Haan AO, Prof Eric Albert (QB2005)
For service to clinical genetics as a researcher and practitioner, to education, and to the community as a contributor to the debate on the ethical, legal and social implications in science.
Director, Department of Genetic Medicine, Women's and Children's Hospital, since 2003; Clinical Geneticist and Head, South Australian Clinical Genetics Service, since 1985. Visiting Clinical Geneticist, Flinders Medical Centre, Lyell McEwin Health Service, Modbury Hospital, Queen Victoria Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital, and Queen Elizabeth Hospital, since 1985. Physician to the Phenylketonuria Clinic, Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne, 1984-1985; Medical Geneticist, 1983-1985; Assistant Medical Geneticist, 1982-1983; Medical Registrar and Chief Resident Medical Officer, 1975-1978; Research Fellow, Birth Defects Research Institute, 1983-1985. Clinical Affiliate Professor, Department of Paediatrics, University of Adelaide, since 2004; Clinical Affiliate Associate Professor, 1999-2004; Clinical Senior Lecturer, 1986-1999. Affiliate Associate Professor, Department of Genetics, since 1999. Clinical Senior Lecturer, School of Medicine, Flinders University, since 1986. President, International Federation of Societies of Human Genetics, 2003. President, Human Genetics Society of Australasia, 2001-2003; Vice-President, 1995-1997 and 1999-2001; former Chairman, Board of Censors for Certification of Clinical Geneticists. Member, Gene Technology Advisory Committee, Department of Health and Ageing, since 2001. Chairman, Expert Advisory Committee, SA Genetics Service, since 1994. Member, Advisory Committee, Australian Law Reform Committee Inquiry into Intellectual Property Rights over Genetic Material, 2003-2004. Member, Advisory Committee, Australian Law Reform Committee and Australian Health Ethics Committee Inquiry into the Protection of Human Genetic Information, 2001-2003. Member, Services Advisory Group, Review of Clinical Genetic Services, Medicare, 2001-2002. Member, Public Health Genetics Working Group, National Public Health Partnership, 2001-2002. Member, Working Group on Gene Patents, Australian Health Ministers’ Advisory Committee, 2001. Member, National Health and Medical Research Council, Gene Therapy Committee, 1994-2001; Australian Health Ethics Committee, 1997-1999; and Working Party to Develop Guidelines for use of Genetic Registers in Medical Research, 1989-1990. Executive, Kathleen Cunningham Consortium for Research into Familial Breast Cancer, 1995-2001. Member, Genetic Testing Working Group, National Breast Cancer Centre, 1996-1999; Member, Genetic Manipulation Advisory Committee, 1994-1997. Member, Specialist Advisory Committee in Clinical Genetics, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 1994-1997. Chairman, Scientific Committee, Child Health Research Institute, 1997. Member, Australian College of Pediatrics Council, and representative to Paediatric Research Society of Australia, 1986-1987. Member, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, since 1977; Examiner, 1988, 1992, 1994 and 2000. Consultant, Review of Statewide Delivery of Genetic Services in Western Australia, State Department of Health, 2000. Chairman, Expert Panel, study of funding options for treatment of patients with cystic fibrosis, Department of Human Services, Victoria, 1999. Chairman, Review of Victorian Clinical Genetics Service, 1997. Project Team to develop plan for genetics service for Queensland, Queensland Health, 1993. Review of Department of Genetics and Dysmorphology, Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children, 1992.
Habel AM, Dr Norman Charles (QB2003)
For service to education and the development of courses in religious studies in tertiary institutions in Australia, and to reconciliation and social justice, and to the environment.
University of South Australia: Chair, Joint SA University Committee on Students with Disabilities, 1993-1994. Director of Graduate Studies, Faculty of Education, 1993. Co-established a centre and research program in education and social justice, 1992. Dean of Humanities, SA College of Arts and Education (forerunner of University of SA), 1980-1982. Established the first Department of Religious Studies at a tertiary institution in Australia (then the Adelaide College of Advanced Education, now part of Faculty of Education, University of SA), 1974. Author of several books on social justice, religious education and biblical studies. Chair, Charles Strong Trust (fosters the study of religions other than Christianity), since late 1970s. Inaugural President, Australian Association for the Study of Religions, 1976. Involved in the reconciliation process through the Lutheran Church of Australia. Involved in the Bringing Them Home Committee, Adelaide. Author, Reconciliation: Searching for Australia's Soul, 1998. Involved in the publication of Rainbow Spirit Theology and The Rainbow Spirit in Creation. Involved in editing and writing The Earth Bible (an international series of books). Inaugural Member, Australian Council for Sustainable Development. Committee Member, SA Chapter, Earth Charter. Principal, International School, Kodaikanal, South India, 1984-1987. Established and still active in the Grihini Program to support literacy of women in South India. Honorary Pastor, St Stephen's Lutheran Church, Adelaide.
Hagger AM, Mrs Jennifer Therese (QB2008)
For service to the community, particularly through executive roles with the House of Prayer for All Nations - Adelaide and Mission World Aid.
Chief Executive Officer and Director, House of Prayer for All Nations - Adelaide, from 1999. Founder, House of Prayer Resource Centre (formerly Mission World Resource Centre), from 1990. Chief Executive Officer and Director, Mission World Aid, since 1992; collects, sorts, and ships clothing, food, household equipment, bed linen, school supplies, medical equipment, etc, to developing nations and Indigenous communities in Australia. South Australian Coordinator, Parliamentary Prayer Network, since 2002. Executive and Intercessory Leader, Pray SA, 1996-2004; Prayer Leader, Pastors' Prayer Summits, 1997-2004. Founder, The Mission Shop, 2003. Has undertaken overseas trips to minister at overseas prayer conferences and conventions; overseas visits include Guatemala, 1998; Israel, 2000 and 2002; Vietnam, 2002; New Zealand, 2003 and 2004; Singapore, 2004 and 2005; Vietnam, 2006. Awards include: Centenary Medal, 2001.
Haines AM, Mr Murray David (QB1983)
For service to education.
Haines AM, Mrs Janine (QB2001)
For service to the Australian Parliament and to politics, particularly as Parliamentary Leader of the Australian Democrats, and to the community.
Australian Parliament: Democrats Senator for South Australia, 1977-1978; 1981-1990. Parliamentary Leader, Australian Democrats, 1986-1990, and first woman to lead a political party at the national level. Deputy Parliamentary Leader, Australian Democrats, 1985-1986. Other activities: President, Australian Privacy Charter Council, 1997-1999. Currently Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Adelaide, having been a Councillor since 1992 (resigned 1999). Convener, Telstra Privacy Audit Panel, 1992-1997. Chair, Events and Projects Sub-Committee for the South Australian Suffrage Centenary Celebrations, 1991-1992. Chair, Board of Directors, Anti-Cancer Foundation, 1992-1995. Chair, Southern Hospice Foundation, 1990-1993. Chair, Dried Fruits Board of South Australia, 1992-1998. Member, Anti-Rabbit Research Foundation of Australia, 1990-1999. Author, Suffrage to Sufferance: 100 Years of Women in Parliament, 1992.
Haines OAM, Mr Colin Middlebrook (AD2006)
For service to the community through service clubs, church and charitable organisations, and to local government.
President, Glenelg Rotary Club, 2002-2003; Secretary, 1991; Member, since 1983. Current Chairman and Public Officer, Management Committee, Abbeyfield Marion; elected Member, Abbeyfield Australia Board, 2003. Member, former Methodist Church, State Christian Education Council; State Leader, Order of Knights; Secretary, Leaders' Meeting; Lay Preacher. Member, Uniting Church in Australia; Secretary, Parish Council; Member of Presbytery. Chairman, Marion Red House Group, 1994-2003; current 'Friend of Gallery M'. Chairman, McLaren Vale and Fleurieu Visitors’ Centre. Current Member, Marion International Association; Member, community committee examining the establishment of the Association in 2002. Inaugural Member, Patawalonga Catchment Water Management Board, 1995-2005. Associated with ex-service functions at Warradale Barracks. Mayor, City of Marion, 1991-2000; Alderman, 1985-1991; Councillor, 1982-1985. Delegate, State Executive Committee, Local Government Assocation of South Australia, 1994-1996. Terms as Secretary and President, Government Printing Office Association. Public sector service for approximately 44 years, retiring as an Executive Assistant with the Government Printing Office.
Haines OAM, Mrs Ann McLennan (QB2006)
Service to the community of Hahndorf through cultural, heritage and civic beautification activities.
Secretary of the Hahndorf Institute, for 6 years. Hahndorf Community Association delegate to the Township Precinct Group, since 2001. Foundation Member, Hahndorf Academy, 2001. Member, the Heritage aligned Hahndorf Women's Walking Trail Committee, since 1999. Member, Hahndorf Public School Management Committee, 2001-2003. Involvement, Trees For Life group, 2000-2003. Involvement, Neighbour Watch, since 2002. Chairperson, Hahndorf Community Association; previously served as Secretary; Founding Member; also Coordinator for the annual Tidy Town competition. Streetscape Coordinator, Hahndorf Business and Tourism Association since 2000. Coordinator of Social Activities in Hahndorf for the Annual Tour Down Under Cycling Event, 2000. Coordinator and Promoter, Mount Barker Rotary Garden Competition in Hahndorf, since 2000. Coordinator, Hahndorf for Clean Up Australian Day, 1999.
Halbert AM, MBE, Mr John Arno (AD2009)
For service to Australian Rules football administration, to youth development, and to the community, particularly through the Lutheran Church of Australia.
Chairman, South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Development Foundation, 1993-2005; Member, 1970-2005; Member, SANFL Commission, 1996-2007; State of Origin Selector, 1992-1998; Member, Umpires Board, 1985-1996. Vice-President, SANFL, 2003-2007; Life Member, both as player and official. Member, Australian Football League (AFL) Laws Commission, 2000-2008; Member, Australian Football Foundation, 1995-1998. AFL Life Member. Chairman of Selectors, Adelaide Football Club ‘The Crows’, 1992-1994. Sturt Football Club Coach, 1983-1984; Glenelg Football Club Coach, 1979-1982. Member and Chairman, South Australian Government Sports Advisory Body, 1980-1986. Player, between 1955 and 1968; played 244 games for Sturt Football Club, and 16 games for South Australia; Magarey Medal winner, 1961 (Runner-up, 1955, 1958 and 1960); All-Australian centreman 1961. Chairman, Congregation of the Trinity Lutheran Church, Pasadena, 1996-2001; Board Member, Trinity Place Retirement Villages, since 1995. Vice-Chairman, Bethlehem Lutheran Church Congregation since 2003, Chairman, Redevelopment and Fundraising Committees. Synod Delegate at times. Awards/recognition include: Appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire for his service to sport and work amongst young people, 1969. Inducted into South Australian Football Hall of Fame, 2002.
Hall OAM, Mr Thomas Graham (QB1989)
For service to sports administration.
President, Mount Gambier and District Cricket Association. President, Mount Gambier Baseball League; Honorary Secretary, Mount Gambier Bowling Club 10 years. President, Mount Gambier Division Paraplegics' Association of South Australia. Trotting Steward, Mount Gambier Trotting Club for 13 years.
Hall OAM, Mr Brian Ernest Phillips (QB1990)
For service to the community.
Member, Mitcham Air Force Association since 1946; President 1980-1983; Membership Secretary 1972, State Divisional Representative Vice-President 1978-1979. Member, Legacy Club of Adelaide since 1978; Chairman, Funds Appeal Committee; President elect 1987-1988.
Hall OAM, Mr Kenneth Lindsay (QB1995)
For service to badminton.
Mr Hall has maintained Lockleys Oval (sports ground) and has been Secretary of the Lockleys Oval Trust for 13 years. He was a foundation member of the Postal Institute Badminton Club in 1947 serving as President, Secretary and Treasurer and was awarded Life Membership in 1984. He was a member of the South Australian Badminton Association from 1970-1981 and served as Treasurer and Secretary and has recently compiled a history of the Association covering the years 1928-1992. he was also an Executive Member of the Australian Badminton Association from 1980-1982 and a fund-raiser for 10 years.
Hall OAM, Mr John (QB1998)
For service to the community and to music as the conductor of the Adelaide Harmony Choir, and as an organist, teacher and accompanist.
Mr Hall has served as Choral Conductor of the Adelaide Harmony Choir (120 strong) since 1981 and during this time he lead them on two overseas tours. The first tour was in 1986, covering Texas, Austin, El Paso, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Dallas and Houston, and in 1996, the Choir visited Seattle, Bellevue, Parksville, Qualicum Beach and Victoria on Vancouver Island (Canada). The Choir has also been involved with many charities. Mr Hall has been the Musical Director, Baptist Church (Flinders Street, Adelaide) for past 17 years. Regarded as a successful organist, pianist and as a teacher of organ and piano.
Hall OAM, Mr John William (QB1998)
For service to surf lifesaving and to Australian Rules football.
Mr Hall was twice Australian Surf Life Saving Champion and seven times State Surf Life Saving Championship winner. Served as Captain, SA Surf Life Saving Representative Team in 1976, and won National Patrol Service Award from Surf Life Saving Australia. He was also a member, Management Committee of Christies Beach Surf Life Saving Club for 13 years; Life Member. For past 3 years has been a member of the march past team winning gold at the Australian Championships. Played in five Grand Finals of the Southern Football League and coached "B" Grade teams, 1979-1980. Held various senior positions within the League: a member of the Selectors Panel, Chairperson of Selectors 1981-1994, Honorary Commissioner 1990 and Senior Commissioner for past two years. He is a Life Member, Christies Beach Football Club and Southern Football League. Named Noarlunga Lions Club's Southern District Sportsperson of the Year in 1977. Received the National Patrol Service Award from Surf Life Saving Australia in 1988.
Hall OAM, Mr Edmund Leslie (QB2001)
For service to the community, to local government, and to the development of public transport in Adelaide.
Community: Chairman, Meals on Wheels, Payneham Branch, for last 11 years, having been a member of the Branch for the past 25 years. He served as Branch Delegate to SA State Executive Committee of Meals on Wheels. Active in Payneham Over-50s Senior Citizens Centre. Member, Probus Club of Payneham Inc, since 1990, and has held the positions of President, Vice-President and Club Historian. President, "Friends of Troubridge House" (rest home for aged people), for 6 years and member of Fundraising Committee. Member of Maylands Uniting Church for 44 years. Rotary: President, Rotary Club of St Peters, 1980-1981; member, since 1973; Paul Harris Fellow; Club Historian for 15 years (1980-1995); Historian for Rotary District 9520 since 1988. Local Government service: Deputy Mayor, Alderman and Councillor of former City of Payneham, 1979-1997. Member, Council's Centenary, South Australia's Sequicentenary and the Australian Bicentenary Committee. Also contributed as Council's historian and official photographer. Active on Works, Planning, Community Services and Library Committees. SA Transport: Initiated action to establish South Australian Section of the Chartered Institute of Transport in late 1950s and early 1960s. Elected Fellow of the Institute, 1970; Chairman, 1972. Established Diploma Course in Transport Management at Croydon College of TAFE, and lectured until 1976. Traffic Manager, State Transport Authority (formerly Municipal Tramways Trust), retiring in 1981; involved in three major changes, 1952-1958 (changeover of trams to buses); 1965-1969 (changeover of two man to one man bus operations); and 1974 (transfer of private metropolitan bus services to Municipal Tramways Trust).
Hall AM, Dr Geoffrey Charles (AD2002)
For service to the dental profession, particularly through the maintenance of standards and by pioneering a complaints resolution mechanism, and through involvement in dental aid projects in Pacific nations.
Operated a general dental practice in Adelaide, 1959-2000. Honorary Dentist, Walkerville Boys Home, 1968-1980. Member, Dental Clinic Panel, Royal Flying Doctor Service, 1966-1980. President, International College of Dentists (Australasian section), 1998-2001; under his Presidency, the College has continued further aid projects in the Pacific region; Vice-President, 1995-1998; Registrar, 1991-1995; Treasurer, 1989-1991; Fellow, since 1976; International Councillor, since 2001. Member, Australian Dental Association (South Australian Branch), since 1959; also served as President, Honorary Secretary, Vice-President and Councillor; Chairman, Conduct Committee, 1978-1986; member, 1976-1986; member, Awards Committee, since 1994. Federal Councillor, Australian Dental Association, 1976-1978; member of numerous sub-committees. Member, Dental Board of South Australia, 1986-1997; Chairman, Complaints Advisory Committee, 1992-1997. Member, Organising Committee, 26th Australian Dental Congress; Chairman, Special Services, 1991. Member, Organising Committee, 21st Australian Dental Congress; Chairman, Entertainment Division, 1976. Other activities include: Board Member, Mutual Community Limited, 1978-1989. Board Member, Wakefield Memorial Hospital, 1984-1990.
Hall AM, Mrs Sheila Kennedy (QB2004)
For service to the community through a range of health, housing and social welfare organisations and through the provision of counselling services.
Director, Para District Counselling Centre, 1974-1987; instrumental in the setting up of the Elizabeth Women's Community Health Centre, the Elizabeth Women's Shelter and Midway Road Community House. Board Member, Para Districts Health Advisory Committee, for over 11 years. Member, South Australian Council for Social Services; Vice-President, 1995-1997; Honorary Life Member. Board Member, SA Housing Trust, 1984-1996. Community Member, North Western Hospitals Ethics of Human Research Committee, since 1994. Board Member, Northern Hospice Support Group, 1996. Board Member, Northern Metropolitan Community Health Service, since 1996. Volunteer tutor, School of Medicine, Adelaide University. President, Rotary Club of Elizabeth, 2000-2001; other roles including Program Coordinator, Vocational Service Director and Bulletin Editor; Member, since 1994. Awards include: Centary Medal, 2001. Commonwealth Award for Senior Australians, 1999. State Women's Suffrage Quiet Achiever Award, 1994.
Hall OAM, Mr Benjamin Luke (AD2005)
For service to sport as a Gold Medallist at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games.
Mr Hall won a Gold Medal at the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games in athletics in the 4 x 100 metres Track Relay event. He represented Australia in an exemplary manner and brought great credit to himself, the Australian team and the nation.
Hall AM, Mrs Annette Jean (QB2005)
For service to public health and to the community through health services and rural financial counselling, particularly on the Eyre Peninsula.
National Councillor, Australian Healthcare Association, 2000-2003. President and Councillor, SA Branch, Australian Healthcare Association, 2000-2003. Board Chairman, Lower Eyre Health Services, since 1998; Director, since 1998. Current member, 'Community Participation on Eyre' Implementation Steering Group. Chairman, Eyre Peninsula Hospitals Association, 1996-2003. Member, Community Health Sub-Committee, Port Lincoln Hospital, 1994-1998; Ministerial appointment to Board, 1993-1995. Board Chairman, Tumby Bay Hospital and Health Services, 1992-1998; Deputy Chairman, 1989-1991; Director, 1980-1997. Involved with the Uringa (Aged) Hostel, since 1987. Secretary, SA Association of Rural Financial Counselling Services, 1991-1997. Secretary, Eastern Eyre Rural Financial Counselling Service, 1991-1997. Current Committee Member, Building and Management of Tumby Bay doctor's residence, District Council of Tumby Bay.
Hall OAM, Mr Maxwell Gordon (QB2007)
For service to the community through service groups and sporting organisations.
President, Rotary Club of Adelaide, 1996-1997; Member, since 1968. Committee Member, Peter Yeo Charitable Trust, 2003. Current Honorary Sponsorship and Marketing Committee Member, Oakbank Racing Club; Life Member, since 1999; Committee Member, 1989-1998. Board Member, Racing Industry Development Authority, 1998-2000. Member, Carbine Club Management Committee, 1993. Compere, Football Show, Channel Nine, 1966-1979; commentator, Radio 5KA, 1958-1971. Field Umpire, South Australian National Football League, 1950s; Grand Final Umpire, 1955. Member, Kooyonga Golf Club. President, Tranmere Lawn Tennis Club. Current owner, Max Hall Agencies (retailing and distribution industry); Manufacturer Representative, since 1947.
Hall OAM, Mr Leigh Kenneth (AD2012)
For service to the community of South Australia through local government, business and health organisations.
General Manager, City of Playford, 1997-2007. Governor, Institute of Internal Auditors, 1994-1996. Director, South Australia Asset Management Corporation Superannuation Fund, 1995-1996. Board Chairman, Warwick Co-operative Credit Union, 1981-1982. General Manager Corporate, UnitingCare, Wesley, since 2008. Independent Member, Cambelltown Audit Committee, since 2007. Director, Northern Advanced Manufacturing Group, 2006-2008. Director, Bendigo Community Bank, since 2005; Secretary, for 3 years; Member, Audit and Finance Committee. Director, North Adelaide Waste Management Authority, 2002-2008. Director, Elizabeth Community Recreation Association, 1998-2008. Director, Smithfield Memorial Park Authority, 1999-2001. Treasurer, Pembroke School Concert Band, 1991-1993. Committee Member, Burnside Swimming Club, 1976-1978; Life Member; Member, since 1970; operated the Learn to Swim program, 1978. Justice of the Peace, since 1980. President, Autism South Australia (previously known as SA Autism Association), 1989-1990; Vice-President, 1985 and 1988-1989; Board Member, 1991-1996; Treasurer, 1985-1988; Member, Steering Committee, 2004; Parents Representative, Board of Management, 1982-1983.
Hall AO, Ms Fiona Margaret (QB2013)
For distinguished service to the visual arts as a painter, sculptor and photographer, and to art education.
Ms Hall is a contemporary Australian artist, who works across a range of media through painting, photography, sculpture and installation. Her work has been collected by the National Gallery of Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Art Gallery of South Australia, and the Queensland Art Gallery. Exhibitions include: dOCUMENTA (13), Germany, 2012. The Biennale of Sydney, 2000 and 2010; Perspecta, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1997. The Third Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Moscow, 2009. Fiona Hall: Force Field, Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney (touring New Zealand), 2008. DeOverkant Downunder, Den Haag Sculpture, The Netherlands, 2007. The Art of Fiona Hall, Art Gallery of South Australia, 2005. Prism, Contemporary Australian Art, Bridgestone Museum, Tokyo, 2006. Fieldwork: Australian Art 1968-2002, National Gallery of Victoria, 2002. Repesented by Roslyn Oxley 9 Studio, since 1995. Commission Artist, Adelaide Botanic Gardens, since 2004; Sydney Sculpture Walk, 2000; National Gallery of Australia, 1998; and Museum of Sydney, 1995. Educator, Australian National University; and South Australian School of Art. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Australian Council Visual Atrs Laureate Award, 2011. Visual Arts Board Fellowship. Studio Residencies, New York and London. Contempora 5 Art Award, 1997. Clemenger Art Award, National Gallery of Victoria, 1999.
Hall OAM, Mrs Margaret Beverley (QB2013)
For service to motor sport in South Australia.
Secretary, Nissan Datsun Car Club of South Australia, for over 20 years; Life Member; Clerk of the Course. Member, Sporting Car Club of South Australia, since 2000; also serves as Event Secretary/Clerk of the Course, Collingrove Hillclimb. Performs communication duties, Sprint Events, Marque Sports Car Association. Mrs Hall has also served as motor sport official at the V8 Supercar Series, Hidden Valley, Darwin; and as a Senior Pit Lane Official at the Clipsal 500 Adelaide. Awards/recognition include: Sporting Car Club of South Australia Collingrove Cup, 2008 and 2011; awarded for consistent and meritorious service to the Collingrove Hillclimb. South Australia/Northern Territory State Council, Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) Speed Event Official of the Year, 2008.
Hall OAM, Mr Peter Edward (QB2013)
For service to motor sport in South Australia.
Chairman, South Australia/Northern Territory State Council, Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS), 2004-2010; long-standing Committee Member, Australian Motor Sport Historic Commission, until 2010; Chairman, South Australian Motor Race Advisory Panel; Course Presenter and Event Assessor for Officials Training. President, Nissan Datsun Car Club of South Australia, for 10 years; Member, since the mid 1980s; Life Member, 2011; established, Z Car Register; also developed a workshop for troubled youths, allowing them special membership of the Nissan Datsun Car Club of South Australia to compete and develop skills to provide them with increased opportunities. Current Chairman, Collingrove Hillclimb and Management Committee, Sporting Car Club of South Australia; Controller of Competition; Member, since 2000. President, Marque Sports Car Association, since 1998; Life Member; Clerk of the Course. Awards/recognition include: Australian Sports Medal, 2000. Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Service Star, 2010. Confederation of Australian Motor Sport South Australian Official of the Year, 1996.
Hall OAM, Mr Barry Albert (AD2014)
For service to the community as an entertainer and radio announcer.
Announcer, Choose Your Own, 5DN, 1958-1975; Program Manager, 1975-1978; Casual Announcer, for many years. Announcer, Just for You, 5AA, for 3 years. Casual Announcer, 5AD, for many years. Announcer, The Golden Years of Radio weekly music program, 5RPH, for many years. Current Performer, The Haus Restaurant, Hahndorf. Presenter and Musical Director, NWS9 Adelaide, in the 1950s and 1960s, performing on shows including Here's Humphrey, The Channel Niners, and Stars of Tomorrow. Organiser, Telethon Fair Wellington Square. Released approximately 15 recordings since the 1970s, including Contrasts at the Piano, Piano Favourites, and Barry Hall's Magic Keyboard. Volunteer compère, Mount Barker Christmas Pageant, for many years. Volunteer fundraiser and Performer, Strathalbyn and Districts Carer Wellness Centre, as required. Volunteer Performer, Victorian Bushfire Appeal Concert, Adelaide, 2009. Currently involved in entertainment for the elderly/aged care.
