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2003 Birthday Honours

The 2003 Queen's Birthday Honours were announced on 14 June 2003 for the United Kingdom[1] and on 2 June 2003 for New Zealand.[2]

The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour.


United KingdomEdit

Knight BachelorEdit

Order of the BathEdit

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath (KCB)Edit

Companion of the Order of the Bath (CB)Edit

Military Division

Civil Division

  • Catherine Elisabeth Dorcas, Mrs Bell, Director General, Services Group, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Terrance Dennis Byrne, Director General, Law Enforcement, H.M. Customs and Excise.
  • George Cubie, Clerk of Committees, House of Commons.
  • John Michael Dowdall. For public service.
  • John Gant, Director of Finance, Inland Revenue.
  • Roy Jason Griffins, Director, Aviation Directorate, Department for Transport.
  • Stephen Geoffrey Hewitt, Business Design Director, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Gordon Hextall, Chief Operating Officer, Programme and Systems Delivery, Department for Work and Pensions.
  • Christopher Stephen Kerse, Second Counsel to the Chairman of Committees and Legal Adviser to the European Union Committee, House of Lords.
  • John MacDonald Lyon, lately Director General, Policing and Crime Reduction Group, Home Office.
  • Hugh Finlay MacDiarmid, Solicitor to the Advocate General for Scotland.
  • Clive Murray Norris, Director, Fire, Health and Safety Directorate, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister.
  • Stephen Wentworth, Fisheries Director, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Order of St Michael and St GeorgeEdit

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St George (GCMG)Edit

Knight Commander of the Order of St Michael and St George (KCMG)Edit

Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG)Edit

  • Richard Harding Alford, O.B.E., Director Italy, British Council.
  • Andrew Robert Fowell Buxton. For services to UK trade.
  • Judge Ian Burns Campbell, lately Deputy High Representative for Legal Affairs, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Bruce Harry Dinwiddy, Governor, Cayman Islands.
  • Dr Carol Dow, Chief Medical Adviser, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Edward Charles Glover, M.V.O., lately British High Commissioner, Georgetown.
  • Air Vice-Marshal Hubert Desmond Hall, C.B., C.B.E., A.F.C. For services to UK-Australia relations.
  • Nigel Norman Inkster, Counsellor, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • Michael Kirkwood, Chairman, American Financial Services Association. For services to the City and to the US Financial Community in the UK.
  • Brigadier Graeme Cameron Maxwell Lamb, O.B.E., late The Queen's Own Highlanders.
  • Professor Michael Lipton, Founding Director, Poverty Research Unit, University of Sussex. For services to International Development.
  • John MacCalman (Ian) Little, C.B.E., lately member of the UK delegation to the European Economic and Social Committee and President of its Employers Group.
  • Dr Rosalind Mary Marsden, Director Asia-Pacific, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
  • John Michael Scott, lately Head, Rural Livelihoods Department, Department for International Development.
  • Percival Edward Tarling, Deputy Director-General, General Secretariat, Council of the European Union.

Royal Victorian OrderEdit

Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (KCVO)Edit

Commander of the Royal Victorian Order (CVO)Edit

  • The Honourable Ronald Joseph Arculli, O.B.E., Chairman, The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, International Association.
  • Major Nicholas Michael Lancelot Barne, L.V.O., Comptroller, Equerry and Private Secretary to The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.
  • Martin Charles Brian Bonsey, L.V.O., formerly Official Secretary, Government House, Canberra.
  • Dr Andrew Louis Hamilton Gailey, House Master, Eton College.
  • Sir Peter Harold Reginald Marshall, K.C.M.G., formerly Chairman, Joint Commonwealth Societies’ Council.
  • Mary, Lady Carew Pole, L.V.O., Lady in Waiting to The Princess Royal.
  • Kenneth Robert Williams, Q.P.M. For services to the Norfolk Constabulary.

Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)Edit

  • Helen Andrea Louise, Mrs Cross, M.V.O., Secretary to the Private Secretary to The Queen.
  • Richard Francis Dobb, Secretary, Corporation of Trinity House.
  • Roger Martin Eldridge, Managing Director, Camera Press Limited.
  • Colonel David Valentine Fanshawe, O.B.E., Lieutenant, Her Majesty's Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.
  • Miss Charlotte Elizabeth Manley, O.B.E., Private Secretary and Treasurer to The Duke of York.
  • Jonathan Mark Marsden, Deputy Surveyor of The Queen's Works of Art.
  • Terence John Regan. For services to The Duke of Edinburgh's Award.
  • John Garrett Speirs, C.B.E., formerly Chairman, UK Faculty, The Prince of Wales's Business and the Environment Programme.
  • Colin David Tweedy, O.B.E., Chief Executive, Arts and Business.

Member of the Royal Victorian Order (MVO)Edit

  • Kenneth John Appleby, Senior Property Officer, St James's Palace.
  • Nigel Marcus Baker, formerly Assistant Private Secretary to The Prince of Wales.
  • Stephen Harvey Caldwell, formerly Senior Property Officer, Windsor Castle.
  • Major (Matthew) Munro Davidson, M.B.E., B.E.M., Superintendent, Windsor Castle.
  • Gillian Mary, Mrs Frampton, Nursing Sister, Windsor Castle.
  • David Moffat, formerly Director of Private Clients, Aon Limited.
  • Jeremy George Pontin, formerly Land Steward, Isles of Scilly, Duchy of Cornwall.
  • Richard Anthony Skinner, formerly Director of Bentley and Skinner.
  • Malcolm Richard Slater, Sales Manager, Bentley Mulliner.
  • Warrant Officer Class 1 Brian Howard Michael Smith, M.B.E., M.S.M., Superintending Clerk, Household Division.
  • Frederick George Stickler, Chief Forestry Officer, Crown Estate.
  • Caroline Francesca, Mrs Todhunter, formerly Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Representative, Queen Mary's Clothing Guild.

Royal Victorian MedalEdit

Royal Victorian Medal (Gold)Edit

  • Anthony Vernon Parnell, R.V.M., Foreman, Sandringham House.
  • Ashley John Sadler, R.V.M., Mechanic, Sandringham Estate.

Bar to the Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)Edit

  • Robert John Pine, R.V.M., Pastry Sous Chef, Royal Household.

Royal Victorian Medal (Silver)Edit

  • Michael Norman Back, Assistant Manager, Public Enterprises, Sandringham Estate.
  • Constable Charles Clement Collings, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection, Metropolitan Police.
  • Stephen Allan Grassick, Joiner, Balmoral Estate.
  • Constable Ronald James Hayward, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection, Metropolitan Police.
  • Christopher David Hillyard, Special Vehicles Manager, Alstom Transport.
  • Frederick Arthur Ind, Estate Worker, Highgrove Estate.
  • Raymond Frederick Keates, Painter and Decorator, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Mark Geoffrey Lisk, Gardener, Sunninghill Park.
  • Charles George Lockyer, Telephone Engineer, Royal Household.
  • John Henry Melton, Tractor Driver, Sandringham Country Park.
  • Colin Missenden, formerly Divisional Sergeant Major, The Queen's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard.
  • Keith Thomas Parker, Warden, Windsor Castle.
  • Ivor Benjamin Reeves, Part-time Security Officer, Eton College.
  • Roy John Reeves, Gardener, Crown Estate, Windsor.
  • Arthur Malcolm Smith, Chef de Partie, Royal Household.
  • Wayne Laurence Sutton, Chauffeur to the Governor of Tasmania.
  • Constable Russell Wood, Royalty and Diplomatic Protection, Metropolitan Police.

