Jacka OAM, Mrs Patricia Joan (AD2009)
For service to local government through the Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council, and to the community through a range of organisations.
Mayor, Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council, 1995-2006; Deputy Mayor, Clare and District Council, 1991-1995; Presiding Member, Building and Planning Standing Committee, 1985-1991; Member, Works and Finance Standing Committee, Councillor, 1985-2006. Member, Council Development Assessment Panel. Chair, Friends of the Clare Town Hall Committee. Presided over and involved in the redevelopment of of the Clare Sport and Recreation Centre, inclusions of $6 million. Member, Central Local Government Region. Current Chair, ‘Wool, Wine and Wheat’, fundraising project to assist rural school leavers. President, Board of Management, Carinya Homes, 1995-2002; Secretary, 1992-1995. President, Mid-North Area Association of School Welfare Clubs, 1976-1978; Member of Delegation to attend annual conference of the Australian Council of State Schools Organisations, 1978. Co-Lobbied Members of Parliament for better funding and consideration for education, 1972. President, Clare Valley Primary School Welfare Club, during the 1970s. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, Clare and Gilbert Valleys Council, 2006. Paul Harris Fellowship, Rotary Club of Clare, 2002.
Jackson AM, Mr Norton (QB1987)
For service to the mining industry.
Managing Director, Australian Mineral Development Laboratories (AMDEL), 1978-83. Currently Director since 1983 Poseidon Ltd., Adelaide and Wallaroo Fertilisers Ltd., Aberfoyle Ltd. and Luminis (the University of Adelaide Consulting Co.). Chairman, Australian Mineral Foundation, 1985. Chairman of the Department of Science's, Scientific Industries Steering Committee since 1984. Instrumental in establishing Microsystems Pty. Ltd. In 1985, Member of the Working Party for Publicly Funded Research, for ASTEC. In 1983, Councillor of the Academy of Technical Sciences.
Jackson OAM, Mrs Mavis Edna (QB1988)
For service to the community and to local government.
Mayoress of Loxton since 1977. Chairman, Riverland Cultural Trust Bi-Centennial Women's Event since 1987, Trustee of the Trust since 1980. Chairman, Riverland Correctional Services Board since 1986. Member, Loxton Arts Council since 1969, Chairman six years. Rotary Opportunity Shop volunteer since 1977. Involved in many other community organisations.
Jackson-Nelson AC, Mrs Marjorie (QB2001)
For service to community health and to sport.
Former world sprint champion and first Australian woman to hold a world record; launched the Peter Nelson Leukaemia Research Fellowship after the tragic death of her husband from the disease in 1977; currently member of the Board. Has raised $1.4 million for Leukaemia Research since then. Funds raised are being used to sponsor a Leukaemia Laboratory in Frome Road, Adelaide and for the appointment of a second researcher of leukaemia at the Flinders Medical Centre. A full-time research fellowship has been established with the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Adelaide. Past President of the SA Division of the Australian Olympic Federation and Women's Section Manager, Australian Commonwealth Games teams 1982 and 1986; re-appointed 1990 Commonwealth Games in Auckland, NZ. Vice-Chairman, Adelaide Bid 1989 Commonwealth Games. Appointed Governor of South Australia, 2001
Jacobi AM, Mr Ralph (QB1987)
For service to the Commonwealth Parliament.
Member for the Federal electorate of Hawker, House of Repreentatives 1969-87. Member, Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence for 10 years. General Secretary, Australian Government Workers' Association. Executive Officer, United Trades and Labor Council, SA 1965-66. Executive Officer, ALP South Australia 1965-66.
Jacobs AO QC, Mr Justice Samuel Joshua (QB1982)
For service to the community.
Jacquier OAM, Mr Donald Goldberg (AD1981)
For community service.
Jadczak OAM, Mrs Wladyslawa (QB2003)
For service to the Polish community of South Australia.
Committee Secretary, Polish Broadcasting Committee in South Australia Inc; Broadcaster, 5EBI-FM. Secretary, Polish Educational Society of South Australia, 1972-1980. Voluntary Teacher, Ethnic School of the Polish Society, South Australia, 1972-1978. Member, Polish Historical Society, Adelaide (no longer in existence). Co-editor, Poles in South Australia from 1948-1968. Also works as a volunteer journalist.
Jaensch AO, Dr Dean Harold (QB2003)
For service to education and the study of Australian politics as an analyst and writer, and to the community through raising public awareness and stimulating debate about the political process.
A political commentator, particularly with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, for over 30 years. Flinders University, South Australia: appointed Professor, School of Political and International Studies in 1997, retired 2001; Reader in Politics, 1972-1997; Senior Lecturer in Politics, 1977-1981; Lecturer in Politics, 1972-1976. Adelaide University: Lecturer in Politics, 1971. Australasian Political Studies Association: President, 1987-1988; Life Member, 1985; Member of Editorial Board, 1976-1989, Member of Executive, 1976-1981; Editor of Association Journal, Politics, and other publications, 1976-1981; Member, since 1972. Has authored and co-authored 25 books, and numerous chapters and articles, particularly publications to assist with public political education. Wakefield Hospital: Member, Ethics Committee, 1990-1997. History Trust of South Australia: Deputy Chairman and Member, 1981-1986. Constitutional Museum Trust of South Australia: Acting Chairman, 1979; Member, 1978-1980. Year 12 Politics Evaluation Committee, South Australia: Member, since 1988. Senior Secondary Assessment Board: Member, Social and Cultural Curriculum Area Committee, 1984-1987. Pembroke School Council: Member and Deputy Chairman, 1976-1988; Trustee, 1984-1987.
Jaeschke OAM, Mr Kevin Victor (AD2010)
For service to soil conservation and the environment, and to the community.
Chair, Hummocks District Soil Conservation Board, 1983-1995; Board Member, from 1983 until 2005 when the Board was wound up. Founder, Hart Field Days, 1982; Chair, Hart Field Site Group Inc, 2000-2003; Board Member, for 28 years. Inaugural Chair and Founding Member, Blyth-Brinkworth Revegetation Committee, since 1994. Board Member, Greening Australia, for 21 years; Life Member. Member, Spiny Daisy Recovery Team; critically endangered species. Board Member, Foundation for Australia’s Most Endangered Species Inc. Board Member, Rotary International Australian Campaign for Rabbit Eradication. Councillor, Snowtown District Council, 1980-1991; Chair, Works Committee. Board Member, Blyth District Hospital, 1980-2002; later known as the Blyth Development Board. Secretary, St John's Lutheran Church, Condowie. Team Manager, Brinkworth-Yacka-Spalding Football Club. President, Brinkworth Liberal Party Branch. State Delegate, Liberal Party Rural Council. Past President, Brinkworth Farmers' Federation Branch. Secretary, Brinkworth School Council. Member, Rotary Club of Clare.
James OAM, Mr Kenneth Ralph (AD1985)
For service to primary industry and local government.
James OAM, Mr James (AD1984)
For service to the community.
James OAM, Miss Helen Bessie (QB2004)
For service to the community, particularly through Soroptimist International, heritage organisations and the Women's and Children's Hospital.
Soroptomist International, Eastern Districts of Adelaide Club: President, 1987-1989; Secretary, 1992-2000; Member, since 1985. Ayers Historic House (National Trust, SA): Current Member, Advisory Committee; Guide Coordinator, for over 11 years; Guide, for over 26 years. Burnside Historical Society: Member, Management Committee, for 2 years; Member, since 1991. The Abbeyfield Society, South Australian State Board (now disbanded); Board Member; Secretary, 1987-1997. Women's and Children's Hospital, Adelaide (formerly Adelaide Children's Hospital): Director of Nursing, 1971-1986; Member, Heritage and History Committee. Awards include: Advance Australia Award, for her contribution to nursing, 1987.