Halliday OAM, Mr Leith Ranclaud (QB1999)
For service to the community of Unley through service groups, sporting clubs and the Anglican Church.
Mr Halliday has been actively involved in the community through a number of organisations. He served on the Board of Directors of the Lions Club of Unley and subsequently served as Club President and then Club Secretary. He has been involved as a volunteer with the Unley St Augustine Anglican Church, Meals on Wheels and the Adelaide & Suburban Cricket Association. Was the President, Sturt Bowling Club, 1985-1986, having previously served as Social Secretary and Treasurer. Has been involved with Unley Museum since early 1980s.
Halliday OAM, Mrs Beryle Lorraine (Daph) (AD2006)
For service to tennis, particularly as a coach of junior players.
Founder, Encounter Bay Tennis Club, 1963; Secretary, 1963-1968 and 1972-1975; Treasurer, for 6 years; Junior Coach; Life Member, 1978. Member, Tennis SA, for 51 years; Competition Coordinator, Annual Country Carnival, for 40 years; Member, Country Activities Committee. Australian Sports Medal, 2000.
Hamann OAM, Mr Keith Maurice (QB2003)
For service to mathematics education.
Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers: Council member, 1966-1971 and 1994-1996; Chairman, organising committee, biennial conference, 1999. Australian Maths Olympiad, since 1991; Committee: Vice President, 1998-2001; State Director (SA), 1980-1981 (founding Director) and 1991; Director, South Australia and Northern Territory Australian Mathematical Olympiad Program; trainer of Australian teams for International Mathematical Olympiads. Mathematics Challenge for Young Australians: Polya Enrichment Program: Co-author of text for the program. Mathematical Association of South Australia: Vice-President, 1998-2001; President, 1969-1972 and 1995-1996; Secretary, 1964-1968. Voluntary teacher and tutor in mathematics, through St Peter's College, Trinity College, Adelaide University and Prince Alfred College, since 1984. South Australian Department of Education: Inspector and Principal Education Officer in Mathematics and Physics, 1971-1985; Mathematics Consultant, 1967-1970; mathematics teacher, 1953-1987. Michigan State University, USA: Visiting professor, 1975-1976, 1982-1983 and 1987-1988. Awards include: Australian Mathematics Trust: B H Neumann Award, 1999.
Hamann OAM, Mr John David (QB2013)
For service to athletics.
Coach, Field Events Training Squad, Adelaide, since 1980; State Event Coach, Decathlon, 1970-1980; State Team Manager and Coach (various events), 1975-2003. Board Member, Athletics South Australia, 1980-1982; Technical Manager, 1986-1990 and 1994-2001. Australian Solidarity Coach, South Australia Olympic Council, 1982, 1985, 1996, 2000, 2001 and 2006. Committee Member, Track and Field Coaches Association, 1970-1985. Judge, International Association of Athletics Federation, Panel of International Technical Officials, 1982-2007. Official Coach, International Association of Athletics Federation; Accredited Lecturer. Member, Athletics Australia Facilities and Equipment Commission. Athlete, representing South Australia and Australia, 1962-1982. Volunteer, City Bay Fun Run, since 2005; current volunteer Trustee, City Bay Fun Run Trust. Life Member, Athletics Australia, 2010. Life Member, Athletics South Australia, 2008. Awards/recognition include: Australian Sports Medal, 2000.
Hambour OAM, Mr Eli (QB2003)
For service to the community of Kapunda.
Appointed a Justice of the Peace, 1932. Member, Royal Association of Justices of South Australia, since 1932; longest serving member; made Honorary member, 1997. Secretary, Kapunda Hospital, 1932-1961. Councillor, Kapunda Corporation, for 9 years during 1930s. Charter President, Kapunda Rotary Club; active member and Honorary Auditor, since 1958. Secretary, Kapunda Golf Club, Kapunda Football Club and Kapunda High School OId Scholars Association. Secretary, Kapunda Trotting Club, 1945-1975; committee member, until 1995. Also involved in the formation of the Club. Foundation Board Member, South Australian Totalisator Board. Representative to Trotting League, for 9 years. Representative to Trotting Control Board; Life member. Appointed to the Racecourse Development Board representing country racing, 1975. Established an accounting practice in Kapunda, 1930s. Fellow, Institute of Accountants (now the Australian Society of CPA).
Hamilton OAM, Mr Kevin Cyril (AD2007)
For service to the community through fundraising activities for charitable organisations, and as a member of the South Australian Parliament.
Fundraiser, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Adelaide, by walking from Adelaide to Port Pirie and, often, back to Adelaide, from 1989 to 1996; these walks also raised funds for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Member of South Australian Parliament, Albert Park electorate, 1979-1993; including Chair of the Public Accounts Committee. Councillor, City of Charles Sturt, 1997-1999. Administrator, Railways Union, in the early 1970s. Volunteer, Meals on Wheels. Justice of the Peace, since 1972.
Hammat OAM, Mr Peter Glenn (AD2003)
For service to the communities of the Northern Areas region of South Australia, particularly through the administration of health services.
Mid North Regional Health Service Board: Chairperson, 1996-2001; member, since 1995. Jamestown Hospital Board: Board Member, 1969-2002; Chairperson, 1992-1997; member, Finance Committee, for many years; Chairperson, 1990-1992. Organiser of Annual Wool Show, 1968-2002; President, 1969-1972 and 1980-1984; volunteer, since 1961. Gulnare Silo Committee: Secretary, 1994. Spalding District Council (now Northern Areas Council): Councillor, 1968-1975 and 1982-1985. Washpool Tennis Club: President, 1985. Spalding Country Fire Service: Lieutenant, since 1986; Vice-President, 1980-1982. Washpool Country Fire Service: Treasurer, 1986; President, 1975-1985; Vice-President, 1969-1972. Spalding Drama Group: Member, 1983-1994. Jamestown High School Council: Former Member, 1986-1993. Spalding Primary School Council: Member, 1976-1981; Secretary, 1976, 1977 and 1979. Awards include: Spalding District Council Australia Day Citizen of the Year, 1997.
Hammond AM, Mr Robert Allen (QB2003)
For service to Australian Rules football, particularly through the development of the Adelaide Football Club and as a player and coach.
Australian Rules Football - South Australia. Chairman - Adelaide Football Club, 1991-2001; member, Interim Board, 1990. Member, Board of Management - Norwood Football Club (South Australian National Football League), 1981-1990; Life Member, 1990; Coach and Player, 1974-1979. Life Member - South Australian National Football League, 1973. Player - North Adelaide Football Club, 1960-1973. Coach - South Australian State of Origin Football Team, 1983. Australian Rules Football –Victoria. Coach - South Melbourne Football Club (now Sydney Swans), 1986. Australian Football League Commissioner, since 2001; Life Member.
Hammond OAM, Mr Peter James (AD2005)
For service to the community, particularly through the Echunga Brigade of the Country Fire Service.
Captain, Echunga Brigade of the South Australian Country Fire Service, since 1991; Member, since 1980; Group Training Officer, 1980-1992. Assists with the organisation of the Echunga Picnic Races, the annual RSL Dawn Service breakfast and the Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under (an international bike race).
Hampton OAM, Mr Kenneth Valentine (QB1985)
For service to the Aboriginal community.
Welfare Officer, Davenport Reserve 1963, Koonibba Reserve 1968. Chairman, Aboriginal Community Centre 1969. Aboriginal Vocational Office, Department of Labour 1971-75. Chairman, Aboriginal Task Force 1974-76. Committee member, Aboriginal Community College 1976; Chairman of Centre 1981. South Australian Area Officer, Department of Aboriginal Affairs 1975. Lay Chaplain for Aborigines, Anglican Social Welfare from 1981.
Hams OAM, Mr Maxwell Edward (AD1981)
For service to local government.
Hancock AO, Prof Keith Jackson (AD1987)
For service to learning.
Vice-Chancellor, Flinders University 1980-86, Pro Vice-Chancellor 1974-80. Appointed Professor of Economics, Flinders University 1964. President Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia 1981-84. Chairman, Committee of Review into Australian Industrial Relations Law and Systems 1983-85. Chairperson, Board of State Bank of South Australia 1983-84, Vice-Chairperson, Board of new State Bank of South Australia since 1984. Member: Commonwealth Review Group on the Australian Financial System (the Martin Committee) 1982-83; Australian Research Grants Committee 1972-73, 1977-79; Advisory Committee of the National Population Inquiry 1971-74.
Hancock OAM, Mr Hedley Ronald (AD2005)
For service to the community of Mount Gambier, particularly through journalism and rural show and ex-Service groups.
ABC News Correspondent and Casual Journalist, ABC News, from c1950?2000. News Editor, Radio 5SE, 1980-1994. News Editor, The Border Watch, Mount Gambier, 1975-1980; Senior Journalist, 1968-1975. Sports Reporter, The Advertiser, in the 1970s and early 1980s. Other service to the community includes: Member, Mount Gambier Show Society, from 1973; Committee Member; Chairman of the Horticultural Section, 1977-2003; Life Member. Member, Legacy, for 39 years. Member, Returned and Services League of Australia.
Hancock OAM, Mrs Jean Durran (AD2007)
For service to the community through aged care, disability, emergency services and volunteer organisations.
Director of Nursing, Woodville Nursing Home, since 1985. Various nursing supervisory roles in South Australian hospitals, 1966-1985. Nursing Officer, Glenelg Combined Division, St John Ambulance - SA, 1979-2003; also served as First Aid Training Officer and was on the State Emergency Response List. Volunteer, Holiday Explorers, since 1990; supports people with an intellectual disability on day trips and weekend, interstate and overseas holidays. Volunteer, Involvement Volunteers, India and Nepal, 2003; and Zambia, 2005. Awards include: Service Medal, St John Ambulance - SA, 2001; and Bar, 2005.
Hancock OAM, Mr Mostyn William (QB2012)
For service to the community of Willunga.
Current President, Management Committee, Willunga Recreation Park Inc; Life Member; active Member, since 1991; Coordinator, Willunga Almond Blossom Festival, for many years. President, Willunga Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia, since 2008; active Member, since 1976. Treasurer, South Australian Branch, Royal Australian Regiment. Active Member, Legacy (Willunga Districts), since 1979. Committee Member, Willunga Demons Club. Former Committee Member, Willunga Football Club; Life Member. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, City of Onkaparinga, 2008.
Handley OAM, Mrs Mary Galloway (AD1997)
For service to music, particularly to opera in South Australia.
Mrs Handley has been actively involved with music in South Australia for many years. During the 1960s she played the piano accompaniment for the Intimate Opera Group and was also a member of the Group's administrative committee. In 1972 the Group then became known as New Opera SA, and Mrs Handley was made a member of the Artistic Committee. New Opera became the State Opera of South Australia. Mrs Handley served as the first President of the Friends of the State Opera and was a Board member for eight years. Member of the Adelaide Eisteddfod and President for six years and recently became a Life member. Member of Musica Viva South Australia Committee 15 years, President and National Board Representative since 1993.
Hanen OAM, Mrs Margaretha Anna (AD1994)
For service to the provision of aged care programs for people from non-English speaking backgrounds.
Currently manager of the Multicultural Dementia Respite Project (SA). For many years, Mrs Hanen has been committed to providing services for the aged particularly those with non-English speaking backgrounds. Appointed by the Prime Minister to the Advisory Council on Multicultural Affairs. Multicultural adviser to the Committee for the Ageing (SA) involved in the implementation of the "Ethnic Link", "Regional Ethnic Community Care Workers Program", and Multicultural Respite Care Project. Member of the Ethnic Communities Council (SA) Management Committee.
Hann OAM, Mrs Marjory Helen (AD1988)
For service to the visual arts.
Teacher, Workers' Education Association of Adelaide 1980-87 and Kensington Technical and Further Education Centre several years. Painter in oils, pastels and water colour. Fellow, Royal Society of Arts, SA; Council member and Selection Committee member, Adelaide Art Society 1966-87; instigator of tutorial classes of the Society since 1976. Tutor many country centres 1980-87.
Hanna AM, Brig Timothy James (AD2009)
For exceptional service to the Australian Army as Director Army Personnel Agency -- Adelaide, as Commander 9th Brigade and as the Army Area Representative -- South Australia.
Brigadier Hanna’s service as a senior commander has featured strong leadership, initiative and a determination to enhance the performance of the Army Reserve. He was instrumental in developing an operational capability in the 9th Brigade and was an innovative and insightful leader, significantly improving management processes in the Army Personnel Agency - Adelaide. His exceptional achievements in command have been in accordance with the highest ideals and standards of the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force.
Hannaford AM, Mr Brian Douglas (AD1984)
For service to education.
Mr Hannaford was principal of Marion High School for almost 10 years, during which time the school was brought to national and international attention through its innovations and action in reforming the secondary school education structure. Mr Hannaford was closely involved in developing new concepts of religious education in schools, upon which he served, have now been implemented in all government schools in South Australia.
Hannaford OAM, Mr Neville David (AD1998)
For service to music through the Brighton Secondary School and the Australian Music Examinations Board.
Mr Hannaford is an educator, teacher, musician and conductor. He has been the Head of Music in the Special Interest Music Centre of Brighton Secondary School since 1976, and since this time he has established a highly regarded choral and instrumental programme. Serves as a member of the State Committee of Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) since 1978, and has been an examiner in both theory and practical since 1983. Mr Hannaford represents South Australia as a Federal Examiner for AMEB as a Specialist on the Australia-wide Theory and Musicianship panel, and he has held a variety of other positions with the federal body. Conducted the Brighton Concert Choir that performed in England and Rome in 1997.
Hanrahan OAM, Miss Helen Margaret (QB1984)
For service to the community.
Hanson AM, Dr Thomas Anthony (QB2000)
For service to the sheep industry through improving knowledge and control of Ovine Johne's Disease in flocks, and to the community as a fundraiser for children's medical research.
Served as Chairman of the South Australian Ovine Johne's Disease Committee, since 1997. Through this role, he has ensured, the interests of South Australian sheep producers have been appropriately considered by the state government. President, South East Merino Sheepbreeders’ Association, 1996 to 1998. Chairman, Child Health Research Institute since 1997. Dr Hanson has conducted major fundraising campaigns for research under the auspices of the Women's and Children's Hospital (to which he has made personal contributions). President (1994 to 1998), St Peter's College Foundation. As Chair, Dr Hanson has assisted raising several million dollars to support the school. Chairman (since 1998), St Peter's College Collegians' Association. Local Government representative, South East Water Conservation and Drainage Board since 1992. Board Member, Wyatt Benevolent Institution, 1998. Board Member and Treasurer, Medical Defence Association of South Australia since 1993.
Harbison OAM, Mr James Ross (AD1981)
For community service.
Harbison OAM, Mrs Ina Patricia (AD2012)
For service to marine conservation in South Australia.
Current Vice-President, Friends of Gulf St Vincent; President, 2004-2010; Founding Member, 2004; Life Member. naugural Member, Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary Board, 2005; Chairperson, Barker Inlet Port Estuary Committee; Founding Member. Founding Consultant/Director, pH environment, 1985-2002. South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy Representative, Marine Environment Protection Committee of South Australia, 1993. Committee Member, Northern Adelaide and Barossa Catchment Water Management Board. Alderman, Gawler Council, 1979-1986; Deputy Mayor.
Hardy AO, Mrs Barbara Rosemary (AD1987)
For service to conservation and to the community.
Commissioner, Australian Heritage Commission, 1981-84. Council member, National Parks Foundation of South Australia Inc. since 1981. Trustee and Executive Council member World Wildlife Fund Australia. Member, South Australian Energy Council 1979-85; Core Evaluation Panel for Natural Areas of Australian Heritage Commission, South Australia Branch. Delegate, Conservation Council of South Australia. Consultant on heritage and geology, Jubilee 150 Youth Trek project. Director, South Australian Branch, Board of Australian Mutual Provident Society since 1981. Commissioner, part-time, Planning Appeal Tribunal, since 1984.
Hardy AM, Dr Douglas (QB1990)
For service to medicine.
Has contributed to medical practice, medical education and medical administration in SA for 33 years. President of the Medical Board of SA 1984-1989, Member since 1982. Vice-President of the Australian Medical Council since 1988. Executive Member 1985-1988 and Chairman of its Uniformity Committee. Developed a fair and reasonable examination for overseas trained doctors. Acting Director, Sexually Transmitted Disease Services, SA Health Commission 1985-1986; their Senior Visiting Medical Practitioner 1977. Received Honorary Doctorate of University of Adelaide 1981-1984; Associate Dean 1979-1980; Senior Lecturer, Department of Microbiology 1964-1982. Member, Committee on Ethics of Human Experimentation since 1980.
Hardy AM, Mr Ian Kenneth (QB2008)
For service to the community, particularly in the area of aged care as a leading contributor to the development of better services, and through support for opera.
Instrumental in developing an international collaborative research alliance called the Centre for Aged Care Studies, 2007. Current Member, Community Care Ministerial Advisory Committee. Chairman, Australian Centre for Community Ageing; a joint venture of Helping Hand Aged Care, University of South Australia, Delfin Lend Lease and the Centre for Ageing Studies. Member, Commonwealth's Community Care Review, since 2003. Member, Review of Pricing Arrangements in Residential Aged Care, Department of Health and Ageing, 2002-2004. President, Aged and Community Services Australia, 1999-2001. Invited to a peer review of New Zealand's Waikato District Health Board's strategy for aged care, 2004. Board Member, International Association of Homes and Services for the Ageing, 2001. Member, National Aged Care Compliance and Accreditation Forum, 2000. Member, editorial advisory group for the national publication Elder Law Review, 2001-2004. Contributor to numerous conferences/discussions on aged care in New Zealand, Singapore and Spain. Member, South Australian Ministerial Advisory Board on Ageing, 1999-2002. Member, South Australian Disability Advisory Committee, 1997-1999. Chairman, Aged and Community Services (South Australia/ Northern Territory), 1997-1999. Member, Advisory Committee for the Graduate Course in Applied Gerontology at Flinders University. Board Member, Bone Growth Research Foundation, 1994-2006. Board Member, Adelaide Northern Division of General Practice, since 2006. Board Member, Repatriation General Hospital, Adelaide, since 2005. Chairman, Co-Opera, since 1997. Manager, Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and State Radio Manager, ABC Tasmania. Inaugural State Manager, ABC Northern Territory, 1982-1984. Former Head, ABC Classical FM. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Ministerial Award for Excellence in Leadership and Management in Community Service, 2007. Fellow, University of South Australia, 2005. National Aged and Community Services Award, 2004.
Harfield OAM, Mrs Cynthia June (AD2002)
For service to the community, particularly through the Scouting movement and sporting groups.
Involved in the Scouting movement for over 45 years. District Commissioner, Western Districts, Scouts Australia, SA Branch, 1992-2001. Committee Member, State 'Managers of Scouting' Conferences. Chair, District Commissioner's Council. Oversaw the introduction of girls into the Scouting movement, 1988. Foundation Committee Member and Treasurer, Scout Gliding Group, 1972-1985. Member, International Group of Gilwell Scouts. Involved in Father and Son camps, promoting the Scouting movement through schools, fundraising at the Adelaide Football Club, and within the multicultural community. Leader Trainer for ‘Adults in Scouting’. Involved in netball, since 1948; as a player, coach and national representative for Masters netball. Founder and Coach, Southern Gems (team comprising players aged 45 years and over), 1992-2001. Foundation Committee Member, Women's Masters Competition, 1992. Involved in running children's camps, 1960s-1980s. Coach and trainer, United Churches Netball Clubs for over 30 years; State selector for United Churches Netball teams. Kiosk Manager, Henley Beach Sailing Club, 1980s-1990s. Catering Co-ordinator, Gliding Federation of SA, 1970s-1980s. Judge, SA District Cooking Shows, 1950s-1965. Awards include: Silver Emu, National Scout Award for sustained and exceptional service, 2001. Certificate of Appreciation, City of Charles Sturt, 1999. Citizen of the Year, West Torrens Municipal Council, 1998. Certificate of Appreciation, City of West Torrens, 1998.
Harford OAM, Mr Brian Patrick (QB1981)
For public service.
Hargreaves OAM, Mr Edward Roy (AD1997)
For service to conservation of Australian native orchids and to the Native Orchid Society of South Australia.
Co-founder, Native Orchid Society of South Australia (1977). Served as Foundation Secretary many years and is the current (1996) President. He has promoted all aspects of growing, researching, conserving, rescuing and replanting native Australian orchids for 20 years. He organised the printing and distribution of their journal for all of its 20 years. Mr Hargreaves, with others, has had a shadehouse erected at the Black Hill Flora Research Centre where he regularly maintains native orchids. He is a Life Member of the Orchid Club of South Australia. He makes regular donations to the Australian Orchid Foundation of which he is a member.
Harley OAM, Mr Michael Philip (QB2000)
For service to cycling as the initiator and continuing administrator of the Findon Skid Kids bicycle club, and as a fundraiser for charitable organisations.
Mr Harley has been continuously involved with the bicycle club "The Findon Skid Kids" since 1958. At the age of 16, he arranged to use some land owned by the local Council to build a bicycle track. He also arranged to borrow Council machinery on weekends to construct and maintain the facility. A clubhouse was then built. The club holds speedway bicycle races, and for over 30 years, riders have performed trick riding and donated the money raised to various charities. Teams have been competing internationally since 1983. In recent years, Mr Harley has been the Team Manager for the junior test team in competitive events staged against teams from the United Kingdom. In 1995, the team was the first ever to defeat the English in the World Cup. On numerous occasions, Mr Harley used his house as security to obtain loans for the Club. Named Lions Father of the Year in 1978 for his work with the Findon Skid Kids.
Harlow OAM, Mr Denis (QB2005)
For service to soccer as a player, coach, administrator and author to the South Australian Soccer Federation and the Cumberland United and Campbelltown City Soccer Clubs.
South Australian Soccer Federation: Current Chair, Hall of Fame Committee; Staff Coach, during 1970s and 1980s; Senior State Coach, 1973; State Team Manager, 1994-2002; Chair, Coaching and Junior Development Review, 1997; Technical Operations Manager, 2000 Olympic Games Tournament, Adelaide, 1999-2000; Committee Member, Centenary Committee, 2003. Author, The History of Soccer in South Australia, 2003. Vice-President, Cumberland United Soccer Club Inc, 1991-1996; Committee Member,1964-1968 and 1988-1996; Senior Coach, 1969-1980 and 1986; Life Member, 1970; Secretary, 1967-1968; player, 1960-1970. Senior Coach, Campbelltown City Soccer and Social Club Inc, early 1980s. Committee Member, FIFA, Technical Committee, World Youth Championships, 1981 and 1993. Awards/recognition include: Inductee, Hall of Fame, Australian Soccer Association, 2003. Meritorious Service Award, South Australian Soccer Federation, 1988.
Harmstorf OAM, Dr Ian Arnold (QB2003)
For service to the community, particularly through the preservation and promotion of the history of South Australians of German heritage.
Has worked for over 30 years to preserve and promote the multicultural traditions, history and contribution of South Australians of German heritage. Published over 50 works including the Barossa Survey, 1979, the Handorf Survey (studies on the history and architecture of the districts), 1981; and his most recent work South Australian Germans and Federation. Member, Multicultural Communities Council of South Australia; current Vice-President. Foundation member, German Descendants Group of the German Association of South Australia, for over 20 years; current Vice-President of the German Association. Foundation member, Multicultural Education Coordinating Committee. Vice-Chairman, Historical Society of South Australia. Member, Goethe Society of South Australia. Member, Public Examination Board of the German Subject Committee. Member, History Teachers' Association. Member, Modern Language Teachers' Association. Member, History of Education Society.
Harper OAM, Mr Arthur Leslie (QB1989)
For service to the community, particularly through marine safety.
Radio Officer in Charge, Volunteer Coastguard Station at Stansbury since 1979.
Harrell OAM, Ms Beverly Anne (AD2006)
For service to the entertainment industry as a singer and to the community in the support of ex-service welfare organisations.
'Pop' singer during the 1960s; won 4 national music awards: Best Australian Female Vocal, 1966; Australia's Top Female Singer, 1966; Best Australian Female Recording Artist, 1966/1967; and, Best Australian Album, 1967. Performer, concerts in Australia and overseas, 1970s-1990s and current volunteer. Volunteer Performer, Vietnam Veterans Day Concert, South Australia Branch, Vietnam Veterans' Association of Australia, since 1999. Volunteer Performer at Annual Christmas Concert, Day Program, Psychiatry Department, Repatriation General Hospital, Daw Park, on 2 occasions. Volunteer Performer, Sydney ‘Welcome Home Parade’ Concert, 1987; Brisbane Anzac Day Concert, 1991; Canberra Memorial Dedication Concert, 1992; and Launceston Concert, 1993; all theses events involved Vietnem veterans. Toured Vietnam in 1967 and 1970 as a troop entertainer. Volunteer Performer, South Australia’s Channel 10’s annual Telethon Christmas Appeal, mid 1970s-1980s; and Good Friday Appeal Telethon in Melbourne and Darwin. Volunteer Performer, ‘Childhood Cancer’ at Renmark’s ‘Run, Rally and Rock’, on several occasions; Adelaide’s Rock ‘n Roll Club’s childhood cancer fundraiser event; and the Leukemia Foundation’s fundraising event at the Adelaide Town Hall. Volunteer Performer, ‘Grand Prix de Elegance’ combined charities event, Alice Springs, 1988.
Harrington OAM, Mrs Ruth Crossman (AD2009)
For service to veterans through the South Australian Branch of the Returned Services League of Australia.
