Two receive honours from Sir Elliott


Added 08 November 2012


Retired diplomat Senator Orlando Marville and retired educator and sports  official Carolyn  Sinckler were yesterday presented with awards received in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Governor General  Sir Elliott Belgrave presented the awards during a brief ceremony  at Government House. Marville was given  the honour of Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for his  work in the foreign service, while Sinckler received the award  of Officer of the Order  of the British Empire (OBE) for her service  to education and sport. (ES


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