James OAM, Mrs Lilian Pearl (QB2005)
For service to the community through the preservation and teaching of the Cornish language.
Secretary and Committee Member, Cornish Association of South Australia, for many years; Editor, Quarterly Newsletter, for many years. Organiser, Cornish Language Correspondence Course, since 1991; has taught, through correspondence, 50 students in New Zealand and Australia; 5 students have achieved the highest levels of proficiency in the Cornish language. Bard, Gorsedd of the Bards of Cornwall, 1988. Author of 5 children's books in Cornish, published by Cornish Language Board. Conducted Cornish language workshops throughout Australia.
James OAM, Assoc Prof Norman McIlrath (QB2008)
For service to medicine in the discipline of psychiatry through the development and delivery of mental health services, to professional organisations, and to the community.
Chair, Statewide Mental Health Clinical Network, South Australia, since 2007. Strategic Medical Director, Glenside Campus, Central Northern Adelaide Health Service, since 2002. Director of Clinical Services, Glenside Psychiatric Hospital, since 2002. Chief Psychiatrist, Department of Human Services (Vic), 1998-2002; Deputy Chief Psychiatrist, 1995-1998. Surveyor, Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, 1984-2002. Clinical Director, Royal Park Psychiatric Hospital, 1992-1998. Director, Hillcrest Psychiatric Hospital, 1980s. Director, Medical Recruitment and Retention, North Western Mental Health. President, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists (RANZCP), 1991-1993; General Council Member, 1989-1995; Honorary Treasurer, 1986-1987; Fellow, since 1971; Chair, Professional Conduct Committee, 1998-2004; Member, Finance Committee, Professional Conduct Committee and the Committee for Training, 1993-2000. Member, Australian Refugee Association. Awards include: 10 Years’ Survey Award, Australian Council on Healthcare Standards, 1995.
Jamieson OAM, Mr Eric Clifford (QB1985)
For service to the community.
Active in various local community organisations for many years. Involved with, amongst others, the following: Gumeracha Branch of RSL since 1946, President since 1962; Assistant Returning Officer, Federal and State Electoral departments 1949-81; Member, Gumeracha Agricultural Bureau since 1951, Vice-President from 1982; Secretary, Forreston Community Centre, 1956-81; Member, Gumeracha Hospital Board 22 years.
Jamieson AM, Prof Glyn Garfield (QB2009)
For service to medicine through the advancement of gastrointestinal surgical techniques, education, research and professional organisations.
Head, Department of Surgery, University of Adelaide, since 1982; Dorothy Mortlock Chair of Surgery, since 1982; Senior Lecturer, 1974-1981; Senior Visiting Surgeon, Royal Adelaide Hospital, since 1974. Author of 7 books including Surgery of the Oesophagus, 1989; Author and Co-Author of over 250 journal publications; contributor to 62 books. Has received 53 research grants totalling more than $6.2 million. Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Clive and Vera Ramaciotti Foundation, since 2000. Chairman, Board of Surgical Research, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1996-2002; Member of Council, 1996-2002; Chairman, 'Project China', 1997-2001; Senior Examiner, General Surgery, 1993-1995; Examiner, General Surgery, 1987-1993; Coordinator of Supervisors of Surgical Training (South Australia), 1988-1994; Board Member, General Surgery, 1988-1994; Member, State Committee, 1980-1988. Member, Medical Advisory Committee, Australian Cancer Foundation for Medical Research, 1987-1996. Member, Advisory Committee, Royal Adelaide Hospital, 1981-1993; Member, Medical Appointments Committee, 1975-1990, Member, Course Management Committee, 1976-1982; Member, Medical Student Review Committee, 1976-1979. External Assessor (Honorary), National Health and Medical Research Council, 1981-1994. Member, Executive Surgical Research Society of Australasia, 1984-1990. Medical Consultant, Australian Department of Health for the Evaluation of New Drugs, 1974-1980. Selected Visiting Professorships and Lectureships include: Visiting Professor, University of California, San Francisco, USA, 2000. Litchfield Lecturer, Oxford University, England, 1999. Visiting Professor, University of Calgary, Canada, 1998. British Journal of Surgery Travelling Professor, Scotland, 1988. 67th Annual Congress of the Japan Surgical Association, Tokyo, Japan, 2005. First Guangzhou International Oncology Symposium, China, 2002. South African Gastroenterology Society Congress, Durban, South Africa, 2001. Jepson Lecture: Surgical Research Society of Australasia, Perth, 2005. Quincentenary Congress of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Scotland, 2004. Jean-Louis Lortat-Jacob Lecture, Rennes, France, 2000. Lucknow Oration, Pondicherry, India, 1999. Faculty Member, Post-Graduate Course, University of Southern California, Hawaii, USA, 1998. Faculty Member, Post-Graduate Course, University of Glasgow, Scotland, 1994. Board Member, Chirurgische Gastroenterologie mit Interdisziplinaren Gesprachen', since 1992. Board Member, Australia and New Zealand Journal of Surgery, since 1986. Board Member, Diseases of the Oesophagus, since 1987; and Asian Journal of Surgery, since 1989. Board Member, British Journal of Surgery, 1986-1991; and Clinical Surgery International, 1991-1996. Chairman, Editorial Board, Australia and New Zealand Journal of Surgery, 1998-2002. Co-Editor, Gullet An International Journal of Oesophageal Disease, 1989-1994. Awards/recognition include: Honorary Professor of Surgery, Tumour Hospital and Cancer Centre, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, China, 2008. Royal Australasian College of Surgeons Research Award, 2007. Co-Chair, 10th World Congress, The International Society for Diseases of the Esophagus, 2006, Honorary Fellow, American Surgical Association, 2001. Diplome de Docteur Honoris Causa, Université de Rennes, France, 2000. Officer du Ordre de Merite, France, 1998. John Mitchell Crouch Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, 1994.
Jamieson OAM AFSM, Mr William Brame (QB2013)
For service to the surf lifesaving movement.
Board Member, Surf Life Saving Australia, since 2002. President, Surf Life Saving South Australia (SLSSA), 2002-2011; Member, Meritorious Awards Committee, 2002-2005; Organiser, SLSSA Facilities Management Group. Instrumental in the establishment of the Mid Coast Group of Clubs; actively involved in fundraising. President, Christies Beach Surf Life Saving Club, for 5 years: Club delegate to State Council, for 5 years; Board and Ski Captain, for 12 years; Club Captain, for 2 years; actively involved in the rebuilding of the Club. Councillor, City of Onkaparinga, since 1997; Committee involvement includes Planning Policy, 2009-2011; Planning and Heritage, 2007-2008; Policy, 2006; Commercial Enterprises Policy Operations Corporate Review, 2004; Policy Operations Corporate Review, 2003; Commercial Enterprises Policy Operations Corporate Review, 2002; Policy Operations Corporate Review, 2001; Operations, 2000; and Policy Operations, 1997-1999. Firefighter, United Firefighters South Australia, 1994-2009. Board Member, South Australia Metropolitan Fire Service Superannuation Board, 1994-2009. Awards/recognition include: Australian Fire Service Medal, 2003.
Jamrozik AM, Dr Adam Wladyslaw (AD2008)
For service to sociology as an educator, researcher and author, particularly through contributions to social policy in Australia.
Current Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social Work and Social Policy, University of South Australia. Lecturer and Honours Supervisor, Sociology Department, Flinders University, for 10 years. Undergraduate teacher and social worker, South Australian Institute of Technology. Deputy Director, Social Welfare Research Centre, University of New South Wales, from 1981. Founder, School of Social Work, Tasmanian Institute of Technology (now part of the University of Tasmania), 1973; Teacher, for several years. Has authored a range of works on sociology and social policy including: The Chains of Social Inheritance: Searching for Identity in a Subservient Nation. The Sociology of Social Problems: Theoretical Perspectives and Methods of Intervention, (co-author). How Australians Live: Social Policy in Theory and Practice, (co-author). Social Policy in the Post-Welfare State: Australian Society in the 21st Century, 2005.