Order of the Companions of Honour (CH)Edit

Order of the British EmpireEdit

Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE)Edit

Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire (KBE)Edit

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

Military Division

Civilian Division

  • Christopher Nigel Banks. Chair, Learning and Skills Council's Young People's Learning Committee and Chair, London Employers' Coalition. For services to Young People and the Unemployed.
  • John Bartle. For services to Advertising, Charity and Education.
  • Simon Russell Beale. Actor. For services to Drama.
  • Edward Geoffrey Beardsall. Director, Business Development and Deputy chief executive, HM Land Registry, Lord Chancellor's Department.
  • Robert Beckham. Director, Intellectual Property Rights, Defence Procurement Agency, Ministry of Defence.
  • Marcus de la Poer Beresford. Lately chief executive, GKN plc. For services to the Engineering Industry Worldwide.
  • Ms Christina Ann Bienkowska. Divisional manager, Strategy and Performance Division, Department for Education and Skills.
  • Mrs Margaret Janet Bloom. Director, Competition Enforcement, Office of Fair Trading.
  • Dr Ian Gibb Bogle. Chair of Council, British Medical Association. For services to Medicine.
  • Derek Arnold Boothman. Non-Executive director, Remploy. For services to Disabled People and to the Accounting Profession.
  • Christopher Paul Brearley. Director, Methodology and Information, Social Services Inspectorate, Department of Health.
  • Mrs Mary Teresa Breslin. Lately managing Partner, Total Engineering. For services to Business and to the community in Londonderry.
  • Richard David Briers, OBE. Actor. For services to Drama.
  • Alan Britten. Lately Chair, English Tourism Council.
  • Andrew Gibson Brown, QPM. Chief Constable, Grampian Police. For services to the Police.
  • James Thomas Brown. Head, Public Health Division, Health Department, Scottish Executive.
  • George Brumwell. General secretary, Union of Construction, Allied Trades and Technicians and Member, Health and Safety Commission. For services to the Construction Industry.
  • Thomas William Cain, QC. Lately First Deemster. For services to the Administration of Justice in the Isle of Man.
  • Andrew Robertson Campbell, OBE, JP, DL. Convenor, Dumfries and Galloway Council. For services to Local Government and to Agriculture.
  • Miss Susan Catherine Campbell, MBE. Chief executive, Youth Sports Trust. For services to Sport.
  • Mrs Anthea Fiendley Case. Director, National Heritage Memorial Fund. For services to Heritage.
  • Alan Herbert Cherry, MBE, DL. Chairman, Countryside Properties plc and Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd. For services to Urban Regeneration and the Housebuilding Industry.
  • Cdr David Julian Childs. Founder, National Memorial Arboretum.
  • Richard John Clayton. Assistant Legal Adviser, Home Office.
  • William Connolly. Actor and Comedian. For services to Entertainment.
  • Anthony Cooper. Headteacher, Aldercar Community College, Derbyshire. For services to Education.
  • Professor Joseph Mordaunt Crook. For services to Architectural History.
  • James Roderick Alexander Cumming. Chief executive, Highlands and Islands Enterprise. For services to Economic Development.
  • Ms Monica Darnbrough. Director, Bioscience Unit, Department of Trade and Industry.
  • Ian Frederic Hay Davison. For charitable services, especially to the Arts.
  • Mike Deegan. Chief executive, Central Manchester and Manchester Children's University Hospitals NHS Trust. For services to the NHS.
  • Andrew Dillon. Chief executive, National Institute for Clinical Excellence.
  • Mrs Elizabeth Eccles. Head of Resource Allocation, Department of Health.
  • David Albert Edmonds. Director general of Telecommunications, OFTEL.
  • Professor Kay-Tee Khaw-Fawcett. Professor of Clinical Gerontology, University of Cambridge. For services to Medicine.
  • Iain George Thomas Ferguson. Chief executive, Tate and Lyle plc. For services to the Food Industry.
  • Simon Joseph Fraser. Founder chairman, Fibrowatt Ltd. For services to the Renewable Energy Industry.
  • Mrs Adrienne Sheila Fresko. Deputy Chair, Audit Commission. For services to Local Government and to the Health Service.
  • William Leslie Gardner. Lately chief Veterinary Officer, Scotland, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
  • Mrs Helen Mary Gilchrist. Principal, Bury College. For services to Further Education.
  • Alan Raymond Gillespie. For services to the Northern Ireland Economy and the Commonwealth Development Corporation.
  • David Jon Gilmour. Songwriter, Guitarist and Singer. For services to Music.
  • Charles Philip Graf. Lately chief executive, Trinity Mirror. For services to Regional Newspapers.
  • Alan Thomas Grieve. Chairman, Jerwood Foundation. For services to the Arts.
  • Eric Hagman. Chairman, Audit Committee, Scottish Enterprise. For services to Economic Development.
  • Peter Hampson, QPM. Chief Constable, West Mercia Police. For services to the Police.
  • William George Hastings, OBE. Chairman, Hastings Hotels Group. For services to the Northern Ireland Economy and the Hotel Sector.
  • David Peter Hemery, MBE. Lately president UK Athletics. For services to Athletics.
  • Pierre Francois Horsfall, OBE. For services to the community on Jersey.
  • Howell Meirion Harris Hughes. Secretary to the Church Commissioners.
  • Mrs Sandra Pauline Hunt. Assistant chief executive, London Borough of Newham. For services to Urban Regeneration in London.
  • George Iacobescu. Chief executive, Canary Wharf Group. For services to Regeneration and Inward Investment.
  • Colin Ray Jackson, OBE. Athlete. For services to Sport.
  • Terence Jagger. Director, Defence Evaluation Research Agency Partnering Team, Ministry of Defence.
