HONOREES AT A GLANCE
Knight of St Andrew
Justice Marston Creighton
Dr Frank Walton Alleyne
Gold Crown of Merit
Lionel Oliver Weekes
In recognition of his 24 years’ service in the Barbados public service in a senior position and for his invaluable contribution to scouting.
Patterson Keith Herman Cheltenham, Q.C
For his contribution to the legal profession and public service.
Professor Timothy Roach,
FRCP (Edin), FACP
For his contribution to medicine and particularly HIV/AIDS.
Ian DeVere Archer, LL.M.
For his outstanding and distinguished Civil Service career, particularly in the area of local and regional civil aviation and his contribution to the Barbados Association of Retired Persons (BARP).
Silver Crown of Merit
Bernell Llewellyn Arrindell
In recognition of his highly meritorious service and contribution to the development of Barbados’ financial services sector.
Janice Anita Brathwaite-Thompson
For her highly meritorious contribution to education and the performing arts.
Victor Edsel Gooding, P. Eng
For his contribution to research in the area of data transmission via satellite.
William Edgar Muhammad Nassar
For his contribution to business and community service.
Barbados Service Star
Marva Belinda Alleyne
For her outstanding contribution to the public service in particular social care.
Norma Eudene Bowen
In recognition of her valuable contribution to cultural development in Barbados as a teacher of music.
Marilyn Rosemary Rice Bowen
For her outstanding community service and in particular her work with the Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) Breakfast Programme in Barbados.
Paulette Margo Drakes
For her outstanding contribution to the nursing profession.
Rev. Dr Scoffield Eugene Eversley
In recognition of his dedicated service to the growth and development of the Church of the Nazarene.
Barbados Service Medal
John Andrew King
In recognition of his contribution to calypso and entertainment.
Demora Elvisio Kirton, J.P.
For her outstanding contribution to community service, promotion of business education and developmental work with the Justice of the Peace programme.
Stephanie Amelia Bryan
For her contribution to the nursing profession.
Ronald Arthur Gittens, J.P.
For his contribution to small business and his sustained efforts to promote self-employment.
Glennis Eneth Nurse
For her yeoman service in the field of education and community service.
Barbados Bravery Medal
Lynette Anita Stoute (Posthumous)
For the courage and selfless love displayed in attempting to rescue her three children whom she thought were trapped in their burning home at Diamond Valley, St Philip on August 10, 2012.