New Year 2014 NZ Honours


DNZM (Dames Companion of the Order)

Trelise Pamela Cooper, MNZM, Auckland, services to fashion and community; Alison Mae Paterson, CNZM, QSO, Auckland, services to business.

KNZM (Knights Companion of Order)

Dr Noble Thomson Curtis, Rotorua, services to Maori education; Archbishop David John Moxon, Rome, services to Anglican Church; Robert John Parker, Christchurch, services to local body affairs and community; Peter James Vela, ONZM, Hamilton, services to thoroughbred industry.

CNZM (Companions of the Order)

Richard Miller Ballantyne, Christchurch, services to business and community; Frana Grace Cardno, QSO, Te Anau, for services to local government; Alastair Kinloch Carruthers, Auckland, services to arts governance; Justice Lester Hugh Chisholm, Christchurch, services to judiciary; Peter Charles Cooper, US, services to urban redevelopment; Prof Cynthia Margaret Farquhar, MNZM, Auckland, services to women's health; Earl Raymond Hagaman, Christchurch, services to business, tourism and philanthropy; Lieutenant-general Richard Rhys Jones, Wellington, services to the State; Donald Mitchell McKenzie, OBE, Waiheke Island, services to physiotherapy and the blind; Donald George McLaren, ONZM, Auckland, services to animal health industry and racing; Justice John Maurice Priestley QC, Auckland, services to judiciary; John Richard Reid, OBE, Auckland, services to cricket; Peter Ramsay Townsend, Christchurch, services to business and community; Karen Elizabeth Walker, MNZM, Auckland, services to fashion design.

CNZM (Honorary Companion of the Order)

Dr Kurt Michael Campbell, US, services to New Zealand-United States relations.

ONZM (Officers of the Order)

Dr Margaret Rosemary Nelson Agee, Auckland, services to mental health education; Jane Mary Annear, Timaru, services to local government; Graham Lindsay Blow, Wellington, services to astronomy; Peter Savery Braithwaite, Christchurch, services to education; Ronald Morrison Brown, Auckland, services to transport industry; Prof Robert Allan Buckle, Wellington, services to business and education; Hekenukumai Puhipi Busby, MBE, Whangarei, services to Maori; Adrian Lawrie Buttimore, Christchurch, services to treatment of kidney disease; Elizabeth Jean Chesterman, Christchurch, services to Cancer Society of New Zealand; John Gordon Coles, Waimate, services to local government; Ann Kaye Crosby, Hamilton, services to business and philanthropy; Bernard Thomas Crosby, Hamilton, services to business and philanthropy; Dr Stephen Latham Goldson, Christchurch, services to science; Wendy Ruth Hawke, Auckland, services to inter-country adoption; Marjorie Joe, MNZM, JP, Napier, services to Maori and community; Prudence Ann Kelly, Wellington, services to education; Thomas Craig Lambie, Pleasant Point, services to agriculture; Natalie Lavery, Upper Hutt, services to senior citizens; Alan David Livingston, Hamilton, services to sports and community; Dr Tearikivao Maoate, Christchurch, services to Pacific health; Patrick John McManus, Westport, services to local government; Susan May Morris, Taumaranui, services to local government; Prof Stephen Richard Munn, Auckland, services to health; Geoffrey Peter Murphy, Wellington, services to film; Maureen Helena Pugh, Kumara, services to local government; Prof Frederick William Seymour, North Shore, services to psychology; George Walter Hugh Vercoe, QSM, ED, Morrinsville, services to local government; Dale Williams, Otorohanga, services to local government and youth.