  • Gary Jones. For services to Emergency Nursing.
  • Anish Kapoor. Sculptor. For services to the Arts.
  • Thomas Joseph Kavanagh. Secretary, Gaming Board for Great Britain.
  • Simon John Keenlyside. Opera Singer. For services to Music.
  • Dr Mary Paula Jane King Kilbane. Chief executive, Eastern Health and Social Services Board. For services to Health Care in Northern Ireland.
  • Professor Peter Thomas Kirstein. Professor of Computer Systems, University College London. For services to Internetworking Research.
  • Miss Christine Knott. Chief Officer, Greater Manchester Probation Area. For services to the Probation Service.
  • Professor Hermione Lee. Writer and Academic. For services to Literature.
  • Miss Jennifer Lee Leggott. Director of Service Improvement, Planning and Nursing, Nottingham City Hospital. For services to Nursing and Midwifery.
  • David Ian Lockwood. North West Area manager, HM Prison Service, Home Office.
  • John Christopher Lowry. Chairman, Standing Dental Advisory Committee. For services to Hospital Dental Surgery.
  • Gerald Cyril Manning, OBE. Member, Environment Agency Board. For services to Flood Defence and to the Environment.
  • David Arthur Ambler Marshall. Director general, Society of British Aerospace Companies. For services to Defence and Aerospace Industries.
  • Professor Gordon Marshall. Lately chief executive, Economic and Social Research Council. For services to Economic and Social Research.
  • Robert Crawford Martin. For public service.
  • Ms Judith McClure (Mrs Collins). Headteacher, St. George's School for Girls, Edinburgh. For services to Education in Scotland.
  • Iain Macleod McMillan. Director, CBI Scotland. For services to Lifelong Learning.
  • Deryk Mead. Chief executive, National Children's Homes. For services to Children.
  • Dr Dorothy Carnegie Moir. Director of Public Health, NHS Lanarkshire. For services to Public Health Medicine.
  • James William Charles Moir, LVO. Controller, BBC Radio 2. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Alfred Cosier Morris, DL. Vice-Chancellor, University of the West of England. For services to Higher Education.
  • Elwyn Rhys Moseley. Commissioner, Commission for Local Administration in Wales. For services to Local Government.
  • Neil Christopher Munro. Director, Revenue Policy, Inland Revenue.
  • Mrs Bushra Khanum Nasir. Headteacher, Plashet School, Newham. For services to Education.
  • Professor Linda Partridge, FRS, FRS. E., Weldon Professor of Biometry, University College London, and President of the Genetics Society. For services to Evolutionary Biology.
  • David Patterson. Founder and Emeritus president, Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies. For services to Jewish Studies.
  • Howard Wesley Petch, OBE. Regional Co-ordinator, Farm Crisis Network, Yorkshire and Humber. For services to Farming and to Rural Communities in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
  • Professor Colin Trevor Pillinger, FRS. Professor of Planetary Science, Open University. For services to Higher Education and to Science.
  • Professor Robert Pratt. Professor of Nursing and director, Richard Wells Research Centre. For services to Nurse Education.
  • George Richard Profit, OBE, AFC. For services to Aviation Safety.
  • Professor Christopher Graham Rapley. Director, British Antarctic Survey. For services to the Environmental Sciences.
  • Ian William Reeves. For services to Business and the Tomorrow's People Trust.
  • Brian Rigby. Lately Deputy chief executive, Office of Government Commerce, HM Treasury.
  • Dickon Hugh Wheelwright Robinson. Director, Development and Planning, Peabody Trust. For services to Housing.
  • Professor Martin Oliver Roland. Professor of General Practice and director of the National Primary Care Research and Development Centre, University of Manchester. For services to Medicine.
  • Michael David Sherrard, QC. Director of Advocacy, Middle Temple, London. For services to the Legal Profession.
  • Peter Anthony Smith. Lately General secretary of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers. For services to Education.
  • James Alexander Stephenson. Lately Chair, Advantage West Midlands. For services to Economic Regeneration, Partnership Working and Manufacturing in the West Midlands.
  • Ian Stopps. Chief executive, Lockheed Martin UK Ltd. For services to the Defence and Aerospace Industries.
  • John Crispian Strachan, QPM, DL. Chief Constable, Northumbria Police. For services to the Police.
  • Gordon Matthew Sumner, (Sting). Singer and Songwriter. For services to the Music Industry.
  • Ms Marion Hooper Tait, (Mrs Morse) OBE. Ballet Mistress, Birmingham Royal Ballet. For services to Dance.
  • Miss Sarah Ann Thane. Director of Programmes and Advertising, Independent Television Commission. For services to Broadcasting.
  • Miss Yvonne Thompson. Managing director, ASAP Communications Ltd. For services to Black and Ethnic Minority Business.
  • The Rt Rev Anthony Michael Arnold Turnbull. Lately Bishop of Durham and formerly Bishop of Rochester. For services to the Governance of the Church of England and to Regional Affairs.
  • Derek Turner. Lately managing director, Street Management, Transport for London. For services to Transport in London.
  • Professor Gordon Alexander Bryce Waddell. For services to Social Policy and Disability Assessment.
  • Ms Anne Margaret Watts, OBE. For services to Diversity.
  • Adrian Spencer Vaughan Williams. Headteacher, Bury St. Edmunds County Upper School, Suffolk. For services to Education.
  • Robert Barclay Woods. Group managing director, P&O Nedlloyd and president, Chamber of Shipping. For services to Shipping.
  • Mrs Charmaine Carolyn Young. Regeneration director, St. George, Berkeley Group. For services to Urban Regeneration.