State Councillor for Dollman, South Australian Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia, 2001-2006; Member, since 1984; Member, State Branch Ethics Committee, 2003-2006; Member, State Membership Committee, 2002-2006. President, Returned Sisters Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia, 1995-1998; Vice-President, 1993-1994. Inaugural Lecturer in Nursing, Sturt College of Advanced Education, South Australia, 1975-1985. Domiciliary Care Sister, Masonic Village, Somerton Park, South Australia, late 1980s-1992. Nurse Educator, Royal Adelaide Hospital, during the 1970s. Nurse, Royal Adelaide Hospital; training completed during the 1940s. Lieutenant, Australian Army Nursing Service, 145 Australian General Hospital, during the 1940s.
Harris OAM, Dr David John (AD1991)
For service to the community and to preservation, particularly through the National Trust.
Dr Harris has practised medicine in Millicent since 1954. In 1957 he became Chairman of the Millicent Kindergarten, and during his period in office a new building was built and the kindergarten became affiliated with the SA Kindergarten Union. He has been Principal Medical Officer at the Millicent District Hospital for more than 25 years, during which he was also the Divisional Surgeon for the St. John Ambulance. Dr Harris played an instrumental role in the establishment of the Millicent Branch of the National Trust and has been Chairman since 1960. The branch was among the first to show interest in preservation and restoration of some of the old buildings in the district. It has also been responsible for the establishment of an award-winning museum which has enabled many local items of interest to be preserved and restored. Dr Harris is a Life Member of the National Trust of SA. He is also a charter member of Millicent Rotary and actively supports other local community organisations.
Harris OAM, Mr Mervyn (AD1982)
For service to the sport of basketball.
Mr Harris has participated in international rules basketball for over 40 years. He has been a player, captain and coach of the North Adelaide Basketball Club. Apart from Club and State involvement, he is well-known on the national sporting scene, coaching championship teams at junior level as well as men's and women's senior teams. He was a committee member of the South Australian Basketball Association for 22 years and a State selector for 30 years.
Harris AO, Mr Frank Randall (QB1982)
For public service.
Mr Harris joined the Municipal Tramways Trust as a cost accountant in 1953. He was appointed Commercial Manager in 1965. In October 1981 he retired from the position of General Manager of the State Transport Authority to which he was appointed in 1977. He has served with several Institutes related to Accounting and Management, and is a former State President of the Australasian Institute of Cost Accountants and a former President of the Royal Automobile Association.
Harris OAM, Mr Alfred Keith (QB1990)
For service to children in remote areas.
Has travelled on the Slow Mixed Goods Train (The Australian National Railways Tea and Sugar Train) in the first week of December dressed as Santa Claus in extreme heat to distribute gifts, drinks and sweets to the 200 children of rail maintenance crews on the 1600 km Nullarbor track, 1960-90.
Harris OAM, Mr Donald Dunstan (QB1980)
For service to the Scout Association of Australia.
Harris AM, Mr Wilfred John (QB1987)
For service to primary industry, particularly in the field of oenology.
Director, Murray River Wholesale Co-op Ltd. since 1971. Chairman 1982-86; Renmano Wines Pty. Ltd., Berri Estates Pty. Ltd., and Consolidated Co-op Wineries Ltd. Chairman, Berri Co-op Winery and Distillery Ltd. 1970-82, Director 1966-86. Since 1970 has held executive positions with State and National Wine and Brandy organisations, including President, Wine and Brandy Co-op Producers' Association of Australia, 1981-83. Committee member 1974-86 of the South Australia Fruit Growing District Arbitration Association.
Harris AO, Mr Maxwell Henley (QB1989)
For service to journalism and publishing.
Author and journalist since 1940s. Joint founder-owner of the pioneer Australian publishing company Reed and Harris. Founder and editor of a number of Australian historic literary journals including "Angry Penguins", "Australian Letters" and "Australian Book Review". Author of books and verse and volumes of social and cultural criticism. Senior columnist for "The Australian" newspaper for 25 years from the first issue. Invited by the British to furnish the introductory text to the "Angry Penguin Exhibition" which has returned to tour Australian centres in 1989.
Harris OAM, Mrs Diana Jean (QB2008)
For service to education in the field of music.
Councillor then President, Music Teachers’ Association of South Australia (MTASA), since 2004. Member, State Advisory Board, Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB), representing MTASA, since 2005; AMEB examiner, 1987-1992. Member, Management Committee, Community Radio Station 5MBS, 2003-2007; Organiser, national (2005) and state (2005-2008), MBS Young Performer of the Year Awards. Founder, Accompanists Guild of SA Inc, 1983; President, Secretary and Committee Member; Convenor, 2008 Festival and Conference Accompanists. Principal Lecturer, Practical Studies, Flinders Street School of Music, for many years. Head of Program, Curriculum development, Piano and Accompaniment, Music Language Studies, Contemporary Classical Composition, Adelaide University Elder Conservatorium, since 2002. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001. Australian Music Centre Award for her contribution to the advancement of Australian music in education, 2001. TAFE Gold Medal Award for her outstanding contribution to music education, 1997. Scholarship established in her name by the Elder Conservatorium of Music.
Harrison AO, Rev Vernon Henry (QB1986)
For service to the community, particularly in the field of aged care.
Superintendent and Chairman, Helping Hand Centre Inc., in North Adelaide since 1967. Chairman, South Australian Council on the Ageing 1976-79, Director of the Australian Council on the Ageing since 1975, President 1979-81. Member, South Australian Voluntary Care Association 1974-82, Secretary 1977-80. Part-time Commissioner, South Australian Health Commission 1977-81; Chairman, Health Services Advisory Committee 1980-81. National Consultative Council, Department of Social Security, Member since 1978; Acting Chairman 1980-81; Chairman 1981-83. Chairman, Commission for Ministry with Senior Adults, Uniting Church in Australia since 1983.
Harrison OAM, Mr John Dennis (AD1986)
For service to the sport of Australian football.
Harrison OAM, Mr William (AD1993)
For service to music.
Respected teacher, adjudicator, patron of performing arts for many years, noted for assistance young singers and musicians. Conductor The Hills Choral Society and Kingfisher Chamber Choir, both groups major prize winners in Adelaide Eisteddfod. Foundation Member, ABC Group Adelaide Singers 1945, Intimate Opera Group 1950s which later became State Opera of South Australia; active supporter of Opera company as member of Friends group, holding fund-raising concerts in his home and performing as soloist. Significant and sustained contribution to development of vocal and choral music in SA.
Harrison OAM, Mr Gerrald Francis (AD2004)
For service to the welfare of veterans and their families, and to the community as a participant in programs developed to educate children about Australia's military history.
Pension and Welfare Officer, Returned and Services League of Australia, Henley and Grange, Seaton, Largs Bay and Port Adelaide Sub Branches, since 1989. Member, Younger Veterans' Consultative Committee and Commemoration Consultative Committee, Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA); Participant, the Remembering Together program (a DVA outreach program to schools). President, South Australian Division, Korea and South East Asia Forces Association of Australia, since 1994; Member, since 1982. Life Member, Korea and South East Asia Forces Association, 2003.
Hart AO ISO, Mr Stuart Beaumont (QB2012)
For distinguished service to the community of South Australia through leadership roles in public administration, particularly urban and regional planning, to policy reform, and to the development of conservation initiatives.
Director of Planning, South Australia, 1957-1983; Chairman, State Planning Authority, Coast Protection Board and Metropolitan Transportation Committee; Member, Public Parks, River Torrens and Long Distance Trail Committees. Directed preparation of 1962 plan to guide development of Metropolitan Adelaide and the subsequent introduction of planning policies in metropolitan and regional areas. Identified Adelaide Hills Face Zone and site for proposed new town at Monarto. Oversaw initial development of the Heysen Trail, and suggested site finally chosen for Adelaide Festival Centre. Carried out inquiry into control of private development in South Australia. Awards/recognition include: Imperial Service Order, 1982. Centenary Medal, 2001.
Hartigan OAM, WO 1 Raymond Barrett (QB1983)
For service to the Australian Army, particularly as the Regimental Sergeant Major, Army Apprentice School.
Hartley OAM, Mrs Shirley Phyllis (AD1989)
For service to the community.
Member, National Council of Women, SA 26 years, President since 1986, Vice-President 1980-85, Honorary Treasurer 1977-80, Editor of Newsletter 1980-85, convener of Economics Standing Committee 1984-86. Member, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Board 1977-80; member, Royal Society for the Blind, Enfield Auxiliary 16 years.
Hartwich OAM, Ms Cordula (QB2002)
For service to the aged community of Unley, particularly through the Fullarton Lutheran Homes.
Carer of the frail aged in need of physical, emotional and spiritual support, Fullarton Lutheran Homes, 1972-1984; has continued to work at the Home in a voluntary capacity; participated in the devotional programme; involved with the Friends of the Home volunteer group; planted a garden at the Home for the benefit of the aged residents; supplies flowers to the Home, and provides her time once a week to prepare flower arrangements and participate in a reminiscing group with residents. Member, Unley Garden and Floral Art Club, since 1986.
Hartwig OAM, Mr Gilbert Beric (QB2007)
For service to the environment through conservation activities, particularly feral animal control, and to the sport of shooting.
Chairman and Founding Member, Hunting and Conservation Branch, Sporting Shooters Association of Australia Inc, since 1992; National Coaching Director, 1980s-1990s. Current Committee Member, Hunting and Conservation Branch. Sporting Shooters Association of Australia (SA) Inc; Former President, for 3 years; former Vice-President, for 5 years; State Coaching Director, 1980s-1990s; Treasurer, 1968-1972; Life Member, 1982; Member, since 1966. Former delegate to the Australian Shooting Association (now known as Australian International Shooting Ltd). Served as a Judge and Referee at state, national and international shooting competitions, 1990s-2000s. Current Committee Member, Yellow Footed Rock Wallaby Preservation Association Inc; Co-Founder, 1990s. Co-Founder, Bunkers Conservation Reserve, 2001.
Harvey OAM, Mr Dean Lawrence (AD1981)
For community service.
Harvey OAM, Mr Herbert Colin Livingston (QB1986)
For service to the community.
Foundation Member, Langhorne Creek Bowling Club serving in executive positions since 1960-71; since served the Alexandra, Strathalbyn and Murray Bridge Clubs. Member, Past Presidents' Association 1984-86. Active with the Murray Bridge Hunt Club since 1956. Served with the Woodchester Emergency Fire Service 1930-76. Executive positions with Strathalbyn Lions Club 1968-77 and Murray Bridge Lions Club since 1978. 32 years service as Justice of the Peace.
Harvey OAM, Mr Maxwell Roy (AD1980)
For community service.
Harvey AM, Mr Richard Gilbert (AD1999)
For service to primary industry in the fields of animal and plant pest control, and land management.
Mr Harvey was an inaugural member of the Vermin Control Advisory Committee in 1963 and has worked in this field since then. He was a Commissioner until 1998 of the Animal and Pest Control Commission and the statutory bodies (Vertebrate Pests Control Authority and the Pest Plants Commission) which the Commission replaced. Benefits resulting from his efforts are biological control for pest plants; the capacity to deal with crisis situations such as a mouse plague; group baiting schemes for fox control; recognition of the dingo as an Australian wildlife species whilst providing effective protection for the sheep and cattle industries; support for a more effective insect vector to enhance the effect of myxomatosis; and research into the feral goat problem. Mr Harvey also held the positions of Vice-President and member of the Executive of the Stockowners Association of SA; member, CSIRO Advisory Committee for SA; member, Wool Research Committee of the Australian Wool Board; member, Ramsay Committee on rural education in SA and Steward for the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of SA. Donated 700 acres of natural vegetation for a National Parks’ conservation reserve.
Harvey OAM, Mr John Vernon (QB2007)
For service to the brewing industry, particularly through the Institute of Brewing and Distilling, and to the community through Rotary International.
Former Head Brewer, The South Australian Brewing Company; employed, 1946-1985. Secretary and Treasurer, Institute of Brewing and Distilling, Asia Pacific Section, 1953-1957 and 1985-1995; Vice-President, 1991-2000; Member, Section Committee, 1953-1965 and 1985-1995; Secretary and Member, Editorial Sub-Committee, and Editor, 1995-1998; Publisher and Editor, Section Newsletter, 1985-1998; Fellow; Life Member. Initiated the first locally-based scientific conference for Australian brewers. Fellow, Royal Australian Chemical Institute. Fellow, Australian Institute of Food and Science and Technology. Involved in the establishment of the Australian International Beer Awards; Chief Judge, 1991-1993. Correspondent, Brauwelt, (Beer World, European technical journal); writer of technical papers, publications and general reviews for regional journals and newsletters. Representative, Barley Improvement Scheme Technical Committee, 1969-1980. Member, Rotary Club of Thebarton, since 1975; Secretary, 1995-2003; Honorary Member, 2005; Paul Harris Fellow, 1993; involved in researching and writing the club's history.
Harvey OAM, Mr Ronald Leonard (AD2008)
For service to baseball, particularly as a coach educator and instructor, as a selector and to junior player development.
Youth Secretary, Australian Baseball Federation, 1988-1992; Head Coach, Centre of Excellence Program, 1990; Member, Technical Committee, for 12 years; Editor, Baseball Magazine; Co-Author, Academy Manual; Level 3 Coach; Lecturer, Level 1 and 2 Coaching Courses; participant, Inaugural Development Squad. First baseball coach accepted into the Australian Institute of Sport’s Bachelor Coaching Program. Youth Team Program Coordinator, Australian Institute of Sport. Evaluating Level 2 Accreditation Program and working with coaches at the National Baseball Training Camp. Current South Australian Director of Coaching, South Australian Baseball League; Life Member; responsible for elite development; involved with developing the South Australian Baseball Sports Plan. Member, South Australian Coaches Association; Member, Coaching Coordinators Committee. President, West Torrens Baseball Club, 1983-1985; Vice-President, 1978-1983; Life Member; Division 1 and Club Coach, 1989-1994; Assistant Coach, State Claxton Shield Team, 1987-1989; Division 2 and Assistant Division 1 Coach, 1978-1988; player, 1970-1988. Coach, Port Adelaide Baseball Team, for 3 years. Assistant Coach, Adelaide Giants Baseball Team, 1990-1995; Operations Manager, 1989. Coach, South Australian Under 16 and Under 18 Youth Teams, for 16 years. Assistant Coach, Australian Team, Area Code Games, California, 1994-1995. Assistant Coach, Australian Touring Team, 1994 (American Samoa) and 1995 (Florida). Assistant Coach, Australian Team, World Youth Tournament, 1992-1993. Manager, Australian Team, World Children’s Baseball Fair, Japan, 1991. Assistant Coach, Under 19 Australian National Youth AAA Team, World Youth Championships, 1985-1986; Member of the Coaching Team, 1987-1988. Teacher, Flaxmill Primary School, 1999-2005. Teacher, Mitcham Primary School, 1996-1999. Teacher, Seaview Downs Primary School, 1993-1996. Teacher, Darlington Primary School, 1984-1993; Deputy Principal, for 18 months. Awards/recognition include: Coach of the Year, 1987. Citation for being a Sports Ambassador, USA Government.
Harvey OAM, Mr Darcy Lloyd (QB2010)
For service to the sport of sailing.
Life Member, Port Lincoln Yacht Club, since 1959; Member, since 1933; involved with sailing in Port Lincoln, for over 50 years. Life Member, Holdfast Trainer Sailing Association of South Australia, since 2007. Life Member, Wayback Football Club and Sporting Club, since 1956; actively involved in the Club, as a player, coach and administrator, since 1937. Life Member, Port Lincoln Football League, since 2006; actively involved in the League for many years; instrumental in the establishment of the Junior League; coaching roles in both Junior and Senior competitions. Awards/recognition include: ‘Fifty Year Service’ Award, Australian Football League, 2002.
Haselgrove AM, Mr Richard Francis (QB2003)
For service to the Australian wine industry, particularly through management in technical and commercial areas and elevation of industry standards and to the community through Mallee Family Care.
Non-Executive Director, Mildara Blass Limited (formerly Mildara Wines Limited), 1990-1996. Chairman, Mildara Wines Limited and then Mildara Blass Limited, 1985-1990. Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Mildara Wines, 1971-1985. Director, 1963-1996. Winemakers' Federation of Australia (it has two electoral colleges - the Australian Wine and Brandy Producers Association representing large wine producers, and the Australian Regional Winemakers' Forum representing medium and small producers): Patron, 1993; President, Australian Wine and Brandy Producers' Association, 1979-1980 and 1987-1989; Chairman, Brandy Committee, Technical Committee, Viticultural Committee; Board Member, 1973-1990; Founding President, Australian Wine Foundation, Vice-President and Board Member, since 1989. Co-operative Research Centre for Viticulture: Chairman, 1992-1999. Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria: current Chairman, Wine Committee; former Chairman, Commercial Exhibits Committee and Catering Committee; current member, Horticulture/Grains Committee and Farm Management Committee. Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology: Stage 3 (highest category) Member, since 1994. Australian Council of Viticulture: Chairman, 1991-1996. Grape & Wine Research & Development Corporation: Council Member, 1989-1991. Australian Wine & Grape Industry Advisory Council: Chairman, 1988-1989. Victorian Wine Industry Association: Board Chairman, 1986-1988. Australian Wine Research Institute: Council Member, 1977-1982. Board Member, Mallee Family Care, since 1989; President, 1991-2001; Life Member, 1998; Inaugural Chair, Weststate Inc (a major consortium of rural agencies associated with Mallee Family Care), during period of Presidency. Awards include: Distinguished Service Award, Victorian Wine Industry Association, 1997.
Hasic OAM, Mr Samir Sam (QB2010)
For service to multicultural broadcasting, and to the Bosnia-Herzegovina Muslim Society of South Australia.
Chief Presenter/Ethnic Broadcaster, Multicultural Radio Station 5EBI FM 103.1, since 2001; President, Bosnian Radio Committee, since 2003. Current Secretary, Bosnia-Herzegovina Muslim Society of SA; President, for 4 terms; Secretary, for 7 terms; Public Officer, since 2002; Treasurer, for one term; Member, since 1987. Regular Correspondent, Bosna, Bosnian Australian Weekly magazine. Member/Referee, Soccer SA Referees, since 1989. Referee/Assistant Referee, ‘A’ League Panel, National Soccer League of Australia, 1995-2006.
Haslam OAM, Ms Juliet (AD1997)
For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Atlanta Olympic Games, 1996.
Member, Australian Women's Hockey team which won a gold medal at the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996.
Haslam AO, Assoc Prof Ross Roger (QB2012)
For distinguished service to medicine, particularly as a leader in the specialities of perinatology and neonatology, to professional development, and to medical research and education.
Head, Neonatal Medicine, Women's and Children's Hospital, 1979-2011; Member, Research and Ethics Committee, 1997-2002 and Chair, 2003-2004; Secretary, High Risk Pregnancy Service, 1994-2000; Member, Research Advisory Committee, 1994-1997. Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Paediatrics and Department of Obstetrics, Faculty of Medicine, Adelaide University. Coordinator, SA Neonatal Emergency Transport Service, 1981-2010. Member, Medical Advisory Committee, Royal Flying Doctor Service (SA), 1996-2009. Member, Senior Clinical Advisory Group, Medstar Kids (South Australian Emergency Retrieval Service), 2008-2011. Member, Executive Advisory Committee, Australian and New Zealand Neonatal Network, since 1992; Chairman, since 2010. Member, Maternal and Neonatal Clinical Reference Group, SA Health, since 2006; Member, Infant Mortality Committee, 1996-2007; Member, Perinatal Mortality Committee, 1998-1991 and Chairman, 1988-1991. Member, Steering Committee, SA Cerebral Palsy Register, 1997-2001. Member, Obstetric and Neonatal Clinical Advisory Committee, South Australian Health Commission, 1988-2000. Member, Casemix Standing Committee, Australian College of Paediatrics, 1992-1996; Founding Secretary, Neonatal/Perinatal Training Committee, 1992-1995; Member, Perinatal Standing Committee, 1992-1994 and Chair, 1988-1991. Member, Specialist Advisory Committee in Paediatrics, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 1988-1994; Member, Continuing Education/Recertification Sub-Committee, 1990-1996. Member, Expert Panel, Options for Effective Care in Childbirth, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1993-1995. Member, Research Committee, Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society, 1998-2010.
Hassan AM, Em Prof Riaz Ul (QB2006)
Service to sociology, particularly as an educator, author and researcher and as a contributor to the understanding of housing needs of disadvantaged individuals and communities.
Current Australian Professorial Fellow, Australian Research Council (ARC). Participant, ARC Asia-Pacific Futures Research Network (funded for five years, 2004-2009); research areas include ‘Suicide Terrorism: The Use of Life as a Weapon’, 2005-2009, and ‘Institutional Configurations, Religiosity and Public Influence of Religious Institutions Muslim Societies: A Comparative Study’, 2002-2004. ARC Australian Reader, 2004-2005. ARC International Reader, 2003. Emeritus Professor, Flinders University, since 2005; Head, Department of Sociology, 1988-1991 and 1993-1996; Professor of Sociology, since 1988; Reader (Sociology), 1981-1988; Senior Lecturer, 1977-1980. Joined the Department following teaching service at the University of Singapore. Visiting Senior Fellow, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), 2005. Visiting Professor, Yale University, 2003 and 2006. Visiting Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, 1994 and 1997-2001. Fellow, Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 1996. Chair, Suicide Prevention Australia. Consultancy involvements include ‘Planning Review SA’, 1990-1992; and ‘International Survey Research, Chicago’, since 1972. Author and editor of works include Local and Global, Editor 2005; The Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia, Co-Editor 2003; Faithlines: Muslim Conceptions of Islam and Society, Oxford University Press 2002; Suicide Prevention: The Global Context, Co-Editor 1998; Suicide Explained: The Australian Experience, 1995; Islam, 1986; A Way of Dying: Suicide in Singapore, 1983; Ethnicity, Culture and Fertility, 1980; Families in Flats, 1977; and Singapore Society in Transition, 1976. Recognition includes: Durkheim Oration, International Association for Suicide Prevention, 1997.
Hassell AO, Mr Frank Colin (QB1982)
For service to architecture
Mr Hassell began practice as an architect in 1935. He is the founder and Chairman of Directors of Hassell and Partners Pty Ltd, the company which designed the Adelaide Festival Theatre. Secretary, Institute of Architects, South Australian Chapter, from 1959-61, and was made a Life Fellow in 1972. His further involvements include, Chairman, Board of Education, 1969-1970, and many years of voluntary service with the Legacy and Rotary Clubs of Adelaide.
Hausler AM, Mrs Lorna Ruby (QB1981)
For service to the community.
Havey AM, Sr Jillian Mary (QB1998)
For service to education, in particular Catholic school education as principal of St Dominic's Priory College, North Adelaide.
Sister Jillian has been the Principal of St Dominic's Priory College, North Adelaide since 1971. Under her leadership, the School has become a leader in the use of new technology and actively encourages female and male students to reach their full potential. She is an active member of professional associations such as the Association of Principals of Catholic Secondary Schools of South Australia and the Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia, and over the years has held a number of positions and served on various committees of both these bodies. Within the Catholic sector, Sister Jillian has been a member of the SA Commission for Catholic Schools and of the Capital Grants Allocation Commission.
Hawke OAM, Dr Vivian Lee (AD1998)
For service to medicine, particularly as a general practitioner in the Semaphore area for more than 50 years.
Dr Hawke has provided over 50 years service as a medical practitioner in the Semaphore area. He served as an Honorary Visiting Anaesthetist, Maternity Wing of Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville South during the 1950s and 1960s. Dr Hawke is a member of a number of professional bodies and in 1997 was named as a Life Member of the Australian Medical Association.
Hawking OAM RFD, Mr Donald Raymond (AD2009)
For service to youth through the Army Cadet movement, and to the community through a range of sporting and service organisations.
Former Commanding Officer, Army Cadet Corps, South Australia, 1993-1997, Founder Sponsor, 40 Army Cadet Unit Noarlunga, South Australia, for many years from 1979; Chairman, Executive committee. Volunteer goal umpire, Unley Football Club, 1997-2008; Treasurer, 1997-2000; Member, since 1997; Life Member, 2007. Former State President , Legacy Club of Adelaide; Member, since 1981. Board Member, South Australian Ambulance Service, 1996-2006; Member, Finance and Audit Committee. Director and Chairman, Ambulance Superannuation Trust. Board Member, South Australian representative, Australian War Memorial, 1990-1995. Awards/recognition include: Reserve Forces Decoration, long service award presented to officers in the Reserve elements of the Australian Defence Force, 1982. ‘Don Hawking's Anzac Day Medal’ instigated in his honour, Army Cadet Corps, South Australia, 2007. Certificate of Appreciation, Returned and Services League of Australia, 1995.
Hawkins AM, Mr Cliff (QB1988)
For service to the real estate industry.
Director, Cliff Hawkins Pty. Ltd. (real estate) since 1958. Council Member and Director, Real Estate Institute of SA Inc. since 1966; President 1975-76; Life Member 1981; represented the Institute for six years on the Council of the Real Estate Institute of Australia. Appointed to the Land and Business Agents Board 1981-87, Member of the Commercial Tribunal 1987-88. Board Member, State Transport Authority since 1981. President, Sturt Football Club 1985-86, Life Member 1976. Past President, Lions Club of Edwardstown. Life Member, Westminster School Council; Deputy Chairman 1983-86.
Hay AM, Dr Judith Alison Ruth (AD1992)
For service to blood transfusion medicine, particularly serology, and to forensic science.
