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New Year Honors 2024: Full list of Northern Ireland winners

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  • Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Mr. David George Crozier. He is most recently Head of Strategic Partnerships and Engagement at Queen’s University Belfast.for service to the economy

Mr Ciaran Michael Murphy. KC senior advisor. For services to criminal justice.

  • Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Mr. Michael Andrew Boyd. Project Manager for the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Consultant Director for the Rio Ferdinand Foundation Northern Ireland, Chairman of Belfast Healthy City and most recently Director of Football Development for the Football Association of Ireland.For services to the Football Association, sport, charity and reconciliation in Northern Ireland.

Frank Edward Bryan Recently. Chairman of the Board of Belfast Metropolitan College.About serving Northern Ireland’s further education and economy

Mr. James Maurice Burick. Director of Finance and Compliance and Honorary Treasurer, Belfast Port Commissioner and British Ports Association.For services to the maritime industry

Mr. Terence Anthony Donnelly. Chairman of the Board of Donnelly Motor Group and responsible for servicing the Northern Ireland motor industry, Taxi and Bus Conversions Ltd.

Mr. Neil Francis Gakian. Chief Executive of the Western Health and Social Care Trust.For services to health, social care and communities in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Kathleen Margaret O’Hare. She is a Trustee of Belfast Metropolitan College and a member of the Northern Ireland Curriculum Council.About services to education in Northern Ireland

Nicola Heather Ann Patterson. Most recently she was Director of Nursing at South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust.About health and social care services in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Diane Rosalie Aldworth Ruddock.For services to the environment, heritage and communities of Northern Ireland

  • Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Mr. Michael Allen. Principal of Risnir University.For educational services

Mr. Samuel James Anderson. Founder and CEO of IceMOS Technology.About our services to Northern Ireland’s economic development

Sarah Pamela Ballantyne.About charity fundraising in Northern Ireland

Dr. Manav Babusar. Recently, he has been the clinical director of the critical care department.Especially for medical services during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

Professor Anthony John Bjorson. Emeritus Professor of Genomics and most recently Director of the Northern Ireland Center for Multidisciplinary Medicine at the University of Ulster.For services to higher education and research

Professor Kathryn Janice Carruthers. Professor of French Linguistics at Queen’s University Belfast.About services for modern languages

Mr. Francis Joseph Donnelly.For services to disabled sport and communities in Northern Ireland

Captain Thomas David Eccles. Fisheries Officer in the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs.For services to fisheries, environment and maritime safety

Mr. David Edward Clarke Finlay.For services to Olympic Wrestling in Northern Ireland

Raymond Ashley Fulton.About music-related services in Northern Ireland

Canon Terrence Pastor Kevin Declan Graham DL. Director of St. Bartholomew’s Church, Belfast.For service to the Reserve Forces and the Belfast community.

Mr. Leslie John Raymond Irvine. Irish Football Association International Referee Evaluator.For services to the Football Association

Reverend Derek James Johnston. Lead Chaplain of Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.Regarding pastoral services and welfare services during the novel coronavirus pandemic

Mr. Maurice Joseph Kennedy. Volunteer, Transportation Training Committee.For services to the transport and logistics industry in Northern Ireland and the UK

Helen Morag Keyes. She is an entrepreneur and a member of the Queen’s University Students’ Union.About services to entrepreneurship and innovation in agriculture

Mr. James Kilpatrick. Chairman of the RVH Liver Support Group.Services for people with liver disease and their carers in Northern Ireland

Mr. Henry James Kissock. Information and Communication Technology Service Delivery Manager, Northern Ireland Police.For service to communities in Northern Ireland

Mr. Robert James Martin.About services to drama in Northern Ireland

Sarah Mason. She is Chief Executive of the Women’s Aid Federation of Northern Ireland.For services to women and girls

Mrs. Elizabeth McCrory. Regional Head of UK Export Finance.About services for exporters in Northern Ireland

Mr. Robert William McVeigh.For services to the Commonwealth Games in Northern Ireland

Alison Jane Moffitt Robinson.Services to sports management and development in Northern Ireland

Ms. Leona O’Neill. Founder of the Boom Foundation.For services to charity fundraising for sarcoma patients

Mr. Harry Clive O’Neill.For charity work to communities in County Down

Mr. Brian Thomas James Purcell. These days I am the Northern District Manager for St John Ambulance.About volunteering in Northern Ireland

Mr. Anthony Martin Quinn. Most recently, he has been Business Development Director for Co-operation Ireland.About services to community relations in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Kimberly Louise Scott. She is most recently the Deputy Director-General of Education at the Education Authority.For educational services

Dr. Muhammad Saleem Khan Tareen. Psychiatrist at Northern Health and Social Care Trust.About services for mental health and community development in Northern Ireland

  • Medalist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

The Rev. William Matthew Adair, Canon, St. Columba’s Parish, Portadown.For services to the Church of Ireland and the community of Portadown, County Armagh.

Mrs. Valerie Beatty.For our service to the community of County Antrim.