Order of the British Empire (OBE)Edit

New ZealandEdit

Order of New Zealand (ONZ)Edit

The Right Honourable David Russell Lange C.H., Auckland.

Order of New Zealand (ONZ) – HonoraryEdit

Dr William Hayward Pickering KBE, California, United States America.

New Zealand Order of MeritEdit

Distinguished Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit (DCNZM)Edit

Eion Sinclair Edgar CNZM Dunedin For services to education, business and sport.
Mrs Alison Mary Roxburgh CBE QSO JP Nelson For services to women's affairs and the community.
Archie John Te Atawhai Taiaroa Taumarunui For services to Māori.
Mrs Robin Adair White Masterton For services to painting and printmaking.

Companion of The New Zealand Order of Merit (CNZM)Edit

Mrs Diana Valentine Best Wellington For services to women's health.
Dr Herbert Bramwell Cook Christchurch For services to medicine and the community.
The Honourable Anthony Arthur Travers Ellis Wellington For services as a Judge the High Court.
Mrs Elizabeth Aroha Mountain Ellis JP Auckland For services to Maori arts and crafts.
Dr Robin Frances Fancourt New Plymouth For services to children.
Dr Donald Harley Gray Auckland For services to orthopaedics.
Roger Leighton Hall QSO Auckland For services as a playwright.
Dr John Clarence Hinchcliff ONZM Pukekohe For services to education.
Paul Scott Holmes Auckland For services to broadcasting and the community.
Edward Douglas Langford Wellington For services to manufacturing and the community.
The Honourable James Kenneth McLay QSO Auckland For services to conservation.
Mrs Pamela Ann Murray Wellington For services to the community.

