Queen’s recognises two in honours

Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II recognises two well-known Caymanians in her 2010
Birthday Honours listing.

Heading
the honour roll is Mr. Darwin Kurt Tibbetts.

He
is made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (Civil
Division) for his outstanding service to the community.

Mr.
Alden McNee McLaughlin Jr. is appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire
for services to constitutional reform.

In
addition, the Colonial Police and Fire Service Medal goes to Deputy Chief Fire
Officer Hulman Doorly McLaughlin of the Cayman Islands Fire Service.

Completing
this official celebration of the monarch’s 84th birthday, Governor Duncan
Taylor has named Jackie Balls, Celeste Broderick and Penny McDowall to receive
the Cayman Islands Certificate and Badge of Honour. 

All
three are honoured for services to the community, Mrs. Balls through the dance
industry and Mrs. Broderick through pageantry, while Mrs. McDowall is
recognised for services through the Special Olympics.

Comments are closed.