Buckinghamshire residents announced in the King’s Birthday Honors list

The awards for 21 Buckinghamshire residents have been announced today in His Majesty King Charles III’s Birthday Honors List.

These men and women have been recognized for their outstanding work in supporting important services in business, philanthropy, music, education and public service, for championing charities and volunteerism, for providing service to the armed forces and within their local communities.

His Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, Countess Howe (pictured), said:

“I am delighted for the people of Buckinghamshire who have been recognized with an award in the 2024 Birthday Honors and I am immensely proud to congratulate so many remarkable individuals living in the county. These awards celebrate the exceptional contributions of our residents through countless areas of expertise, reflecting the rich diversity and talent in the province. Their contribution has significantly enriched our province and our country. I applaud them all and thank them for their admirable efforts and dedication.

Lady Howe added: “I would encourage everyone to consider whether they know a person they could nominate for a national honour. There are many unsung heroes who continually go above and beyond in our communities and improve the lives of our residents. The Buckinghamshire Lieutenancy Office can provide guidance on how to make a nomination.”

The full list of Buckinghamshire residents on the 2024 Birthday Honors List is:

Order of the British Empire

Commanders of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

Professor Michael Donald McCartney Izza: Lately Chief Executive, Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. For services to Accounting, Audit and Sustainability

Iain Aitken Stewart: most recently MP for Milton Keynes South and Chairman of the Transport Select Committee. For political and public service

Jacqueline Toogood: Lately Deputy Director of People, Air Command, Ministry of Defence. For services to Defense Personnel

Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)

Dr. David Rollinson: Scientific Officer, Natural History Museum. For services to museum science and public health

Raymond Barnaby Tang: Lately Director of Communications, Division of Leveling, Housing and Communities. For public service

Brian Edward Williams MBE: Head, Research Sponsorship, Cabinet Office. For public service

Members of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

Rebecca Caroline Ferguson: Singer, songwriter and music industry campaigner. For services to the music industry

Michael John Garvey: For services to Business in Buckinghamshire

Simon Roger Kearey: For services to the community in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire

John Bradley Kent: For services to business and philanthropy

Dr. Samina Khan: Director, Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, University of Oxford. For services to higher education

Hayley Marie Tatum: Senior Vice President, Chief People and Corporate Affairs Officer, Asda. For services to the voluntary and charity sectors

Yvette Anesta Thomas: School Improvement Manager, Buckinghamshire Council. For services to education

Medalists of the Order of the British Empire (BEM)

Graham Ellis: For services to the community in Preston Bissett, Buckingham, Buckinghamshire

Margaret Anne Faulkner: For services to the community in Ley Hill, Buckinghamshire

Kenneth James Ivory: Honorary Treasurer, North West London Branch, Soldiers’, Sailors’ and Airmen’s Families Association. For service to the armed forces community

David Miles Marshall: For services to the community in Dunsmore, Buckinghamshire

Alan Preen: For services to the community in Bow Brickhill, Buckinghamshire

Derrick Andrew Scott CSR: Civic Team Manager for Civic Events and the Mayor’s Office, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead. For services to local government

James George William Stacey: For services to the community in Marlow, Buckinghamshire

Dr. Andrew Douglas Tyerman: Trustee, Headway UK and latterly Clinical Lead and Head of Service, Community Head Injury Service, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. For services to rehabilitation after acquired brain injury