2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours

Congratulations to the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honour recipients from the Melbourne Grammar School community.

Professor Ruth Bishop AC (Past parent)
For eminent service to global child health through the development of improved vaccines for paediatric gastroenteritis, and to medical research.

Ms Elizabeth Alexander AO (Past parent)
For distinguished service to higher education administration, to accounting and corporate governance, and as a role model.

Mr Cunxin Li AO (Past parent)
For distinguished service to the performing arts, particularly to ballet, as a dancer and artistic director.

Mr Matthew Allen AM (OM 1979)
For significant service to sailing, particularly through executive roles.

Mr Clive Blazey AM (Past parent)
For significant service to horticulture, to conservation, and to the community.

Associate Professor Anthony (Tony) Buzzard AM (OM 1959)
For significant service to the international education sector, and to medical science.

Mr Robert (Bob) Dalziel AM (Past parent)
For significant service to the community, to rugby union, and to business.

Dr David McCredie AM (OM 1943)
For significant service to medicine in the field of paediatric nephrology.

Ms Helen Morris AM (Past  parent)
For significant service to the philanthropic sector, and to community health.

Dr Joseph Reich AM (Past parent)
For significant service to ophthalmology.

Mr Michael Shand QC AM (OM 1970)
For significant service to the Anglican Church of Australia, and to the legal profession.

Associate Professor Richard Stark AM (OM 1967)
For significant service to neurological medicine, and to professional associations.

Dr Mark Toner AM  (Past  parent)
For significant service to engineering and the technological sciences.

Mr Stephen (Steve) Higgs OAM (OM 1968)
For service to education.

Mr Clement (Clem) Newton-Brown OAM (Current parent)
For service to the Parliament of Victoria, and to the community of Melbourne.

Dr Patricia Phair OAM (Past parent)
For service to women, to medical research, and to the community.

Ms Rhonda Renwick OAM (Past parent)
For service to the community through charitable organisations.