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Queen's Birthday Honours List

The Queen's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee Honours List 2012
The Order of New Zealand
The Queen has been pleased on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee, to make the following appointments to The Order of New Zealand:
ONZ
To be Additional Members of the said Order:
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT, OM, GBE, AC, QSO, PC, of London, United Kingdom. For services to New Zealand.
Dame Margaret Clara Bazley, DNZM, of Wellington. For services to New Zealand.
Sir Peter Robert Jackson, KNZM, of Wellington. For services to New Zealand.
Dame Malvina Lorraine Major, GNZM, DBE, of Hamilton. For services to New Zealand.
Dated at Wellington this 4th day of June 2012
REBECCA KITTERIDGE, Secretary and Registrar, The Order of New Zealand.
The New Zealand Order of Merit
The Queen has been pleased on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee, to make the following appointments to The New Zealand Order of Merit:
DNZM
To be Dames Companion of the said Order:
Mrs Mabel June Hinekahukura Mariu, CNZM, QSM, JP, of Waitakere City. For services to Māori and the community.
Mrs Pieter Ane Stewart, of Darfield. For services to fashion and the community.
Ms Beverley Anne Wakem, CBE, of Porirua. For services to the State.
KNZM
To be Knights Companion of the said Order:
Dr The Honourable Michael John Cullen, of Whakatane. For services to the State.
Dr Roderick Sheldon Deane, of Wellington. For services to business and the community.
Mr John James Patrick Kirwan, ONZM, MBE, of Treviso, Italy. For services to mental health and rugby.
Mr Maarten Laurens Wevers, CNZM, of Wellington. For services to the State.
CNZM
To be Companions of the said Order:
Mr Neville Alexander Crichton, of Auckland. For services to yachting and business.
The Honourable Justice John Warwick Gendall, of Wellington. For services to the State and sport.
Mr Stephen William Hansen, of Christchurch. For services to rugby.
Mr Michael James Houstoun, of Feilding. For services as a pianist.
Ms Jane Christine Huria, of Christchurch. For services to corporate governance.
Mr Owen Marshall Jones, ONZM, of Timaru. For services to literature.
Mrs Anne Norman, of Auckland. For services to business.
Mr David Norman, of Auckland. For services to business.
His Excellency Mr Paul Thomas O'Sullivan, of Canberra, Australia. For services to Australia-New Zealand relations.
Mr Christopher William Saines, of Auckland. For services to the arts.
Mr John Shewan, of Wellington. For services to business.
Professor Peter Donald Graham Skegg, of Dunedin. For services to medical law.
Mr Wayne Ross Smith, of Cambridge. For services to rugby.
Mr John Lewis Spencer, of Wellington. For services to business.
Professor Christine Winterbourn, of Christchurch. For services to science.
ONZM
To be Officers of the said Order:
Mr Philip Brendan Aldridge, of Christchurch. For services to theatre.
Emeritus Professor Peter Leonard Bergquist, of Auckland. For services to science.
Mr Leon Martyn Theodore Blanchet, of Leeston. For services to athletics.
Mrs Robyn Denise Broughton, MNZM, of Invercargill. For services to netball.
Mr Geoffrey John Chapple, of Auckland. For services to tramping, tourism and literature.
Assistant Commissioner David Mark Cliff, of Rangiora. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
Mr Shane William Cotton, of Palmerston North. For services to the visual arts.
Mr Michael Thomas Eagle, of Christchurch. For services to rugby.
Ms Fiona Farrell, of Akaroa. For services to literature.
Mr Gregory William Gent, of Ruawai. For services to the dairy industry and corporate governance.
Mr Thomas James Gerrard, JP, of Auckland. For services to education.
Dr Ronald George Gibson, of Morrinsville. For services to veterinary science.
Mr David Timothy Gibson, of Wellington. For services to the film and television industry.
Mr Richard Alan Guy, of Waipu. For services to rugby.
Mr Brian Martin Hight, of Auckland. For services to agricultural publishing.
