Devon recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours
By Western Morning News | Saturday, June 16, 2012, 08:00
ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
Sir (Thomas) John Parker For services to Industry and to the Voluntary Sector.
Patricia Denham Vice-Principal and Deputy CEO, South Devon College. For services to Further Education.
Professor Gordon Murray Formerly chairman of Management (Entrepreneurship), University of Exeter Business School. For services to Business.
Michael Samuel Oakes Formerly Principal, South Downs College. For services to Further Education.
Anthony George Edward Rowe For services to Business, Sport and Charity in Exeter.
Peter Trevelyan Expert Information Technology Analyst, Meteorological Office.
Ms Wendy Brook Tutor, Pathfinder LearnDirect Centre, Barnstaple. For services to Adult Learning.
Alan William Paul Brown Special Constabulary chief officer, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary. For services to Policing and the community.
David Channing Foster Carer, Plymouth. For services to Children and Families.
Mrs Helen Channing Foster Carer, Plymouth. For services to Children and Families.
Philip Charles Dingle Police Patrol Officer, Devon and Cornwall Constabulary. For services to Policing.
Dr Charles Michael Gillett For services to Education and to the community in Plymouth.
Dr Philip Anthony Green Principal General Practitioner, Pembroke House Surgery, Paignton. For services to Healthcare.
David Benjamin James Goalkeeper. For services to Football and Charity.
Dr Michael Leonard James For services to the community in Sidmouth.
Mrs Joanna Jeffery Proprietor, Read Successfully. For services to the community in the South West.
Mrs Dawn Janette Shute Founder Member, Torbay, Newton Abbot and District Support Group for Children's Hospice, South West. For services to Children with Life-limiting Illnesses.
Richard George Thorne For services to Search and Rescue work on Dartmoor.
Mrs Mary Elizabeth Turner For services to the community in Tiverton.
Robert Charles Widdecombe For services to Crime Prevention and Sport in Plymouth.
BRITISH EMPIRE MEDAL
Kenneth Hector John Bovey For charitable services through the Salvation Army.
Ronald Charles Crabb For services to the community in Exeter.
Mrs Marian Joan Daniel For services to the community in Whimple.
Ian Acford Dingle For services to the community in Plymouth and Tavistock.
Mrs Eileen Mary Rooke Chairman, Honiton Hospiscare Fund Raising Support. For services to charity.
Ms Janet Elizabeth Sawyer Managing director, LittlePod. For services to Employment and Culture in East Devon.
Mrs Joy Winifred Seward For services to the community through Sidmouth in Bloom.
Anthony James Smith For services to the community in Paignton.
Mrs Patricia Mary Tucker For services to the community in Berrynarbor, North Devon.