Jarman OAM, Mr Barrington Noel (QB1997)
For service to sport as a cricket player, coach and international cricket referee and to horse racing in South Australia.
Appointed to the International Cricket Council as a Match Referee in 1994. Commenced coaching A Grade cricket for the South Australian Cricket Association in 1973. Also coached cricket players who were blind and deaf. Was a member of the Woodville District Cricket Club Management Committee and assisted against England which was played at Leeds in 1968 and was Tour Vice-Captain. Toured with the Australian team (as wicketkeeper in 1957) to New Zealand and as a member of the teams which toured India, Pakistan, South Africa, United Kingdom and West Indies. Served as a member of the South Australian Bookmakers' Licensing Board, member of the Strathalbyn Racing Club and the South Australian Jockey Club. Served on the Jockey Club's Sponsorship and Marketing Sub-Committee.
Jarver OAM, Mr Lembit Jess (QB1993)
For service to athletics as a coach, administrator, commentator and writer.
Senior Level Field Officer with the National Fitness Council for 30 years. Has coached athletes to Olympic level and to National standard over 18 years. Commentator and writer for sports periodicals. Has written and edited, track and field and fitness and training books as well as being editor of "Modern Athlete and Coach" for 30 years. President of the SA Track and Field Coaches' Association eight years. President of the Australian Track and Field Coaches Association 10 years. Involved in development of SA Sports Institute and currently involved as consultant. Admitted to Sports Hall of Fame.
Jarvis AM, Mr James Bickford (QB1988)
For service to local government and the community.
Lord Mayor of Adelaide 1985-87; Councillor since 1975; elected Alderman 1980; Acting Lord Mayor 1982; Deputy Lord Mayor 1982-83. Chairman, Legislation, Properties and General Committee 1976-81; Finance and Budgets Committee 1981-82; Planning Approvals Committee 1982-83. Also served as President, Council of the SA School of Art; Vice-President, Torrens College of Arts and Education; Member, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Advisory Committee and Member, Board of Governors of the Adelaide Festival of Arts. Currently Board Member, SA Film Corporation and Council Member, Australian Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Foundation.
Jarvis AM, Mrs Levaun Mary (QB1990)
For service to the community.
Chairman, Lady Mayoress Charitable Fund 1985-87 with continuous involvement for 14 years. Foundation President, Adelaide Symphony Orchestra 1988; Foundation President, Friends of the Adelaide Chamber Orchestra 1982-1987 and member, Board 1983-87; Member, Management Committee Abbeyfield Society since 1987; Member of the Council and Convenor of Badge Day, Australian Red Cross Society, SA Division since 1987; Member, Management Committee, Citizens Advice Bureau, SA since 1987; Member, SPELD Foundation since 1988; President, SA Committee UNICEF since 1987; Member, Adelaide City Council City Committee - Himeji (Japan) 1987-89; Member, Board, Levi Park Trust 1981-86; Council member, Royal District and Bush Nursing Society of SA (Inc.) 1979-89.
Jarvis AM, Mr Timothy John (AD2010)
For service to conservation and the environment, particularly through advisory roles to developing countries regarding land sustainability and resource management, as an explorer, and to the community.
Project Manager, National Environmental Management Systems Pilot Program, Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, 2002-2006. Project Manager, Murray-Darling Basin Commission’s Environmental Stewardship Program, 2001-2005. National Councillor, Australian Conservation Foundation, 2002-2004. Environmental consultant, URS Australia, since 2001; working for improved environmental sustainability outcomes in Australian agriculture. Environmental adviser to Tetepare Descendants Association (the management and protection of Tetepare island as a conservation area), Solomon Islands, since 2004. Served as an environmental adviser to various international organisations under the auspices of AusAID, including: Southern Philippines Road Management Project, 2008-2009. Sri Lanka-Australia Natural Resource Management Program, since 2005. Quang Ngai Rural Development Program, Vietnam, since 2002. Undertook several unsupported journeys to the South Pole 1999 (world record unsupported journey), North Pole 2002, across Spitsbergen Island 1996, and Great Victoria Desert 2001; completed the first unsupported traverse of Warburton River and Lake Eyre 2004. Donated funds raised by 1999 Antarctic expedition to New Children’s Hospital at Westmead. Completed the first complete bicycle traverse of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, Mexico, in 1995. Retraced Douglas Mawson’s Polar Journey made famous in Mawson’s book Home of the Blizzard, 1999; world record unsupported journey. Ambassador, Leukaemia Foundation. Member, PLAN (child welfare group); Ambassador for PLAN Corporate Challenge. Member, Strategy Committee, Smith Family (SA); provides fundraising advice and funds from speaking engagements. Author, The Unforgiving Minute, 2005; publisher Random House. Author, Life and Death in Antarctica, 2008; publisher Miegunyah Press, Melbourne University. Fellow, Royal Geographic Society. World Fellow, Explorers Club, Yale UK, 2009. Awards/recognition include: Spirit of Adventure Medal, Australian Geographic Society, 2004.
Jeeves OAM, Mr Arthur George (QB2013)
For service to the community through the preservation of local history and historical sites.
President, The Charles Sturt Memorial Museum Trust; Past Secretary and Treasurer. Committee Member, Henley and Grange Historical Society, since 1990. Councillor, Henley and Grange Council, 1989-1995. State Secretary, Royal Australia Air Force Association, SA Division, since 2006.
Jefferies AM, Mr Brian Crossley (QB1988)
For service to primary industry.
Sheep and wool consultant. Involved in the development of a new breed of sheep called "Cormo" which grow fine wool and are adapted to tolerate a climate of high rainfall and cold conditions. Has previously worked for the Victorian and SA Department of Agriculture. Has worked in South America modifying coarse wool types and breeding sheep. Adviser to foreign buyers on suitable types of Australian wool.
Jeffries OAM, Mr Dean James (QB2003)
For service to the community, particularly through the Payneham City Concert Band.
Musical Director, Payneham City Concert Band, since 1984. Musical Director, Annual Carol Concert Carols in Payneham, City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters, since 1992. Member, St Peters Municipal Band (now Payneham City Concert Band), since 1964. Musical Director, St Peters Municipal Band, 1964-1979. Deputy Musical Director, South Australian Police Band, 1971-1978. Musician and Member of South Australian Police Band, 1958-1978. Deputy Conductor, Brighton Brass Band; Member, Glenelg Citizens Band; Member, 10th Battalion CMF Band; all prior to 1958.
Jeffriess AM, Mr Brian Charles (AD2012)
For service to the fishing and aquaculture industries as a contributor to the sustainable management and harvesting of Australian fisheries and through national and international professional associations.
Chief Executive Officer, Australian Southern Bluefin Tuna Industry Association, since 1988. Member, Southern Bluefin Tuna Research Council, since 1998. Deputy Chair, Australian Fisheries Management Authority, 2001-2008. Deputy Chair, Australian Fisheries Academy; Director, since 1996. Board Member, National Aquaculture Council, since 2008. Member, Aquaculture Advisory Council, South Australia, since 2000. Member, National Aquatic Animal Health Industry Reference Group, 1998-2008. Member, Quarantine and Export Advisory Council, 1998-2006. Chair, Australian Seafood Industry Council, 1988-1998. Executive Director, South Australian Fishing Industry Council, 1986-1988. Awards/recognition include: Australian Seafood Industry Council Seafood Industry Icon Award, 2003.
Jeisman OAM, Mrs Eleanor Adelaide Elizabeth (QB1979)
For service to handicapped children, particularly in the teaching of the deaf.
Jenkins OAM, Mr Mervyn Norman John (QB1988)
For service to people with physical disabilities.
Self employed making driving aids for people with physical disabilities since 1960. Producer of walking frames, lifting frames, dual controls for driving schools and motor vehicle conversions.