Officer of The New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM)Edit

Joseph James Wilson Bailey Wellington For public services, lately with the Department Courts.
Timothy Edward Sherman Bailey late Auckland For services to the motor industry and the community. (Deceased Her Majesty's approval to this appointment was signified before the date decease.)
John Daniel Barnett Auckland For services to the film industry.
Kevin Edward Dell Invercargill For services to brass bands and the community.
Professor William Alexander Denny Auckland For services to cancer research.
Robert Fenwick Auckland For services to business and export.
Ms Angela June Foulkes Wellington For services to the trade union movement and employment relations.
Rodger Denis Fox Auckland For services to music.
Charles Stewart Hunter Cambridge For services to harness racing.
Geoffrey Fyffe Lamb Auckland For services to orthopaedics and amputees.
Kuao Edmond Langsbury Dunedin For services to the community.
Mrs Margaret Rose Malcolm Dunedin For services to bowls.
Dr Bartholomew Robin Mann Christchurch For services to business and the community.
Dr David Wallace Marshall Napier For services to dentistry, local body affairs and the community.
Ms Anne Lysbeth Noble Wellington For services to photography.
Miss Josephine Moya Noble Auckland For services to children's literature.
Emeritus Professor Kevin Francis O'Connor Christchurch For services to the environment and agriculture.
Patrick Maurice Power Havelock North For services to opera.
Dr Roma Mere Roberts Auckland For services to Māori and science.
Mrs Collene Patricia Roche Auckland For services to education.
William Wilson Auckland For services to banking and commerce.
Kenneth Mark Wilton J.P. Masterton For services to local body affairs and the community.
Brigadier Timothy Charles Brewer E.D (A760587) Brigadiers' List, New Zealand Army Territorial Force.

Officer of The New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) – AdditionalEdit

Commander Alan John Ogilvie Martin MNZM (V23364) Royal New Zealand Navy.
Lieutenant Colonel Antony Michael Hayward (E49822) Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Dean Lewis Baigent (V49860) Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment.

Officer of The New Zealand Order of Merit (ONZM) – HonoraryEdit

Professor (John) Frank Thomas Griffin Dunedin For services to science.
Bruno Gilles Robert Jean-Marie Trouble Auckland For services to New Zealand – French relations.

Member of The New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM)Edit

William Arthur Cecil Abbiss Feilding For services to local government, farming and the community.
Mrs Joyce Armstrong Whangarei For services to the community.
Barry John Bean Mt Maunganui For services to education.
Paratene Jackson Bennett Rotorua For services to Māori and the community.
Mrs Marlene Joan Bennetts Christchurch For services to literature.
Santokh Singh Bhullar Taumarunui For services to the Sikh and Indian communities.
Ronald Manly Huia Bowater Nelson For services to the community.
Ms Elizabeth Butterfield Waiheke Island For services to the community.
Mrs Marise Ann-Millicent Chamberlain Christchurch For services to athletics.
Kai-Yin (Spencer) Cheung J.P. Christchurch For services to the Chinese community.
Michael Francis Clements J.P. Wellington For services to the community.
Mrs Meryl Marion Dickson Dunedin For services to the community.
Mrs Mirella Forti-Hall Auckland For services to the Italian community.
John William Goodwin Napier For services to horticulture.
Ivan Albert Hardgrave Porirua For services to local body affairs and the community.
Ernest Ian Richard Kidman Wellington For services to the Cambodian community.
The Reverend Henare Boydie Kirikiri Tolaga Bay For services to Maori.
Warren James Kyd Auckland For public services as a Member of Parliament.
Robert Kent Lester Feilding For services to motorsport and road safety.
Mrs Natalie Francis Lloyd Auckland For services to allergy awareness.
Wayne Robson Mackwood Papatoetoe For services to rugby league.
Alan Livesey Mason Feilding For services to horticulture and the community.
Harry Cassidy Midgley Wellington For services to the community.
(Vui) Stephen Sio Niumata Auckland For services to the Pacific Islands community.
Professor Emeritus Graham Alfred Nuthall Christchurch For services to education.
Mark O'Callaghan Taupo For services to sport.
Dennis Robert Paget Blenheim For services to the community.
John Robert Palmer Auckland Chief Inspector, New Zealand Police.
Magan Ranchhod JP Bombay, South Auckland For services to the Indian community.
Miss Ailsa Jean Salt Wellington For services to Parliament.
Alan John Sayers Whangaparaoa For services to sport and journalism.
Mrs Julie Seymour Christchurch For services to netball.
(Sydney) Campbell Smith Hamilton For services to the arts.
Warren Hastings Snow Auckland For services to the environment and the community.
Mrs Noeline Patricia Still Christchurch For services to Deaf persons.
Ms Elinor Stratford Greymouth For services to the community.
Dr Edward Laurie Pike Thew J.P. Manukau City For services to education.
Colin Edward Topp JP Auckland For services to the community.
Ms Linda Tuumuliga Vagana Auckland For services to netball.
Aalt Verkerk Christchurch For services to business and the Dutch community.
Mrs Alexandra Vranyac Wellington For services to the Greek community.
Norman Francis Walsh J.P. Dunollie, West Coast For services to local body and community affairs.
Neil Sinclair Watts Orewa For services to dental technology.
Ms Patricia Webster Nelson For services to international development and the community.
Leslie Wong Dunedin For services to the Chinese community.
David Victor Wong Hop Auckland For services to the Chinese community.
Lieutenant Colonel Shayne Rawhiti Gilbert (H49871) Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Clare Lynette Bennett (T55171) Royal New Zealand Army Education Corps.
Captain Micheal Bruce Ormond Duncan (Q49326) Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps.
Warrant Officer Electronics Technician Mark Eric Naldrett-Jays (E21693) Royal New Zealand Navy.