Director Serology SA Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service 1964-90. Consultant Serologist Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Royal Adelaide Hospital since 1960. Serologist Forensic Science SA Police 1960-75. In 1959 established blood reference laboratory serving SA and NT; 1966 established first tissue typing laboratory in Australia for Adelaide University for organ transplants and other purposes. President, Australasian Tissue Typing Association 1981-83, Australasian Society of Blood Transfusion 1987-89. Member, SA Medical Women's Society (past Secretary), Haematology Society of Australasia, Transplantation Society of Australia and New Zealand. Aust. Red Cross Society Distinguished Service Award.
Hay OAM, Mr Robert Alexander Forbes (AD1995)
For service to people with disabilities, particularly the visually impaired.
Mr Hay has had a long association with the National Federation of Blind Citizens of Australia, having voluntarily provided assistance to the Federation at their national conventions, as well as having assisted with the administration and secretarial needs of the Federation's Adelaide Branch. He has also been a volunteer with the Blind Welfare Association Travel Club of which he is President.
Hayes AM, Mr Crawford Irving (AD1981)
For service in the field of industrial relations.
Hayes AO, Mr William Hubert (QB1989)
For service to local government and the community.
Chairman of several private companies including United Motors (Holdings) Ltd. and Motors Limited Group of Companies. Chairman, Electricity Trust of South Australia 1978-88. Member, Jubilee 150 Board 1979-87. Member, Wakefield Press Board 1983-87. Alderman, Adelaide City Council 1973-79; Lord Mayor 1971-73; Member, City of Adelaide Planning Commission 1975-77. Member, South Australian Board of Australian Bicentennial Authority 1983-85. Chairman, Festival City Broadcasters 1974-83. Chairman, Les Favell Foundation Trust since 1988. Served on several advisory committees for South Australian Government between 1975 and 1985.
Hayes AM OBE, Mr Colin Sidney (AD1994)
For service to the horseracing industry.
Mr Hayes has made an important life-long contribution to the Australian thoroughbred racing industry. Internationally known as racehorse trainer for 40 years from 1950, training more than 5000 winners and establishing Australian and world records. Won 41 training premierships, was successful in major racing events including Melbourne Cup, Golden Slipper, Cox Plate, VRC Derby, Adelaide Cup. Established Lindsay Park Stud SA as an internationally known horse training and breeding organisation; instrumental in development of the Australian industry through import bloodstock. Deputy Chair SA TAB from 1991, Board member Australian Sports Commission 1984-87.
Haywood OAM, Mrs Margaret Nancy (AD2002)
For service to the community of Mypolonga through a range of service, religious and sporting organisations.
Postmistress, 1962-1969; Assistant Postmistress, 1969-1993. Involved in numerous Uniting Church activities including assistant organist 1950-1957, organist 1964-2001, and Sunday School Teacher 1943-1957 and 1969-2001. Played key-board for The Good Companions (a group of singers who donated money raised from performances to charity), 1995-2000; Chairperson of group, 1998-2000. Established the ecumenical Kids Club, a weekly activities programme at the local primary school. Involved in numerous community activities including the Mypolonga Indoor Bowls Club, Mypolonga Community Hall and Library, Croquet Club and IOOF Lodge, as well as fundraising for the Australian Red Cross, Crippled Children Association and Salvation Army.
Haywood OAM, Mr Samual Thomas (AD2002)
For service to the community of Mypolonga through a range of service, religious and sporting organisations.
Assistant Postmaster, 1962-1969; Postmaster, 1969-1993. Inaugural Member, Mypolonga Indoor Bowls Club (formerly known as the Combined Churches Indoor Bowls Association); President, 1969-1970; Publicity Officer, 1975-1982, 1984-1985 and 1989; maintains active involvement as a member and coach. Secretary/Treasurer, Mypolonga Institute, 1973-1999; still involved. Committee Member, Mypolonga Community Hall and Library. Involved in numerous Uniting Church activities including Secretary/Treasurer, 1970-1977; Trustee, Mypolonga Uniting Church, for 36 years. Collector, Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal, 1991-2001. Secretary/Treasurer, The Good Companions (a group of singers who donated money from performances to charity), 1995-2000. Member, Freemasons Lodge, 1970s; elected Noble Grand (Highest), IOOF. Lodge, 1977, 1981, 1988, 1993 and 1997; involved since 1959.
Hazell OAM, Dr Anne (QB2003)
For service to librarianship in Australia, particularly as an advocate for teacher-librarianship and the development of school libraries.
Past President, Australian Library and Information Association School Libraries Section (SA). Past Chair, Board of Education, Australian Library and Information Association; involved in development of national competencies for library and information services industry, since early 1990s. President and Member, Council of School Library Associations of SA, over period of 15 years. Active in research and publication in areas of adolescent and children's literature and reading, and joint use libraries. Active in research into the library competencies (doctoral thesis 2002). Editor, Una Voce newsletter of the School Library Association of SA, 1993-1994; Inform SA newsletter of the Forum for Information Literacy, 1992-1993; newsletter Lines, 1985-1991; and Review a school library reviewing journal, 1975-1984. Organised Summer Schools in children's literature for many years in Adelaide. Selector of materials and judge for Readers' Cup, a school-based program promoting reading. Judge, Children's Book Council of Australia Awards, 1977-1978; SA Festival Literature Awards; and Children's Peace Literature Awards. President, Storytelling Guild of SA, 1984. Awards include: South Australia School Library Association Award, 2000. Fellow, Australian Library and Information Association, 1996.
Hazell OAM, Mrs Daphne May (QB2012)
For service to the community of Clovelly Park.
Committee Member, Clovelly Park Memorial Community Centre, 1960-2010; played a significant role in fundraising for the Centre; President, Bias Bowls Club; President, Women's Auxiliary; Life Member. Volunteer, Book Store, Melrose Park Salvation Army Store, since 2002. Volunteer Librarian, Patient Library, General Repatriation Hospital, Daws Road, since 2002. President, Clovelly Park Netball Club, for many years; Life Member; held a range of executive roles; involved for over 30 years. President, Welfare Club, Mitchell Park Primary School, 1963-1973; Life Member; Member, P&C Committee; Fête Organiser; involved in fundraising. Former Fête fundraiser, Sacred Heart Middle School, Mitchell Park.
Heading OAM, Mr Reginald John (AD2001)
For service to the community, particularly through the Whyalla Show Society, service organisations and sporting clubs.
Whyalla Agricultural Show and Horticultural Society: Inaugural President (1970-1977) and Life Member (since 1980). Service Organisations include: Member, Rotary International, since 1958; President, Rotary Club of Whyalla (1967/1968); Honorary Member, Rotary Club of Noarlunga East (1993); and President, Noarlunga East Men's Probus Club (in the Club's inaugural year of 1983, and again in 1988). Sports Clubs include: President (1954-1955) and Life Member (since 1960), Central Whyalla Football Club; Life Member, Whyalla Football League (1960); and President, Morphett Vale Bowling Club (1982-1984). Awards include: Paul Harris Fellow (1983); and Certificate of Recognition, Council on the Ageing (SA).
Healey OAM, Mr Terence Thomas (AD2003)
For service to the ageing and to veterans and their families through the administration and management of healthcare facilities.
Eldercare: Chief Executive Officer, 1993-2000. Department of Veterans' Affairs: Chief Executive Officer, Daw Park Repatriation Hospital, 1989-1992; foundation member of the Hospital's Executive Advisory Board. Deputy Commissioner, South Australia, 1985-1989; Assistant Secretary, 1981-1985; Director, 1979-1981; various other positions, 1968-1979. Aged Care Organisations' Association of South Australia and the Northern Territory: Chairman, 1997; during the preceding 5 years he served on the Executive as Treasurer and member/Chair of multiple sector-based committees. Aged Care Australia: Director, 1997. Aged Care Standards and Accreditation Agency Limited: Board Member, since 1997. Flinders Medical Centre: Board Member 1987-1995.
Healey OAM, Mr Keith (AD2007)
For service to building and construction through a range of organisations in the ceramic tile industry, to vocational training and education, and to the community.
President, Australian Tile Council, 1972-1976; Treasurer, 1974, 1987-1988, 1991-1995 and 1997-2005; Secretary, 1988 and 1999-2005; Vice-President, 1977-1980 and 1985; Executive Member, 1981-1984, 1986 and 1996; Member, since 1965; Life Member. President, Australian Tile Council (South Australia) Division, 1972-1975 and 1984; Vice-President, 1985; Secretary/Treasurer, 1988-2005; Executive Member, 1976-1983 and 1986-1987; Member, since 1965; Life Member. Former Secretary, Specialist Tiling Contractors Association (South Australia). Former Secretary, Master Wall and Floor Tile Layers Association. Collaborated with TAFE South Australia to develop Training and Accreditation Program Courses for the up-skilling and re-training of tile layers and supervisors, 1996. District Governor, District 9500, Rotary International, 1992-1993; District Chair, Rotary Disaster Plan, for 10 years; District Representative, Rotary International Council of Legislation, 1998; President, Prospect Branch, 1973; Member, since 1966. Chair, Northern Community Hospital, Prospect, 1970-1990. Honorary Secretary, South Australia Veteran Golfers Association, since 1996. Former Leader, ‘Camp Quality’ Camps. State President, Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1966; Life Member. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, City of Prospect, 1989. Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International.
Heard AM, Mr John Harold (AD2007)
For service to business and commerce through a range of executive roles in financial, educational, sporting, arts and charitable organisations, and to the economic development of South Australia.
Chartered accountant; first worked with Peat Marwick Mitchell, 1970-1979. Co-Principal in the partnership, Allert Heard and Company, 1979-1989; Company Director and Consultant, since 1989. Fellow, The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia. Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors, since 1977. Current appointments include: Chairman, Adelaide Festival Centre Foundation, Angelakis Brothers Pty Limited, Bank of South Australia Advisory Board, Grant Burge Wines Pty Limited, McMahon Services Australia Pty Limited, Penrice Soda Holdings Limited, Resourceco Pty Limited, and Master Butchers Limited. Director, Adtrans Group Limited (non-executive Director), S Kidman and Company Limited, Alternative Fuel Company Limited, Pacific Nursing Agencies Pty Limited, and Australian Business Arts Foundation (Abaf). Former appointments include: Chairman, Scotch College Foundation, University of South Australia Foundation, and The Salvation Army Advisory Board. Chairman and President, Basketball Association of South Australia. Chairman, BT Hotel Limited, 1996-2000; Australian Major Events, 1994-1997; Tasting Australia Limited, 1996-1997; Enterprise Investments Limited, 1986-1994; SA Ventures Limited, 1986-1992; Chief Kitchenware Pty Limited; Colliers International (South Australia); State Clothing Corporation; C H R Hansen Pty Limited; NT Outback Adventure; and Rental Pty Limited (Hertz). Director, Committee for the Economic Development of Australia; AWA Defence Industries, 1995-1996; Amdel Limited, 1988-1994; State Bank of South Australia, 1991-1994; Executor Trustee Australia Limited, 1991; Fenchurch Insurance Brokers Pty Limited; and Australian Southern Railroad Pty Limited.
Heaslip AM, Mr Sidney Frank (AD1976)
For services to the community and in the field of primary industry.
Heath OAM, Mr Geoffrey Albert (AD1991)
For service to local government and to the community.
Mr Heath served the City of Campbelltown Council for more than 30 years, as Councillor, Alderman, Mayor and Deputy Mayor. He was council representative or delegate on many community based committees, boards and other organisations at both local and State level. Mr Heath was a member of the Campbelltown Lions Club for 16 years and served as its President; he has been actively involved with the Hectorville Progress Association for some years, and is a Board member of the Maylands Church of Christ and a committee member of the HMAS Australia Veterans' Club.
Heath AM, Mr Jeffrey Stewart (AD2003)
For service to people with disabilities as an advocate for improved services and through the publication of Link magazine.
Founding Member and current Publishing Editor, Link magazine, since 1980. The magazine was established as a source of information for people with disabilities and those interested in issues affecting people with disabilities. It reports the latest policies, equipment and technological developments in the field. Inaugural Board Member, Sport Arts and Recreation Council (SPARC), 1990-1994 and 1996-2001. Manager, ARLEX Disability Exhibitions, since 1990. Initiated these in Adelaide, and has since taken the concept to Perth and Brisbane. The Exhibitions are designed to assist groups to network, to provide small business opportunities, to provide individuals with facilities to view the latest equipment and to find out about support services available. Board Member, Duke of Edinburgh's Award (SA), since 2000. Member, Australian Broadcasting Commission National Advisory Council, since 2000. Board Member/National Media Officer, Sailability, 1990-2000; member of State committee. Executive Director, Disabled Peoples' International (SA), 1984-1985 and 1988-1993. Member, National Library’s National Advisory Council, 1987-1990. Treasurer, ACROD (SA), 1981; Convenor of the Employment Focus Group, 1982-1984. Inaugural Board Member, Disability Information Resource Centre, 1982-1985. Inaugural Member and Consumer representative, Qantas National Disability Project, 1992-1994. Member, South Australian Disability Directions Project, 1991-1992. Inaugural Member, South Australian Transport Authorities Community Consultation Committee, 1988. Inaugural Member, Telstra's State Consumer Council, 1987-1989. Represented Australia in archery at the 1976 Paralympic Games. Led Australia's first march for people with disabilities, Sydney, 1981.
Heaysman OAM, Miss Shirley Irene (AD1995)
For service to nursing, particularly as the Deputy Director of Nursing at Flinders Medical Centre.
Miss Heaysman has been Deputy Director of Nursing at the Flinders Medical Centre from 1975-1994, during which time she helped establish many new initiatives which saw the centre gain national and international recognition. Throughout her career, Miss Heaysman has been actively involved in promoting the nursing profession through a number of nursing organisations including the Royal College of Nursing, Australia (RCNA) which she has represented at both state and national levels. She has been the South Australian state councillor on the National Council of the RCNA and has held the position of Honorary President and Vice-President of RCNA. During her service with the RCNA, Miss Heaysman has worked tirelessly towards the transfer of nursing education to the higher education sector.
Hebart AM, The Rev Dr. Siefried Paul (QB1980)
For service to religious education.
Hecker OAM, Miss Joyce (AD1998)
For service to the community, in particular through the Friends of Walkerville Library, Neighbourhood Watch, and the Blind Welfare Association.
Miss Heckler, who suffers from spina bifida has not only lived an independent life but has actively contributed to her local community. She has been a committee member, Friends of Walkerville Library since 1990; Treasurer 1992-94. Serves as zone leader, Gilberton Neighbourhood Watch; Treasurer, Area Co-ordinator 1989-94. For several years she was a visitor at the Blind Welfare Association Nursing Home. Was a Founding Member of St Jude's Players since 1949. Served as chairperson, Buckingham Close (residential units) 1976-80. Employed for 23 years as a teacher and held the position of senior history mistress at Walford Church of England Girls' School.
Hecker AM, Dr Robert (AD2003)
For service to the community through a range of service, cultural, social welfare and sporting organisations, and to medicine, particularly in the field of gastroenterology.
Member, Rotary Club of Adelaide, since 1973; President, 1987-1988; Vice-President, 1976-1977 and 1985-1986; Past member of Youth Exchange, Drug Abuse Prevention and Australian Rotary Health Research Fund Committees; Paul Harris Fellow. Companion of the Australian Rotary Health Research Fund. Patron, Broughton Arts Society, since 1972; President, since 2000. Society offers art classes to people with disabilities. Honorary Secretary, Meals on Wheels SA; member, State Executive Committee, since 1990; member, Policy and Finance Committee, since 1994; volunteer deliverer for Mitcham Branch. Member, Board of Management and Professional Relations Director, Australian Medic Alert Foundation, since 1993; Chairman, Investment Committee, since 1999. President or Secretary, Adelaide Oval Tennis Club, for over 10 years (now retired). Flute player, Burnside Symphony Orchestra, since its foundation in 1956-1996; President, 1968-1983. Member, Royal Adelaide Golf Club. Established a Gastroenterology Unit (appointed Director in 1966) and subsequently a Drug and Alcohol Resources Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. On his retirement in 1990, appointed a Clinical Associate Professor by the University of Adelaide and an Emeritus Gastroenterologist by the Hospital. Ministerial Nominee, SA Medical Practitioners Professional Conduct Tribunal, 1983-1990. Member, Nurses Board of SA, 1983-1989. Member, Drug and Alcohol Services Council, 1984-1986. Chairman, SA Post-graduate Medical Education Association, 1985-1989; Deputy Chairman, 1983-1985. Life Governor to Australian Post Graduate in Medicine Federation, 1988. Member, Adverse Drug Reactions Advisory Committee, 1980-1984. President, SA Branch, Australian Medical Association, 1971-1972; Council Member for a number of years; Member representing the Association on Therapeutic Goods Advisory Committee, 1976-1986. President, SA Council of Professions, 1975-1976. Committee roles (State and Federal) with the Australian College of Physicians and the Gastro-Enterology Society. Member, Council of Flinders University, 1973-1979. Member, Board of Management, Flinders Medical Centre, 1976-1980.
Hector OAM, Mr John Robin (AD2010)
For service to veterans and their families through the Returned and Services League of Australia, and to the community.
Member, State Council, Returned and Services League of Australia, South Australia, 1983-2002; Life Member, 1994. Secretary, Jamestown Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia, 1987-2001; President, 1972-1973 and 1986-1987; Committee Member, for 19 years. Secretary/Treasurer, Jamestown Emergency Fire Service/Country Fire Service, 1987-1999; Member, 1958-1999; Deputy Station Officer, 1985-1987; Radio Operator, 1987-1990; Communication Officer, 1990-1994; Logistics Support Officer, 1990-1999; Administrative Officer, 1990-1999. Secretary/Treasurer, Bushfire Prevention Committee, 1989-1999. Transport Officer, Jamestown and District Ambulance Service, since 1997; volunteer driver, 1975-1979; Ambulance Officer, 1969-1975. Staff Officer, Jamestown Meals on Wheels, since 1992. Jamestown representative to Mid North Aged and Disabled Needs Committee, since 2008. Safety Instructor, Jamestown Lions Road Safety Centre, 1985-1995. Member, Jamestown Primary School Council, 1984-1994. Elected to Jamestown Corporation, 1973-1975; Corporation's representative on Jamestown Amateur Swimming Pool Committee and Library Board.
Heddle OAM, Dr Frederic French (AD1982)
For service in the field of community medical welfare.
Dr Heddle has been a private practicing general practioner in Murray Bridge for 42 years and, in addition, has supported numerous health care organisations. Appointments include Medical Officer, Principal Medical Officer and Board Member of the Murray Bridge Hospital, President of the Royal District Nursing Society, Divisional Surgeon and Corps Surgeon of the St. John Ambulance Brigade (being made an Officer of the Order), and he has also worked for the Local Board of Health and the Lower Murray Homes for the Aged.
Heffernan OAM, Mr Luke William Robert (AD1981)
For service to trade unionism.
Heffernan OAM, Mrs Mollie (AD1992)
For service to women's athletics, and people with physical disabilities and visual impairments.
Involved in SA Athletics since 1958. President, Life Member, Western District Women's Athletic Club. Life member, Referee, SA Women's Amateur Athletic Association 1958-74. Referee, Selector, Manager, Cross Country Women's Competition. Founding President, Life Member, Women's Distance Runners Club. Began Noarlunga Fun Run including children and wheelchair athletes. President South Area Blind and Visually Impaired Self Help Club.
Heinrich OAM, Mrs Hilda Florence (QB1982)
For service to the community.
Heinrich OAM, Mrs Gwynneth Valerie (QB1999)
For service to the community, particularly through welfare, charitable and service organisations.
Mrs Heinrich, whose motto is, "I shall keep helping as long as I am able!", is actively involved in her community. She served as Secretary of the Australian Red Cross Society (Plympton Branch) since 1987 and has been a member since 1986. Contributes as a Councillor to the Royal Commonwealth Society (SA) since 1990. Also involved with the Air Force Association, Lions International, the Legacy Widows’ Club and the War Widows’ Guild.
Heinrich OAM, Mr Robert Glen (AD2013)
For service to the information technology industry.
Chairman, SA Branch, Australian Computer Society (ACS), 1982-1983; Vice-Chairman, 1981; Treasurer, 1977-1980; Executive Committee Member, since 1976; National Treasurer, ACS, 1985-2004; Life Member, 1989; Fellow, 1999. Employed by South Australian Health Department, 1974-2006; contributed to the development of IT infrastructure within the SA Health Commission. Played major role in the establishment of COMTEC (IT) Expo, which ran for 18 years; Foundation Member, COMTEC Committee; Treasurer, for 4 years.
Heinze AM, Mr Ross Arthur (QB2001)
For service to the wine industry, particularly in the area of vine improvement and as a contributor to the development of Australian vine industry standards, and to the community.
Mr Heinze has been involved in the wine industry for 35 years in the field of vine improvement, and has played a leading role in the development of wine crops at both the state and national levels. His other field of interest has also been the promotion of brass bands and brass band music and drill. Wine Industry Service: Currently, Principal Viticulturist, R & R Viticultural Services Pty Ltd. Grape Supply Manager, Southcorp Wines, 1995-2000. Was Inaugural Chairman of the Australian Vine Improvement Association (AVIA), serving in that appointment from 1989-1992. He served a second term as Chairman from 1996-1998. 1998-2000, Member, National Vine Health Steering Committee representing the AVIA. 1987-1999, Chairman, South Australian Vine Improvement Committee. 1983-1992, Chairman, Barossa Grape Growers Vine Selection Society. 1998-2001, Chairman and 1995-1998, Deputy Chairman, Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board of South Australia. 1990-2000, served as Southcorp Wines Representative on the Grape Pricing Negotiating Committees of NSW/Vic and SA. Since 1987, Member, Vine Variety Trust Fund. 1981-2001, Member, Australian Society of Viticulture and Oenology. Founding Member, National Phylloxera and Plant Health Technical Reference Group Member, South Australian Grape Industry Advisory Committee SA Wine and Brandy Industry Association. Representative at national forums. Community Bands: 1996-2000, President and Life Member, National Band Council of Australia Inc, as well as South Australian Delegate for at least 15 years. Chairman, Organising Committee for two National Band Championships held in South Australia. President, South Australian Band Association, 1985-1996. Drum Major, Marananga Brass Band, for many years. Drill Judge at various State and National Brass Band Championships.
Heithersay AO, Dr Geoffrey Sinclair (QB1998)
For service to dentistry, particularly in the field of endodontics, and for his contribution to the inauguration and development of postgraduate endodontic training in Australia.
Dr Heithersay after graduating as a dentist in 1956 (University of Adelaide) went on to gain further qualifications in the United Kingdom and Sweden and became the first to limit his clinical practice to the field of endodontics in South Australia. Over the years, Dr Heithersay has devoted a considerable amount of time to research and has written several articles on endodontics attracting international attention. He has also written chapters in several dental textbooks. More recently, Dr Heithersay has continued his research into cervical invasive resorption of teeth, root fracture and bleaching of discoloured teeth. Contributes as well as a member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Endodontics and Traumatology. He is Clinical Associate Professor of the University of Adelaide since 1996 and has taught at the University in a part-time capacity from 1962. Dr Heithersay developed the first post-graduate training program in endodontics in Australia in 1974 and since that time continues to supervise post-graduate training at the University of Adelaide. Furthermore, he contributes to endodontic training in Australia not only through his research and writing but through his involvement with a number of professional bodies. Served as Education Officer of the SA Branch, Australian Dental Association, 1978-1981. He was a member of the SA Branch, Australian Society of Endodontology, 1989-1993 and 1968-1983, and President, 1980-1981 and 1968-1972; President, Endodontic Teaching Group, 1990; currently member, Research Advisory Group (since 1990). Served as President of the Australian Academy of Endodontists, 1993, and was the inaugural President of Australian and New Zealand Academy of Endodontists. President, Research Committee, International Federation of Endodontic Associations, 1993. Liaison Officer, Federation Dentaire International, 1965-1979, and was a member, Research Advisory Committee, Australian Dental Research and Education Fund.
Heitmann OAM, Mr Trevor Ross (QB1993)
For service to the State Emergency Service (SA).
Volunteer with the State Emergency Service (SA) since 1971. Promoted to the position of Controller of the Murray Bridge Unit in 1979. Very active in the preparation of Local Counter Disaster Plans in conjunction with the local and district Police Commanders. Mr Heitmann was awarded Murray Bridge Citizen of the Year 1992.
Hele OAM, Mrs Marjorie Durston (AD1987)
For service to the community and to social welfare.
Chairwoman "The Friends" (patient welfare support service) Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville since 1966, Committee member since 1959. Committee member, Woodville District Child Welfare Association seven years, past Secretary and Chairman over 18 years.
Helyard OAM, Mr Arthur Bealby (AD2009)
For service to the community, particularly the welfare of prison inmates through a range of service organisations.
Presiding Justice, Summary Courts, for 20 years. Involved with Prisoner welfare, support and rehabilitation and visiting Inspector of Prisons, for 14 years; at Yatala Prison and other South Australian prisons. Justice of the Peace, since 1968; involved in training new Justices of the Peace in court duties. Founding Member, Building Committee and Benevolent Care Program, Northgate Life Centre, providing care for people in crisis, counselling and the provision of essential items. Involvement with Benevolent care in the housing of refugees. Has provided aged care transport, hospital visitation, and support to individuals and families in crisis. Volunteer: Salvation Army Emergency Services (SA) during ‘Ash Wednesday’. Also involved in overseeing the destruction of firearms during the Firearm Buy Back Scheme.
Hempton OAM, Mrs Leonie Catherine (AD2014)
For service to the community through music.