Jenkins OAM, Mr John Laurie (QB1991)
For service to the community.
President, Apsley Fire Brigade 1978-89, Captain 1969-78, Treasurer 1963-69 and Apsley Group Officer 1974-80. Glenhope District Memorial Hospital Management Committee since 1966; President 1970-76, Treasurer, Finance Committee. Delegate to District Health Council. Closely associated with development of Edenhope Nursing Home and Day Care Centre and Barkala Flats for the elderly in Edenhope. Councillor, Shire of Kowree and a member, Lowree Water Board 1976-89.
Jenkins OAM, Mr Evan John (AD1978)
For services to local govenment and to the community.
Jenkins AO, Mr Kenneth Thomas (QB1981)
For service to the disabled.
Jenkins OAM, Mr Ronald Arthur (QB1994)
For service to cycling.
Mr Jenkins has been involved with professional cycling as a competitor and administrator for many years. As a member of Norwood Professional Cycling Club he competed in road and track events in the 1930s and 1940s. He has served on the Executive Committee of the Norwood Club and the League of SA Wheelmen. Former Secretary of the Veterans' Ladies Cycle Club, Newsletter Editor 10 years, Club Person of the Year on three occasions. He organises raffles, trading tables and social events for the Club. Life Member of Norwood Pro Cycling Club, Veteran and Ladies' Cycle Club Inc, SA League of Wheelmen and Ascot Park Golf Club.
Jenkins OAM, Mr Leith Colwill (QB2009)
For service to the rural community of Riverton, and to the Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society of South Australia.
Deputy Chairman, District Council of Riverton, 1981-1993; Councillor, 1978-1997. Representative to the Mid-North Waste Management Authority, 1983-1997; Chairman, 1992-1997. Council Representative, Riverton Hospital Board, 1979-1993; Member, House Committee Executive, for 10 years; Member, Ambulance Board, for 20 years; Chairman, for 10 years. Chairman, Riverton District/Saddleworth/Auburn Council, for one year. Chair Recreation Ground Committee, for 3 years; Member, for 10 years. Chair, Rhynie Tennis Club; Captain, for several years; Committee Member, for 10 years; Member, 1954-1973. Member, Riverton Lawn Tennis Club, since 1973; assisted in Easter tournaments, 1970-1986. Chairman, Riverton Saddleworth Marrabel Union Football Club, for 2 years; Treasurer, for 5 years; player 1955-1978; Member, Association Player Tribunal Committee; Umpire, Junior League, for 12 years; Life Member, 1977. Chairman, Barossa Light Gawler Football League Tribunal, for 7 years; Tribunal Commissioner, 1980-1998; Life Member, 1995. Councillor, Royal Agricultural and Horticultural Society (SA), since 1975; Coordinator, Royal Adelaide Show Farmyard Nursery, 1976-2005; Chairman, Pigeon and Poultry Committee, since 1995; Deputy Chairman, 1991-1995; Member, Executive Committee, since 1996.
Jenkinson AM, Mr John Frederick (AD1990)
For service to children with physical disabilities.
President, The Crippled Children's Association of SA Incorporated since 1984; Chairman, Finance Committee 1976-84; member 1968-72; Board member 1972. President and Chairman of the Board, Legacy Club of Adelaide 1954; Board member 1950-62 and rejoined 1971; joined club 1948; served on various Board Committees including Chairman, Legacy Properties Committee; Chairman, Membership Committee; member of the Committees on Housing, Advisers, Public Relations and Group Liaison.
Jennings OAM, Mr John Percival (QB2004)
For service to the community of Loxton Waikerie through a range of cultural, service, sporting and civic organisations, and to primary industry.
Chair, Waikerie Community Arts Centre, 1999-2001; Member, 1994-2003. Member, Waikerie Beyond 2000, Waikerie Arts Centre Committee, 1994-2003. Foundation Chair, Federation Interpretive Park Committee, 2003. Member, Waikerie Hospital and Health Services Board of Management (formerly Waikerie District Hospital), 1984-2003; Deputy Chair, 1991-1992. Councillor, District Council of Waikerie (now District Council of Loxton Waikerie), 1983-1991 and 1992-1997. Also provided assistance to a range of community and service organisations such as St John Ambulance Australia, Probus, Waikerie Amateur Swimming Club (Life Member), Waikeri Progress Association, Waikerie Caravan Park Committee, Agricultural Bureau (Life Member), the Waikerie Uniting Church, and local aged care homes. Secretary and Manager, SA Citrus Improvement Society; Member, for over 40 years. Secretary, SA Avocado Growers Association. Member, Golden Heights Irrigation Area Board of Management, for over 40 years. Member, River Murray Water Resources Advisory Committee. Member, Loxton Waikerie Animal and Plant Control Board, 1993-2003. Senior Horticultural Adviser, Department of Agriculture, SA, until retirement in 1982. Awards include: Riverland Citizen of the Year, 1980. Mr Jennings died on 16 December 2003.
Jennison AM, Mr Raymond Barraclough (QB1984)
For service to local government and to the community.
Jericho OAM, Mr Samuel Gilbert (AD1989)
For service to conservation.
First Chairman, Eyre Peninsula National Parks Consultative Committee 1982. Winner, Jubilee 150 Soil Conservation Competition in the Machinery Innovation Competition. President, Eastern Eyre Peninsula Society for Growing Native Plants 1973-74. Past Secretary, Eyre Peninsula Group of the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia.
Jervis OAM, Mr Robert Vincent (QB1985)
For service to journalism.
Journalist with "The Advertiser" since 1945. Cadet Counsellor with the newspaper since 1969. Former committee member and Vice-President of South Australian Branch of Australian Journalists Association; currently member of Judiciary Appeal Committee. Awarded Gold Honour Badge in 1982 by Federal Council of AJA for meritorious service.
Jiranek OAM, Mrs Anna (QB2009)
For service to the Czechoslovak Club in South Australia.
Social Coordinator, Czechoslovak Club South Australia, since 1988; organising events for Czechoslovakian and Australian national days, festive and religious celebrations, and lessons in traditional arts and crafts. Also stages plays and musical performances.
Jiranek OAM, Mr Zdenek Josef (QB2009)
For service to the Czechoslovak Club in South Australia.
President, Czechoslovak Club in South Australia, since 1988; Vice-President, 1986-1988. Restaurant Manager, for many years.
Joel OAM BEM, Mr John William George (QB1983)
For service to the community.
Johinke AO, Mr Albert Keith (QB1984)
For public service, particularly in the field of public transport.
Johncock OAM, Mrs Evelyn Gertrude (QB2004)
For service to the Indigenous community of Port Lincoln, particularly through women's, youth and sporting groups.
Board Member, Port Lincoln Aboriginal Organisation. Member, Port Lincoln Aboriginal Women's Group. Board Member, Port Lincoln Aboriginal Elders Committee that addresses program services catering to well-being of the elders. Volunteer on youth camps and excursions, as a cook, for over 15 years. Board Member, Australian Rules Football Mallee Park Football Club; foundation member.
Johns OAM, Mr Colin Raymond (QB1992)
For service to the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.
National President Pharmacy Guild of Australia since 1990, National Vice-President 1982-90; Chairman, Health Economics Committee 1986-89, National Management Division 1982-84, Constitution and Rules Working Party 1984-86; National Vice-President Finance 1984-86; Chairman, Guild Properties Company Ltd 1984-86, Australian Institute of Pharmacy Management Ltd 1984-91; SA Branch President 1982-90. Vice-President Pharmacy Board SA 1989-90. Board member, Chairman Finance Committee, Chairman Clinical Priorities Review Committee, Flinders Medical Centre 1983-86. Other commitments.
Johns OAM, Miss Louanne (QB2007)
For service to the community through Camp Quality South Australia.