Mr. William Archibald Bingham. Chair of the Newcastle and Morne Cancer Research Committee.About our services to fundraise for cancer research in County Down

Mrs. Winifred Patricia Bownes. Volunteer Coordinator for the Cookstown Monday Club.About our service to the community of Cookstown, County Tyrone

Dr. John Morrison Brown.For service to the community of County Tyrone

Mr. Robert James Buchanan. Chairman of the Londonderry branch of the Royal Naval Society.About volunteering for veterans

Mrs. Joy Henrietta Mary Coulter. Most recently Building and Cleaning Supervisor at Brookborough Primary School, Co. Fermanagh.For educational services

Mr. David Couples.For service to the community of County Tyrone

Mr. Michael Davidson. Volunteer and Trustee of the Royal Ulster Police George Cross Foundation.For volunteer activities

Mr. Trevor Samuel John Douglas. General Manager of Belfast Cathedral.For peacebuilding and community services in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Flanagan. Member of Ballymena Inner Wheel Club.Volunteering for the community in Ballymena, County Antrim

Claire Forsyth. Duke of Edinburgh Award Officer, Northern Ireland Probation Board.For services for the rehabilitation of offenders

Mr. Joseph William Garvey.For our service to the community of County Armagh.

Mr. Kenneth Matthew Gillespie.For serving young people through scouting

Mr. Jeffrey Frederick Buick Goldsbrough. Founder of Perennials Charity Rugby Club.About services to charities in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Bronner Mary Hegarty. She is the Lead Pharmacist for Covid-19 Patient Services and Procurement at Western Health and Social Care Trust.For services to healthcare and pharmacy

Mr. Donald Alexander Hill.For service to the community of County Londonderry

Lena Moira Hutchinson.Volunteering for the community in Larne, County Antrim

Mrs. Vivian Jess. Educational Training Services, Learning Center Manager.For services to the defense and community of Northern Ireland

Mrs. Monica Ann Johnston. Admission/Discharge Coordinator, Neuroscience, Belfast Health and Social Care.For services to nursing and the community of Northern Ireland

Mrs. Anne Marie Kelly. She is most recently Regional Office Manager for the Northern Ireland Organ Donation Service.About organ donation and transplant services in Northern Ireland

Mr. William James David King.About our services to the Northern Ireland Football Association

Mrs. Joan Linus.For services to the Girls’ Brigade and the community of Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland.

Mr. Jeremy Paul McCluskey. Front entrance and guard, G4S security.Public services, especially during the coronavirus pandemic

Mr. Robert John McCormick. He is the leader of the security team at Hillsborough Castle and Gardens.For public services

Mr. Patrick Eugene McGeehan. Coach of Santos Football Club.Volunteering with the Northern Ireland Football Association

Edna McIlveen, Mrs. Myrtle; Volunteer Manager at Killyleagh Community Charity Shop.Volunteering for communities in County Down

Mr. Deon Frederick McNeely. Chairman of Newcastle Athletics Club, County Down.About services to athletics venues in Northern Ireland

Mr. Robin John Mercer. Managing Director of Hillmount Garden Center.About services for business and economy in Northern Ireland

Adrian David Morrow. Estate Manager of Glenarm Castle and Chief Executive of the Irish Grouse Conservation Trust.For habitat protection and community volunteering in County Antrim.

Mr. Brian Phillips. Volunteer with the Irish Guards Association.For services to Armed Forces Charities in Northern Ireland

Leslie Porter. Personal Assistant to the Principal, Oakgrove Integrated College, Derry-Londonderry.About services for reconciliation in Northern Ireland

Mr. Derek Mark Preston.For services to Northern Ireland Prisons and Northern Ireland Charities

Mr. John Alexander Alistair Smith.For volunteering and charity work to the community of Limavady, County Londonderry.

Mrs. Margaret Pearl Sterling. She is a faculty member in the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen’s University Belfast.About services to higher education in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Eileen Linda Stewart. Armagh Business Center Manager.Entrepreneurship, economic regeneration and community service in Armagh, Northern Ireland

Mrs. Janet Alexandra Thompson.For services to the Scouting movement in Northern Ireland

Mrs. Florence Diane Walker. Founder and leader of Country Playgroup.About services to early childhood education in County Antrim

Mr Adam Samuel Watson, dairy farmer of Coleraine.Mental health services in Northern Ireland’s farming communities

Mrs. Sylvia Joan West.For service to the community of County Down

Venerable Thomas Roderick West. Minister of the Church of Ireland.For service to the community of County Down

Mr. David Wheeler. Chairman of Lisnascare Rovers Football Club.For services to County Fermanagh Football Association

Mr Martin John White.About music-related services in Northern Ireland

  • Kings Police Medal (KPM)

Mr. Samuel Paul Henderson.Recently, Detective Constable of Northern Ireland Police

Nicola Marie Marshall.Detective Chief Inspector, Northern Ireland Police Service

Mr Kieran Quinn.Inspector Northern Ireland Police

  • King’s Fire Service Medal (KFSM)

Mr. Thomas Stanley Torbit.Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service Duty Commander

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