Mr Nigel Raymond Latta, of Auckland. For services as a psychologist.
Mr Graham Leonard Malaghan, of Auckland. For services to medical research and philanthropy.
Mr Bret Peter Tarrant McKenzie, of Wellington. For services to music and film.
Mr Peter Joseph McLeavey, of Wellington. For services to the arts.
Ms Margaret Medlyn, of Wellington. For services to opera.
Mr Nicholas Mark Mills, of Wellington. For services to basketball.
Mr Clive Paton, of Martinborough. For services to viticulture and conservation.
Mr John Puhiatau Pule, of Auckland. For services as an author, poet and painter.
Professor John Patrick Shaw, of Auckland. For services to the health sector.
Mr Robert William Stanic, QSM, JP, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Mr John Andrew Sturgeon, MBE, of Runanga. For services to rugby.
Mrs Margaret Clair Tapper, of Auckland. For services to education and the community.
Ms Bridget Rosamund Williams, MBE, of Wellington. For services to publishing.
MNZM
To be Members of the said Order:
Mr Edward George Allen, of Martinborough. For services to music.
Sergeant Noel Francis Bigwood, of Waikanae. For services to Land Search and Rescue.
Mr James Alexander Blair, of Upper Hutt. For services to athletics.
Ms Susan Jane Bree, of Opua. For services to midwifery.
Mr Alister Douglas Malcolm Brown, of Wellington. For services as a chef.
Ms Fiona Louise Campbell, of Wanaka. For services to art philanthropy.
Mr Gary William Chapman, of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. For services to New Zealand-United Arab Emirates relations.
Ms Dale Devereux Copeland, of Okato. For services to the arts.
Mr Ross Alexander Corrigan, JP, of Hawera. For services to farming and the community.
Mrs Patricia Anne Cunniffe, of Wanganui. For services to the community.
Dr Peter James Foley, of Napier. For services to health.
Mr Lindsay Galloway, of Christchurch. For services to Chatham Islands agriculture.
Ms Temepara Anne George, of Auckland. For services to netball.
Mr John Anthony Gibson, of Auckland. For services to engineering and the community.
Mr Robert Gordon Henderson, of Auckland. For services to sporting aviation.
Mr William Beau Holland, of Tauranga. For services to the community.
Ms Tracey Tania Houpapa, JP, of Hamilton. For services to business and Māori.
Mr David Douglas Charles Ivory, of Christchurch. For services to education and the community.
Mrs Janet Muriel Jensen, of Morrinsville. For services to the community.
Dr James Arthur Judson, of Auckland. For services to intensive care medicine.
Mr Phelim Thaddeus Keinzley, of Greytown. For services to football.
Ms Irene Livingston, of Lower Hutt. For services to the community.
Mr Dean Robert Lonergan, of Auckland. For services to sport and philanthropy.
Mr Jordan William Hunter Luck, of Auckland. For services to music.
Ms Peta Christine Mathias, of Auckland. For services as an author and television presenter.
Ms Robyn Mathieson, of Wellington. For services to fashion.
Mr James Millton, of Gisborne. For services to the wine industry.
Dr Robert Bruce Morrison, DSM, of Cambridge. For services to medicine and the community.
Mr Dennis Anthony O'Rourke, of Palmerston North. For services to the Police and the community.
Ms Brenda Perry, of Auckland. For services to women's tennis.
Mr Robert Hedley Renwick, of Hamilton. For services to the motor vehicle industry.
Mr Trevor Shailer, of Wellington. For services to sport and the community.
Mr John David Thomas, of Auckland. For services to surf life saving.
Colonel Hugh Gourlay Trengrove, of Auckland. For services to forensic science.
Mr Alfred James Wakefield, of Rangiora. For services to harness racing.
Mr Gary Michael Williams, of Christchurch. For services to disability support.
Mrs Vera Whakaaronui Wilson, of Ohakune. For services to Māori, music and the community.
Mr Richard Harvey Wood, of Tauranga. For services to the State.