Has been involved with Camp Quality, South Australia for 16 years; Companion, to children living with cancer; Camp Leader, to family camp and adventure camp; fundraiser, raising over $100,000 for Camp Quality; Volunteer Liaison, to assist new companions into their role; assists in recruitment and training of new volunteers.
Johns OAM, Mr Robert Keith (AD2009)
For service to the mineral resources and energy sector in South Australia through a range of research and administrative roles.
Director General, Department of Mines and Energy, South Australia (formerly termed the Geological Survey of South Australia), 1983-1992; Deputy Director, 1973. Director, South Australian Oil and Gas Corporation. Board Member, Pipeline Authority of South Australia. Deputy Chairman, Uranium Advisory Committee. Member, South Australian Water Resources Council. Member, South Australian Energy Council. Member, South Australian Energy Planning Executive. Member, State Energy Research Advisory Committee. Member, Advisory Committee on Future Electricity Generating Options. Member, Steering Committee to Review Energy Planning Processes. Member, Future Energy Action Committee and Energy Planning Executive. Member, Coalfield Selection Committee. Member, Natural Gas Task Force. Member, Standing Committee of Officials for the Australian and New Zealand Minerals and Energy Council. Deputy Government Geologist, 1973. Geologist, Geological Survey of South Australia, 1948-1972. Foundation Member, Geological Society of Australia; Committee Member, South Australian Division, for one term. Chairman, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Adelaide Branch, 1975; Secretary, Adelaide Branch, 1969-1973; Member, since 1949. Fellow, Royal Society of South Australia, 1950; served on the Council, for 2 years; Member, for over 50 years. Former Member, Australian Institute of Petroleum. Former Member, Australian Institute of Energy. Former Member, Petroleum Exploration Society of Australia. Promoter, Australian Mining Heritage. Publications include: Economic Geology of Australia and Papua New Guinea, 1975. History and Role of Government Geological Surveys in Australia, 1976. Opal in South Australia, 1982. Cornish Mining Heritage, 1986. Mineral Resources of the Adelaide Geosyncline, 1988. Mineral Exploration and Development in South Australia, 1836-1991, 1991. The Training of a Geologist in the mid-1940s, 2000. Development of the South Australian Mineral Industry, 1901-2001, 2001. Recognition of Mining Heritage in South Australia, 2002. A Mirage in the Desert? Discovery, evaluation, and development of the Olympic Dam ore body, Roxby Downs, 2003. Uranium in South Australia-politics and reality, 2005. The Cornish at Burra, 2006. Awards include: Sir Joseph Verco Medal, for his contributions to published work on the geology and mining heritage of South Australia, 1987.
Johnson AM, Mrs Hilary Alison Downing (AD1984)
For service to the welfare of handicapped children.
Johnson AM, Mr Gordon Douglas (QB1978)
For services to local government.
Johnson OAM, Mr Clarence Frank (AD1980)
For service to local government and to the community.
Johnson AM, The Rev William Courtney Saunders (AD1978)
For services to religion and to the community.
Johnson OAM, Mr George Eric (QB1993)
For service to tennis administration.
Sponsor of the Eric Johnson Cup since 1962. Mr. Johnson has served as President of the Western United Tennis Association. He was a member of two Davis Cup Match Committees and a member of the South Australian Championships Committee for many years.
Johnson AM, Mr Ronald Ross (AD1977)
For services to industry.
Johnson OAM, Mr Maurice David (AD2006)
For service to local government and to the community of the Yorke Peninsula.
Deputy Chairman, District Council of Yorketown, 1991-1997; Councillor, 1978-1997; representative to the Coobowie Progress Association. President, Coobowie Progress Association, since 1999; Committee Member, since 1997. Current President, Edithburgh RSL and Bowling Club, 1974 and 2002-2003; Secretary, 1971-1973 and 1981-1986; Committee Member and Selector, since 1970; Life Member, 1995. Secretary, Southern Eagles Football Club, 1993-1997. President, Edithburgh Football Club, 1986-1989; Secretary, 1992-1993; Committee Member, 1955-1993; Life Member; Delegate to Southern Yorke Peninsula Football League. Secretary, Manse Trust, Yorketown Uniting Church, since 1974; Church Elder, 1984-1994. President, Yorketown Lions Club, 1979; Member, 1974-1997. Secretary, Edithburgh/Yorketown Branch, Australian Liberal Party. Member, Woolclassers' Association of Australia, for 40 years. President, Agricultural Bureau, Southern Yorke Peninsula, for 2 years; Committee Member, for 25 years; Life Member, 1982. President, Weavers Agricultural Bureau, 1979-1980. Chairman, Yorketown Area School Committee, 1977-1980; Member, 1968-1980. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, 1997.
Johnson AM, Prof Alan Murray (QB2006)
Service to science in the field of molecular parasitology, to scientific research and education and as editor-in-chief of the International Journal for Parasitology.
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Adelaide, since February 2006. Executive Director, Biological Sciences and Biotechnology, Australian Research Council, 2003-early 2006; Member, Expert Advisory Committee, 2002-2006. Director, Molecular Parasitology Unit, University of Technology, Sydney, 1997-2001; Head, School of Biological and Biomedical Science, 1994; Professor of Microbiology, from 1992; Chair, Academic Board, 1999-2003; Chair, Board of Studies, Institute of International Studies, 1997-1999. Chief Hospital Scientist, Flinders Medical Centre, 1976-1991. Senior Lecturer, Flinders University, 1976-1991. Chair, Toxoplasmosis Vaccine Development and Technology Working Group, World Health Organisation, 1990-1996. Council Member, World Federation of Parasitologists, since 1998. Member, International Commission on Protozoology, 1994-1998. Project Grant Assessor, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1985-2003. Member, Australian Council for Traditional Chinese Medicine Education, 1994-1997. Editor-in-Chief, International Journal for Parasitology, the official journal of the Australian Society for Parasitology, 1997-2003; Council Member, under his editorial guidance, the Journal became the most frequently cited parasitology research journal in the world from its previous ranking of seventh. Scientific Editor, Australian Biologist, 1996-1998. Awards/recognition include: ‘Ehrenmitglied’ recipient, German Society for Parasitology, 1999. Bancroft-Makerras Medal, Australian Society for Parasitology, 1989. Fellow, Australian Society of Microbiologists, 1989. Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1985.
Johnson OAM, Mrs Patricia Mary (QB2011)
For service to veterans and their families through the Central Council of Women’s Auxiliaries of the South Australian Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Councillor, Central Council of Women’s Auxiliaries, South Australian Returned and Services League of Australia, since 1998; State Secretary. Executive Member, Keswick and Richmond Sub-Branch Women's Auxiliary, since 1980s; President, for many years; Secretary, for many years; Life Member, 1998; volunteer, since 1956; Treasurer, Pensioners bowls competition. Residents representative, City of West Torrens St Martin’s Management Committee, since 2007; aged care facility. Awards/recognition include: Certificate of Merit and Gold Badge, Returned and Services League of Australia, 2000.
Johnson OAM, Ms Felicity Jane (AD2014)
For service to sport as a gold medallist at the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
Gold Medallist and Paralympics Champion, Cycling, London 2012 Paralympics Games. Silver Medallist, Beijing 2008 Paralympics Games. Represented Australia, Para-Cycling Track World Championships, 2007, 2011 and 2012. Member, Paralympics Education Program, Australian Paralympic Committee, ongoing. Gymnastics Coach, Blind Sports and South Australian School for Vision Impaired, since 2011. Other awards/recognition include: Elite Female Paracyclist of the Year, Cycling Australia, 2012. Female Athlete with a Disability, South Australian Sports Institute, 2012. Sports Person of the Year, South Australia Blind Athletes Club, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Ambassador, South Australian Premier's Be Active Challenge, ongoing; Bee Safe on Bikes, Department for Education and Child Development, ongoing; and Gear Up Girls, Bicycle South Australia, since 2009.