Director of Music, St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, since 1996. Choral conducting and training, Cathedral Choir, since 1996. Instigated the formation of several additional choirs including Certaine Notes, The Gregorian Choir and Cantores in Excelsis, since 1996. Organiser, choir tours to regional centres and overseas. Good Friday Chorale collaboration, Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide; since 1999; Facilitator, regular performance exchanges between the Cathedral and the Conservatorium, for many years. Initiated 'Chorister for a Day' program (for the recruitment of young choristers). Producer, Recordings and Broadcasts of choir performances (including the production of commercially available music CDs), ongoing. Organiser, performances with other music organisations including the State Opera Company and Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, ongoing. Oversight, Liturgical Chorister Education Program (Voice for Life), Royal Society of Church Music, since 1996; Program Teacher and Trainer. Involved with the development of the Cathedral Music Foundation, 1996. Regular contributor at monthly executive meetings, for many years; supporter and fundraiser, for many years. Initiated ongoing vocal, organ and conducting scholarships (enabling emerging talent to be trained and mentored through the musical structure of the Cathedral). Special Interest Music Teacher, Marryatville Special Interest Music High School, since 1997; conductor, school and chamber choirs; involved with several national and international tours with the school choirs.
Henderson OAM, Mr Douglas Ray (QB1994)
For service to conservation, to sport and to the community.
Mr Henderson retired in 1992 from the West Broughton Soil Conservation Board after serving as Chairman for 12 years and an active member since 1975. He is a former Secretary, Junior Vice-President, Senior Vice-President and currently a State Representative of the Northern Areas Football Association. Mr Henderson is also a former President of the Rocky River Cricket Association. He is Treasurer of the Caltowie Bowling Club and Umpires Tutor and Senior Vice-President of the North West Bowling Association. As a Justice of the Peace for many years, he has served as President of the Northern Areas Justices' Association and President of the State Council of the Royal Association of Justices of South Australia. Other community service includes President, Caltowie Primary and Jamestown High School Councils, Caltowie Progress Association, Rural Youth, the Liberal Party, the Historical Society and the Jamestown Uniting Church.
Henderson OAM, Miss Gwendoline Dinah (AD2002)
For service to the welfare of veterans through the Returned Sisters Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Returned Sisters Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia: Vice-President, for two years; Secretary, for 14 years; Life Member. State Dolman Councillor (liaison between the Returned Service Women and Returned Nursing Sisters), for four years. Speaker at local schools and community groups.
Henderson AM, Em Prof Murray Scott (AD2004)
For service to education and to the accounting profession, particularly through the University of Adelaide and professional practice associations.
Professor of Commerce, University of Adelaide, 1978 until retirement in 2002. Also served as Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Commerce, 1980-1985 and again from 1990-1993. Professor of Accounting, Monash University, 1975-1977, Senior Lecturer, 1970-1975. Associate Professor, University of Manitoba (Canada), 1968-1970. Publications include: ‘Introduction to Financial Accounting Theory’ (with C G Peirson), 1980; ‘Financial Accounting Theory’ (2nd edition) (with C G Peirson and R Brown), 1992. ‘Issues in Financial Accounting’ (8th Edition) (with C G Peirson), 1998. National President, Australian Society of Certified Practicing Accountants (now known as CPA Australia),1996 and State President, 1991-1992. Member, Council of Scotch College, 1982-1989. Also served as a member of the Education Committee, 1982-1989 and Chairman, 1984-1989. Coordinator, Annual Salvation Army Appeal (Mitcham).
Hendrickson AM, Ms Lyndall Maud (QB2004)
For service to music and to children with autism through the development of music and sound programs that facilitate speech development.
Ms Hendrickson, a musician and violin teacher, has for many years worked with autistic children through music and sound to develop speech in those who are non-verbal. Her work has won wide recognition, including invitations to deliver papers at international conferences. Received Australia Council’s ‘Don Banks Music Award’, 2002, and donated prize money ($60,000) to Flinders University where Ms Hendrickson is continuing research to improve the communication skills of people with autism, working with the Head of Disability Studies, Faculty of Medicine. Ms Hendrickson was approached in 1970 to teach young violinists and produced some extraordinary results using methods that challenged traditional tuition methods. One particular student was Jane Peters, winner of the bronze medal at the Tchaikowsky Competition, the first Australian to receive such a music honour.
Hennahane OAM, Mr James William (AD1977)
For community service.
Hennessy OAM, Mrs Jane Ann (QB1984)
For service to the community.
Henry OAM, Capt William Nelson (AD1993)
For service to marine safety, particularly through the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard Association.
Captain Henry was instrumental in the formation of the SA Squadron of the Australian Volunteer Coast Guard Association (AVCGA) in 1962. Since then, tireless in promoting safety in the water through practical guidance in boat handling and safety procedures. Squadron Training Leader in SA for many years, also National Training Commodore. AVCGA Delegate to the Marine Rescue Association of Australia. Also contributes to movement in NSW, Queensland and Victoria.
Hentula OAM, Mrs Vieno Helena (QB1980)
For the service in the field of migrant welfare.
Following migration from Finland in 1955 with her seaman husband, Mrs Hentula worked for the welfare of visiting Finnish crews, and from 1958, when there was an increase in immigration from her native land, she spend a great deal of time in aiding assimilation. She was a founder of the Finnish Society in Adelaide, of which she is now a life member, helped in the formation of the Finnish Folk Dance group, and assisted the Hon. Consul of Finland. In 1968 Mrs Hentula was awarded the Finnish Independence Medal for her voluntary work.
Heptinstall OAM, Mr Joseph John (AD1996)
For service to the Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association and wildlife conservation.
Administrator, Adelaide and Suburban Cricket Association as President 1962-89, joint patron since 1989, delegate representing Keswick Cricket Club since 1953. Founding member, Keswick Cricket Club 1942 and continued as member for 52 years, served as Secretary, President and Patron since 1972. Member, National Parks and Wildlife Social Club since 1976, now Patron and member of management committee; member, Heritage Committee since 1985 and Secretary since 1993. Founding member, Friends of Cleland Wildlife Park 1985; continues as member; Secretary 1991-95.
Herbert OAM, Mr John Ivan (QB2002)
For service to the community of Whyalla, particularly to the schools of the district.
Mr Herbert's service to the following schools has largely been concurrent: Fisk Street Primary School: Chairperson, School Council, 1965-1981. Donated the Jack Herbert Award, an annual award for the Year Seven Graduation Dinner. Voluntarily accompanied and cooked for classes on school camps. Nicolson Avenue Primary School: Involved since 1973; offered support to a special class; attended camps as a cook. McRitchie Crescent Primary School: Volunteer, Member and Chairperson of School Council, for approximately 15 years until the school's closure in 1997. Service included maintenance of school grounds and property, as well as caretaking during school holidays. Member, School Grounds Committee, Finance Committee, and Priority Projects Committee. Instigated establishment of School Watch Committee, merging with Our Lady Help of Christians School, 1991. Community representative to Education Review Unit. Established a school plant shed. Functions volunteer. Voluntary school camp cook. Other service includes: Community volunteer, Buffalo Lodge, since 1963. Contributed to fundraising committees, particularly for junior football and the Whyalla Central Football Club, since 1968; Life member, 1974. Awards include: Joint winner of the Whyalla Australia Day Citizen Award, 1993.
Herendi OAM, Mr John (AD2006)
For service to the Hungarian community of South Australia through cultural, social welfare and educational activities, and to the promotion of multiculturalism.
President, Council of Hungarian Associations in South Australia, for 15 years. Current Committee Member, South Australian Hungarian Club; Principal of the Hungarian School (held at the Club), for 16 years. (Sole) Editor, Hungarian Monthly Newsletter, for the past 15 years. Chief Coordinator of a number of Hungarian-Australian Cultural Conventions, including the 12th Hungarian Cultural Festival held in Adelaide in December 2002-January 2003. Member, Hungarian Subject Advisory Committee, Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia, since 1978; has also served as a Year 12 examination setter, evaluator, oral examiner and examination marker. Since 1992 the Hungarian language subject has been assessed through a national collaborative curriculum initiative with which Mr Herendi has been involved. Involvement in broadcasting of the Hungarian Radio Hour. Foundation Member, Ethnic Communities Council of South Australia, 1975; Executive Member. Involved in Scouting movement.
Hermann OAM, Mrs Joanne Elizabeth (QB2003)
For service to the community, particularly through the South Australian Arthritis Foundation and the Lutheran Church.
South Australian Arthritis Foundation: Leader, Arthritis Self Management program, since 1995. Leader, Tai Chi for people with Arthritis, since 2001. Motivational speaker, since 1998. Instructor, Hydrotherapy Class, since 1992. Lutheran Church: Member Aged Care Council, since 1998. Board Member, Sex Abuse Advice, since 2001. Delegate, National Synod, 1993-1996. Delegate, State Synod, 1993-2000. Home Assistance Provider, since 2000. Board Member, Trinity Place Village (Lutheran aged care facility), 1993-1996. Member, Sanctuary Guild, Trinity Lutheran Church, 1993-1996. Volunteer, Meals on Wheels, since 1985. Collector for Australian Red Cross, 1976-1986. Volunteer, Christian Brothers College, 1986-1992.
Herraman OAM, Mrs Joan (AD1994)
For service to the community.
Inaugural President of the Friendship Force of Blackwood from 1984 to 1990 (club now known as Friendship Force of Adelaide) and is currently serving her second term as International Board member. Councillor of the City of Marion from 1989 to 1991. Mrs Herraman worked with Mother Theresa for three months assisting with lepers in India in 1987 and still raises funds to be sent to Calcutta.
Herraman OAM, Mr Thomas Nobes (AD1979)
For services to swimming and diving.
Herrmann OAM, Sq-Ldr Grant Michael (QB2006)
Meritorious performance of duty as a Senior Maintenance Manager in Number 92 Wing and PC9/A Engineering Manager in Training Aircraft Systems Program Office.
Squadron Leader Herrmann is a dynamic change agent who applied transformational leadership to improve Maintenance, Safety and Engineering processes and practices at Number 92 Wing and Training Aircraft Systems Program Office. His dynamic and inspirational leadership resulted in the award of the 2003 RAAF Maintenance Trophy at Number 92 Wing and substantially improved PC9/A availability at Number 2 Flying Training School.
Hesling OAM, Mr Bernard (QB1985)
For service to the arts.
For contributions to the visual, performing and literary arts. Pioneered in Australia the use of vitreous enamels. Published a number of books illustrated with his own paintings and drawings. His cartoons and writings have also appeared in various newspapers.
Hetherington OAM, Mr Peter Kenneth (AD2006)
For service to people with vision impairment and to sporting organisations.
Service with the Royal Society for the Blind of South Australia includes: Life Governor. Director, Board of Management, since 1993. Member, Client Advisory Committee, 1999-2004. Welfare Officer, 1973-1990; first employed, 1969. Employee Representative, Board of Management, 1980-1989. Involvement with South Australian Public Transport organisations include: Representative of Royal Society for the Blind South Australia, State Advisory Committee for Public Transport, since 2004. Member, Public Transport User Committee, 1999-2003; represented TransAdelaide Rail Customer Panel. Member, TransAdelaide Rail Customer Panel, for 8 years. Has conducted ‘Bus Driver Education Programs’ for Serco, since 1996; has voluntarily trained over 800 bus operators to assist vision impaired people. Member, South Australian Blindness Council Access Committee, for 3 years. Director, Blind Welfare Association Board, for 18 months. Created Low Vision Support Group, Mount Gambier, 1979. Life Member, Blind Cricket South Australia; Player, 1971-1986; Captain, for 6 years; President, 1975-1977 and 1979-1983; Secretary, 1977-1978; Treasurer, 1971-1974. Vice-Captain, All Australia Blind Cricket team, 1976-1977.
Hetzel AC, Dr Basil Stuart (QB1990)
For service to Australian and world health, particularly in the field of human nutrition.
Executive Director, International Council for the Control of Iodine Deficiency Disorders, since 1986; Chief, CSIRO Division of Human Nutrition 1975-1985; Foundation Professor of Social and Preventive Medicine at Monash University 1968-1975; Founding Chairman, Australian Nutrition Foundation 1979-1984; Chairman, Health Development Foundation since 1987; Life Member, Public Health Association of Australia and New Zealand 1988.
Hetzel AM, Dr Peter Stuart (AD1998)
For service to medicine in the field of cardiology, particularly in cardiac investigation and in the development of open heart surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Dr Hetzel is Emeritus Specialist in Cardiology at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Previously he was Head, Department of Cardiac Investigation, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1969-84. In this latter appointment, he played a leading role in the development of open heart surgery at the hospital. Was the Senior Visiting Cardiologist, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1985-89; Director, Cardiovascular Investigational Unit, 1960-85; Senior Cardiac Registrar, 1958-60. Served as an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Adelaide, 1968-80, and as an Honorary Associate Cardiologist, Adelaide Children's Hospital, 1958-86. Served as a member, Board of Directors, National Heart Foundation (SA Division), 1971-87; Vice-President, 1986-87; Chairman of the Foundation's Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee, 1976-85. Elected President, SA Branch of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, 1969-73.
Hetzel OAM, Mrs Anne Gilmour (AD2005)
For service to arts and crafts through the Embroiderers' Guild of South Australia and the National Textile Museum.
Embroiderers' Guild of South Australia: President; Committee member, for over 20 years; assists at Embroiderers' Guild Museum. National Textile Museum: Co-founder, Board member and instrumental in establishment in the 1990s. Geelong Grammar School: Embroidered vestments for Chapel of All Saints; Secretary, Old Scholars, 1979. Embroidered the ‘Adelaide Cope’ for the Most Reverend Ian Gordon Combe George AO, Anglican Archbishop of Adelaide. Embroidered ‘Wartime Hanging’, commissioned by the Naval, Air Force and Militray Club of Adelaide to mark 50 years since the end of World War II. Published A Traveller's Needle, recording impressions of her travels through embroidery, 2001.
Hewitson AM, Mr Michael Gordon (AD2014)
For significant service to education, to the Anglican Church in Australia, and to the community of Unley.
Chief Executive Officer, South Australian Anglican Schools System, 1988-2003; part of Anglican Schools Australia; formerly known as the Australian Anglican Schools Network. Chair, South Australian Anglican Schools Commission. Founding Secretary 1983-1988; Co-established the Commission. Instrumental in establishing the first Catholic/Anglican School, St Columbia College. Foundation Principal and Chief Executive Officer, Trinity College Gawler, 1984-2001. Oversaw the purchase of five separate campuses and the construction of facilities. Established volunteer program. Instrumental in the establishment of the Starplex sporting and arts facility which is used by both the College and the community, 2000. Convenor and Co-Author, Anglican Needs in Education Enquiry, 1982; instrumental in establishing low fee Anglican Schools. Honorary Principal, Hills Christian Community Primary School, Verdun, 1982. Employee, South Australian Department of Education, 1969-1984. Senior Master, Daws Road High School, 1982-1984. Member, Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration; South Australian Representative, National Development Conference, 1977. Director, Salisbury Education Centre, 1975-1981. Senior Science Master, Stuart High School, 1974. School Representative, In-service Conference Planning, Coordinating and Advisory Committee. International Consultant, for experimental sciences, International Baccalaureate Inc, appointed 1992. Chairman, Western Region, South Australian Science Teachers Association, 1970s. Councillor, Unley Ward, City of Unley, since 2006; Presiding Officer; Member of a range of committees including the Development Strategy and Policy; Audit; Road Safety; and the City Strategy and Policy Committees. Founding Convenor, PEKA 10-9 Computer Association, 1981. Founding Chairman, 5PBA FM Radio Station. Adviser, Minister for Funding Public Radio, 1980-1987. District Commissioner, Church of England Boys Society, in the 1970s. Instrumental in establishing the Natural Science Society, Eyre, in the 1970s. Fellow, Australian College of Education, 1998.
Hewson AO, Ms Carolyn Judith (QB2009)
For service to the community through support for charitable organisations, particularly YWCA, and to business.
Chair, National Constitution Committee, YWCA Australia, 2001-2002; Member, Ethical Trust Liaison Committee, 1995-1997. Assisted in the development of the World YWCA’s Global Corporate Partnership Project which resulted in $3 million of support. President, YWCA NSW, 2000-2002; Member, Advisory Committee, 2003-2008; Member, Leadership Committee, 1997-2002; Member, Finance Committee, for 5 years. Board Director, YWCA of Sydney, 1992-1997. Patron, Neurosurgical Research Foundation of Australia, since 1993. Councillor, The Royal Humane Society, 1999-2009. Founding Director, The Australian Charities Fund, since 2002: Chair, Audit Committee, 2002-2009. Member, St George Foundation, 1995-2003. Patron, Breast Cancer Research Foundation - a Lyn Wrigley initiative, Flinders Medical Centre Foundation, 1992-2002. Member, Investment Committee, Girl Guides Association of Australia Inc, 1994-1996. Patron, The Chip Foundation Ltd, 1992-1996. Patron, The Scottish Hospital, 1991-1996. Member, American-Australian Leadership Dialogue, 1993-1995. Member, Executive Committee, Ted Noffs Foundation Inc, 1990-1995. Member, New South Wales Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, 1987-1994. Non-Executive Director, Westpac Banking Corporation Ltd, since 2003; Chair, Board Risk Management Committee; Member of the Audit Committee, Remuneration Committee and Nominations Committee. Non-Executive Director, Australian Gas Light Company Ltd, 1996-2009; Chair, Trustees AGL Superannuation Funds, 2001-2005; Member, Audit and Risk Committee; Chair, Occupational Health and Safety Committee, 2008. Non-Executive Director, CSR Ltd, 1995-2005; Chair, Audit Committee, 2002-2005; Chair, Due Diligence Committee, 2003; Member, Remuneration and Human Resources Committee, 2002-2005; Chair, Organisational Health and Safety Committee, 1998-2002. Non-Executive Director, Economic Development Board of South Australia, 2002-2003. Non-Executive Director, AMP Ltd, 1996-2001; Chair, Finance and Investment Committee; Member, Audit Committee. Director, BT Investment Management, since 2007. Non-Executive Director, Stockland Trust Group, since 2009; current Member of the Audit Committee and Human Resources Committee. Non-Executive Director, South Australia Water Corporation, 1995-2002; Chair, Treasury Risk Management Committee; Member of the Audit Committee and the Economic Development Committee. Director, Schroders Australia Ltd, 1989-1995; Director, Schroders Investment Management (Australasia) Ltd, 1994-1997; Director, Funds Management, 1994-1995; Director, Financial Markets, 1989-1994; Member, Credit Risk Committee, 1989-1994; Director, Schroders Staff Superannuation Trust; Director, Schroder Investment Management Trust. Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors, since 1994. Awards include: Centenary Medal, 2001.
Heylen OAM, Mr Lloyd France (AD1981)
For service to tennis and football.
Heyne OAM, Rev Ernest Bernhardt (QB2010)
For service to the Lutheran Church of Australia, and to the community of Port Pirie.
Pastor, Port Pirie Lutheran Church, 1964-1991; Pastor, Port Germain Community Church, once a month since 1990; Ministered to Woomera fortnightly. Contributor, The Recorder, Port Pirie, for 40 years. Established the Lutheran Sporting Association. Awards/recognition include: Community Award, Port Pirie Regional Council, 1982.
Heyne OAM, Mr Dean Gavin (QB2011)
For service to the Indigenous community of Ceduna, and to the Lutheran Church. Has served the Lutheran Church and Indigenous communities in the Ceduna and district areas, since retirement in 2003.
Lay Worker, Yalata Community, 1998-2003. Served South Australia's Far West Aboriginal Congregations including Koonibba, Ceduna, Yalata and Oak Valley with church, community, sporting and schooling activities. Grief Councillor, Yalata, Ceduna and Koonibba communities. Former Board Member, Lutheran Crossways Primary School. Currently provides assistance and consultation in alcohol management issues, District Council of Ceduna. Member, Board of Directors, Ceduna District Health Service Inc, 2004-2010. Honorary Parole Officer in Yalata, South Australian Department of Correctional Services, 1998-2003. Current Patron and Mentor, Koonibba Aboriginal Football Club; player, 1960-1964, including ‘Team of the Century’. Teacher, Yirara College, Alice Springs, 1998. Principal, St Andrew’s Lutheran Primary School, Darwin, 1993-1997. Principal, Lutheran Primary School, Lobethal, South Australia, 1988-1992. Teacher, St John’s Lutheran Church, Highgate, South Australia, 1987. Teacher and Principal, range of Lutheran and government schools in South Australia, New Guinea and Victoria, 1958-1986.
Hick AM, Miss Jacqueline (QB1995)
For service to art as an artist and teacher.
Miss Hick has contributed significantly to the development of art in Australia for over 50 years. Miss Hick is a painter, print maker, vitreous enamallist, theatre set designer, teacher, academic adviser, adjudicator and administrator. She is a Fellow of the Royal South Australian Society of Arts, Foundation Member of the Contemporary Art Society and served on the Council for a number of years and Foundation Member of the "Adelaide Theatre Group". Former Member of the Course Assessment Committee to advise the South Australian Board of Advanced Education on the accreditation of Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts at Torrens College of Advanced Education. Former Member of the Board of the Art Gallery of South Australia and Council Member of the Australian National Gallery, Canberra 1982-1985. Miss Hick is represented in all Australian National and State Galleries, London Guild Hall, Royal Yacht "Britannia", University Collections in South Australia and Private Collections in Australia and overseas.
Hickinbotham AM, Mr Alan David (AD1998)
For service to housing and urban development as founder and Managing Director for over 40 years of the Hickinbotham Group, and to the community of Adelaide.
Mr Hickinbotham founded the Hickinbotham Group (a home building and urban development company) in 1954, and has been Managing Director for 42 years. He jointly patented the "Grillage Raft" floor footing system to counteract cracking due to Adelaide's reactive clay soils. He has represented the building industry on the SA Division of the Institute of Urban Studies and the Civic Trust of SA as Chairman, 1980-81, and served as a member of the SA Housing Advisory Committee. In estate developments, his company was the first to introduce underground powerlines, the first to introduce water retention lakes and stormwater conservation management. He also reclaimed water from local effluent for use in streetscape, garden irrigation and toilet flushing. Also known as a viticulturist, exporting wines to the United Kingdom in the 1980s, and was involved in the establishment of the Hickinbotham Roseworthy Wine Science Laboratory at the University of Adelaide. Mr Hickinbotham has sponsored many community projects and charitable organisations, and has held executive positions with the South Adelaide Football Club from 1965 until 1989.
Hicks OAM, Mr Daryl John (QB1993)
For service to Australian Rules football and to the community.
Player, coach and administrator South Australian National Football League (SANFL). Honorary Director of the Sturt Football Club since 1992 and their playing representative at senior league level for 213 games, representing SA on seven occasions. Won the Club's Best and Fairest trophy 1962. Senior coach, Central Districts Football Club 1978-1983. Appointed Coach SA Under-17 State Australian Football Team 1984 and 1985. Lecturer, SANFL Coach's Accreditation Courses in the 1980s. Appointed to SANFL Technical and Development Committee 1992. Full time Director of Coaching National Football League 1977-1978 and produced the NFL Coaching Manual and the Trainers' Manual. Football commentator and panelist on ABC Radio and Television from 1984 to 1991. Member SA Commission for Catholic Schools 1986 and Chairperson 1988.
Higginbottom OAM, Mr Antony (QB2006)
Service to the community through the Royal District Nursing Service of SA and Rotary International.
President, Royal District Nursing Service Foundation of South Australia, since 2003. Vice-Chairman, Royal District Nursing Service Board of South Australia, since 1997; Chair, Finance Committee, for many years; Board Member, since 1994. Treasurer, Rotary Club of Adelaide, 1988-1990 and 2003-2004; Bulletin Coordinator, 2000-2001; Secretary, 1997-1998; Director, 1995-1997; Member, since 1986. Board Member, Australian Public Sector Accounting Standards Board, 1980-1985. Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, since 1976. Fellow, CPA Australia, since 1974. City Treasurer, Adelaide City Council, 1982-1994.
Higgins AM, Mr Brenton Leslie (QB2004)
For service to the dairy industry in South Australia through developing, managing and promoting dairy products, to people with intellectual disabilities, and to sport.
Part Owner and Managing Director, Golden North Ice Cream, since 2001. Member, SA Dairy Industry Development Board, since 2001; assisted with development, SA Dairy Industry Development Plan, 2002. President and Committee Member, Dairy Industry Association of Australia (SA Division), for over 7 years. Regional General Manager, National Foods Milk SA Limited, 1990-2001; employed continuously since 1968 by predecessor organisations, ie General Manager, Southern Farmers Sales, 1986-1990; General Sales Manager, D & J Fowler Foods, 1986-1986; Lion Baker, 1979-1982; D & J Fowler Limited, 1968-1979. Chair, Dairy Products Committee, Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia, since 1994. Chairman, Intellectual Disability Services Council, 1990-2002; Inaugural Board Member, 1982. President, Strathmont Parents and Friends Association, since 1979. Member, Parent Consultative Committee, Intellectually Retarded Persons Project, SA Government, 1979. Chairman, ‘Adelaide 36ers’ basketball team, since 2003; Management Committee, since 2001. 'Campaign Cabinet' Member, Royal Adelaide Hospital Development Appeal, 2000-2002.
Higgins AM, Sr Anne Mary (AD2006)
For service to social welfare. particularly as a pastoral care worker providing support to asylum seekers and refugees, and to education.
Pastoral Care Worker/Chaplain, (former) Woomera Immigration Reception and Processing Centre, 1999-2003.Pastoral Care Worker/Chaplain, Baxter Detention Centre, since September 2002. Member, Congregation, Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, since 1957. Over 40 years’ involvement in education, working in Catholic schools and parishes in Sydney, Darwin, Adelaide, Roxby Downs (Woomera) and Melbourne, serving as a teacher and in administrative roles. Areas of focus included the education of disadvantaged girls from diverse migrant backgrounds, young people living in remote areas including Indigenous students, curriculum development and efforts to foster individual talents.
