ⓘ 1969 Birthday Honours (New Zealand)
The 1969 Queens Birthday Honours in New Zealand, celebrating the official birthday of Elizabeth II, were appointments made by the Queen on the advice of the New Zealand government to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by New Zealanders. They were announced on 14 June 1969.
The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour.
1. Order of Saint Michael and Saint George
- Alfred Onslow Glasse. For services to the community and particularly to local government in Auckland.
- Adrian George Rodda – chairman, State Services Commission.
2.1. Order of the British Empire Knight Commander KBECivil division
- Hamilton Mitchell – of Wellington; president of the New Zealand Returned Services Association.
- Henry Ernest Blyde – of New Plymouth. For services to local government.
2.2. Order of the British Empire Commander CBECivil division
- Henry Rodolph Wigley – of Timaru. For services to the tourist industry.
- Eardley Lorimer Button – of Wellington. For services to the medical profession.
- Ronald Alan Candy – of Waitoa. For services to the dairy industry.
- Leonard Thomas Daniell – of Masterton. For services to farming.
- Commodore Leonard Stanley Stanners – General List Supply and Secretariat Specialization, Royal New Zealand Navy.
2.3. Order of the British Empire Officer OBECivil division
- John Joseph Parsons – of Patea. For services to agriculture.
- Alfred Walmsley – of Invercargill. For services to commerce and the community.
- Robert Fleming Wardlaw – of Waimana. For services to the community.
- Harold Cecil Holland – of Auckland. For services to industry and education.
- Henry Lewis Gibson – of Dunedin. For services to the community.
- John OHalloran – of Te Kuiti. For services to the community.
- Norah Martin Mother Mary Bernard – provincial superior for New Zealand of the Little Company of Mary. For services to the nursing profession.
- Harold Philip Fowler – of Invercargill. For services to education.
- Selwyn Isaac Vercoe – of Blenheim. For services to journalism and to the community.
- Wallace Galloway – of Dannevirke. For services to the community.
- Lieutenant Colonel John Harold Gray – Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment Territorial Force.
- Wing Commander David Manson Crooks – Royal New Zealand Air Force.
- Surgeon Commander James Smith Watt Frew – Royal New Zealand Navy.
2.4. Order of the British Empire Member MBECivil division
- Ernest Edwin Beale – of Woodville. For services to the community.
- Te Arahori Potaka – of Wanganui. For services to the Māori people.
- Rene Mary MacLennan – lately matron, Rawene Hospital, Hokianga.
- Sidney James Guppy – of Nelson. For services to sport.
- Charles Oliver Coad – chairman, Wellington advisory committee, New Zealand Foundation for the Blind.
- Donald Stewart Reid – resident commissioner and stipendiary magistrate, Chatham Islands.
- Laurence Carrington Mail – of Geraldine. For services to the community, particularly in the medical field.
- Francis William Laidlaw Milne – of Auckland. For services to the community.
- Arthur Mervyn Nicholson – of Auckland. For services to education.
- Arthur William Miller – of Taradale. For services to the community.
- Vivian George Herbert Rickard – of Rangitukia. For services to local government and community affairs.
- Russell Robertson – of Oamaru. For services to sport.
- Laura Mary Harry. For services to the community of Buller particularly in hospital and nursing fields.
- Dora Frances Steptoe – vice-president, Womens Borstal Association.
- Robert Steele Martin – county engineer, Rotorua.
- Michael Francis Foley – of Stratford. For services to the acclimatisation movement.
- Clare Esther Mary Crawford – of Christchurch. For services to the community.
- David Joseph Berry – of Raetihi. For services in local government and to farming, especially as a sheep breeder.
- Squadron Leader now Wing Commander Leonard James Thompson – Royal New Zealand Air Force.
- Warrant Officer First Class Stanley Desmond Michael Benedict Wright – Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery Regular Force.
- Warrant Officer First Class Clifford Melrose Kennedy – Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment Regular Force.
- Lieutenant Temporary Lieutenant Commander David John Collins – Royal New Zealand Navy.
- Major Anthony Thomas Mortiboy – Royal New Zealand Corps of Signals Territorial Force.
- Warrant Officer First Class Graham Robertson Young – Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery Regular Force.
3. British Empire Medal BEMCivil division
- Louise Miles. For services to handicapped children in Christchurch.
- John Wates Luskie – senior engineers assistant mechanical, New Zealand Electricity Department.
- Daniel Robert Hyde. For services to youth in Auckland.
- Walter Francis Collins – welding overseer, New Zealand Electricity Department.
- John Russell – detective sergeant, New Zealand Police Force, Kaikohe.
- Aileen Charlotte Clements. For services to the community in Nelson.
- Alice Mary Dent. For services to the community in Taupō.
- Christina Harley. For services to the community in Broad Bay.
- Laura Joan Swan. For services to the community particularly as an entertainer in Auckland.
- Douglas William Arter. For services to soldiers overseas.
- Estelle Colleen Brunker. For services to sport in Whangārei and Northland.
- Frank Thomson – detective, New Zealand Police Force, Wanganui.
- Myrtle Ann Mary Bell. For services to the community, particularly youth projects, in Reefton.
- Chief Mechanician William Anthony Barry – Royal New Zealand Navy.
- Staff Sergeant Edward George Willbond – Royal Regiment of New Zealand Artillery Regular Force.
- Flight Sergeant Eric David Waghorn – Royal New Zealand Air Force.
- Staff Sergeant Peter Quinn – Royal New Zealand Army Medical Corps Regular Force.
- Chief Radioman John Nicholas Hewson – Royal New Zealand Navy.
- Staff Sergeant Edward Peter Agnew – Royal New Zealand Engineers Territorial Force.
- Staff Sergeant Russell John Meek – Royal New Zealand Armoured Corps Territorial Force.
- Sergeant Peter Alexander Shilton – Royal New Zealand Air Force.
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