HONORARY
ONZM
To be Honorary Officers of the said Order:
Mr Kap-Chong Chi, OBE, of Seoul, Republic of Korea. For services to New Zealand-Korean relations.
Mr Robert de Leur, of Auckland. For services to the building industry.
Mr Joseph Bruce Letteri, of Wellington. For services to film.
MNZM
To be an Honorary Member of the said Order:
Mr Stephen Ronald McKean, of New Plymouth. For services to sport.
Dated at Wellington this 4th day of June 2012
REBECCA KITTERIDGE, Secretary and Registrar, The New Zealand Order of Merit.
The Queen's Service Order
The Queen has been pleased on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee, to make the following appointments to The Queen's Service Order:
QSO
To be Companions of the said Order:
Dr Thomas Stephen Clarkson, of Lower Hutt. For services to Land Search and Rescue.
Ms Hiria Hape, JP, of Taneatua. For services to the State.
Mr Lewis Ruihi Moeau, ED, JP, of Wellington. For services to the State.
The Honourable Simon James Power, of Auckland. For services as a Member of Parliament.
Mr Mark Rhys Weldon, of Queenstown. For services to the community and business.
The Queen's Service Medal
The Queen has been pleased on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee, to make the following awards of The Queen's Service Medal:
QSM
Mrs Dorothy Rosemary Acland, of Peel Forest. For services to the community.
Ms Ruahine Albert, JP, of Hamilton. For services to Māori and the community.
Mrs Janet Bryce Anderson, of Queenstown. For services to education.
Mr Rainus James Baker, of Whakatane. For services to people with an intellectual disability.
Mr Antony David Baker, of Picton. For services to maritime safety and marine conservation.
Mrs Claire Lynette Ballantyne, of Christchurch. For services to ophthalmology and the community.
Mrs Shona Joyce Beck, of Kaitangata. For services to the community.
Mr Paul Francis Berry, of Greymouth. For services to the community.
Ms Yvonne Moana Bidois, of Rotorua. For services to Māori.
Mr Eric Alexander Bonny, of Woodville. For services to the community.
Ms Megan Christine Bowden, of Auckland. For services to primary education.
Chief Fire Officer James Nigel Bowmar, of Wellsford. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
Mr Roderick de Bolton Bryant, of Hamilton. For services to the community.
Mr Lindsay Robert Burnell, of Levin. For services to the community.
Ms Takawhiti Te Oraiti Calcott, of Otaki. For services to Māori and education.
Mr Lenh Phong Chin, of Auckland. For services to the Chinese community.
Mr Brian Mansel Diver, of Tauranga. For services to youth sport.
Mr Wade Thomas Doak, of Whangarei. For services to marine conservation.
Mr Garrick Albert Dumble, JP, of Timaru. For services to the community.
Mrs Kathleen Ellen Egan, of Napier. For services to the community.
Mrs Judith Eirene Finn, of Te Aroha. For services to the community.
Sister Marie Annie Fitzpatrick, of Dunedin. For services to the community.
Mrs Carol Ann Fowler, of Motueka. For services to the community.
Detective Inspector Andrew James Gallagher, of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
Inspector Brendon James Gibson, of Wellington. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
Dr Adriana Gunder, JP, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Mr Renzie Jon Hanham, of Kaiapoi. For services to karate.
Mr Hohepa Joseph Harawira, of Whakatane. For services to sawmillers' health.
Professor Glyn John Harper, of Palmerston North. For services to historical research.
Mr Hemi Hema, of Hamilton. For services to the deaf.
Mr Colin Edward Heslop, of Culverden. For services to the community.
Ms Antonia Maria Jenkins, of Christchurch. For services to conservation.
Mr David Murray Land, of Taupo. For services to the community.
Mr Graeme Alister Leggat, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Mrs Alison Macaulay Linscott, of Timaru. For services to the community.
Mr John Shaw Lockyer, of Feilding. For services as a rugby referee.
Mr Edward Matchitt, of Opotiki. For services to Māori.
Mrs Yeverley Kristine McCarthy, of Wanaka. For services to the community.