Higgs OAM, Mr Robin Barrow (QB2005)
For service to music as a pianist, teacher, concert organiser, broadcaster and recording artist.
Appointed Inaugural President, Adelaide Branch, Australian Society for Keyboard Music 1970; former Vice President and Committee Member; involved in arranging concerts for gifted students and young professionals, for over 30 years. Volunteer Broadcaster and Recordist, Radio 5MBS (Music Broadcasting Society), Adelaide, for several years. Piano recitalist on ABC Radio, for many years. Piano Teacher, SA Education Department 1966-1995; Member, Professional Piano Trio.
High AM, Mrs Miriam Joyce (AD2014)
For significant service to people with disabilities, and to the community.
Founder, Miriam High Special Needs Centre, Port Augusta, 1983; Manager, 1985-1994. Current Member, Links Project, Mount Barker Hills Community Options Inc Support Committee. Current volunteer, Carers Support Inc. Current Chairperson, Up the Hill Project, Flinders University; Member, for 10 years. Board Member, No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability, since 2011. Chair, South Australian Ministerial Disability Advisory Committee, for 3 years; Member, for 13 years. Board Member, Arts Access South Australia.
Hill AM, Mr Colin Michael (QB1989)
For service to conservation and to the community.
Founding Chairman and President, Keep South Australia Beautiful (KESAB) since 1966. Vice-Chairman, Keep Australia Beautiful 1986-89. Executive member of River Murray's Boat Owners' Association 1984-88. National Chairman of Keep Australia Beautiful 1977-78 and 1983-84. Represented Australia at Clean World International Conferences.
Hill AM, The Hon Charles Murray (AD1990)
For service to the South Australian Parliament and to the community.
Member, SA Legislative Council 1965-88 holding a number of Ministries including Roads, Transport, Local Government, Housing, Arts and Ethnic Affairs. Councillor, Adelaide City Council 1957-68. Member, Board of Governors, Scotch College 1960-85; Committee member, Scotch College Foundation and member Lord Baden Powell Society. Former member, Boy Scouts' Association (SA). Committee member, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Foundation. Former Board member, Elderly Citizens' Homes Inc.
Hill OAM, Ms Eugenia (AD1994)
For service to the promotion of multiculturalism in the arts.
Contemporary multicultural artist, co-ordinator and curator. has applied the contemporary technique of screen printing to traditional ethnic arts. Involved in touring and community projects including "Union Banners" Jubilee project 1985, "We Helped Build Australia" 1985, Multicultural Artworkers' Committee, SA, 1984, "Land of Promises" touring exhibition 1984, "All Our Working Lives" 1984. Findon High School "Come Out Youth Festival". Member, Migrant Women's Lobby. Initiated and organised 1991 National Conference on "Migrant Women - Settlement and Training." Director, Migrant Workers' Centre 1988-1992. Ethnic Affairs Officer with SA United Trades and Labor Council since 1988.
Hill OAM, Mr Howard Laurie (AD1982)
For service to the disabled.
Hill AM, Mrs Sheila Florence (QB1999)
For service to women, particularly through the Catholic Women’s League and the World Union of Catholic Women’s Organisations.
Member of the Catholic Women’s League (CWL) since 1970 and in Adelaide since approximately 1997; Canberra, 1990-1996 and President, 1993-1995; Townsville, 1970-1990). She has served CWL at state, national and international levels. Mrs Hill was the Diocesan Vice-President and Branch President, Townsville area, 19701984. From 1984-1988, she was State Secretary for CWL in Queensland; Social Issues Convener, 1988-1990. Elected National-International Secretary, CWL of Australia in 1989. As a member of the National Executive, she has been responsible for liaison with the World Union of Catholic Women Organisations (WUCWO) and CWL. Represented CWLA at WUCWO’s Assembly in 1991 (in Mexico); in 1993, facilitator at Asia Pacific regional conference of WUCWO (in New Zealand). Served as Executive Secretary, Australian Planning Committee for Australia’s hosting of the WUCWO world Assembly in Canberra, 1996; facilitator for Study Days. Worked for CWL of Australia as National Communication and Research Officer in the Canberra Secretariat, 1990-1995. During her time in Canberra, Mrs Hill also worked for the United Nations Association of the ACT (UNAA) as Executive Member and coordinator of their annual conference; UNAA Representative to Australian Federation of Human Rights Organisations, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Human Rights Consultations. Also was a member of ACFOA, Women in Development Committee, Legal Aid Appeals Tribunal (ACT), and National Council of Women (ACT). Founding member and later Finance Officer, Coalition of Activist Participating Organisations of Women (CAPOW) in Canberra. Now resides in Adelaide where she continues her work with CWL and is currently Vice President of Adelaide CWL; Vice-President, Status of Women Committee; State secretary, UNAA. During her time in Townsville, was coordinator and Chairperson of the Women’s Health Action Taskforce and involved with the Aboriginal and Islander Catholic Council.
Hill AM, Mrs Diana Marie (AD2012)
For service to the international community, particularly through the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, and to youth, health and social welfare organisations.
Australian Special Representative, UNICEF Executive Board, since 2006. President, UNICEF Australia, 2001-2006; Director, 1994-2006; Life Member, since 2006; active Fundraiser, 1980s. Co-President, UN Women's International Forum, since 2007; Board Member, 2006. Chair, Child and Youth Health Services, South Australia, 2002-2003; Deputy Chair, 2000-2002; Board Member, 1999-2003; Chair, Coordinating Committee, Advisory Bodies for Children, 2000-2003. Chair, Ministerial Advisory Committee for Students with a Disability, 1999-2004. Head, Psychology Department, Crippled Children's Association (now Novita), 1974-1977. Chair, Anti-Tobacco Ministerial Advisory Taskforce, 1998-2002. Member, Community Benefit Board of South Australia, 1999-2006. Deputy Principal and Psychologist, Scotch College, Adelaide, 1986-1998; Head of General Studies and Counselling, 1977-1985. Teacher, School for Intellectually Disabled, UK, 1969-1970. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001.
Hill AC, The Hon. Robert Murray (QB2012)
For eminent service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly through the development of policy reform in the portfolios of the environment and defence, and to Australia's international relations through senior diplomatic representation to the United Nations.
Service to the Parliament of Australia includes: Senator for South Australia (Liberal), 1981-2006. Leader of the Government in the Senate, 1996-2006. Minister for Defence, 2002-2006. Minister for Environment and Heritage, 1998-2002. Minister for the Environment, 1996-1998. Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, 1990-1996. Shadow Minister for Education, Science and Training, 1994-1996. Shadow Minister for Defence, 1993-1994. Shadow Minister for Public Administration, 1993-1994. Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, 1990-1993. Chairman, Coalition's Policy Review Committee, 1994-1996. National President, United Nations Association of Australia, since 2009. Australian Ambassador and Permanent Representative to the United Nations, 2006-2009. Chancellor, University of Adelaide, since 2010. Adjunct Professor in Sustainability, United States Studies Centre, University of Sydney, since 2009. Chairman, Co-operative Research Centre: Low Carbon Living. Inaugural Chairman, Australian Carbon Trust Ltd. Awards/recognition include: Centenary Medal, 2001.
Hill Smith OAM, Mrs Helen Estelle (AD1983)
For service to the community.
Mrs Hill Smith, a tireless and dedicated worker of the Angaston community, is a foundation member of the Adelaide Children's Hospital Local Auxiliary and was the driving force behind the establishment of the Angaston Cottage Industries. She has been an active member of various community organisations and is currently President of the Angaston and District Hospital Ladies' Auxiliary, and a member of the Adelaide Hills Environmental Committee, and of the Barossa Heritage Study.
Hill Smith AM, Mr Michael Sidney (QB2008)
For service to the development of the Australian wine industry, particularly as a judge, educator and mentor, to professional organisations, and as a winemaker.
Judge, Royal Adelaide Wine Show, since 1992; Chairman, 2001-2005; Deputy Chairman, 1996-2000. Regional Chairman, Decanter World Wine Awards (UK), 2004-2008. Judge, Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney Wine Shows, 1980-2000. Judge at Wine Shows in United Kingdom, San Francisco, Hong Kong. Vin du Champagne Award Judge on 5 occasions. Wine Consultant and Wine Trainer, Singapore Airlines, 1988-2008. Master Class and speaker Australia Day UK. Wine Trainer, QANTAS Airways, 1988-1992. President , The Wine Press Club of South Australia, 1984-1986; Committee, 1982-1984. Conducts master classes within Australia at events such as Master of Wine Educational Seminars, Melbourne Wine and Food Festival, Wine Australia, and Brisbane Wine and Food Festival. Conducts master classes in export markets such as UK, USA, Singapore and Hong Kong. Regular contributor to national and international radio, television and press, for over 10 years. Co-Founder, Shaw and Smith Winery, Adelaide Hills, since 1989. Foundation Trustee, Dan Pontifex Memorial Scholarship, 2001. Awards/recognition include: Winner, Madame Bollinger Tasting Medal, 1988. Finalist for Gourmet Traveller magazine's ‘Winemaker of the Year 2006’. First Australian to qualify as a Master of Wine from the Institute of Masters of Wine (UK), 1988.
Hillier OAM, Mrs Jean (AD1989)
For service to the community.
Member, local committee of the Mentally Retarded Children's Association (Orana) 1975-85. Former Secretary, Mundulla Rural Show Society and the local Arts Council. Secretary, Australian Labor Party Sub-Branch for 17 years. Also served in many local community and fund-raising activities.
Hill-Ling AO, Mr Robert Donald (QB1981)
For service to industry.
Hill-Ling OAM, Mrs Ailsa Rosemary (AD2008)
For service to the community, particularly through St Ann's College.
Deputy Chair of Council, St Ann's College, 1983-1993 and since 2003; current Chair, Executive and Finance Committee; Council Member, since 1979; Treasurer, Foundation Committee Representative, from 1974; Representative of the Collegians Association, since 1957. Council Member, Priest's Warden, St Michael's Anglican Parish, Mitcham, 1999-2000; People's Warden, 1996-1997. President, Queen Adelaide Club, 1991-1993; Committee Member, 1984-1994.
Hines OAM, Mr John Jacob (AD1995)
For service to the Jewish community and for developing and promoting exports from South Australia.
Mr Hines is currently President of the Jewish Community Council of South Australia. Over the past 30 years Mr Hines has been actively involved in promoting the welfare of the Jewish community in South Australia and has been benefactor to many Jewish welfare projects. In business, Mr Hines heads the Hines Group of Companies in Adelaide which plays a leading role in the development and promotion of exports from South Australia. The company is a leading Australian meat exporter exporting to over 50 countries. He has been a member of the South Australian Export Advisory Council since 1989.
Hinton OAM, Mr Gerald Vincent (QB2002)
For service to the community, particularly through Save the Children.
Executive Director, South Australian Division of Save the Children, 1984-2000. As an employee he refused to accept pay increases and gave much of his own time beyond the hours for which he was paid. Member, Calvary Hospital Adelaide Advisory Board, 1970-1986; Chairman, 1985-1986; Involved in setting up the volunteer programme at the Mary Potter Hospice; Represented the hospital on the South Australian Association for Hospice Care, serving as Treasurer and Chairman, 1985-1986. Vice-Chairman, Austcare Refugee Week Committee, for about five years. A former State Chairman of Freedom from Hunger/Austcare. Honorary Secretary/Treasurer and Public Officer, Australian Network of the International Campaign to Ban Land Mines, current; State Coordinator of SA Division since 1996.
Hitchcock OAM, Mr William Elton (AD1991)
For service to local government.
Mr Hitchcock has been a member of the District Council at Elliston for more than 20 years as Chairman, Deputy Chairman, and Councillor. He has also served as delegate to and Chairman of the Eyre Peninsula Local Government Association, Executive Member of the South Australian Local Government Association, Chairman of Central Eyre Peninsula Pest Control Board, and member of the South Australian Animal and Plant Commission. He was also Foundation President of the Lock Community Health and Welfare Centre. Away from local government, Mr Hitchcock has been Foundation Member, Secretary, President, Treasurer of Lock Golf Club, committee member and Secretary of the Racing Club and of the local progress association, and he is a Life Member of the Lock Football Club.
Hitchcox OAM, Mrs Edna Mary (QB1980)
For service to handicapped persons.
Ho OAM, Ms Elizabeth Francesca (AD2012)
For service to education through the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at the University of South Australia, and to women.
Director, The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre, University of South Australia, since 1999; Member, Steering Committee, The Hawke Research Institute; Member, Advisory Committee, The United Nations Society; Member Advisory Committee, The Architecture Museum. Project Leader, Women and Politics in South Australia website, State Library of South Australia, 1998; Project Director, Treasures of South Australia, 1997; Project Director, Bradman Collection, 1997. Associate Director, 1996-1998; Assistant Director, 1991-1996; Mortlock Librarian, 1988-1991. Member, The Catherine Helen Spence Memorial Scholarships Committee, The Office of Women, South Australia. Deputy Chair, The Migrant Resource Centre of South Australia, since 2009. Member, The Advisory Board, The Ethics Centre of South Australia. Participant, The Australia 2020 Summit, 2008. Member, State Heritage Authority, 1996-2005. Member, Australia Remembers (World War II) State Committee, Department of Veterans’ Affairs. Fellow, Institute of Public Administration in Australia, 2006. Member, National Preservation Board, National Library of Australia. Associate Member, Australian Library and Information Association, 1975-2008. Awards/recognition include: Selected for inclusion, 2009 South Australian Women’s Honour Roll, The Office of Women, South Australia. South Australian Business Ambassador, SABAN Program (South Australian Business Ambassador Network), 2006-2010.
Hoare OAM, Miss Ronda Florence (AD1994)
For service to the Royal Adelaide Hospital Auxiliary.
Miss Hoare has been a member of the Royal Adelaide Hospital Auxiliary since 1969, Secretary since 1979 and their Delegate to the National Council of Women of South Australia. Assistant organist and Elder of Scots Church, Adelaide.
Hobcroft AM, Mr Rex Kelvin (QB1990)
For service to music.
Founder and first Director, Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music 1963-71; Director, NSW Conservatorium of Music 1972-82; Co-founder, Vice-President and Director, Sydney International Piano Competition since 1976; State Chairman for Tasmania and NSW with Australian Music Examinations Board 1971-73, also an examiner and Federal Chairman. In retirement has chaired a Ministry of Education Task Force looking at the role of music education in NSW primary schools (1980) and WA Conservatorium (1983).
Hockley OAM, Dr Simon John (QB2004)
For service through the provision of medical assistance to the victims of the bombings which occurred in Bali on 12 October 2002.
Dr Hockley, Senior Intensive Care Registrar, Intensive Care Unit, Royal Adelaide Hospital, was one of a number of doctors who responded urgently to Darwin to provide acute medical support to the victims of the Bali bombing. Dr Hockley provided resuscitation, stabilisation and ongoing critical care management to two victims who were transported immediately from Darwin to the Royal Adelaide Hospital by Jet Air Ambulance. Over the ensuing months, he was a member of the intensive care team responsible for the medical management of other Bali victims admitted to the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Hodge OAM, Mr Neoklis (QB1992)
For service to the Greek community.
Instrumental in establishment Australian Greek Society for Care of Elderly Inc, Chairman since 1984, major contribution as fund-raiser, organiser. Chairman Glendi Committee organising SA's major Greek festival each year, Committee member since 1980, also Chairman of Services, Sponsorship Chairman and Catering Chairman. Active Lions member of Adelaide Hellenic since 1980. Past President, Cyprian Community.
Hodges OAM, Mr Noel George (QB1985)
For service to the community, particularly through the State Emergency and Country Fire Services.
Over 20 years service with the State Emergency Service and the Country Fire Service. Controller of the Enfield Branch of the SES since 1966. Foundation State President, Australian Institute Emergency Services from 1977-84.
Hodgson OAM, Mr Kevin Vincent (AD1992)
For service to local government and the community.
City of Marion Councillor and Alderman, 1969-85, Mayor, 1985-91. Chairman during career of Health, Works, Parks & Gardens, Finance and By-Laws, Traffic and Policy Committees. Chairman Southern Region of Councils Inc, 1989-90. Commissioner SA Waste Management Commission. Member, Ashford Community Hospital Board, Southern Development Board, Marion Community Development Board, 1972-85. Chairman, Marion Anti Cancer Foundation Appeal and Marion Red Cross Calling.
Hoeper OAM, Mrs Lois Mary (QB2008)
For service to the community through the National Council of Women and a range of service and church organisations.I
President, SA Branch, National Council of Women, 1997-2000, Executive Member, from 1995; current Delegate for national conferences; current Adviser, Standing Committees; Convener, Aged Care Committee, for over 6 years; Member, War Memorial Fund Committee; Member, Arts and Letters Committee; National Council of Women Representative, Telstra Regional Consumer Council of SA. Foundation Director, National Council of Women of Australia Inc Ltd., 1997; Board Member, 1997-2000. Member of Australian delegation, International Council of Women World Assemblies, 2000 and 2003. Australian Representative, World Federation of Methodist and Uniting Church Women, 1996. President, World Day of Prayer Committee, SA (formerly Women's World Day of Prayer), 2005-2006; Uniting Church Representative on Committee, 2001-2002 and currently. Elder, Glenelg Uniting Church, 1960s. Chairman, A70 District, Inner Wheel Committee, SA, 1989-1990. Council Member, Australian National Association (now Inner Wheel Australia), 1989. President, Inner Wheel Club of Glenelg, 1985-1986 and 2002-2003; Member, since 1983. Board Member, Minda Inc, for 10 years; continues to work for the advocacy group at Minda, offering opportunities in the performing arts for the disabled. Awards/recognition include: Paul Harris Fellow, for service to Inner Wheel and Rotary, 1989.
Hoepner OAM, Mrs Dorothy Fay (AD2009)
For service to the community through a range of organisations in the Balaklava region.
Lady Mayoress, District Council of Wakefield Plains, 1989-1991. President, St Paul's Lutheran Church Balaklava Women's Fellowship, during the mid-1980s, current Assistant Secretary; Member of the Executive, for many years; Member, since the mid-1960s; Member, Church Development Committee, for many years. Vice-President, The Bible Society, Balaklava Branch, in 2005; Member, for approximately 30 years. Member, Balaklava Hospital Auxiliary, since the 1980s. Committee Member and volunteer, Ira Parker Nursing Home, Balaklava. Life Member, Balaklava and Dalkey Show Society; Council Member, for many years; Convenor, Floral Art Section; exhibitor, Floral Art; provider of catering; volunteer at working bees. Committee Member, Community Services Inc, Balaklava. Life Member, Women's Agricultural Bureau (now known as Women in Agriculture and Business); Member, Whitwarta Women's Agricultural Bureau. Member, Probus Club, Balaklava. Member, Balaklava Garden Club. Supporter, Committee Member, canteen volunteer, and Welfare Committee Member at schools in Balaklava, particularly Balaklava High School.
Hoepner OAM, Mr Esmond Wilfred (AD2009)
For service to the community of Balaklava through roles in local government, church and health service organisations.
Mayor, District Council of Wakefield Plains, 1989-1991; Councillor, 1981-1991. Council’s Representative, Balaklava High School Council, during the 1980s. Elder, St Paul's Lutheran Church, Balaklava, 1993-2004; Chairman, Congregation, 1972-1988; Lay Reader, since 2006. Chairman, Balaklava Lutheran Parish, 1991-2004; Secretary, since 2006. Chair, Balaklava Riverton District Health Service (formerly Balaklava Hospital and Balaklava Soldiers Memorial District Hospital), 1999-2007; Director, since 1993; Member, Patient Services Committee, since 1993; Member, Fundraising Committee, since 1993; Board Member, since 1984. President, Balaklava and Dalkey Agricultural and Horticultural Society, 1973-1974 and 1985-1986; Council Member, since 1961; Life Member, 1988. President, Whitwarta Agricultural Bureau, 1972-1973; Secretary, 1953-1967; Member, from 1949; Life Member. Member, Balaklava Museum (formerly a branch of the National Trust of SA). Chairman, Balaklava Jubilee 150 and Bicentenary Committee, 1982-1988. Justice of the Peace, South Australia, since 1974. Awards/recognition include: Advance Australia Award of Merit, Telstra, 1986. 40 years’ and 50 years’ Service Badges, Whitwarta Agricultural Bureau.
Hoey AM, Mr Ralph James (QB2006)
Service to the community through the establishment and provision of education, health and development programs in Nepal and Kenya, and creating opportunities for young Australians to travel and volunteer their time in developing countries.
Finance Director, World Youth International, since 1992; Chief Executive Officer, 1996-2001. World Youth International (a not-for-profit organisation) has established the World Youth International School and Sapana Dreaming Children’s Home in Nepal, and the World Youth International Owiti Children’s Home and Rang’i Community Care Centre and Health Clinic in Kenya. Programs have also been established for Australians to travel overseas and to assist in strengthening communities, enhancing their quality of life and reducing poverty. Awards include: Received the Nepalese honour Gorkha Dakshin Babu (4th Class), for his humanitarian work with the Nepalese people, in 2004.
Hoffmann AM, Mr Philip James (AD2013)
For significant service to the travel and tourism industry through contributions to professional associations and the development of training standards.
Chairman, South Australian Tourism Commission, 2002-2006. Director, Australian Federation of Travel Agents, 1983-1996; National President, for 6 years; Life Member, since 2000; State Committee Member, since the 1970s; Chapter Chairman, for 11 years. Member, Adelaide Convention and Tourism Authority Board, in the 1990s. Member, Australian Institute of Training and Development. Managing Director, Phil Hoffmann Travel, since 1990. Co-Founder, Cruiseco, 2000. Chairman, Travel Management Services, since 2004. Managing Director, Stewart Moffat Travel (SA), 1974-1990. Ambassador, Minda Inc, since 2006. Supporter, 2h Project, since 2009. Current Supporter, Carry for Kids. Member, Quarter Club Committee. Awards/recognition include: Legend Award, National Tourism and Industry Training Committee, 1999 and 2006.
Hogan OAM, Capt David John (AD2004)
For service to the community of South Australia through the State Rescue Helicopter Service.
Captain Hogan, a helicopter pilot for over 20 years, is employed by CHC Helicopters Australia and operates the Rescue 51 helicopter based at Adelaide Airport. He routinely flies missions for the South Australian Ambulance Service, the South Australian Country Fire Service and South Australia Police.
Hogan OAM, Mrs Margaret Mary (QB2005)
For service to the community through a range of literary, historical, health and charitable organisations.
Volunteer, State Library of South Australia, since 1995; guide, Bradman Collection, since 2001. Member, National Trust of South Australia, since 1988; guide, Ayers Historic House and Medina Hotel (formerly Treasury Building). Member, Founding Committee to establish the (then) Queen Victoria Hospital Volunteer Service, 1985-1995. Volunteer and guide, Women's and Children's Hospital Adelaide (following amalgamation of the Queen Victoria Hospital with Adelaide Children's Hospital), since 1996. Fundraiser and supporter, Indianaid, for past 40 years. Volunteer, Art Gallery of South Australia, since 1986. Volunteer, Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.
Hogarth AC QC, The Hon David Stirling (QB1983)
For service to the legal profession and to the community.
Hogben OAM, Mrs Eleanor Joan (AD1985)
For service to the welfare of ex-service personnel.
Hogben OAM, Mrs Shirley Colbourne (QB1980)
For community service.
For more than 30 years Mrs Hogben has been an untiring worker for numerous charitable organisations, showing a devoted and dedicated approach to community services, especially in respect to children and returned servicemen and women. She has been responsible for raising many thousands of dollars during her terms of office with women's auxiliaries for both local and State-wide appeals, and has been an outstanding organiser with the Adelaide Children's Hospital, Returned and Services League, National Council of Women and many local charities.
Holbrook OAM, Mrs Maureen Audrey (QB2005)
For service to arts and crafts, particularly through the preservation of embroidery and textile items.
Member, Embroiderers' Guild of South Australia, since 1968; President, 1980-1982; Museum Curator, for 20 years; Life Member. Volunteer in Textile Conservation Department, Artlab Australia, 1987-2001. Founding Member, National Textile Museum, 1990s. Member, South Australian Committee, Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Materials, 1987-1993. Needlework Judge, Royal Agricultural Show of South Australia, Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society, for 30 years. Awards/recognition include: Churchill Fellowship for the study of embroideries, laces and related textiles in the United Kingdom, 1983.
Holder OAM, Miss Alison Joyce (AD1983)
For service to music education.
Miss Holder's career as a music teacher spans a period of 40 years and she has taught at Methodist Ladies College, Girton School, and at the Elder Conservatorium of Music. She has performed in an honorary capacity at many charity concerts and has adjudicated at competitions in several States. She is a former member of the Council of the Music Teachers' Association, and is currently an Examiner of the Australian Music Examination Board, and a member of the Advisory Board.
Holder OAM, Mr John Gordon (QB2012)
For service to the building and construction industry, to professional organisations, and to the community of Noarlunga.