Member of The New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZM) – AdditionalEdit

Major Anthony Allan Downey (J51321) Royal New Zealand Army Logistic Regiment (Duke York's Own).
Squadron Leader Russell John Mardon (C990704) Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Warrant Officer Class One Margaret Browne (E53916) Royal New Zealand Army Logistic Regiment (Duke York's Own).

Queen's Service Order (QSO)Edit

Robert Campbell Croker Auckland. For Community Service
Ms Joyce Margaret Lavender Wellington. For Community Service
The Reverend Helen Margaret Aitken Martin Auckland. For Community Service
Mrs Janette Pamela Grace Scahill Whangarei. For Community Service
Eric George Walker Hokitika. For Community Service
Wallace Edward Woodley Christchurch. For Community Service
Ms Enid Pearl Leighton Whakatane. For Public Services
Robert Arapata Low J.P. Rotorua. For Public Services
The Honourable Murray John Finlay Luxton Wellington. For Public Services
Professor Wharehuia James Milroy Hamilton. For Public Services
Bruce Alan Palmer Christchurch. For Public Services
Dr Anisur Rahman Hamilton. For Public Services
Miss Pamela Avis Stone Auckland. For Public Services
Edward Rongomaiira Tamati JP New Plymouth. For Public Services
Dr Brian Anthony Tapper Palmerston North. For Public Services
Don Dayapala Wijewardana JP Wellington. For Public Services

