The Queen’s Birthday Honours lists recognise the achievements and service of people across the UK, from all walks of life.
91 remarkable individuals from across Northern Ireland have made the list this year, for achievements such as community work during Coronavirus, sports, services to education, and public service.
Here is a list of all those from NI included on the Birthday Honours list:
Order of the Bath (DCB)
Brenda Mary King for services to Constitutional Law.
Order of the British Empire (KT)
Dr Michael Oliver McBride for services to public health in Northern Ireland.
Michael James Ryan for services to the Economy in Northern Ireland.
Order of the Bath (CB)
Andrew Graham McCormack for public service.
Order of the British Empire (CBE)
Lady Perdita Maureen Blackwood for services to disabled young people and charity.
Professor Roy Archibald Joseph Spence for services to healthcare.
Order of the British Empire (OBE)
Roma Burnett (Downey) for services to the arts, drama, and to the community.
Anna Carragher for services to the arts.
Paul Martin Caskey for services to education.
Thomas Evans for services to employment relations.
Ronald Moncrieff Foreman for services to the economy.
Anne Isobel Henderson for public service and for services to peacekeeping.
William Francis Graham Hunter J.P for services to the economy and the community in County Londonderry.
Robin Stevenson McLoughlin for services to education.
Brendan Mooney for services to the local economy.
Order of the British Empire (MBE)
Afaf Abdrabou Aly for services to UK-Egypt relations and anti-racism in Northern Ireland.
David Alexander Brookes for services to Defence and to Charity.
Elizabeth Hamilton Brown for services to Veterans.
John George Burrell for services to the community in Fivemiletown.
Jennifer Ann Campbell for services to Education, Young People and the community in Coleraine.
Nigel John Carr for services to Sport and to Community Relations.
Daniel Anthony Corr for voluntary services.
Margaret Christine Davis for services to Community Relations.
Mary Elizabeth Devine for services to Young People with Special Needs.
Michelle Doherty for services to Nursing and to Lung Cancer Patients
John Marshall Dunlop for services to Cross Border Peace Building and the community in County Fermanagh.
Linda Ervine for services to the community in East Belfast.
David Harding for Public and Political Service.
David Jeffrey for services to Association Football and Community Relations in Northern Ireland.
Kieran Kennedy for services to Business and to the Economy during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
David Brian Knott for services to the Port Industry and the community in Belfast.
Phyllis Agnes Leckey for services to Nursing and Healthcare in Northern Ireland.
Stanley James Lee for services to People with Learning Difficulties in Northern Ireland.
Mark Lindsay for services to Policing and the community.
Jill McClintock for services to Physiotherapy particularly during Covid-19.
Marian McCouaig for services to Education.
Eileen McEneaney for services to Nursing and Midwifery.
Arthur Ellis McKeown for services to Refugees and Asylum Seekers.
Ivan Ernest McMinn for services to Charity and the community in Northern Ireland.
Rhonda Edith Margaret Moles for services to Education.
Maeve Monaghan for services to People with Learning Difficulties.
Herbert Wavell Torrens Moore for Public Service in the UK and Abroad.
Karen Moore for services to Education.
Elma Elizabeth Alexandra Newberry for services to Housing in Northern Ireland and contribution to Reconciliation.
Anthony O’Reilly for services to People with Disabilities in Northern Ireland.
Angela Eileen Reid for services to Care Home Residents particularly during Covid-19.
Trudy Norma Reid for services to Infection Prevention and Control during the Covid-19 Crisis.
Teresa Ross for services to Physiotherapy particularly during Covid-19.
Norma Leah Shearer for services to Women in Northern Ireland.
John Stuart for services to the community in Ballymena, County Antrim .
Sarah Margaret Thompson for services to Pre-School Education and Children in Beavers.
Order of the British Empire (BEM)
Maureen Elizabeth Adair for services to Girl Guides Association in Northern Ireland.
Lynsey Anne Agnew for services to the Lisburn Foodbank, especially during the Covid-19 Crisis.
Adela Beggs for services to Education and Young People.
Daniel Burke for services to Retail.
Stephanie Cherry for services to Pre-School Integrated Education.
Andrew Cochrane for services to Disability Sport and Mental Health Awareness.
Thelma Joy Corkey for voluntary and charitable services.
William Kenneth Craig for services to Cricket and the community in Eglinton.
Tracey Yvonne Elliott for voluntary service to St John Ambulance and the community in Northern Ireland.
Irene Jane Faloon for services to the community in Newry and Mourne, Northern Ireland through Barnardo’s.
Charlotte Ann George for services to Libraries.
Thomas David Haighton for services to Adults with Learning and Physical Disabilities.
Rosemary Louise Hull for services to Business.
Gertrude Olive Jamison for services to Music in County Down.
Peter Anthony McAteer for services to Young People in Newry, Mourne and South Armagh.
Stephen John McCoiy for services to the community and Charity in Toomebridge, County Antrim.
William Raymond McCullough for services to Motorbike Racing in Northern Ireland.
Breege McCusker for services to World War II History in County Fermanagh.
Sylvia McKeegan for services to the community in Londonderry.
Trevor McKendry for services to Education.
Margaret McNellis for services to Music and Charity in County Armagh.
William Stephen Moore for services to Community Engagement, Business Contribution and Charity in Northern Ireland.
Julie Elizabeth Nelson for services to Women’s Football.
Pamela-Ann Nugent for services to Men and Boys with Eating Disorders in Northern Ireland.
Leigh Miranda Patience for services to the Somme Nursing Home for Military Veterans during the Covid-19 crisis.
Valerie Elizabeth Peacock for services to the Children’s Hospice, Northern Ireland.
Linda Anne Robinson for services to Older People and to the Royal Naval Reserve.
Ian Stuart Sands for services to the community in Northern Ireland.
Sharon Rosemary Smith for services to the Girls’ Brigade and to the community in Whiterock, West Belfast.
Paul Henry Speight for services to Scouts in Northern Ireland.
Joy Mary Spreadborough for services to Marie Curie Hospice, Northern Ireland particularly during Covid-19.
Anna Rosemary Steele for services to Cross Community Relations in Northern Ireland.
Deborah Elizabeth Walker for services to the community in Belfast.
Alwyn John Griffin Warnock for services to Road Safety in Northern Ireland.
Florence Willis for services to Local Government.
Robert Alexander Yarr for services to Church Choral Music in Ballinderry Parish Church.
Queen’s Police Medal (QPM)
Kenneth Bailey – Reserve Constable, Police Service for Northern Ireland.
James Clifford Campbell – Sergeant, Police Service for Northern Ireland.
Arthur James Davidson – Superintendent, Police Service for Northern Ireland.
Queen’s Ambulance Medal (QAM)
Dennis Bryan Snoddy – Assistant Director of Operations, Northern Ireland Ambulance Service.
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