Awards of National Honours for Independence Day 2010

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His Honour Senator Dr. Branford Mayhew Taitt
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KNIGHT OF ST. ANDREW

For extraordinary and achievement and merit in service to Barbados or to humanity at large.

(Number of Awards available: 1)

His Honour Senator Dr. Branford Mayhew Taitt

For his distinguished career and his outstanding service and contribution to Barbados and public life.

GOLD CROWN OF MERIT

For highly meritorious service or achievement in science, the arts, literature, sports, civic duties or any other endeavour worthy of national recognition.

(Number of Awards available: 4)

Colonel Leonard Cameron Banfield, LVO

For highly meritorious and distinguished military service.

Ms. Gail Elma Delores Brathwaite

For highly meritorious service to the financial services sector and her unswerving commitment to philanthropic work with the Barbadian diaspora in the United States of America.

Mr. St. Clair Leolan Harper, J.P.

For highly meritorious service as a funeral director and his contribution to the local transport sector.

Mr. Donald Hill

For highly meritorious service in the area of telecommunications development and his unswerving commitment to preserving the environment.

SILVER CROWN OF MERIT

For meritorious service or achievement in science, the arts, literature, sports, civic duties or any other endeavour worthy of national recognition.

(Number of Awards available: 4)

Mr. William Eustace Alleyne, BCH

For meritorious service to the development of still photography in Barbados and the Caribbean.

Mr. Ralph Anthony Jemmott

For meritorious service as an educator in particular his contribution as a historian.

Mr. Sylvester Earle Niles, J.P.

For meritorious contribution to education and the development of youth.

Miss Yvonne Veronica Walkes, J.P.

For meritorious work as a women’s advocate and a trade unionist.

BARBADOS SERVICE STAR

For meritorious work in the civil, fire, military, police, prison or other protective services or any other similar field of endeavour.

(Number of Awards available: 5)

Mr. Edwin Ebenezer Gilkes

For his significant contribution to the development of the local entertainment industry in particular the promotion of jazz music.

Mr. Keith Hyvestia Griffith

For his unswerving service to the development of sports in particular football and road tennis.

Captain Andrew Ricardo Headley

For his significant contribution to national security during the 2005 crisis at Her Majesty’s Prison Glendairy crisis.

Mr. Michael Anthony Young

For his significant contribution to the development of the water sports industry.

Miss Jean Mary Belling

For her immeasurable contribution as a Secretary in the public service for three decades.

BARBADOS SERVICE MEDAL

For meritorious work in the civil, fire, military, police, prison or other protective services or any other similar field of endeavour.

(Number of Awards available: 5)

Mrs. Dilease Vitella Chandler

For her contribution to the development of the students at the Roebuck/Louis Lynch Secondary school.

Mrs. Maizie Harewood

For her dedication and commitment to nursing as a public health sister.

Mr. Alvin Livinston McDonald Sobers

For his service to persons with disabilities.

Miss Marcella Cynthia Worrell

For her longstanding service to the National Conversation Commission, in particular her assignment at Ilaro Court.

Mr. Herbert Lawrence Walker

For his selfless contribution to the development of the members of the Royal Barbados Police Force’s band for over a quarter of a century.

BARBADOS BRAVERY MEDAL

For acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances.

(Unlimited awards available)

Fire Officer 246 Pernel Leeverne McClean

For his courageous act of saving the life of Miss Charlotte Parris whose vehicle careened into the Belle Gully during a flash flood on October 1, 2010.

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