Queen's Service Medal (QSM)Edit

Mrs Doreen Rosena Hilda Alexander Whangarei. For Community Service
Clarence Edward Rex (Pat) Batchelor Auckland. For Community Service
Peter Alfred Callahan Blenheim. For Community Service
Mrs Christine Winifred Chaplow Te Kuiti. For Community Service
Mrs Margery Charlton Auckland. For Community Service
David Shadbolt Christensen Christchurch. For Community Service
Douglas James Clarke Christchurch. For Community Service
Graham William George Crawshaw Arapohue, Dargaville. For Community Service
Titus De Silva Auckland. For Community Service
Mrs Ynys Joy Fraser Rotorua. For Community Service
Mrs Lois Hilary Galer Ophir, Central Otago. For Community Service
Ms Shona Joy Hammond-Boys Kihikihi. For Community Service
Mrs Jean Ruth McGaffin Rotorua. For Community Service
John Lachlan McKinnon Timaru. For Community Service
Mrs Isobel Ann McMillan Auckland. For Community Service
Mrs Gladys Wilma Madgwick Auckland. For Community Service
George Richardson Marriner Christchurch. For Community Service
Mrs Verona Mary Moynihan Napier. For Community Service
Mrs Jennifer Amy Murray New Plymouth. For Community Service
Mrs Katie Murray Kaitaia. For Community Service
Ms Paula Mariea O'Regan Blenheim. For Community Service
Mrs Kathleen Phillips Kaitaia. For Community Service
Roger James Robins Lower Hutt. For Community Service
Mrs Ethel Rita Robinson Palmerston North. For Community Service
Mrs Gaye Lynette Smith Gisborne. For Community Service
Mrs Jean Dorothy Swan Te Aroha. For Community Service
Mrs Yvonne May Sycamore J.P. Putaruru. For Community Service
Mrs Judith Ann Tamblyn Bulls. For Community Service
Mrs Glenys Walker Wellington. For Community Service
John Geddes Watson Auckland. For Community Service
Mrs Doreen Raey Wheeler Gisborne. For Community Service
Peter David Barber JP Auckland Principal Rural Fire Officer, Waitakere Rural Fire Authority. For Public Services
Mrs Margaret Anne Bayfield Wellington. For Public Services
Mrs Eileen Mary Brownlie Frasertown. For Public Services
Mrs Margaret Mary Burgess Auckland. For Public Services
Trevor Niall Burgess Auckland. For Public Services
Ms Deborah Bush Christchurch. For Public Services
Mr Leonard Patrick Harwood Taumarunui. For Public Services
Ms Lynette Claire Campbell Christchurch. For Public Services
Stewart Munro Davies Palmerston North. For Public Services
John Sefton Elworthy Upper Hutt. For Public Services
Murray Wilfred Evans New Plymouth Constable, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Mrs Marion Margaret Fowlie JP Tairua. For Public Services
Mrs Gail Teresa Gillespie Mangonui, Northland. For Public Services
Mrs Ann Meredith Graeme Tauranga. For Public Services
Basil Stanley Lindsay Graeme Tauranga. For Public Services
Ms Alison Mary Gray Wellington. For Public Services
Edwin Christopher Hansen JP Bluff. For Public Services
Dr Derek John Hardy Waihi. For Public Services
Cilla Ruruhira Henry J.P, Hamilton. For Public Services
Kerry Wayne Hilliard Palmerston North National Fire Coordinator, Department of Conservation. For Public Services
John Roger Kerswill Wellington. For Public Services
Ronald Douglas Mackie Rangiora. For Public Services
Dr Papali'i Semisi Ma'Ia'I Auckland. For Public Services
Leo Patrick Mangos Tauranga. For Public Services
Mrs Monica Mansbridge Kaikoura. For Public Services
Mrs Phillippa Helen Martin Manakau, Levin. For Public Services
Mrs Meremere Mangamaru Paitai Petricevich JP Kaitaia. For Public Services
Anaru Mita Pilmer Gisborne Chief Fire Officer, Matawai Volunteer Fire Brigade, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mrs Heather Mae Shaw Auckland. For Public Services
Barry Garnett James Shields Christchurch Assistant Regional Fire Commander, Transalpine Fire Region, New Zealand Fire Service. For Public Services
Mrs Betty Doris Simmonds Kaiapoi. For Public Services
Leonard Macdonald Simmonds JP Kaiapoi. For Public Services
Raymond Trevor Smith Auckland Sergeant, New Zealand Police. For Public Services
Mrs Erica Jill Stanley Wellington. For Public Services
Thomas Robert Trotter Karitane, Otago. For Public Services
Mrs Margaret Fergusson Waipara Porirua City. For Public Services
Mrs Seiuli Moira Maria Walker JP Orewa. For Public Services
Thomas Adrian Young Christchurch Constable, New Zealand Police. For Public Services

Queen's Service Medal (QSM) – HonoraryEdit

Miss Elizabeth Ann Hawley Kathmandu, Nepal.
Mrs Yumiko Nakayama Japan.


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  2. ^ "The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2003". Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. 2 June 2003. Retrieved 29 January 2016.
  3. ^ Anon (2003) "No. 56963". The London Gazette (1st supplement). 14 June 2003. p. 11.