Queen’s New Year’s Honours Rutland and Leicestershire 2017
Trevor McIlwaine A Queen's Fire Service Medal, group manager at Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.
Mrs Angela Elizabeth Humphreys, BEM for services to the community in Oakham. Rutland
Mrs Dorothy Pickering, BEM head dinner lady, at Mercenfield Primary School, Markfield, for services to the community in Markfield, Leicestershire.
Pc Brian "Reg" Varney, BEM Leicestershire Police
Retired Leicestershire Police officer Sue Lambert, BEM for services to the community in Market Harborough.
Retired Leicestershire Police officer Sue Lambert, 57, picks up a BEM for services to the community in Market Harborough.
Professor Sir Alec Jeffreys, Emeritus Professor at the University of Leicester, is made a Companion of Honour for services to medical research and society.
Receiving an Order of the British Empire are:
Jane Ann Gray, a consultant nurse, for services to Homeless and Vulnerable People in the Midlands.
Dr Sharon Patricia Redrobe, the chief executive officer of Twycross Zoo, for services to skills, science and the economy in Leicestershire.
Professor Rachel Anne Munton, formerly MD of East Midlands Academic Health Science Network for services to Healthcare.
Professor Anne Elizabeth Willis, from Oakham, Rutland, director or MRC Toxicology Unit Leicester, for services to Biomedical Science and Promoting the Careers of Women in Science.
Claire Lomas, of Eye Kettleby MBE
BBC cricket commentator Jonathan "Aggers" Agnew MBE
Chief executive of the Enderby firm, Ian Mattioli MBE and Bob Woods MBE
Priyesh Patel, MBE, managing director of Cofresh Snack Foods
Paralympian Elizabeth Clegg based at Loughborough University has been awarded an MBE or services to athletics and charity.
Edmund Francis Paul Nickless, MBE formerly executive secretary of the Geological Society of London, for service to Geology, from Oakham, Rutland
Kathryn Parsons, MBE co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Decoded for services to Digital Education
Michael Gerrard Roughan, MBE chairman of Shropshire Telford and Wrekin and Leicestershire and Rutland Adoption Panels, for services to children and to the community.
Emma Clare Wiggs, MBE of Diseworth, for services to canoeing
Anthony David Arnold William Forbes, MBE chairman of the Royal Choral Society, from Oakham, for services to music
Dorothy Francis, MBE chief executive officer of the Co-operative and Social Enterprise Development Agency, for services to enterprise and the community,
Uzma Johal, MBE festival director of Frequency Festival and co-founder and director of Threshold Studios, for services to the digital economy.