President, Federated Master Plumbers of Australia (now known as Master Plumbers of Australia), 1978-1981; SA State President, 1971-1973. President, Institute of Plumbing Australia (SA Chapter), 1974. President, Master Plumbers Association (SA Chapter), in the 1970s; Life Member. President, Building Industry Specialist Contractors Association of South Australia, 1974. Chairman, South Australian Building Industry Training Advisory Committee, in the 1970s; Deputy Chairman, for 6 years; Founding Member; Member, 1971-1983. Chairman, National Training Advisory Committee, 1990-1992; Deputy Chairman, for 6 years; Member, 1976-1999. Plumbing Business Owner, since 1952; including South Australian Plumbing Business Inspection Protection Services and, currently, J&P Holder Enterprises. Councillor, Noarlunga City Council (now City Of Onkaparinga Council), 1991-1997. Journal Editor, Association of Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex-Servicemen and Women (SA Branch) Inc, 2000-2003; Member, Management Committee, since 1997; Life Member, 2006; Member, since 1991. Current Board Member, Resthaven Outer South Community Advisory Group. Board Member, Frank Quigley Homes, 2000-2003. Board Member, Disability Housing (formerly Wheelchair Access Housing Association), 2001-2011.
Holland AO LVO, Mr John Neville (AD1989)
For service to the Australian Honours System and for public service.
Retired 1988 as Deputy Director, SA Department of the Premier and Cabinet after 41 years in the SA Public Service. Member of the Council of the Order of Australia since its inception in 1975 to 1988 and the Australian Decorations Advisory Committee since its inception in 1976. Member, State (SA) Superannuation Board 1972-88; President 1987 and 1988. Member, Classification of Publications Board and the Classification of Theatrical Performances Board 1972-86. Original Member, Standing Committee on Commonwealth/State Co-operation for Protection Against Violence 1979-85. Chairman, State Disaster Committee 1981-84. Clerk of the Executive Council 1971-88. Since 1978 the Director of nine Royal Visits.
Holland OAM, Mrs Gladys Isobel (QB1989)
For service to the community.
Secretary, Keswick Branch, Pensioners' Association for over 20 years. Assisted District Nurses' Committee for many years. Member, West Torrens Bi-centenary Committee.
Holliday OAM, Mr Ivan Grenfell (AD2004)
For service to the environment, particularly as a researcher, educator and promoter of Australian flora.
Life Member, Australian Plants Society (South Australian Region), 1990; Programming Officer (current); President, 2 years; Secretary, 4 years; Member, since 1958. Author of thirteen books on Australian Plants. Regular contributor of articles to ‘Australian Plants’, the journal of the Association for Societies for Growing Australian Plants, and the SA Regional Journal. Assisted with plant identifications and contributed to photographic library, Botanic Gardens of Adelaide. Responsible for, or involved in, numerous revegetation projects in South Australia over the past 50 years. Botantical artist. Awards include: Australian Plants Award, 1997 (ASGAP), Australian Associations of Societies for Growing Australian Plants.
Holloway OAM, Dr Robert Edgcumbe (QB2007)
For service to primary industry, particularly as a contributor to dryland farming research and development.
Officer-in-Charge, Minnipa Agricultural Centre, Upper Eyre Peninsula, SA Department of Agriculture (now Primary Industries and Resources SA), 1977-2006; acting in the position, 1977-1980; Field Research Officer, 1971 and 1973-1977; Assistant Information Officer, 1970. Has published over 100 scholarly papers; research projects include: The application of fluid fertilisers to improve crop performance; zinc as a subsoil nutrient for cereals; the effects of boron and salt on the growth of wheat. Member, Library Board, Karcultaby Community School, since 1985; former Chair. Former Auxiliary Member, Minnipa Country Fire Service Brigade, from 1976.
Holmes OAM, WO 1 Christopher John (QB1997)
For meritorious service to the Army as Regimental Sergeant-Major of 10th Terminal Regiment, Brisbane Logistic Group and 4th Training Group.
Warrant Officer Holmes has provided excellent guidance and leadership over an extended period in a number of appointments. His energy and enthusiasm have been exceptionally strong and he has taken every opportunity to influence all aspects in the conduct of training. He has displayed great personal, moral and mental strength together with candour and integrity, and has been fundamental in ensuring sound performance appraisal systems are operable for all ranks. He has repeatedly demonstrated great perception and incisiveness, and has provided a highly professional role model for others to emulate.
Holmes OAM, Mrs Mary Veronica (AD2003)
For service to the ageing community of North Plympton through Southern Cross Care.
'The Pines' Southern Cross Care Facility: Volunteer for 22 years. Assistance and care for residents providing practical and pastoral support. Assistance for Chaplains with the coordination of daily religious services. Coordination of volunteer activity.
Holmes OAM, Mr William (AD2008)
For service to the community, particularly through the hearing dogs program of Lions Australia.
Executive Officer, Lions Hearing Dogs, since 1999; National Chairman, from 1992. Chairman, National Council Lions Australia, 1991-1992; Secretary, Adelaide 2005 National Convention, 2002-2005. District Governor, Lions District 201 S3 (comprising part of South Australia and the whole of the Northern Territory), 1990-1991; District Officer, for many years. Ran the Leadership Skills Course for Lions Districts 201 S1, 201 S2, and 201 S3, for many years; currently conducts training for incoming District Cabinet Officers. Member, Lions Club of Mitcham, since 1993. Member, Lions Club of Flagstaff Hill, from 1985. President, Lions Club of Casuarina, 1983-1984; Member, 1973-1984. Charter Secretary, Lions Club of Hallett Cove and District; involved in the establishment of the club.
Holmes AM, Mr Leon Codrington (QB2012)
For service to the community through leadership roles with the Australian Meals on Wheels Association at state and national levels, to corporate governance and structural reform, and to the community of South Australia.
President, Meals on Wheels, South Australia, since 2003; Vice-President, 1998-2002; Member, Finance, Audit and Governance Committee, since 1994. President, Australian Meals on Wheels Association, 2006-2011; Vice-President; Member, Board of Governors, since 2004. President, Royal Automobile Association of South Australia (RAA), 2008-2010; Vice-President, 2004; Board Member, since 1994; Chairman, RAA Insurance, 2008-2010. Director, Australian Automobile Association, 2008-2010. Chairman's Representative in South Australia, Shell Australia, 1988-1989; Manager, Shell LiveWIRE SA, 1995-2000. Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors. Member, Rotary Club of Adelaide, since 1988. Awards/recognition include: Paul Harris Fellow, 1991.
Holt OAM, Mrs Averil Gertrude (AD2000)
For service to the community of Brighton and to the identification, recording and preservation of historical and heritage items in South Australia.
Foundation President, Brighton Historical Society 1983-1986 and again 1990-1991. Member, State Heritage Authority 1993-1996. Founding member of the Association of Professional Historians in 1988 and continues as a member. Chairperson of the Historic Kingston House Development Committee 1987-1989 and again 1991-1995. Author: Hillcrest Hospital -- The First 50 Years and is currently preparing a sequel; Port Adelaide Casualty Hospital; 1920-1940: the Crowded Years (booklet for the Adelaide Festival of Arts Programme) and The Vanishing Sands, (a history of Brighton), 1991. Co-author of a study which identified 100 items of importance to local heritage, 1991. Councillor, City of Brighton (now Holdfast Bay) 1993-1997. Executive member, Flinders University Convocation for several years and involved in establishment of the Convocation Medal. Secretary, State 21st Anniversary Ball Committee, 1970. Executive member of the Brighton Branch of the Good Neighbour Council. Assisted Scouts, Guides, Cubs and Brownies in Seacliff area 1967-1969 and served as a member of the Joint Scout and Guide Committee that successfully raised funds for a new hall. Established a Ladies Monday Discussion Group. Melvin Jones Fellowship awarded by the Lions Club of Brighton. City of Holdfast Bay Citizen of the Year 1999.
Holt OAM, Mr Peter Leonard (AD2004)
For service to the community, particularly through Lions International.
Lions Club of Brighton: Member, since 1971; Past President, 2 terms and Past Secretary/Treasurer. District Chairman, Campaign SightFirst Program, 1992-1995. District Governor, 1991-1992. Cabinet Treasurer, 3 terms; Past Constitution and By-Law Chairman. Secretary/ Treasurer, District Convention Organising Committee, 1997 and 1987. Other community service includes: Councillor, City of Holdfast Bay, since 1997. Chairman, Holdfast Bay Historical Society. Foundation Member and Secretary, Brighton Branch, National Seniors Association. Member, Friends of Kingston House, 11 years (a local historical house). Honorary Auditor, Brighton Historical Society, Brighton Senior Citizens Club, and Marino Probus Club.
Homburg OAM, Mr Robert John (QB2002)
For service to the community of the Barossa Valley through local government, musical and sporting organisations.
Elected to the District Council of Tanunda, 1972; Mayor, 1991-1996; Deputy Mayor, 1974. Member, Structural Reform Committee involved in the amalgamation of several local councils 1996. Deputy Mayor, Barossa Council. Member, Barossa Community Services Board. Member, Barossa Valley Region Review; Chairman, 1991. Member, Barossa Valley Public Library Board; Chairman, 1974-1997; responsible for establishing libraries in surrounding rural communities. Member, Tanunda Recreation Centre; Chairman. Member, Tanunda Recreation Park Committee. Member, Sculpture Park at Menglers Hill. Musical Director, Tanunda Liedertafel male choir, since 1970. Patron, Gawler Barossa Oratorio Choir, since 1992. Vice-Patron, SA Country Choral Association. Member, Tanunda Band Competitions Contest Committee, 1959-1980; Secretary, for over 10 years; Life member. Life member, South Australian Band Association, 1978. Member, Tanunda Swimming Pool Committee, for 21 years; President. Life member, Tanunda Cricket Club, 1972; player; Captain; Committee member; Junior coach. Life member, Tanunda Golf Club; President; Captain. Other community service includes: Foundation member, Tanunda Apex Club (now the Barossa Valley Apex Club); Inaugural Secretary, 1957; President President, Barossa Valley Rotary Club.
Hood OAM, Mr Cyril Claud (AD1988)
For service to the community.
Volunteer worker, The Crippled Children's Association since 1970. Driver for Meals on Wheels 14 years. Chairman various committees Mitcham Lions Club since 1972, Life member 1986. Life member, Mitcham Football Club and Hawthorn Bowling Club. Mayor, City of Mitcham 1965-68, Alderman 1968-74, Councillor 1955-62.
Hooper OAM, Mr Ronald Ley (QB2000)
For service to veterans, particularly through the War Veterans Home Myrtle Bank, and to the community.
Chairman, Board of Management, War Veterans Home (Myrtle Bank) since 1992 and served as Honorary Secretary and Treasurer, 1963-1991. Currently Chairman, Royal Adelaide Hospital Heritage and Historical Committee. Volunteer, Medic Alert Foundation for past 16 years. Member, Rotary Club of Adelaide since 1970 and President, 1981-1982. Council member, South Australian Branch, Australian Institute of Hospital Administrators for over 10 years, serving as President in 1967 and again in 1973. Administrator, Royal Adelaide Hospital from 1967 to retirement in 1979, and Secretary, 1959-1967. Awards: Paul Harris Fellow, 1987.
Hooper OAM, Mrs Cletus Maria (AD2001)
For service to the community through social welfare and counselling activities, particularly at Catherine House in Adelaide.
Member of Steering Committee set up by Sisters of Mercy to determine the needs of homeless women in Adelaide and whether those needs were being met. This led to the establishment of Catherine House; and she served as a Board Member, 1988-1998. Also undertook volunteer work at the House for 4 years. St Vincent de Paul Society Inc: active member in South Australia for many years. Catholic Parish of Aberfoyle Park: served as a Member (and as Chairman) of Parish Pastoral Council and some of its sub-committees. Member of Parish Ministry Team for last 4-5 years. School teacher and school counsellor until retirement in 1987. Employed at Mercedes College, 1983-1987; and Morialta (now Morialta Norwood High School), 1977-1981, where she was Senior School Counsellor with additional responsibility for students with learning and other disabilities.
Hooper OAM, Ms Janice Kay (AD2003)
For service to nursing in South Australia.
Nursing Co-Director, Medicine, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 2001; established, in collaboration, the Discharge Interface Programme to assess patients and organise packages of care from other agencies to allow the patients, often elderly, to remain in their own home environment; organised and facilitated meetings with nursing home staff to improve liaison, networking and organised community awareness programmes. Nursing Director, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, since 1986; Registered Nurse; Registered Midwife. Nursing Director Medical Division, North West Adelaide Health Service, including Lyell McEwin Health Service, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Howard House, Oakden Campus. Member, Royal College of Nursing Australia, since 1989. Member, Nurse Leaders Forum. Former Board Member, Western Community Hospital, 1995-1999. Former Adviser, Nurses Board of South Australia.
Hope OAM, Ms Vivien Suit-cheng (QB2010)
For service to multiculturalism, and to the community of South Australia.
Executive Officer, Multicultural Communities Council of South Australia, since 2002; advocacy and community development. Founding Member/Director, Australian Multicultural Foundation. Legal Adviser, Ethnic Communities Council of South Australia. Founding Member and later Chair, Migrant Resource Centre SA, 1980-1996. Part-time Commissioner, South Australian Ethnic Affairs Commission, 1981-1983. Head, International Studies Support Services, University of Adelaide, 1995-2002; Senior Overseas Student Adviser, 1988-1995; Junior Tutor, Centre for Asian Studies, 1981-1988. Board Member, Centre of International Studies and Multicultural Education, since 1990. Education/Welfare Officer, Adelaide University Union Inc, 1984-1988. Coordinator, Malaysian Tertiary Education Scheme program, 1988-1992. Member and later President, Council for the Welfare of Overseas Students, 1984-1988. Vice-President, ISANA: International Education Association, 2000; Life Member, since 2001.
Hopgood AO, Dr Donald Jack (AD1995)
For service to the South Australian Parliament, to conservation and the environment and to the community.
Outstanding South Australian ALP politician 1970-93, Member for Mawson 1970-77, Baudin 1977-93, Opposition front bencher three years, Minister 16 years, Deputy Premier; holding most exacting portfolios of government with distinction. Exceptional record as the State's longest-serving Minister for Environment and Planning (1982-88), initiating a major review of strategies for development policies in Adelaide achieving balance between development and environmental protection. Notable contribution also as Minister for Family and Community Services 1989-92, Aged Care 1988-92, Health 1992, Emergency Services and Water Resources 1985-88, Lands 1982-85, Chief Secretary. Away from politics known as keen musician and for continuing contribution to jazz and band music, astronomy and the history and work of Uniting Church in SA.
Hopgood OAM, Mrs Clarice Muriel (QB1996)
For service to music, particularly as a foundation and exective member of the Australian Society of Keyboard Music.
Mrs Hopgood has worked as a piano teacher for over 40 years and she provides assistance to many pianists and music students involved in performances. Secretary, Australian Society for Keyboard Music (ASKM) since 1976; joined Executive 1974; foundation member 1970. This organisation provides concert practice for performers and holds numerous concerts for local and overseas artists. Established fund to purchase Steinway Grand Piano; appointed fund-raising secretary 1975; appointed ASKM representative on Steinway Trust 1979.
Hopwood AM, Prof John Joseph (AD2004)
For service to biomedical research in the field of lysosomal storage disorders, and to the community through support for people affected by these diseases.
Adelaide Children's Hospital, Department of Chemical Pathology: Head, Lysosomal Diseases Research Unit, since 1987; Chief Hospital Scientist, since 1977. Head, Biochemical Genetics Program, Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide, since 2000; Deputy Head of Chemical Pathology Services, since 1994. Professor, Department of Paediatrics University of Adelaide, since 1991. Visiting Scientist, Department of Medical Chemistry, University of Uppsala, 1976. University of Chicago, Department of Paediatrics: Assistant Professor, 1973-1975; Research Associate, 1972-1973. United States of America National Mucopolysaccharide Society: Member, Scientific Advisory Board, since 1990. Italian Mucopolysaccharide Society: Member, Scientific Advisory Board, since 1994. Chairman, Lysosomal Diseases Australia, since 1998. Patron, Acid Maltase Deficiency Association Australia Inc. Honorary Life Member, Mucopolysaccharide and Related Diseases Society Australia. Member Scientific Advisory Committee, Mutation Research Centre, since 1997. Member, Advisory Committee, Bioengineering Centre, University of New South Wales, since 1996. Member, Editorial Board, Biochemical and Molecular Medicine, since 1998. Member, Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Member, Human Genetics Society of Australasia. Connective Tissue Society of Australia and New Zealand, Treasurer, 1983-1995; Member, International Society of Complex Carbohydrates. Chair, Global Organisation Lysosomal Disorders, since 2002. Awards and grants include: Howard Florey Centenary Grant, 1998; Program Grant, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1988-2000; South Australian Government Innovation Award, 1991; Fogarty Exchange Fellow, NIH, Washington, 1987; May Fotheringham Fellowship, 1983; Joseph P. Kennedy Jr Fellow in Neuroscience, University of Chicago, 1974-1975; Fulbright Scholar, Chicago, 1972-1976; Monash Postgraduate Scholar, 1969?1972; Lemberg Medal, 2003.
Horgan OAM, Sr Mary Alphonsus (AD1999)
For service to music education.
Sister Horgan has been involved in music education for over 65 years pioneering music education in South Australia’s Dominican Catholic schools. Since retiring from Cabra Dominican Convent in 1987, she has continued to give piano lessons as a private teacher and as a part-time member of the music staff at Brighton Secondary School. Involved in practical and theory examinations at the University of Adelaide. Designed curricula for primary and secondary levels; director of choral works, musical productions and concerts. Examiner in piano and theory for the Australian Music Examinations Board (AMEB) since 1977 and was a member of the AMEB State Committee, 1979-1990, representing the Catholic Schools Board. Member, Music Teachers’ Association since 1963, served on Council, 1970-1980, 1981-1985, 1987-1991; Life Member, 1986. Served as a member, Adelaide Chapter of Australian Society for Keyboard Music.
Horne OAM, Rev Keith Douglas (QB1989)
For service to the community.
Established for Doncaster Council YMCA 1972, Chairman 1972-1980. Member, Board to establish Doncaster Aged Care Hospital; Chairman, Doncaster Community Care Centre eight years. Chairman, "Community Forum"; member, Shopfront Committee.
Horne AM, Prof Colin James (AD1979)
For service to literature.
Professor Horne's record of service, since his return to Australia in 1958 to take up the Jury Chair of English Language and Literature at the University of Adelaide, has been a distinguished one. His service has been not only to the University but directly to the community in his work over the years for the Adelaide Festival of Arts; in particular as Chairman of the Writers' Week. He was responsible for visits to Australia by writers of international standing, and helped to forge invaluable links between Australia and overseas writers as well as between Australian writers themselves. Professor Horne has established himself as an authority in the field of 18th century literary studies and his contribution to learned journals have been sustained over the years.
Horner OAM, Mrs Joan Leonne (AD1993)
For service to netball and to the community.
Player, umpire, selector, coach Adelaide YCW (1962-64) and Contax (1964-79) Netball Clubs; Club president 1977, life member 1979. Team coach, manager, umpire, SA Netball Association 1971-74, leading teams to most State capitals; life member 1975. Other netball commitments. Also associated many years Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, Julia Farr Centre. Active and current member St. Wilfred's Church Guild and Mothers' Union, many years. Head Sacristan 25 years.
Horowitz AM, Prof John David (QB2004)
For service to medicine and medical research in the field of cardiology, particularly in the area of ischaemic heart disease.
Foundation Chair of Cardiology/Director of Cardiology, The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, since 1988, and responsible for the establishment of a Cardiology Research Laboratory. Also Executive member, Queen Elizabeth Medical Staff Society, 1990-1995; Executive member, Division of Medicine, 1989-1993, and Research Advisory Committee, 1989-1995. Professor of Cardiology, University of Adelaide, since 1996; and member of Research Committee Faculty of Medicine, 1991-2000. Director of Cardiology, North Western Adelaide Area Health Service. Principal Investigator, International Steering Committee IMPASS Trial, since 1998. Member, International Steering Committee ATLAS Trial, 1993-1998. Regional Chairman, Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand (South Australia), since 2002; and committee member, since 1992. Also served as a member of various Committees including the Basic Science Working Group, the Clinical Trials Working Group and the Clinical Trials Working Party. Chairman, Scientific Committee Annual Meeting, Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2003 (one of the largest medical meetings in the Asia Pacific region). Coordinator and Chairman, 10th IUPHAR, Sydney, 1987. Other activities include: Board member, National Heart Foundation (South Australia). Council member, Pembroke School, 1994-1995.
Horsnell AO, Prof Arthur Maxwell (AD1984)
For service to dentistry.
Horton OAM, Mrs Jessie Fraser (AD1981)
For community service.
Horwood OAM, Mr Geoffrey Grant (AD1998)
For service to gliding as an instructor, trainer, airworthiness inspector, and administrator at state and national levels.
Mr Horwood has been actively involved in flying since 1941 and gliding since 1953. He commenced an aero club and a gliding club in Port Pirie in 1953, and was their first instructor. Started the Keith/Bordertown Gliding Club in the 1960s and the Whyalla Gliding Club in the 1970s. Mr Horwood has been involved in administration, airworthiness inspections and sporting segments of gliding. Over the years he has introduced 1500 Scouts to gliding. Served as president of Waikerie Gliding Club for five years, and president, South Australian Gliding Association for three years. Joined the Australian Air League in 1989 and formed the Air League Gliding Club and is the Chief Gliding Instructor. Served as president of the Air League Gliding Club and Group Air Activities Commissioner for the Australian Air League, SA Group.
Hoskin OAM, Flt Sgt William James (AD1992)
For service to the Royal Australian Air Force as Weapon Engineering Air Force Office.
Sgt Hoskin enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force as an Armament Fitter in 1978. He served with No. 482 Squadron, No. 1 Squadron and No. 2 Aircraft Depot. Promoted to Sergeant he was posted to Weapons Engineering Air Force Office where he currently serves.
Hosking AO, Mr Norman Grantham (QB1983)
For service to engineering.
Mr Hosking, a consulting engineer and former Rhodes Scholar, has been a major contributor to the engineering profession and is currently Director of Hosking, Oborn & Partners Pty Ltd. He has held senior positions with various Federal and State engineering bodies and is a past Chairman of the State Branch of the Institution of Engineers, and the Association of Consulting Engineering 1989.
Hosking OAM, Mrs Lorna Ellen (QB1981)
For service to the community.
Houbein AM, Mrs Lolo Johanna (QB2002)
For service to literature as a writer and through assistance and encouragement of writers from non-English speaking backgrounds, to the welfare of refugees and migrants and to the environment through Trees for Life.
Author and publisher of a number of books, some of which have won awards. A number of her stories have been published in a variety of anthologies. Considered a pioneer in multicultural writing during the 1980s. Participated in workshops for writers through the South Australian Writers Centre. Most recent book, Tibetan Transit, has attempted to focus attention on the current situation in Tibet. Former South Australian contact for PEN, an international organisation that “puts words to work for free speech against censorship, for cultural diversity and in defence of writers imprisoned for their writing”. Co-established Trees for Life in South Australia (provides free trees for degraded farmland), 1981. Has run courses in organic gardening principles and teaching self-sufficiency. Established South Australian Branch of Wrap with Love, through which members make wraps for refugees, 1996. Volunteer, Community Aid Abroad Shop. Taught English to refugees and migrants through the Australian Migrant Education Service. Awards include: Bicentennial Fiction Award, 1988, for Walk a Barefoot Road; this book was also serialised as an ABC Radio series. Dirk Hartog Award for Migration Literature, Holland, 1988, for Wrong Face in the Mirror: An Autobiography of Race and Identity. Rolf Boldrewood Short Story Award, 1983 and 1978. South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies Short Story Award, 1980.
Hough OAM, Mr Thomas Gerald (QB2006)
Service to the community of the Victor Harbor region, particularly through environmental organisations and to local government.
Chairperson, Yorke Peninsula Consultative Committee National Parks and Wildlife Service, 1987-1988; Member (Ministerial appointee), 1989-2002; Yorke Peninsula Consultative Committee, 1982-1989. Convenor, Southern Fleurieu Walking Group, ‘Yacka Walkers’, for 6 years. District Clerk/Town Clerk, District Council of Warooka, for 32 years; retired in 1983. Fellow, Local Government Managers Australia - South Australia. Justice of the Peace, South Australia, since 1954; Member, Royal Association of Justices of South Australia Inc, since 1955; served on the bench in several jurisdictions in South Australia. Volunteer, Victor Harbor Visitor Information Centre, since 1995. Volunteer, South Australian Whale Centre, since 2000. Treasurer, Victor Harbor Men's Probus Club. Volunteer, Country Fire Service and State Emergency Service, Yorke Peninsula. President, Warooka Institute Committee. President, Warooka Art Group. Treasurer, Southern District Art Society, Victor Harbor.
House OAM, Mr Richard Lancelot (AD2013)
For service to conservation and the environment, and to the community.
Chairman, Victor Harbour Coastcare, since 2003; Founding Member, 1998; Coastcare tackles problems like dune erosion, loss of native plants and animals, storm water pollution, weeds and control of human access to sensitive areas. Volunteer grower, Trees for Life, since 1991; over 10,000 trees have grown. Member, South Coast Dune Care, for over 15 years. Treasurer, Burnside Historical Society, since 1995; President, 1989-1994; Secretary and Treasurer, 1982-1989; Life Member, 1989; Member, since 1980. Awards/recognition include: Community Award, City of Burnside, 2003.
Howard OAM, Mrs Rita (QB1977)
For community service.
Howard AM RFD, Mr James Wilson (AD2010)
For service to the Australian pharmaceutical industry through executive roles, to legislative reform, and to the financial management and education sectors.
