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Thursday, December 31, 1998 Published at 01:43 GMT

Order of the British Empire, Civil - OBE (part two)

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OBEs A - L

Graham Frederick Addicott. Lately London crown courts group manager, Lord Chancellor's Department. (Kent) Ian Scott Anderson. Community investment director, Whitbread plc. For services to volunteering. (London, E1) John Anderson. Lately chairman, Wise Group. For services to training for unemployed people. (Argyll, Argyll and Bute) Miss Susan Maria Andi. Poet and live artist. For services to black arts. (Manchester, Greater Manchester) John Dorrington Apthorp. For charitable services in Barnet, London. (Radlett, Hertfordshire) Professor Rosemary Doreen Ashton. Professor of English, University College, London. For services to comparative literature. (London, SE24) Geoffrey Crabtree Atkinson. Director, Ben-Motor and Allied Trades Benevolent Fund. For charitable services to the motor industry. (Windsor, Berkshire) Paul Geoffrey Ayscough. Communications and Information Industries Directorate, Department of Trade and Industry. (London, SE21) John Peter Basgallop. General manager, BT Special Services. For services to the telecommunications industry. (London) Graeme John Baker. Director of Construction Industry Affairs, Building Services Research and Information Association. For services to the Construction Industry. (Weybridge, Surrey) Samuel David Baker, JP, DL. For services to the Administration of Justice in Somerset. (Taunton, Somerset) Mrs Constance Barbara Ballinger. Lately consultant psychiatrist, Royal Dundee Liff Hospital. For services to Women's Psychiatric Health. (Dundee) Kenneth Bernard Barnes. For services to the Confederation of British Industry in the East Midlands. (East Bridgford, Nottinghamshire) Joseph Bell. For services to the Sea Cadet Corps. (Northern Ireland) Mrs Margaret Ann Bell. Director of Nursing and Quality, Mid Kent Healthcare Trust. For services to nursing. (Maidstone, Kent) Joseph Blair. Officer in Charge, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Merseyside) Mrs Jennifer Edith Borden. For services to Christian Aid. Eric Findlater Brandie. Manager, Health, Safety and Environmental Affairs, Tengizchevroil. For services to Safety in the Offshore Oil Industry. (Inverurie, Aberdeenshire) Nicholas Denison Brighouse. For services to the Mini Olympics Mentally Handicapped Bi-annual Games and to Burns Victims. (Norwich, Norfolk) Miss Sheila Margaret Brock. Lately campaign director, Museum of Scotland. (Edinburgh) Neil Hedley Buckland. For services to Thalidomide Trust. (Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire) Christopher Colin Bulman. Lately county surveyor and deputy director, Development Services, Staffordshire County Council. For services to transport and to the community in Staffordshire. (Stafford, Staffordshire) Charles Burton. Detective inspector, Derbyshire Constabulary. For the development of screening and profiling techniques in homicide and abuse cases. (Derby, Derbyshire) Henry Percy James Butcher. Lately chief executive, West Wales Ambulance NHS Trust. For services to nursing and to the NHS in Wales. (Swansea, West Glamorgan) Michael Calvert. General manager, CWS Agriculture. For services to the agriculture industry. (Leicester, Leicestershire)

George Winston Cameron. Managing director, V T International Services Group. For Services to British Shipbuilding. (Southampton, Hampshire) Robert Carlyle. Actor. For services to drama. (London) Ronald Louis Carter. Furniture Designer. For services to craft and design. (London, WC2) Hugh Chambers. For services to the St. John Ambulance Brigade in London. (Bromley, Kent)

