiopia.
Miss Margaret Hilda Barnes. For services to HIV/AIDS awareness and education in China.
Mrs Eva Jane Benjamin. For services to the local community, St. Helena.
Mrs Marian Von Benko. For services to the community, Hungary.
Ronald Frederick Blastock. Formerly head of Meetings Usher, UK Rep, Brussels.
Edmund Arthur Blennerhassett. For services to British interests and the community, Panama.
Miss Margaret Lynn Broadbent. Secretary, Royal Society of Arts, USA.
Mrs Pauline Brookes. For services to the local community, Botswana.
Peter Douglas Brown. Director, British School, Trieste.
Miss Andrea Theresa Bryan, JP. For public service, Cayman Islands.
Michael Carbine. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Fiona May Carr. For services to music and teaching, Uganda.
Miss Liza Jane Carr. Third secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Alan Garth Copcutt. Trade Promotion manager, British Consulate-General Brisbane.
Allan Bryant Crawford. For services to the community, Tristan da Cunha.
Mrs Elizabeth Crosley. Vice-Consul, British Consulate-General Milan.
Mrs Celia Terease Davies. Consular Officer, British High Commission Nassau.
Miss Barbara Day. For services to UK-Czech cultural relations.
Mrs Christine Winifred Dew. Vice chairman, The Victoria League for Commonwealth Friendship.
Mrs Kara Frasse. Personal assistant, British Consulate-General New York.
Miss Jennifer Joan Gardner. Personal assistant, British Consulate-General Los Angeles.
Michael John Gibbons. For services to youth development in Namibia.
Dr Barbara Erica Gibbs. For services to the environment and the community, Montserrat.
The Rev William Stephen Griffith. For services to the community, Damascus.
Charles Herbert Groves. For services to the British community, Cyprus.
Richard Rodney Groves. For services to community relations in Bulgaria.
Fredrick Remaul Hassell. Director, Senior Islanders Programme, Bermuda.
Gordon Keith Hazell. Consul, British Consulate Tenerife.
Mrs Mary Lilla Frances Heaslip. For service to the community, Ethiopia.
Miss Linda Patricia Humphrey. For services to healthcare in Ghana.
Timothy John Hunt. For services to the British community in Boston, USA.
David Charles Stewart Jackson. For services to the British community in Portugal.
Mrs Jacqueline Elizabeth Jaidy. For services to healthcare in Jerusalem.
Edmund Paul Johnson. For services to the British community in Libya.
Miss Elizabeth Jane Jones. For services to the British community in Zimbabwe.
Mrs Sarah Jane Bruce Jones. For services to British commercial interests in Latvia.
Mikaail Kavanagh. For services to conservation and wildlife in Malaysia.
Walter Nigel Lee. British Honorary Consul, Salvador.
Ian MacDonald. For services to the British community in Libya. (London, NW11)
Geoffrey Thomas Mace. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Jennifer Mary Masefield. For services to the local community, Bermuda.
Miss Megan McDowell. Pro-Consul, British Consulate-General, New York.
Mrs Isabel Naylor De Mandez. For services to the British community, Huelva, Spain.
Dr Anne Merriman. For services to healthcare in Uganda.
Frederick Ellsworth Ming. For service to the community, Bermuda.
Herbert Moore. Welfare Controller, British Ex-Services League.
Miss Catherine Wardlaw Nicol. For services to the local community, Sialkot, Pakistan.
Mrs Gillian Margaret Njeru. Consular Officer, British High Commission Nairobi.
Mrs Maud Robertson Ramsay Nomiyama. For services to the British community in western Japan.
Steven Carl O'Connor. 'Know How' Fund Officer, British Embassy Prague.
Kenneth Oliphant. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Mrs Jacqueline Mary Ross Palmesino. British Pro-Consul, Lugano.
Dr Chimanbhai Somabhai Patel. British Consular Correspondent, Kisumu, Kenya.
Mrs Nest Ogwena Pierry. For services to the British Community in Paris.
Russell Lewis Pullen. First secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Ian Jeremy Reakes. Consular Attache, British Deputy High Commission Bombay.
Mrs Josephine Requena. For services to the community, Gibraltar.
Royal Stephenson Robinson. For public service, Turks and Caicos Islands.
Mrs Jean Satterthwaite. For services to the local community in Bangalore.
Dr Madeleine Agnes Sharp. For services to human rights and humanitarian causes in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
Miss Gail Marilyn Sidnell. Second secretary, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Derek Charles Smith. For services to the United Nations Association of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Terence George Spruce. For services to the community, Falkland Islands.
Patrick Joseph Sweetman. For services to the British community in California.
Dr Stephenson Anthony Tomlinson. For services to the community, Cayman Islands.
John Stephen Walker. For services to British interests in Vietnam.
Robert Charles Wheeler. For services to British commercial interests in Brazil.
The Rev Anita Pamela Wilding. For services to education and the community in East Africa.

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