MNZM (Members of the Order)

Vailankanni Wenceslaus Melchoir Anthony, Auckland, services to New Zealand-India relations; Brooke Archbold, JP, Auckland, services to Coastguard; Douglas Charles Beilman, Paraparaumu, services to music; Jennifer Mary Bornholdt, Wellington, services as poet; Stephen John Boxer, Manukau, services to youth; Senior Sergeant Ian Thomas Campion, Tauranga, services to New Zealand Police and community; Eleanor Catton, Auckland, services to literature; Kevin Barry Chapman, Auckland, services to publishing; Allan Sedman Chisholm, Paraparaumu, services to music; Dr Harry Clark, Palmerston North, services to environmental science; Barry Roger Clarke, Dunedin, services to the community; Michael James Cooney, Tauranga, services to community; Peter Courtenay Dale, Te Horo, services to sport; Emeritus Prof John Frederick Davidson, Wellington, services to education and the arts; Sheryl Lorene Dawson, Tauranga, services to netball; Julia Ruth Einhorn, Te Aro, services to tertiary education and art; Dr Gary Brian Evans, Lower Hutt, services to science; Alexander William Familton, Palmerston, services to local government; Rita Taimalietane Fatialofa-Patolo, Auckland, services to sport; Karyn Wendy Fenton-Ellis, Ngaruawahia, services to community, arts and racing; Johanna Mary Frances Galvin (Sister Loyola Galvin), QSM, Wellington, services to gardening; Dr Rolf Gjelsten, Wellington, services to music; Priscilla Jean Glasson, Christchurch, services to health and community; Francis Roger Maher Hooper, Auckland, services to fashion design; Patricia Hubbard, Wellington, services to early childhood education; Kathleen Maureen Te Wehioterangi Jehly, Rotorua, services to education and Maori; Philip John Keoghan, US, services as a television presenter and to tourism; Philip Trevor Kerslake, Upper Hutt, services to people with cancer; Simon Charles Hayes Leeming, US, services to New Zealand-United States relations; Inspector (Ret) Murray David Lewis, Tauranga, services to New Zealand Police and diplomacy; Amoroa Luke, Blenheim, services to Maori; Peter James McDonald, Stratford, services to real estate and community; Ian Edward Mills, Lower Hutt, services to civil engineering; Ross William Norman, United Kingdom, services to squash; Gregory Leo O'Brien, Wellington, services to the arts; Jeffrey Owen Olsen, Auckland, services to New Zealand Customs Service and sport; Dr Allan Leslie Panting, Nelson, services to orthopaedics; Helene Pohl, Wellington, services to music; Sergeant Bevan Douglas Seal, Christchurch, services to New Zealand Police and youth; Amanda Skoog, Wellington, services to ballet; Alan Charles Sorrell, Auckland, services to film; Richard Tayler, Christchurch, services to athletics; Tutagaloa Tutose Tuhipa, Auckland, services to education and Pacific community; Hafeiki Vilitama, Niue, services to Niue; Robert Craig Walker, Auckland, services to heavy haulage and community; James Leybourne Wallace, Geraldine, services to the arts and conservation; Wayne Wills (Bill Hohepa), Auckland, services to recreational fishing and community; Dr Catherine Ruth Wylie, Wellington, services to education.

QSO (Queen's Service Order)

Barbara Wendy Arnott, Napier, services to local government and community; Belinda Clark, Wellington, services to the State; Mary Winifred Harris, Otaki, services to Parliament; Neville Owen Harris, Lower Hutt, services to the State; Rex Edward Hawkins, JP, Taupo, services to community; William Alexander Moore, Wellington, services to the State; John Chester Pike QC, Wellington, services to the law; Laurel Heather Taufauata, Auckland, services to health and Pacific community; Judge Barrie Stephen Travis, Auckland, services to judiciary.

QSM (Queen's Service Medal)