Johnsson OAM, Mr Douglas (QB1999)
For service to the community of Kangaroo Island, particularly through the development of the tourist industry.
A pioneer in the sheep dairy industry in South Australia, Mr Johnsson established “Island Pure”, a sheep milking and cheese factory in 1992. In 1995, a tourist complex was added to the Island Pure dairy. In 1995 and 1996, 7,026 people visited the tourist complex, and, in 1997, 10,819 people visited. Foundation Member, Kangaroo Island (Economic) Development Board for several years from 1993; Foundation Chairman, Kangaroo Island Export Abattoir Board and involved in its establishment. Served as a Councillor, Kingscote District Council, 1987-1991. Named Kingscote Citizen of the Year in 1990.
Johnsson OAM, Mrs Roslyn Eva (QB1999)
For service to the community of Kangaroo Island, particularly through the arts and in promoting the work of local artists.
Mrs Johnsson who has been painting for most of her life is committed to promoting the work of other local artists. She served as Secretary of the Kingscote Branch of the Arts Council of South Australia for several years. Joined as a Foundation Member of the Kangaroo Island Art Society in 1988; appointed Treasurer and has held this position since that time; President, currently and from 1992 to 1994. The Society was formed to promote arts and crafts on Kangaroo Island to locals and tourists alike and to encourage the work of younger people. Mrs Johnsson helped establish the Kangaroo Island Art Gallery in 1988 (which is run on a voluntary basis). She also organises art and craft workshops and competitions. In 1996, she designed a new logo for Kangaroo Island Council. Mrs Johnsson donates her paintings to various organisations to help them with their fundraising.
Johnston AO QC, Ass Prof Elliott Frank (AD1994)
For service to the law, legal education and to the community.
A national leader in several fields including industrial advocacy and rights of underprivileged people. Justice of the Supreme Court of South Australia 1983-88. Since his retirement, Mr Johnston has been an active advocate for the Aboriginal people. Commissioner, Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody 1989-91. Instrumental in the formation of the Aboriginal Legal Rights Movement, and inaugural President. Throughout his legal career Mr Johnston was an effective and energetic advocate for disadvantaged people. Since 1991, he has made a very significant contribution to legal education as Associate Professor, Law School Flinders University, and has been prominent in course design and policy development. Part-time Purchasing Complaints Commissioner, Commonwealth Department of Administrative Services.
Johnston AM, Col Peter Thomas (AD1982)
For service to the Australian Army in the field of Joint Service Planning.
Johnston OAM, Mrs Kathleen Terese (AD2004)
For service to the community through training programs to enhance the delivery of services provided by Justices of the Peace.
Royal Association of Justices of South Australia Inc: President, 1995-1999; Vice President, 1993-1995; Member, State Council, since 1985; State Delegate to the Australian Council of Justices Association; Member, since 1975. Adelaide Magistrates Court, Port Adelaide Court and Christies Beach Court: Chairman sitting on the bench, from 1988. South Australian Department for Correctional Services: Visiting Inspector for state prisons, approximately 14 years. Other community service includes: Colonel Light Gardens Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia: Committee Member, 1999-2001; Current Member. Drug Arm South Australia: Involved in Street Outreach. Neighbourhood Watch: Area Coordinator.
Johnston OAM, Ms Robyn (AD2004)
For service to nursing as a practitioner and administrator, and to the establishment of the Day Surgery Unit of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Clinical Nurse Manager Day Surgery Unit, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, since 1992; Nurse Coordinator Operating Theatre Nursing Course, 1990-1992. Lieutenant Colonel (Inactive Army Reserve), Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps; Senior Operating Room Nurse (enlisted 1980, inactive since 1996). Member, Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps Association (SA Branch disbanded 1998). Fellow, Royal College of Nursing Australia, since 1988. Operating Theatre Supervisor, Hutt Street Hospital, 1982-1987. Operating Theatre Supervisor, Wakefield Memorial Hospital Adelaide (between 1982-1987). Operating Room Nurse, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 1975-1982.
Johnston OAM, Mr Steven Norman (AD2004)
For service to the community, particularly residents and travellers in remote locations, through the Australian National Four Wheel Drive Radio Network.
Chairman, Australian National 4 Wheel Drive Radio Network, since 1995; involved in its establishment, 1993. Board Member, Tread Lightly! Australia, since 1996. Author of ‘Outback Radio Communications Users Guide’, 1995.
Johnston OAM, Dr Olive (QB2008)
For service to medicine, particularly in the area of maternal and child health, and to the community through Soroptimist International.
Sector Director, Child Adolescent and Family Health Service, 1980-1982. Associate Senior Practitioner, Adelaide Children's Hospital, 1969-1982. Senior Health Medical Officer, in charge of pre-school health, 1976-1980. Senior Medical Officer, Torrens House Mothercraft Hospital, 1966-1975. President, South Australian Medical Women's Society, 1975-1976; Group Convenor, 1993; Member, from 1966 until 2004 when the Society disbanded; Editor, The Hands of a Woman, history of the Society, 1994. Member, Mother and Babies Health Association, ca1966-1975; Deputy Medical Director, 1974-1975. Founding Member, Steering Committee, Family Planning Association of South Australia, 1969-1973; Council Chairman, 1974-1978; served with the Association until 1983; Life Member, 1985. Established the School Health Screening Program for 4 year olds; undertook research into the problems of poorly coordinated children and published papers on findings, 1981-1990. Presenter, weekly television program for parents on child rearing, 1967-1968. Member, Soroptimist International South Australia, for 38 years; Life Member, 1990; held office at local and state level; involved until recently; published autobiography, 2006; proceeds of which are donated to Soroptimist International overseas aid projects for women. Member of a number of organisations, including Zero Population Growth (now Sustainable Population Australia) and Medical Association for the Prevention of War, since 1983. Presenter, music program on Community Radio 5UV and 5MBS, 1986-2008. Reiki healer, Fullarton Park Community Centre, 1993-2008. Volunteer, Parkside Primary School, 2003-2008.
Johnstone OAM, Mr Christopher Milton (QB2013)
For service to the community of the Whyalla region.
Volunteer Lifeline Australia, for 23 years; Board Member, Lifeline Country to Coast SA, 1992-2004; Telephone Counsellor, for 4 years. Donor, Whyalla Mount Laura Historical Society, 2008. Justice of the Peace. Vice-Chair, Barossa and Districts Justices Group, 2009; active Member, since 2003. Member, State Council, Royal Association of Justices of SA, 2012. Vice-President, Comets Softball Club, 1979-1982; Coach, 1968-1979; Life Member, 1979. Member, Whyalla Women's Softball Association, 1968; Life Member, 1979. Awards/recognition include: Golden Wattle Award, Lifeline Australia, 2010.
Jolly OAM, Mrs Lorna Marjorie (QB1982)
For service to sport of women's hockey.
Jolly OAM, Mr Arthur Bruce (QB2006)
Service to cricket in SA and to Australian Rules football.
Chairman, District Programming Committee, South Australian Cricket Association (SACA); Member, District Cricket Executive Committee; Member, State Team Management Committee; Life Member, 2005. Chairman, Salisbury District Cricket Club, 1984-1990 and 1993-1997; Secretary, 1980-1983; Delegate to SACA, since 1981; Life Member. Oversaw merger of Salisbury District Cricket Club and Elizabeth District Cricket Club to form the Northern Districts Cricket Club, 1997; Chairman, 1997-2003, Committee Member, since 2004. Senior Vice-President, Para Districts Cricket Association, 1971-1974; Member, Programming Committee; instrumental in establishment of inter-association matches; Junior Coach; Life Member. Committee Member, Elizabeth North Cricket Club, for many years; Life Member. Chairman and Secretary, Central Districts Football Association; Chairman of Tribunal; Life Member. President, Central United Football Club, 1983; Member, Senior Committee, 1967-1985; Secretary, 1981-1982; President, Central Juniors, 1968-1980; Life Member.
