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 Tuesday, 31 December, 2002, 00:19 GMT
Commonwealth honours
Awards to people living in Commonwealth countries in the 2003 New Year Honours lists.


COMMONWEALTH

BAHAMAS

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Jeffrey McDonald Thompson. For service to politics.
Dr The Rev William Thompson. For service to religion.
Franklyn Roosevelt Wilson. For service to economic and political development.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Dr Michael Perry Gomez. For service to the medical profession.
Leander Claudius Minnis. For political and community service.
Pastor Hugh Arthur Roach. For service to religion.
Dr Gail Saunders. For service to the history of The Bahamas.

MBE
Ronald Butler. For service to the music and entertainment industry.
Russell Eugene Franks. For service to the community.
Paul Antony Cornard Knowles. For services to cultural development.
Frank Garfield Rutherford. For service to sport.
Henry Fredrick Earl Storr. For service to business.
Mrs Mizpah Tertullien. For service to politics and the community.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
The Rev Godfrey Livingston Bain. For service to the community.
Mrs Doris Burrows. For service to the community.
Rudolph Dean. For service to the community.
Ms Louise Green. For service to the community.
Mrs Ena Hepburn. For service to the community.
Hysel Loran Roach. For service to the community.
Anthony Reuben Romer. For service to the community.
Mrs Effie Doretha Walkes. For service to the community.
Mrs Laura Louise Williams. For service to the community.
QUEEN'S POLICE MEDAL

QPM
Alan Delenor Gibson. Royal Bahamas Police Force.
Reuben Simeon Smith. Royal Bahamas Police Force.

BARBADOS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

CBE
Fozlo Brewster. For service to the community.
Ronald Geoffrey Cave. For services to commercial, industrial and tourism development.
Dr George Evelyn Mahy. For service to the medical profession.

OBE
Randolph Levenson Field. For service to sport.
Lawrence Edwin Pollard. For services to banking, religion and the community.
Mrs Joyce Ophelia Thompson. For services to education and the community.

MBE
Gerald Darrell Bannister. For service to music.
Mrs Diane Cora Bourne-Daniel. For services to indigenous and original craft.
Mrs Delores St Elmo Worrell. For service to the community.

BELIZE

OBE
Carlos Cecil Fuller. For public service.
Herbert Douglas Robert Lord. For public service.

MBE
Santiago Castillo. For services to sport and the community.
Edward Nabil Musa. For services to sport and the community.
Mrs Vincent Delvorine Parks. For services to education and the community.
Mrs Therese Bedran Stark. For service to the community.
Rosendo Antonio Urbina. For services to education and the community.

GRENADA

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
George Ignatius Brizan. For services to education.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Morris Mathlin. For services to banking.

MBE
Augustine Benedict Thaddeus Charles. For services to education.
Mrs Geraldina Helen Perrotte. For services to health.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Ms Daul Aldrica Douglas. For services to farming.
Mrs Norma Kathleen McLeish. For services to farming.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Justice Thomas Edwin Barnett, OBE. For service to the judiciary.
Robert Igara. For service to the government of Papua New Guinea.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Mrs Laura Josephine Martin. For services to business, politics and the community.
Mathias Umba Merimba. For services to business commerce and charity.
David Tauaole. For public service.

MBE
The Rev Janacdabing Apo. For services to religion and the community.
Cedric Man Ching Chee. For service to the aviation industry.
Raymond Chin. For services to the music industry.
Donald John Daniels. For service to education.
Rungwa Koimbonga. For service to the development and expansion of the Lutheran Church, Western Highlands Province.
Councillor Koitago Mano. For service to the community.
Neil John McIntre. For services to commerce and the forestry sector.
Ricky Mitio. For service to the coffee industry.
Constable Bill Tali. For public service.
Randhir Varma. For services to sports and business.
Mrs Salatiel William. For service to the community.

IMPERIAL SERVICE ORDER

ISO
Dr Isaac Naason Ake. For services to health.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Ms Aileen Aisi. For service to the Bank of Papua New Guinea.
Timothy Akia. For services to the National Broadcasting Corporation.
Ruben Audo Dowaki. For public service.
Tov Gwerren. For service to the airline industry.
Livingston David Hesaboda. For public service.
Mark Kanawi. For service to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary.
Sege Kandu. For public service.
Peter Kansunga. For service to health.
Kelly Kewa. For services to the development of rural health services.
Richard Crockett Knoxs. For services to the petroleum industry.
Mrs Nasain Livuana Kunai. For service to the Bank of Papua New Guinea.
Anton Leslie. For service to the Health Department.
Correctional Sgt Maj Pius Malinga. For services to the correctional services.
Lakoko Mola. For service to education.
Paul Pogo Nime. For service to the community.
Ms Rose Porowai. For service to education.
Laho Karukuru Saea. For public service.
Noie Uragle. For service to the community.
Raka Vagi. For services to religion and the community.
Gane Zomina. For service to the community.

SAINT CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Mrs Elaine Dulcie Richardson. For public service.

MBE
Samuel Alexander Byron. For service to the community.
Frederick Alphonso Lewis. For public service.

SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES

ORDER OF ST MICHAEL AND ST GEORGE

CMG
Dr Arthur Cecil Cyrus, OBE. For service in the field of medicine.

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

OBE
Creighton Teroy Bacchus. For service to the community.
Miss Grace Beatrice Lauretta Eustace. For service to education.

MBE
Frederick Adolphos Gonsalves. For service to the business community and to wine making.
Jeffrey Louis King. For service to the shipping industry.
Miss Alice Maureen Mandeville. For service to trade unionism.

SOLOMON ISLANDS

OBE
Bruce Joshua Saunders. For services to business and the community.
Alfred John Robert Scholz. For services to commerce and to the community.

MBE
Ishmael Mali Avui. For services to public administration and to the
community.
Chief Chrisanto Otuana. For services to local government and the community.

TUVALU

OBE
Mrs Annie Homasi. For public and community service.

MBE
Namoliki Sualiki Neemia. For public and community service.
Mrs Faiumu Puapua. For public and community service.
Evi Tauaa. For public and community service.

BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL

BEM
Lepa Malaki. For service to the community.
Faafou Paape. For service to the community.
Paepae Pakaia. For service to the community.


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