Mr Richard John Russell McDonnell, of Auckland. For services to brass bands.
Mrs Shirley Ann McGlinchey, of Hawera. For services to the community.
Mr Ross John McKenzie, of Kaiapoi. For services to Scouting New Zealand.
Mr Ian Murray McKinnon, JP, of Auckland. For services to athletics.
Ms Erin Rose McMenamin, of Lower Hutt. For services to the community.
Senior Sergeant Richard Oliver McPhail, of Gore. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
Mr Alan Albert McQuarters, of Ashburton. For services to the community.
Mr Athol Euan McQueen, of Wellington. For services to rail transport and education.
Mrs Nancy Merriman, JP, of Mount Maunganui. For services to the community.
Mr James Harding Crosby Morris, of Omarama. For services to the community.
Mrs Patricia Mary Morrison, of Wellington. For services to the prison library service.
Dr David Henry Mossman, of Havelock North. For services to veterinary science.
Mrs Nirmala Devi Nand, JP, of Palmerston North. For services to the community.
Mrs Freda Narev, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Mrs Jillian Clare Nerheny, of North Shore City. For services to the community.
Mrs Valda Mae Peacock, of Waipukurau. For services to theatre.
Ms Frances Karen Pointon, of Lower Hutt. For services to Māori and the deaf community.
Ms Carol Linda Quirk, of Opotiki. For services to surf life saving.
Mr Davinder Singh Rahal, JP, of Auckland. For services to the Indian community.
Mr John Wiremu Ransfield, of Rotorua. For services to the New Zealand Police and the community.
Mr Gerald Stanley Rea, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Mr Brian Edward Roberts, of Christchurch. For services to aviation.
Mrs Robyn Mary Gaye Simmons, of Blenheim. For services to highland dancing.
Ms Ariana Simpson, of Hamilton. For services to Māori and the community.
Mr Noel Terrence Steele, of Totara Flat. For services to hockey.
Mrs Verna Elizabeth Stevens, of Gore. For services to the RSA and the community.
Mrs Susan Marie Stevens, of Queenstown. For services to the community.
Mr John Dougal Stevenson, of Dunedin. For services to broadcasting.
Mr James Michael Strang, of Christchurch. For services to New Zealand-Nepal relations.
Mr Mujeeb Syed, of Auckland. For services to the Muslim community.
Mr David Tamatea, of Opunake. For services to disability support and Māori.
Mr Tavale Tanuvasa, of Auckland. For services to education.
Mr Colin Charles Thomas, of Northland. For services to the New Zealand Fire Service.
Mrs Robyn Frances Towersey, of Whakatane. For services to health and the community.
Mr Hugh Davidson Treadwell, JP, of Taupo. For services to the community.
Mr John Mark von Dadelszen, of Hastings. For services to the community.
Mr Patrick David Waite, JP, of Porirua. For services to the community.
Chief Fire Officer John Allan Walker, of Coromandel. For services to the community.
Mrs Vicki Louise Wall, of Lower Hutt. For services to people with disabilities.
Mrs Brenda Woolley, of Christchurch. For services to Urban Search and Rescue.
Mr Kuan Cheong Yap, JP, of Auckland. For services to the community.
Dated at Wellington this 4th day of June 2012
REBECCA KITTERIDGE, Secretary and Registrar, The Queen’s Service Order.
The New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration
The Queen has been pleased on the occasion of the celebration of Her Majesty's Birthday and Diamond Jubilee, to make the following awards of The New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration:
New Zealand Defence Force
DSD
Major David Bruce Ackroyd, of Upper Hutt. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Lieutenant Layamon John Bakewell, of North Shore City. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Squadron Leader Aaron Douglas Benton, of Auckland. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Richard McAslan, of Burnham. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Warrant Officer Class 1 Christopher James Wilson, of Upper Hutt. For services to the New Zealand Defence Force.
Dated at Wellington this 4th day of June 2012
REBECCA KITTERIDGE, Clerk of the Executive Council.

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