Managing Director, National Pharmacies Australia (also known as the Friendly Society Medical Association Inc), since 1997; General Manager, 1996-1997. Involved with National Competition Policy Reviews of pharmacy. Member, Advisory Board, Pharmacy College, School of Pharmaceutical, Molecular and Biological Sciences, University of South Australia (in conjunction with National Pharmacies Australia), since 1997. Chairman, Pharmacy 2000 Conferences, since 2000. President, Australian Friendly Societies Pharmacies Association, since 1997; Federal President, since 1997; involved in legislative changes including achieving the historic 'Memorandum of Understanding'. Non-Executive Director, Lifeplan Australia Friendly Society, 1998-2008. Current Fellow, Australian Institute of Company Directors; Member, since 1991. Fellow, Australian Institute of Management. Chairman, St Ann’s University College Council, since 2003; Member, since 1997; Chairman, St Ann’s Foundation, since 2004. Member, South Australian Certificate of Education Board of South Australia (formerly known as the Senior Secondary Assessment Board of South Australia), 1991-1994 and 1996-2000; Chairman, Operations Standing Committee. Board Member, St Dominic’s Priory College, since 1995. Awards/recognition include: Reserve Force Decoration, long service award presented to officers in the Reserve elements of the Australian Defence Force. Invited to be an Associate of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia.
Howe AM, Mrs Anne Dorothy (QB2012)
For service to public administration in South Australia through executive and advisory roles with economic, water, construction and horticultural organisations.
Chief Executive, South Australian Water Corporation (SA Water), 2001-2010; Acting Chief Executive, 2000-2001; Board Member, 2000-2010. Deputy Chief Executive, Department for Administrative and Information Services, 1997-2000. Chief Executive, Department for State Government Services (Services SA), 1995-1997. Chief Executive Officer, Department for Building Management, 1993-1995. Director of Public Sector Reform, Office of Public Sector Reform, 1992-1993. Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Department for Family and Community Services, 1989-1992. Director of Policy and Planning, Children's Services Office, 1987-1989; Regional Director, 1985-1987. Chair, Committee for Economic Development of Australia, State Advisory Council (SA), 2007-2010; Member, National Board of Directors. Chair, Institute of Public Administration Australia (South Australia), 2007-2009. Deputy Commissioner, Murray Darling Basin Commission, 2002-2005. Chair, Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA), 2003-2005; Deputy Chair, 2002-2003; Director, CRC for Water Quality and Treatment (preceding WSAA). Chair, Holdfast Shores, Project Control Group, 1997-2000. Chair, State Supply Board (South Australia), 1996-2000. Chair, Australian Procurement and Construction Council, 1996-1999. Deputy Chairperson, National Public Works Council, 1994-1996. Deputy Chairperson, Federal Government's Construction Industry Development Agency, 1994-1995. Board Member, South Australian Government Financing Authority Advisory Board, 2002-2010. Board Member, Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and State Herbarium (South Australia), 2006-2010. Board Member, Economic Development Board South Australia, Projects Coordination Board, 2007-2008. Board Member, Construction Industry Training Board, 1997-2004. Board Member of the National Building and Construction Committee; the South Australian Government Captive Insurance Corporation Board; and the Playford Centre, 1997-2001. Councillor, Australian Institute of Company Directors (South Australia), 1996-1999. Board Member, South Australian Urban Project Authority, 1995-1997. Fellow, Institute of Public Administration Australia. Awards/recognition include: Industry Woman of the Year 'Nancy Millis Award', Australian Water Association, 2009.
Howell OAM CSM, Dr Catherine Adele (Cate) (QB2012)
For service to medicine, particularly in the field of mental health, and to professional organisations.
Involved with the Primary Care Mental Health Unit, Discipline of General Practice, University of Adelaide. Former Chairperson, Adelaide North Division of General Practice; developed and managed a mental health program, for 10 years. General Practitioner and Therapist, Dr Cate Howell & Colleagues; a counselling and mental health practice. Co-Director, CM Consulting; specialising in educating health professionals about mental health issues. Former Examiner, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners. Former President, Australian College of Psychological Medicine. Author of: - Keeping the blues away. - Release your worries: a guide to letting go of stress and anxiety. Awards/recognition include: Conspicuous Service Medal, 1992; for her conspicuous service as the Medical Officer at RAAF Base Edinburgh, South Australia.
Hrycek AM, Mrs Maria Barbara (QB1988)
For service to the Polish community.
Committee member, Polish Educational Society of SA Inc., 1970-78, President since 1978. Established Polish schools in Whyalla, Holden Hill, Salisbury, Happy Valley and Morphett Vale. Member, Pastoral Council since 1975. Member, Polish Women's Association, 1980-85. Member, Polish Papal Visit Committee, 1986. Member, Polish Broadcasting Committee since 1979.
Huang AM, Prof Alfred Shin (QB2004)
For service to local government, to business and commerce through the promotion and facilitation of education and trade opportunities between Adelaide and the South East Asian region, and to the community through civic, multicultural and social welfare initiatives.
Lord Mayor, Adelaide, May 2000-May 2003. Deputy Lord Mayor, Adelaide, 1995-1997. Councillor, Adelaide City Council, 1992-2000. President, Chinese Chamber of Commerce, 1992-2000; Leader, trade missions to Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, China and Taiwan. President, Chinese Association of SA, 1988-1990; Vice-President, 1986-1988; Committee Member, 1984-1988. Member, Ethnic Schools Board of SA, 1987-1989. Member, Adelaide Chinese Lions Club, since 1998. Chair of Board, Education Adelaide, October 2001-May 2003. Board Member, Education Australia, 2000-2001. Board Member, Australian Craniofacial Foundation, 1997-2000. Adjunct Professor, International Graduate School of Management, University of South Australia, since August 2003. Business Consultant, 1995-2000. Principal Engineer, Federal Government construction agency, State Manager; Project Manager, 1981-1995. Awards include: Centenary Medal, 2001, for service to the community, particularly as Lord Mayor of Adelaide.
Huckstepp OAM, Mr James Douglas (QB2000)
For service to the communities of Glenelg and Brighton.
Mr Huckstepp recently retired as Works Manager, Technical Services, Glenelg City Council (now known as Holdfast Bay); his concern for the community was in the preservation and conservation of the area. Initiated the placement of a storm-sea-proof rock wall placed along the Glenelg foreshore and also implemented storm-water pollution control procedures. Council’s manual irrigation systems were made automatic. Encouraged the participation in Keep South Australia Beautiful Tidy Towns competition and private gardens to enter the city’s garden competitions. Involved in the restoration and preservation of the Old Gum Tree and its surrounds. Member of the Australia Remembers Committee and restored Glenelg air raid shelter as a memorial. Contributed to 1986 Sesquicentennial Celebrations. Member, Brighton Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia. Leader, Zone 142, South Brighton, Neighbourhood Watch since 1998.
Huddleston AM, Mr Stanley Ernest (AD1979)
For public service.
Hughes AM, Dr Paul (QB1993)
For service to education, particularly through the development of Aboriginal educational policies.
Prominent role in field of education over many years, making lasting contribution to raising standards of education for Aboriginal people. Chairperson Aboriginal Education Policy Task Force since 1988, Co-ordinator SA Aboriginal Education Programme, highly regarded for outstanding work with Aboriginal students and their families. Leading role in development of Aboriginal Studies SA and policy development for early schooling as member Commonwealth Schools' Councils. Through his leadership SA enjoys reputation as being at leading edge Aboriginal education.
Hughes AM ED, Rev John (AD1982)
For service to religion and to the community.
Hughes AO MBE, Mr Robert Watson (AD2005)
For service to the arts through music, particularly as a composer, and for the promotion of Australian music through representative organisations for musicians.
Freelance Composer and Music Arranger, since 1976. Chairman, Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA), 1977-1985; Writer/Director, 1958-1966. Board Member, Australian Music Centre, from approximately 1977. Foundation Member, Music Board, Australia Council, since 1973. Foundation Member, Fellowship of Australian Composers, since 1959; Vice-President, for over 10 years. Musical Editor, Arranger and Orchestrator, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (now Victorian Symphony Orchestra), Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC), 1953-1976; Music Arranger and Editor, 1946-1953. Chairman, Australian Music Fund, 1964-1968. Chairman and Patron, Dorian Le Galliene Composition Award Trust, from 1964. Commissioned/Competition Works include: Sea Spell, performed at inaugural Sydney Opera House concerts, 1974. The Forbidden Rite, (ballet for television) commissioned, APRA/ABC, 1960. Sinfonietta, commissioned, Halle Orchestra (UK), 1957. Elegy, winner H Brewster-Jones Memorial Prize, 1955. Xanadu, winner first prize, APRA/ABC Competition, 1954. Linn O'Dee, commissioned for Royal Visit, State Government of Victoria, 1954. Symphony, winner Australian Section, Commonwealth Jubilee Symphony Competition, 1951. Festival Overture, winner, competition for Royal Visit, ABC, 1949. Awards include: Distinguished Service to Australian Music Award, Classical Music Awards, APRA-Australian Music Centre, 2003. Long-Term Contribution to Australian Music Award, Australian Music Centre, 1997. Centennial Award for 'outstanding contribution to music in Australia', Faculty of Music, University of Melbourne, 1995. Inaugural Fellowship, Commonwealth Government Fellowships for Australian Composers, 1971.
Hughes OAM, Mr Edward James (QB2009)
For service to the environment and national parks.
Inaugural President, Friends of Para Wirra, 1989-2007; Life Member; Board Member, Friends of Parks Inc, 2001-2004. Chairman, Williamstown, Lyndoch Landcare Group Inc, 1994-1996; Secretary, 1988-1993; Life Member. Representative of Friends of Para Wirra, Steering Committee, South Para Biodiversity Project, 1998. Instrumental in the formation of Innes National Park in his role as State Manager, Waratah Gypsum Pty Ltd, 1972. Member, Rotary International, for over 35 years; President, Rotary Club of Woodville South; Member, Rotary Club of Gawler. Life Member, Port Adelaide Sailing Club Inc, 1987; Commodore, 1971-1973; Vice-Commodore, 1967-1971; Committee Member, since 1966. Foundation Commodore, Ceduna Sailing Club, 1963-1966; Life Member. Vice-Chairperson, Barossa Goldfields Historical Society Inc, 1987-1998. Committee Member, Gawler and Barossa Jockey Club Inc. Awards include: Best Friends Medal, Friends of Para Wirra, 2001.
Hughes OAM, Dr Millicent Anne (AD2011)
For service to the community through a range of women's, service, and sporting organisations.
Acting General Secretary, National Council of Women of South Australia, since 2010; current Honorary Treasurer; current Member of the Executive Committee, Ruth Gibson Committee and the History Week Committee; Member, Fundraising Committee, 2009. Current Coordinator, Status of Women, Zonta Area 2, Zonta Club of Adelaide; Area Director, 2000-2002; Club President, 1984-1986; Secretary; Treasurer; Member, since 1973; Co-Chair, District Conference, 1987. Zonta Delegate and Organiser of the Premier's Award Dinner, South Australian Association of Community Service Organisations, for 9 years. Committee Member, Amelia Earhart Fellowship Awards, for several years. Partner Member, Rotary Club of Burnside; Secretary, International Service Committee, since 2005; Member, Rotarians Against Malaria, Solomon Islands, 2005; Secretary, Helena Goldie Hospital Committee, since 2005; Honorary Medical Officer, 2006. Current Secretary, SA Medical Heritage Society. Former Medical Officer, Royal Lifesaving Society South Australia. Chair, School Council, Linden Park Primary School, for 3 years. Member, Cheerio Eagles Netball Club, 1992-2000; Vice-President, 1996-1999; Life Member; Member, Coaching Sub-Committee. Head of Department, Nuclear Medicine, Royal Adelaide Hospital, retired 2000. Consultant Physician in Nuclear Medicine, Flinders Medical Centre, 1978-2003. Consultant Physician in Nuclear Medicine, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, 1976-2002. Awards/recognition include: Irene Bell Award for Community Service, International Women’s Day Committee, 2010. Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary Club of Burnside, 2007.
Hugo AO, Prof Graeme John (QB2012)
For distinguished service to population research, particularly the study of international migration, population geography and mobility, and through leadership roles with national and international organisations.
Director, Australian Population and Migration Research Centre, University of Adelaide, since 2011; Director, National Centre for Social Applications of Geographic Information Systems, since 1996; Professor of Geography, Department of Geographical and Environmental Studies, since 1991; Head, Department of Geography, 1992-1996. Chair, Scientific Committee on International Migration, International Union for Scientific Study of Population, 2006-2010; Member, Committee on Urbanisation; Member, Committee on South-North Migration. Member, Famine and Food Crisis Management Advisory Committee, International Geographical Union, 1988-1992. Member, National Housing Supply Council, since 2011. Chair, Demographic Change and Liveability Panel, Commonwealth Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, 2010-2011. Member, External Advisory Board, Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute. Former Chair, Social Science and Politics Research Assessment Panel. Former Member Standing Committee, Australian Family Project, Australian National University. Former Member, National Population Council. Australian Professorial Fellow, Discovery Projects Scheme, Australian Research Council, since 2010; Chair, Expert Advisory Committee, Social, Behavioural and Economic Sciences, 2000-2004; Member, 2010; Federation Fellowship, 2002-2007. Author of over 300 books, book chapter, articles, conference papers and reviews including: - The Population Distribution Effects of Migration in Australia, published 2011; a research report commissioned by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. - Economic, Social and Civic Contributions of First and Second Generation Humanitarian Entrants, published 2011; a research report commissioned by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship. - Australia’s Diaspora: It’s Size, Nature and Policy Implications. 2003. - Worlds in Motion: Understanding International Migration at the End of the Millennium, 1998, reprinted 2005. - Atlas of the Australian People Series, 1989-1995. - Australia’s Changing Population, 1986. Editor, Labour Mobility in the Asia-Pacific Region, 2008. Joint Editor, A Greater Australia: Population, Policies and Governance. Joint Editor, New Forms of Urbanisation: Beyond the Urban-Rural Dichotomy, 2004. Joint Editor, The Demographic Dimension in Indonesian Development, 1987. Fellow, Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, since 1987. Member, Institute Australian Geographers. Member, Australian Population Association. Member, National Population Council.
Hullick OAM, Mr James Maitland (QB1991)
For service to local government and to the community.
Secretary-General SA Local Government Association since 1976. Board member, Local Government Finance Authority, Superannuation Scheme, Workers' Compensation Scheme and Local Government Mutual Liability Scheme. Secretary and Director, Council Purchasing Authority. State Planning Review Committee 1984. Member, Fitzgerald Federal Inquiry into Immigration 1987-88. Currently Chairman, Local Government Ethnic Affairs Review in South Australia.
Humphrys OAM, Mr Reo Wallace (AD1985)
For service to the community.
Hunt AO, Mr David Alexander (QB1994)
For service to the South Australian Police Department and to the community.
South Australian Police Commissioner since 1983. Prime mover in giving policing a professional status and in the creation of the Australian Police Staff College, Charles Sturt University. Key role in major change management philosophy and operational policing. His particular focus has been on community policing and crime prevention and on the establishment of CIB task force operations on major crime and drugs. Instrumental in the development of an integrated multi-organisation information system. Major contribution to St. John Ambulance; Co-ordinator State Disaster Organisation bringing together emergency services in South Australia.
Hunter OAM, Mr Robert Jeffrey (QB1988)
For service to country fire and emergency services.
Stirling Country Fire Service 1952-86. Positions held: Chief Officer, Deputy District Officer and Deputy District Fire Controller. In charge of Country Fire Service State Wide Competition 1954-80. Actively associated with Boy Scouts Association 1943-55.
Hurford AO, Hon Christopher John (AD1993)
For service to the Australian Parliament and to Australian/American cultural and commercial relations.
Consul-General New York 1988-91, former Minister Australian Government. Instrumental in foundation Australian Society, New York 1988 making major contribution to Australian/American relations especially in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut area. Founder Australian/American Chamber of Commerce in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Rochester, Buffalo, New York. Reshaped and revived Australian presence in Boston leading to formation Business Council. Launched American/Australian Studies Foundation based in New York. Closely involved in Australian/American Law School Foundation, Inaugural Member Australian Studies Association of North America. Federal Member for Adelaide 1969-1988; Minister Community Services 1987; Immigration and Ethnic Affairs 1984-87, Housing and Construction 1983-84, Minister Assisting the Treasurer 1983-84.
Hurley AM, Dep Com Patrick Michael (QB1985)
For public service, particularly with the South Australian Police Force.
Joined South Australian Police Force in 1956, graduating as dux of the course. Served in uniform, CIB, Training, Prosecution, and Research and Development areas of the department. Received Commission as an Officer in 1972 and was appointed Assistant Commissioner in 1984. In 1975 served as a consultant to the Royal Papua New Guinea Constabulary at the time of Independence. Gave evidence to the House of Assembly Select Committee on Prostitution and is a member of Government Task Forces on Child Abuse. An active participant in his church, sporting activities, and school committees.
Hurn OAM, Mrs Ruth Hilda Harrison (QB1982)
For service to nursing.
Hurn OAM, Mr Brian Morgan (QB1999)
For service to local government through the Barossa Council, and to the community of Angaston.
Mr Hurn became the first Mayor of the Barossa Council in 1997 when the District Council of Angaston amalgamated to form the Barossa Council. Mr Hurn served as a Councillor for 19 years and Chairman for 9 years of the District Council of Angaston. Other positions held include: Chairman, Barossa Ranges Animal & Plant Control Board and Chairman, Barossa Community Services Board. Served as Executive Member, Mid North Local Government Region. Elected to Local Government Association of South Australia in 1988 and serves as Vice President; Chairman, Local Government CFS Working Party; Board Member, Local Government Superannuation Scheme; member, Local Government Association Structural Reform Consultative Group and the Competitive Tendering Review Group; Chairman, Local Government Association Roads & Transport Reference Group. Member of the Country Fire Service since 1962; Group Officer, 1982-1996 and since 1996, Deputy Group Officer of the Angaston and District Country Fire Service. Involved in cricket as a player from 1957 to 1982, represented South Australia in 31 matches. Involved with football as player and administrator for over 40 years. Serves as a member of Lions International.
Hurrell OAM, Mrs Leonora Oakley (AD1980)
For service to the community, particularly as Postmistress at Sheringa, South Australia.
Hurst AM, Em Prof Charles Angas (AD2003)
For service to science, particularly in the field of mathematical physics as an educator, researcher and administrator.
Emeritus Professor, University of Adelaide, 1988; Pro Vice-Chancellor, 1986-1988; Acting Vice-Chancellor, 1985; Chairman, Department of Mathematical Physics, 1964-1987; member, Union Council, 1960s. Vice-President, Council, Australian Academy of Science, 1984-1985; Council Member, 1983-1986; Chair, National Committee for Physics, 1979-1987; Fellow, since 1972. Fellow, Australian Institute of Physics. Founding Member, Australian Mathematical Society, 1956; Associate Journal Editor. Member, Commission C18, Mathematical Physics, International Union of Pure and Applied Physics, 1981-1987. Executive Member, International Association of Mathematical Physics, 1986-1990; involved in the successful Australian bid to hold the 12th International Congress in Mathematical Physics, 1997. Treasurer, Norwood-St Peter’s Sub-Branch, Australian Labor Party, since 1997. Treasurer, Adelaide East Parish Uniting Church, 1995-2000. Member, Council of Parkin-Wesley College, 1979-1980. Member, SA Council of Social Service, 1960-1970.
Hurst OAM, Mr Allan Jack (QB2006)
Service to golf and lawn bowls in SA as a competitor and through administrative roles.
Executive Member, South Australian Golf Association, 1994-2000; Country Councillor, 1983-2003; Member, Junior Committee. Founding Committee Member, Northern Golf Group, 1959-1983; President, 1961-1963; Secretary, 1968-1972 and 1975-1985; Life Member. Member, Crystal Brook Golf Club, since 1954; served as Club Captain and President; Life Member. Secretary, Brighton RSL Bowling Club, since 2000; served as President, 1997-2000; Committee Member; Greens Manager; Life Member. Life Member/Member, Brighton Sub-Branch, Returned and Services League of Australia; Life Member. Secretary, Parish Men's Group, St Elizabeth's Anglican Church, Oaklands Park. Captain, Emergency Fire Service, for 15 years; Life Member, 1972. Justice of the Peace, since 1968. Awards/recognition include: Australian Sports Medal, 2000. Citizen of the Year, District Council of Crystal Brook, 1982.
Husnjak OAM, Mr Mirko (QB2009)
For service as a craftsman through carpentry projects of historical significance.
Has supported many community projects by providing management expertise, highly-skilled labour, and training opportunities, for little or no remuneration. Responsible for the complete restoration of the Pichi Richi Railway carriages. Contractor responsible for the design and construction of the timberwork on 4 Victor Harbor trams, 1985-1986. Restoration of the interior of The Failie tall ship, 1988. Has undertaken restoration work for the St Kilda Tram and Train Museum. Has mentored TAFE apprentices through their employment on a number of complex projects. Operates Husnjak Joinery Pty Ltd. Involved in the construction of more than 70 fishing trawlers.
Hutchin OAM, Mrs Mary Ellen Linda (AD1991)
For service to the community.
Mrs Hutchin joined the National Council of Women as a junior member in 1929 and has been a member since, serving as Secretary, International Secretary and in other positions between 1965 and 1972. She is a Life Member of the NCW. In the years since 1929 she has been associated with and involved in many community organisations ranging from St. Philip's Church Broadview, through Girl Guides, Hillcrest Hospital, the Psychiatric Hospital Auxiliary of SA (as Vice-President), the Aboriginal Advancement League, the Victims of Crime Association, the Council On The Ageing, to the YWCA. Mrs Hutchin was also an original member of the Over 60s Education Group and escorted groups of elderly people on overseas trips on two occasions. She was also a foundation member of SA's first Senior Citizens' Week in 1980.
Hutchins OAM, Mr Hector (AD1978)
For services to Band music.
Hutchins OAM, Mr Barry Richard (QB2000)
For service to ornithology and aviculture.
Chairman, Consultative Committee for the Keeping and Trading of Native Fauna (a SA State Government and National Parks & Wildlife Service initiative), 1985-1995, and committee person for a further 3 years. Chairman in 1989 of a special National Parks Consultative Committee meeting regarding importation of birds into Australia. With permission from CSIRO and National Parks and Wildlife, SA, ran his own honorary bird banding project at Sandy Creek, 1966-1994. This was one of the longest banding projects in the state. In 1991, a checklist of bird species found in the area was published as a National Parks Centenary Project. Negotiated the purchase of a corridor of land on the border of Sandy Creek Conservation Park. Serves as a Patron of Sandy Creek Conservation Park. National Parks and Wildlife Consultative Committee: ‘Member of the Year 1995’. Member of the Adelaide Ornithologists Club Inc since 1962; has served as Secretary, Vice-President and President; liaison person from Club to the former Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union - now Birds Australia 1985-2000. Life Member and Patron of the Avicultural Society of South Australia Inc. Co-Author of "Australian Parrots: A Field and Aviary Study" (1985).
Hutchinson OAM, Mr John Williss (AD1999)
For service to the wool industry, particularly as a shearing instructor and coordinator of training.
Mr Hutchinson is a champion sheep shearer and shearing instructor who has represented Australia overseas at shearing championships and was a winner of the Australian Champion Shearer on six occasions. As a shearing instructor, he set up the requirements for a Certificate Course in Sheep Shearing conducted by the Agriculture and Horticulture Training Council of South Australia Inc. In 1998, the Council arranged for Mr Hutchinson to travel to Jordan at the request of the Jordan Badia Research and Development Council to introduce mechanical shearing to the farmers. He also coordinated and managed training for shearers under the auspices of the SA Wool Corporation and has produced videos on shearing techniques for the CES.
Hutton OAM, Mrs Audrey Kathleen (AD1987)
For service to the community.
Member, Board of Management, Le Fevre and Port Adelaide Community Hospital 1950-84. Also active with the Historical Society of Port Adelaide, Meals on Wheels, Port Adelaide Community Council and Inter-Church Council and Inner Wheel Clubs.
Hyde AO APM, Com. Malcolm Arthur (QB2008)
For service to policing and law enforcement as Commissioner of Police in South Australia, particularly through the development of improved service delivery methods, to the detection and prevention of illicit drug use and electronic crime, and through contributions to national law enforcement policies.
Commissioner Hyde was awarded the Australian Police Medal in the Australia Day 1995 Honours list. The following summarises his service and involvement since then. Commissioner of Police, South Australian Police, since 1997; re-appointed twice, current term ends 2010; Deputy Commissioner, Victoria Police, 1994-1997. Chair, Commissioners' Drugs Committee. Chair, Australian High Tech Crime Centre. Board Member, National Institute of Forensic Science Board of Control. Member, Australasian Police Professional Standards Council Board. Member, Australian and New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency Board of Management. Member, Police Senior Officers Group, Ministerial Council for Police and Emergency Management. Member, Australasian Police Ministers Council Senior Officers Group. Member, Board of Management, Australian Centre of Policing Research; former Chair. Member, Board of Management, Australian Crime Commission, since 2003. Member, Board of Management, Australian Institute of Police Management. Member, Board of Management, The National Crime Statistics Unit. Member, 2007 World Police and Fire Games Corporation. Initiator, International Police Tattoo in South Australia. Board Member, St John Ambulance Australia, SA Inc; since 2004; former Member, State Council of St John. Patron, Blue Light Inc (SA); South Australian Police Historical Society; South Australian Police Rangers; Watch SA; South Australian Police Bowling Club; South Australian Branch of the Police Scouters’ Association; South Australian Police Golf Club; South Australia Police Pistol Club; UNICIVPOL (SA) Association; and South Australian Revolver and Pistol Association Inc. Co-Patron, Australian-New Zealand Blue Light Federation. Vice-Patron, Australian Justice Administration Foundation Inc and Royal Life Saving Society Australia, SA Branch.