John Paul Clarke. Lately Level D, Crown Prosecution Service. (Middlesex) Brig Roland Maurice Cockman. For services to graduate recruiters. (Cambridge, Cambridgeshire) Professor Leonard Robert Morrison Cocks, TD. Lately Keeper of Palaeontology, Natural History Musuem. For services to palaeontology. (Bromley, Kent) Roger Alan Victor Coles. Headteacher, Oxted County School, Surrey. For services to Education. (Sevenoaks, Kent) Mrs Anne Collingwood. Headteacher, Crook Primary School, Durham. For services to Primary Education. (Sacriston, County Durham) Terence George Collins. Chairman, VT Southern Careers Ltd. For services to the Provision of Careers Advice. (Romsey, Hampshire) Alan Collinson. Director, Collinson Systems Ltd. For services to the defence industry. (Pickering, North Yorkshire) George Alan Cooper. For services to civil engineering. (Belfast, Northern Ireland) Mrs Jennifer Anne Cooper. For services to Young Women's Christian Association. (Swansea, West Glamorgan) Miss Harriet Copperman. Nursing director, North London Hospice Home Care Service. For services to Palliative Care. (London, N10) George Francis Coulson. Business manager, Fraud and Intelligence Service, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (London) Miss Elizabeth Mary Cratchley. Chairman, Anti-Counterfeiting Group. For services to the Protection of Intellectual Property. (London, W6) Kenneth Thomas Cregeen. Head of Facilities and Support Services Division, Lord Chancellor's Department. (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire) David Mills Crompton. For services to the Construction Industry and to Urban Regeneration. (Barry, Glamorgan) Roger John Cully. Business manager, HM Board of Inland Revenue. (Winchmore Hill, N21) Professor Peter Fearnley Dale. President, International Federation of Surveyors. For services to Surveying. (Girvan, Ayrshire) Richard Glyn Davies. Headteacher, Mynyddbach Girls' Comprehensive School, Swansea. For services to Secondary Education. (Neath, Glamorgan) Professor Ravindra Kumar Dhir. Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Dundee. For services to Concrete Technology. (Dundee) Mrs Shelagh Diplock. For services to Women's Rights. (Hove, East Sussex) John Dobie. Lately acting Director of Education, City of Edinburgh Council. For services to the Local Authority Education Service. (Near Kinross, Perth and Kinross) Thomas Dixon Connochie Dun. Hill Farmer. For services to the sheep farming industry. (Heriot, Midlothian) Kevin Harry Dunion. For services to Friends of the Earth International. (Old Gilmerton Village, Edinburgh) Professor Peter Douglas Dunn. For services to the development of innovative energy technologies. (Oxon, Oxfordshire) Professor Peter Dunnill. Director, Advanced Centre for Biochemical Engineering, University College London. For services to Biochemical Engineering. (London, N3) Ian James Dussek. Director, Wells Ltd. For services to Highways and to the Bitumen Industry. (Sevenoaks, Kent) John Robert Edmunds. Crops Technical Officer, Intervention Board, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. (Reading, Berkshire) Mrs Ann Eleri Edwards. Consultant Anaesthetist, Wrexham Maelor Hospital. For services to the NHS and to Medical Education. (Llangollen, Wrexham) Roger Clough Williams-Ellis. For services to forestry in Wales. (Pwllheli, Gwynedd)

Professor Alfred Michael Emmerson. For services to the Department of Health's Microbiology Advisory Committee and to Infection Control. (Leicester, Leicestershire) David Essex. Singer. For charitable services, especially to Voluntary Service Overseas. (London) Ian Philip Evans. Headmaster, Bedford School. For services to the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority. (Bedford, Bedfordshire) Richard Daniel Exell. Policy Officer, Trades Union Congress. For services to people with disabilities. (Brightlingsea, Essex) Henri Herman Exton, QPM. Grade 7, Ministry of Defence. (London) Miss Elizabeth Farrelly. For services to the National Association of Councils for Voluntary Service. (Murton, County Durham) Richard John Robert Feilden. For services to architecture. (Bath, Somerset) Peter Felix. For services to water skiing. (London, NW11) John Fielder. Lately Grade 7, Ministry of Defence. (Dorset) Cecil Thomas Finn, MBE. Lately president, Scottish Fishermen's Federation. For services to the fishing industry. (Argyll, Argyll and Bute) Miss Marie Frances Therese Finnegan. For public service. (Belfast, Northern Ireland) Gary Denis Flather, QC. For services to the Legal Profession and to promoting disability awareness. (Maidenhead, Berkshire) Elizabeth Anne Lucy Forgan. For services to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. (London, NW1) Capt Timothy Arthur Forster. For services to horse racing. (Ludlow, Shropshire) Anthony Kenric Stapleton Franks. For services to the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability and to the RNLI. (Tonbridge, Kent) Simon Richard Frost. Chief executive, FH Ltd. For services to the aerospace industry. (Weston-super-Mare, Bristol) Mrs Jane Fulford. Headteacher, Winton Primary School, Islington, London. For services to education. (London, NW1) Mrs Janette Braid Gardner. Lately chairman, National Schizophrenia Fellowship Scotland. For service to sufferers of Schizophrenia. (Edinburgh) George Drysdale Goldie. Chairman, National Groups Committee, Institute of Advanced Motorists. For services to Road Safety. (Beith, Ayrshire) John Lyon Goodfellow. Chairman, Board of Management, Angus College. For services to Further Education and to promoting educational links with farms. (By Arbroath, Angus) John William Green. Lately Group Technical director, Anglian Water plc. For services to the Water Industry. (Hungtingdon, Cambridgeshire) Kenneth James Green. Estates Projects Team manager, HM Board of Customs and Excise. (Rochester, Kent)

