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New Year Honours Monday, 31 December, 2001, 00:00 GMT
Commonwealth honours
Awards to people living in Commonwealth countries in the 2002 New Year Honours lists.


BAHAMAS

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

KCMG
Geoffrey Adams Dinwiddie Johnstone, CMG. For public service.
Albert Joel Miller, MVO, MBE, QPM, CPM. For service to the community.

CMG
Bernard Kenneth Bonamy, LVO, QPM. For service to law and order.
William Augustus Saunders. For service to the tourism industry.
His Excellency Vernon Joseph Symonette, MP. For service to The Bahamas.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Anthony Clifford Allen. For service to the banking industry.
Mrs Eva Portia Schaffner. For service to the growth and development of The Bahamas.
Robert Percival Sweeting, MP. For service to the community.
Peter Alexander Thompson. For service to the banking industry.

MBE
Raphael Nathaniel Cartwright. For service to the business community.
Bishop Archilaus William Cooper, JP. For service to the community.
Roosevelt Curry. For service to the growth and development of the construction industry.
Charles (George) Edward Kelly. For service to business and tourism.
Willis Michael Levarity. For service to the construction industry.
Mrs Veronica Marshall. For service to the growth and development of The Bahamas.
Roswell Irvin Sawyer, JP. For service to the fishing industry and the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
The Rev Clemon Clifford Ferguson. For service to the community.
The Rev Dr Allen Joseph Mills. For service to the community.
The Rev Copeland Morley. For service to the religious community of Abaco.
Joseph Norris. For service to the community.
Alpheus John Ramsey, JP. For service to the community.
Mrs Freda Russell. For service to education.
Mrs Terry Marylyn Laing-Russell. For service to the community.
The Rev Samuel Sands. For service to the community.
The Rev Roland John Swain. For service to the community.
QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL

QPM
Larry Anthony Ferguson. For services to the Royal Bahamas Police Force.
Leeland Russell. For services to the Royal Bahamas Police Force.

BARBADOS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Alister O'Brien Campbell. For service to the insurance industry.
Alfred Henderson Clarke, QC. For service to the legal profession.
Kenneth Rudolph Hewitt. For service to accounting and financial services in Barbados.

OBE
Arthur St Clair Farmer. For service to the community.
Mrs Jean Cynthia Robinson. For service to horticulture.
Lloyd Bismarck Weekes. For public service.

MBE
Mrs Thelma Parris. For service to the community.
Clarence Festus Thompson. For services to the development of music.

BELIZE

MBE
The Rev Charles David Goff. For service to the community.
Allan Miguel Sharp. For service to sport.

GRENADA

OBE
Mrs Glenda Mason-Francis. For service to education.
Julien David Rapier. For service to the community.

MBE
Mrs Dorothy Chichester. For service to nursing and to business.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Joseph Eric Barriteau. For service to the fishing industry.
Cebert Bernadine. For service to the fishing industry.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

KBE
The Hon Moi Avei, MP. For services to the community and to politics.

CBE
Theophilus George Constantinou. For services to business, commerce and the community.
Garth McIlwain, OBE. For services to finance and banking.

OBE
Professor Robert (Robin) Arthur Cooke. For services to health in Papua New Guinea.
David George Guinn, MBE. For services to the community.
Hunter Richard Dick Hagon. For services to the coffee industry.
Graham Hawthorne. For services to the aviation industry.
Mark Kasau. For services to health and the community.
Ms Elizabeth Catherine Whitten. For service to libraries and the community.
Lwai Witne. For service to the community.

MBE
Makarai Bove. For service to the community.
Garin David Gelua. For service to the community and the church.
John Kaolea Golpak. For service to the community.
Nori Guip. For service to law and order.
Lucas Stephanas Kanath. For service to the community.
Simongi Kangiong. For service to the community.
Andrew Samlal Laboi. For service to education.
Yawal Aselem Kamalua Mazewin. For service to agriculture.
Noel Raymond Smith. For services to banking and commerce.
Laufa Tapora. For service to the community.
Siek Jong Tjoeng. For service to the community.
Mrs Marie Monica Uvillio. For service to banking.

IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER

ISO
Thomas Morabang. For service to the judiciary.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Luai Aita. For public service.
Kinango Aur. For service to the community.
Mrs Taliustiga Bola. For service to education.
Thomas Sambure Cain. For services to the Correctional Service.
Dr Lyn Calvert. For service to the Health Department.
Komb Dei. For services to business and community leadership.
Adira Gumasa. For service to the community.
Kouoru Hanaia. For service to the community.
Councillor Siltu Malto Karlo. For service to the community.
Reuben Manambo. For services to the Correctional Service.
Evera Meakoro. For service to religion.
Mata Momo. For service to the judiciary.
Mrs Maria Towai Nepel. For service to public health in Papua New Guinea.
Francis Pana. For services to the forestry industry.
Kevau Buruka Sabadi. For public service.
Som Tali. For service to the community.
Ishmael Tanda. For service to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
Mrs Toroga Johns Wong. For service to banking.
Edward Song Fan Zeng. For services to business, community and sports.
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (MILITARY)

OBE
Col Yaura Sasa. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

MBE
Lt Col Job Kasa. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Lt Col Blasius Augustine Kavanamur. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Chief WO Sam Manase. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL (MILITARY)

BEM
WO Paul Mambu. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.
Chief WO Paulus Rumints. Papua New Guinea Defence Force.

SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Charles McDougal Brisbane. For public service.

MBE
Robert Ezrick Manning. For public service.

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Christian Ivor Martin. For service to the financial sector.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Joel Fitz-Gerald Huggins. For service to the electricity industry.
Leopold Parnel Errie Stoddard. For service to law and order.

MBE
Mrs Pearl Agatha Elritha Best. For service to education.
Ms Rhonda Patricia Fraser. For service to the community.
Alderic Peter Williams. For service to law and order.

TUVALU

OBE
The Hon Lagitupu Tiputa Tuilimu. For public and community service.

MBE
Ailesi Apelaamo. For public and community service.
Mrs Emily Koepke. For public and community service.
Dr Faalesa Pitoi. For public service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Tagisia Kilei. For public and community service.
Falefou Luka. For service to the community.
Manoa Tehulu. For service to the community.

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