Jonavicius OAM, Mr Jurgis George (AD2006)
For service to the Lithuanian community, particularly through administrative roles in a range of sporting organisations.
Honorary Consul for Lithuania in Australia, 1994-1999. Member, Australian Lithuanian Information Bureau, 1985-1991. Vice-President, Federal Executive of Australian Lithuanian Community, 1985-1986 and 1993; Member, 1971-1972 and 1979-1989. Australian representative on Lithuanian National Olympic Committee, since 1989. President, Australian Lithuanian Sports Federation, 1963-1964, 1979-1980 and 1988-1989; Life Member, 1989. Australian Lithuanian delegate to World Lithuanian Conference, Washington USA, 1987. President/organiser, 3rd World Lithuanian Games, Adelaide, 1985-1988. Member, Board of Editors, Lithuanians in Australia 1961-1983, 1982. President, Vytis (Lithuanian Sports Club), 1982-1985; Life Member 1985. Co-Founder, producer, presenter, Lithuanian radio program, Station 5EBI-FM. Awards/recognition include: Order of Gediminas, First Level, Government of the Republic of Lithuania, 1998. Medal for his service to the Lithuanian National Olympic Committee, 1998. Medal for his service to Lithuanian sport, Lithuanian Physical Culture and Sports Committee, 1989. Medal, World Lithuanian Community Federal Executive USA, 1980.
Jones OAM, Mr Neale Roy (AD1989)
For service to the Australian Army in the field of inventory management.
Enlisted in the Australian Regular Army in 1970. Between 1973 and 1980 served as a clerk technical in a number of major supply installations on the eastern seaboard. In 1980 he was posted to the Electronic Section in Supply Division, Headquarters Logistic Command as a Warrant Officer Class II. He was promoted Warrant Officer Class I. in 1985 and is currently serving with Headquarters, 4th Military District.
Jones AO, Mr Albert Walter (QB1979)
For public service to education.
Jones AO, Prof Warren Ross (AD1993)
For service to medicine, particularly in the fields of the immunology of human reproduction and fertility.
Foundation Professor Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Flinders University since 1975, making unique contribution to development School of Medicine and Flinders Medical Centre. Significant contribution to medical education, serving many years as member, Chairman, Curriculum Committee and Medical Executive Committee. Currently Clinical Dean with wide responsibilities. Established very strong research team in human fertility and reproduction. Perhaps greatest contribution has been in developing world-patented contraceptive vaccine with research team funded by World Health Organisation (WHO). Major role as WHO international consultant and Chairman WHO Human Reproduction Programme. Co-founder, President, Fertility Society Australia. Visiting Research Fellow, Professor, UK, USA, other countries.
Jones OAM, Mrs Morna Madeline (QB1980)
For community service.
Jones AM, Mr William Gordon (AD1983)
For service to local government and to the community.
Jones AM, Dr Helen Patricia (AD1995)
For service to education, particularly through documenting the history of women in South Australia.
Dr Jones is a well-regarded historian, making a pioneering contribution to research and publication on many aspects of the history of women in SA. Author or co-author of "In Her Own Name: Women in South Australian History" (1986), "Nothing Seemed Impossible: Women's Education and Social Change in South Australia 1875-1915" (1985), "Walford: A History of the School" (1968), and "Jubilee History of the Kindergarten Union of South Australia 1905-55" (1975). Member of the SA Working Party of the Australian Dictionary of Biography since 1975, involving the preparation of much original work from primary sources. Member of the SA Women's Suffrage Centenary Historical Sub-Committee.
Jones OAM, Mr Derek (AD1997)
For service to local government and to the community through the City Council, the Senior Citizens' Welfare Association and hospital and health services.
Mr Jones has provided 18 years service to local government as Councillor, Whyalla City Council 1973-1991. He is also President, Whyalla Senior Citizens' Welfare Association, since 1992; member, Board of Management of the Association, since 1990. Member, Board of Directors, Whyalla Hospital and Health Services 1982-1995 (10 years as local government nominee and three years as community member). President, Naval Association 1976-1984.
Jones OAM, Mr Brian Lewis (AD2006)
For service to the Uniting Church in South Australia and to the community.
Uniting Church in South Australia: President, Parkin Mission, since 1977; Member, since 1968. President, Parkin Trust Inc, since 1994. Member, Board of Administration and Finance, South Australian Synod; Member, Financial Services Sub-Committee. Chairman, Uniting Church Insurance Agency, 1986-1992; Treasurer, 1979-1986 and 1992-2002. Founding President and Director, Pilgrim Foundation Inc, since 1993. Member, Uniting Church Historical Society, since 1978; President, 1989-1994. Congregational Church: National Treasurer, Congregational Union of Australia and New Zealand, 1956-1960. State Treasurer, Congregational Union of South Australia, 1955-1965. Honorary Treasurer, Stow Memorial Church Adelaide, 1955-1966; Secretary, 1966-1977. Trustee, Pembroke School, 1994-2002.
Jones OAM, Mrs Glenys Mary (AD2006)
For service to the community through the National Council of Women of South Australia, and the arts.
Current Treasurer, National Council of Women of South Australia (NCWSA); Media Officer, since 2000; State Coordinator of Standing Committees, 2001-2003; First Vice-President, 2001-2003; Second Vice-President, 1999-2000; Youth Adviser, 1999-2001. Founding President, Business and Professional Women's Association, Adelaide East Branch; Treasurer; 2002-2003; Delegate to NCWSA, 1999-2001 and since 2002. Member, Business and Professional Women's Association, Adelaide Branch, 1996-1999; Delegate to NCWSA. Secretary, Business and Professional Women's Association, South Australia Division Council, for 4 years. Member, 'Dramatic Women', State Theatre Company of South Australia, sponsorship of workshop productions, since, 2002. Volunteer, Adelaide Festival of Arts, since 1996; contributor, Festival of Cooks, 2002. Member, Fundraising Institute of Australia, South Australian Branch, 1992-2003; Newsletter Editor; Chair, Membership Committee; Member, Hospitality Committee, 2001.
Jones OAM, Mrs Maureen Doris (QB2008)
For service to the community of Gladstone through a range of sporting organisations, particularly the Rocky River Softball Club, and to youth through the Scouting movement.
Current President, Rocky River Softball Club; Member, since 1976; Life Member, 2000. Current Member, South Australian Primary School Sports Association. Delegate, North Eastern Softball Association, for 6 years. Member, Umpiring Panel, Port Pirie Softball Association, for past 25 years. Current President, Gladstone Women's Bowls Club. Current Treasurer, The Birds Dart Team. President, Gladstone Golf Club, from 1989; Committee Member, for over 30 years. Volunteer, Gladstone Swimming Club, for many years. Cub Scout Leader, Gladstone Scout Group, Scouts Australia (South Australia Branch), 1994-2001 and since 2005. Cub Scout Leader, Gladstone Cub Pack, 1974-1994 and 2001-2005; Assistant Cub Scout Leader, 1973-1974. Assistant Cub Scout Leader, Keith Cub Pack, 1971-1973. Life Member, Scouts Australia (South Australia Branch), 1996. Following her retirement after 15 years as an employed school bus driver, Mrs Jones is now a regular volunteer bus driver for the Rocky River Health Service; service offers shopping trips and outings for the elderly and infirm members of the community. Awards/recognition include: Gladstone Service Award, 2004. Australia Day Citizenship Award, 1981.
Jordan AM, Mr Jack (AD1987)
For service to education, particularly in the field of technical and further education.
First Principal, Regency College of Technical and Further Education 1977-85, where he established South Australia's first Computer Aided Design Centre and also the Plastics and Rubber Technology Centre, Superintendent of Colleges 1975-77. Principal, Elizabeth College of TAFE 1972-75. Senior Trade Teacher 1968-72. First appointed to TAFE 1960.
