Twelve Tasmanian residents have been recognised with Queen's Birthday honours for their significant contributions to their communities, including four in Northern Tasmania.
RODNEY ERIC BRAMICH OAM:
Rod Bramich, a military veteran, has been awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia for his service to the Port Sorell community.
Particular mention has been made of his work with the Port Sorell Lions Club, for which he is currently the fundraiser coordinator. Mr Bramich has previously been president of the organisation.
ROSEMARY ANNE CALLINGHAM AM:
Rosemary Callingham, of Prospect Vale, has had a decorated career as a mathematician. Her extensive service to mathematics education, teacher development and the community has resulted in her being made a Member of the Order of Australia.
For significant service to mathematics education, to teacher development, and to the community.
Read more about Dr Callingham here.
HUGH JAMES HISCUTT AM:
A former member of Tasmania's Legislative Council, Hugh Hiscutt has been made a Member of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the people and Parliament of Tasmania, as well as to the community of West Devon.
Mr Hiscutt, who lives at Howth, was an independent member of the upper house for 12 years (1983-95).
DONALD STEWART IVES OAM:
Jazz pianist Don Ives, 82, of Longford, has brought the joy of music to countless Tasmanians, whether through his performances or his teaching.
Read more about Mr Ives here.
CHRISTOPHER DAVID JONES OAM:
For service to the community of Hobart, Christopher Jones, of Sandy Bay, has received a Medal of the Order of Australia.
Mr Jones was an accountant for more than 50 years and has made notable contributions to the state's Catholic community. He was previously a director and board member at Southern Cross Care Tasmania.
MICHAEL ANTHONY KING OAM:
Michael King has been honoured for his service to the project management sector,
Mr King, of Geilston Bay, is the chairman of the Australian Institute of Project Management, as well as an Australian delegate to the International Project Management Association. He is a project manager and technical director at GHD Pty Ltd.
COLLEEN MAVIS MCGANN OAM:
A former managing director of St.LukesHealth, Colleen McGann, of Prospect Vale, has shown dedication to the state's community health sector.
Read more about Ms McGann here.
IAN GORDON PATON OAM:
The late Ian Paton, formerly of Wynyard, has been posthumously awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia, in recognition of his service to the Wynyard community.
Mr Paton filled leadership roles in a multitude of local organisations, including the Probus Club of Wynyard and the Wynyard Agricultural and Pastoral Society.
EDNA FLORENCE PENNICOTT OAM:
Edna Pennicott, a volunteering stalwart, is recognised for her immense contributions to the community of Kingborough.
A former citizen of the year in the municipality, Mrs Pennicott, a Kingston resident, received a lifetime achievement award at the Volunteering Tasmania Awards in 2019.
LOLA MARY PHILLIPS OAM:
Lola Phillips, of Lindisfarne, has been honoured for her service to women and the Sorell community,
Having had prominent roles in the Catholic Women's League and the Sorell Legacy Widows Club, Mrs Phillips was named Sorell's citizen of the year in 2008.
REX CROYDON WILSON OAM:
St Leonards man Rex Wilson, a veteran educator, has exhibited an unwavering commitment and service to education in Tasmania.
Read more about Mr Wilson here.
Glen Ball APM:
Inspector Glen Ball has received the Australian Police Medal for his longstanding commitment to Tasmania Police during his career of more than 40 years as a police officer.
Read more about Inspector Ball here.