Queen's Birthday Honours List 2019
Queen's Birthday Honours 2019
In Scotland there are more than 100 recipients in The Queen's Birthday Honours, including:
Knighthoods for Professor Ian Boyd, for services to science and economics on food and the environment; Brian Donohoe, for parliamentary and political service, and Boyd Tunnock, for services to business and charity. A Damehood for Laura Lee, for services to cancer patients.
Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) include:
- Dr Alan McDevitt for services to the NHS and general practitioners in Scotland
- Professor Lorne Crerar for services to economic and community development in Scotland
- Stuart Patrick for services to business and the economy in Glasgow
- Lucy Juckes for services to education and literacy
- Professor Jason Leitch for services to healthcare and charity
- Ian Callum for services to the British car industry
Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) include:
- Richard Brickley for services to disability sport
- Theresa Breslin for services to literature
- Mark Gibson for services to heritage
- Margaret Berry for services to women in business and technology
- Joseph Mackie for services to the community in Scotland
- Boyd McAdam for services to young people
Among those to be made Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) are:
- Lesley Logan for services to healthcare and organ donation
- Rita Ciccu Moore for services to nursing and the NHS Forth Valley nurses choir
- Christine Sloan for services to people with disabilities and to tourism
- Sheila Whimster for services to the promotion of women in art
- Anne Barclay for services to the arts and charity
- Shereen Nanjiani for services to broadcasting in Scotland
- Tom Gilzean for services to charitable fundraising in Edinburgh
- Dr Ashok Bhuvanagiri for services to cultural cohesion and charity
- Gavin Lee for services to the Chinese community in Scotland
- Shelley Kerr for services to football
- Colin Dorrance for services to law and order, the remembrance of Pan Am Flight 103 and charity
- Charles Brown for voluntary services to veterans in Scotland
- Ken Brown for services to sport and broadcasting
Among those to become a Medallist of the Order of the British Empire (BEM) are:
- Helena Anderson-Wright for services to the arts in Aberdeenshire
- Jane Mayo for services to cultural heritage, business and charity in Argyll and Bute
- Marion Levett for services to women in abusive situations and the community in Clackmannanshire
- Michael Robertson for services to music in Angus
- Lorna Clyne for voluntary service to hockey in Scotland
- David Craig for services to outdoor education and canoeing on Speyside
- Hazel McAllan for services to the community in Aberdeen
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