Jordan AC MBE, Sr Deirdre Francis (AD1989)
For service to learning and to the community, particularly the Aboriginal community.
Flinders University: Chancellor since 1988; Pro-Chancellor 1980-88; Foundation Member, Council 1966-88; Chairman, Committee to inquire into Access for Aboriginal Students to Flinders 1985-88. University of Adelaide: Chairman, Department of Education 1982-84; Deputy Chairman 1975-82; Member, Working Party on Access for Aborigines to the University 1989; Chairman, Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music 1970-73. Consultant, National Aboriginal Education Commission 1979.
Jordan OAM, Mrs Betty Margaret (AD1982)
For service to the community.
Jordan AO, Prof Denis Oswald (QB1980)
For service to education.
Jory OAM, Mr William Rex (AD2014)
For service to journalism, and to the community of South Australia.
Part-time newspaper columnist, The Advertiser, since 2008. Deputy Editor, 1992-1997; Political Editor, 1987-1992. Editor, Sunday Mail, 1986-1987; Associate Editor, The News, 1985-1986; Political Reporter, 1970-1978. Political Writer (Canberra Press Gallery), all News Ltd afternoon papers, 1978-1982. Journalist, BBC Radio London, 1965-1970. Full-time Journalist, various Australian and international news organisations, 1960-2008. Committee Member, South Australian Press Club Board, from the early 2000s to 2011; Judge, two categories, Annual Press Club Awards, since 2009. Alternate Member, Australian Press Council, 1999-2007. Board Member, Independent Gambling Authority, 2006-2013. Board Member, Chiefs for Gender Equity, since 2012. Member, State Government Taskforce on Religious Diversity, 2010. Member, Federal Government Advisory Board on Mental Health and Suicide, since 2002. Patron, Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health, since 2007. Chair, SA Great, 2003-2006. Member, Business Advisory Board, The Smith Family, 1998-1999. Adviser to the (then) Premier, Dr David Tonkin AO, Parliament of South Australia, 1982. Chief of Staff, Office of the (then) Opposition Leader, Mr J Olsen AO, Parliament of South Australia, 1982-1985. Awards/recognition include: Citizen of the Year, Adelaide City Council, 1996.
Joseph AM, Mr George (QB1982)
For service to local government and to the community.
Joseph AM, Mrs Mary Veronica (QB1986)
For service to the community.
President, The Jubilee 150 Women's Executive Committee. Lady Mayoress of Adelaide 1978-79, Deputy Lady Mayoress of Adelaide 1976-77; Patroness SA China Painters' Association; Patroness SA Women's Lacrosse Association; President, Sportsgirl Quest since 1977; Trustee of National Council of Women House; Member of the National Memorial Committee of National Council of Women; President Dominican Old Scholars 1966-68 (1968 Centenary Year). Member, St. Raphael Home for Blind Auxiliary.
Joseph AM, Dr Peter Callel (QB2001)
For service to medicine, particularly through the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners.
Dr Joseph served as President, Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP), 1996-1998. During his presidency, he made Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander health policy and training a high priority for the RACGP which has produced a curriculum for the training of GPs in ATSI health. He has also served the Australian Medical Association as SA Branch President, 1988-1990, Federal Councillor, 1984-1996 and was a member of its GP organisations throughout that time. He is a member of the Professional Services Review Tribunal.
Joseph OAM, ASM, Mr Gregory Michael (AD2014)
For service to the community of Moonta.
Chairman Management Committee, Moonta Community Activity Centre, since 2008; Founding Member, 2004. Deputy Presiding Member, Northern Yorke Peninsula Health Advisory Council, since 2009; Member, since 2009. Board Member, North Yorke Peninsula Private Hospital, since 2009. Chairman, Moonta and District Progress Association, 2003-2010; Committee Member, for 10 years. Awards/recognition include: Ambulance Service Medal, 2013.
Jovanovic OAM, Mr Nicolica (QB1990)
For service to the Serbian community.
Retired as Senior Interpreter with the Telephone Interpreter Service of the Department of Immigration, Local Government and Ethnic Affairs 1986. Currently: Secretary, Free Serbian Community of SA Inc; Director, Serbian Welfare Association.
Joyner OAM, Dr Peter Stuart (AD2005)
For service to medicine, particularly the advancement of rural medicine, and to the community of Mannum as a medical practitioner.
General practitioner in the Mannum community, since 1976, with particular interest in maternal and neonatal services. Involved in advancement and promotion of rural medicine. Accredited General Practice Supervisor, 2000. Mannum District Hospital Board: Principal Medical Officer (voluntary), for over 20 years. SA Post Graduate Medical Education Association: Chairman, since 1996. Rural Doctors Association of South Australia: Vice-President; past President. Australian Medical Association (SA): former Council Member and Vice-President. United Medical Protection SA: Foundation Board Member, 1999-2002; member, State Advisory Committee, 1999-2002. Member, Advisory Panel, SA Government Generational Review of State Health Services, 2003. Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine: Fellow, 1999. Australian Post Graduate Federation in Medicine: Fellow, 2003.
Juanta OAM, Dr Reynaldo Dante Galura (AD1991)
For service to education, multiculturalism and to the Filipino community.
For the past 15 years, Dr Juanta has been actively involved in teacher education in the SA Education Department; he has been lecturer and acting Director of the In-service Education Centre at Raywood, project officer for Multiculturalism in Education, Executive officer of the Anti-racism Policy Co-ordinating Committee and other committees advising the Director-General of Education, and Ethnic Schools Support Officer. As well, Dr Juanta is Philippine Honorary Consul-designate in SA, founding President of the Filipino Community Council, Assistant Secretary of the Ethnic Communities Council of SA, Executive Member of the Ethnic Schools Association of SA and of the SA Ethnic Ageing Action Group, Organiser and School Director of the Filipino Ethnic School of SA, writer for three Australian-based Filipino magazines, producer and presenter of Filipino radio programs on 5EBI-FM, and co-founder, past President, and now Advisor to the Filipino Association of SA Inc.
Judd OAM, Dr Stephen John (AD2003)
For service to medicine, particularly in the field of endocrinology.
Head, Endocrine Unit, Flinders Medical Centre, since 1979; Head, Flinders Reproductive Medicine, since 1994. Vice-President, Endocrine Society of Australia, 1988-1990; Secretary, 1986-1988; Council Member, 1983-1993. Chairman, Specialist Advisory Committee in Endocrinology, Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 1992-1998; Chairman, Research Grants Advisory Committee, 1996-2002; Secretary, Committee for Examinations, since 1998; Regional Examiner, since 1987; Secretary, Written Examination Committee, 1979-1990. Registrar, Adult Division of Medicine, 1998-2002; member of Council, since 2000. Chairman, Regional Grants Interviewing Committee, National Health and Medical Research Council, 1994; member, 1988-1996; member, Fellowships Committee, 1990-1994.
Juers OAM, Mr Murray Robert (QB2008)
For service to the community through leadership roles in a range of aged care organisations.
Director Aged Care, Trinity Place Inc, 1982-1999; inaugural Chair, 1980-1981; Chair, 1999-2005. Chair, Lutheran, SA District, Aged Care Advisory Committee, 1986-1990; appointed Executive Officer, 1982. Instrumental in establishing Retirement Village Alliance (SA District), 1999. Inaugural Member, Aged Care Council, Lutheran Church SA/NT District, 1990-1994. Member, Aged Care Australia, Member, Sub-Committee dealing with Retirement Village Legislation; Executive Committee Member, Aged and Community Services SA & NT. Board Member, Council of the Ageing, 1982-1985. Chair, Trinity Lutheran Church, Pasadena, 1976-1982; Chair, Project Management Committee that developed the concept of Trinity Place Aged Care Facility, 1979.