Mervyn Roxford Ah Chee, Auckland, services to hospitality and community; Brian Maxwell Arons, Wellington, services to New Zealand Fire Service; Gretl Bass, Auckland, services to community; Stuart James Batty, JP, Christchurch, services to community; Derek Beveridge, Oamaru, services to community; Kingiareta Richard Biddle, Rotorua, services to Maori and mental health; Helen Louise Blake, Levin, services to philanthropy; Bruce Eiohan Brownlie, Feilding, services to aviation and health; Richard Charles Cashmore, Tauranga, services to business, sport and community; Christine Chambers, Whakatane, services to community; Rev Judith Anne Cooper, Auckland, services to Maori arts and community; Colin Ian Crombie, Napier, services to philanthropy; Manoj Daji, Auckland, services to sport and education; George Bruce Darvill, Paeroa, services to community; Garry Dockary, Hastings, services to New Zealand Fire Service; Janet McLeod Forbes, Wellington, services to prisoner rehabilitation programmes; Janet Margaret Froggatt, Dargaville, services to community; Norah Fryer, Auckland, services to early childhood education; Merle Chalwyn Gibson, Richmond, services to music and community; Murray David Giera, Christchurch, services to community; Mark Christopher Grantham, Auckland, services to community; John Morris Green, Rotorua, services to conservation; Christopher John Haines, Invercargill, services to education; Lynette Anne Holland, JP, Christchurch, services to education and community; Raymond Andrew Johnston, Pukekohe, services to community; Stephen Andrew Johnston, Christchurch, services to surf life-saving; Joan Charlotte Franceska Kennett, Palmerston North, services to early childhood education; Dr Harry John Kerr, Hastings, services to health and community; Murray Allan Kidd, JP, Auckland, services to community; Candy Michele Lane, Auckland, services to dance; Janice Ann Lewis, Tauranga, services to New Zealand Police and women's health; Wendy Logan, Nelson, services to early childhood education; Xiao-Jun Lu, Manukau, services to Chinese community; Han Leang Ly, Auckland, services to Cambodian Chinese community; David John Mackie, JP, Clinton, services to community; John Roger Macnaughtan, JP, Auckland, services to New Zealand-Russia relations; Joan Elsie Marks, Whangaparaoa, services to community; Robert George Maskill, Greymouth, services to education; Alan John McLay, Oamaru, services to community; Dr Logan James Ewart McLennan, Porirua, services to health and education; Jacqueline Nuki McVinnie, Hamilton, services to ecclesiastical embroidery; Neil Alexander Bisshopp Monro, Palmerston North, services to rugby and community; Marguerite Rose Moore, Westport, services to women's health; Lloyd Henry Morris, JP, Whangarei, services to community; June Nixey, Wellington, services to prisoner rehabilitation programmes; Peter Franklin O'Brien, Auckland, services to community; Davorin Ivan Ozich, Ranui, services to Croatian community; Simon Jigwan Park, JP, Wellington, services to Korean community and education; Allan Anthony Pengelly, Auckland, services to sport and community; Wendy Katrine Pettigrew, Whanganui, services to heritage preservation; Stephen George Poole, JP, Auckland, services to community; Kenneth Bruce Popple, Porirua, services to New Zealand Fire Service and Coastguard; Glyn Griffiths Powell, Auckland, services to aeronautical heritage preservation; Joyce Patricia Prankerd, Paraparaumu, services to netball; Christopher Bruce Price, Ashburton, services to New Zealand Fire Service; Elaine Elsie Sharman, Lower Hutt, services to music; William Mervyn Shepherd, Whangarei, services to hockey and farming; Kanagarasa Sivaraj, Auckland, services to community; Michael Richard Skerrett, JP, Invercargill, services to Maori and community ; William Huston Smale, Auckland, services to education; Margaret Anne Stove, Australia, services to hand-knitted lace design; Linda Tame, Christchurch, services to education; Janice Margaret Taouma, Auckland, services to early childhood education; Barbara Joan Taranaki, JP, Cambridge, services to community; Henry James Towersey, Whakatane, services to community; Detective Senior Sergeant Greg Victor Turner, Mount Maunganui, services to New Zealand Police and community; John James Tutty, Gore, services to New Zealand Fire Service; Maevis Elsie Watson, Rotherham, services to health and community; Allan Webb, Te Awamutu, services to film industry; Graham Allan Wilshier, Otorohanga, services to community.

New Zealand Distinguished Service Decoration

Warrant Officer Class 1 Graeme Alexander Bremner, services to New Zealand Defence Force and brass bands; Warrant Officer Class 1 Paul Allister Mumm, services to New Zealand Defence Force.

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