Brian Edwin Grimwood. Lately Senior Natural Resources Adviser, Department for International Development. (West Byfleet, Surrey) John Anthony Hailey. Board Member, Humberside Training and Enterprise Council. For services to training and to investors in people. (Cottingham, Hull) Rodger Baden Hake. For services to the Foresight ITEC Panel and to the British Computer Society. (Winchester, Hampshire) Jeffrey John Hamblin. Director, The Americas, British Tourist Authority. For services to tourism. (United States of America) Hilary Ide Hammond. For services to librarianship and information provision. (Diss, Norfolk) Anthony David Maurice Hams. Lately head, Sustainable Development Unit, Local Government Management Board. For services to sustainable development. (Tideswell, Derbyshire) Kenneth Stewart Harrison. Head of Mining Policy Section, Health and Safety Executive, Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions. (Croydon, Surrey) Christopher Jackson Harvey. Headteacher, Hawarden High School, Flintshire. For services to Education. (Mold, Flintshire) Alan Sydney Hoad. Lately head of Planning and Performance, Facilities Management Division, Department for Education and Employment. (Hayling Island, Hampshire) Mrs Gillian Hollander, JP. For services to the community in Hertfordshire. (Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire) Philip Holmes, JP. For services to the Independent Board of Visitors, Military Corrective Training Centre. (Colchester, Essex) Stephen Holt. Director, New Deal Project, Employment Service, Department for Education and Employment. (Sheffield, South Yorkshire) Malcolm Graham Horlock. Grade 6, Welsh Office. (Whitchurch, Cardiff) Wing Cdr Frederick David Hoskins. For services to the Soldiers', Sailors' and Airmen's Families Association in Wiltshire. (Blandford Forum, Dorset) Richard Houlden. Headteacher, Hirst High School, Ashington, Northumberland. For services to education. (Morpeth, Northumberland) James Kingsley Hudson. Headteacher, Two Mile Ash Middle School, Milton Keynes. For services to education. (Whittlebury, Northamptonshire) Miss Shirley Hughes. For services to children's literature. (London, SW1V)

Professor Patrick Paul Anthony Humphrey. Director, Glaxo Institute of Applied Pharmacology. For services to migraine research. (Wrestlingworth, Bedfordshire) Professor David Stanley Ingram. Lately Regius Keeper, Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. For services to plant science and to education. (Aberlady, East Lothian) Gordon Richardson Irwin, JP. For services to the shipping industry. (Co Antrim, Northern Ireland) Professor Patricia Ann Jacobs, FRS. Director, Wessex Regional Genetics Laboratory. For services to Genetic Research. (Salisbury, Wiltshire) David John James. Grade 6, Ministry of Defence. (Wiltshire) Peter Norman Jenkins. Grade 6, Defence Evaluation and Research Agency, Ministry of Defence. (Malvern, Worcestershire) David John Johnson. Clerk of the Records, House of Lords. (Surbiton, Surrey) John Kenrick Jones. Lately Grade 6, Ministry of Defence. (Oswestry, Shropshire) Tom Jones. Singer. For services to music and to entertainment. (London) William Stanley Jones. Chairman, Tyneside Training and Enterprise Council. For services to training. (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear) Robert Kears. Grade 6, Contributions Agency, Department of Social Security. (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, Tyne and Wear) Donal Arthur John Keegan, DL. Consultant Physician. For services to rehabilitation services. (Culmore, Londonderry) George McRae Keil. Investigations manager, Office of the Health Service commissioner for Scotland. (Edinburgh) Ronald David Kells, DL. For services to banking and to the community. (Belfast, Northern Ireland) Mrs Grace Doreen Kempster. Head of Libraries, Information, Heritage and Cultural Services, Essex County Council. For services to librarianship and information provision. (Warlingham, Surrey) David Maldwyn Thomas Kendrick, QPM. Commander, Metropolitan Police. For Services to the police. (Essex) Duncan Hamish Kenworthy. Producer and managing director, Toledo Pictures. For services to the film industry. (London) David Andrew George Kilshaw. Chairman, Borders Health Board. For services to health care. (Peebles, Tweeddale) Mrs Susan Jean King, JP. Executive director, Safer Merthyr Tydfil. For services to crime prevention. (Radyr, Cardiff) Ian Niven Kirby. Grade 6, Metropolitan Police. For services to the police and to the community. (West Sussex) John Nigel Kirkland. For services to the community, especially the Derbyshire Ambulance Service, in Derbyshire. (Wirksworth, Derbyshire)

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