MBE


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MBE

abbreviation for
(in Britain)Member of the Order of the British Empire

M.B.E.

Member of the Order of the British Empire.
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The Top 100 MBE Awards[R] will be presented at the CRMSDC's 36th Annual Leaders and Legends Awards Ceremony, on November 2nd at the MGM National Harbor.
Paralympic champions Kelly Gallagher and her guide Charlotte Evans also each received the MBE, while the nation's most successful female golfer Laura Davies is made a Dame.
Jim Northup, Vice President, General Manager for Veeco s MBE Operations added: IPG is the clear leader in fiber laser production and has been utilizing our production MBE systems for years.
The Penarth-based former paralympian said: "When I started my job at Disability Sport Wales, I never imagined that one of my career highlights would be receiving an MBE from the Queen.
Ben Kay MBE, Barry Adams MBE, A+H Construction; Phil Vickery MBE.
Eighty-three-year-old Raymond Nichols MBE was honoured by the Queen for voluntary service to education.
It was also a memorable year for McDowell, the 31-year-old golfer from Northern Ireland nicknamed GMac, who is also awarded an MBE.
Grand National winning jockey Tony McCoy was made an OBE and former Everton player Gary Speed became an MBE.
Mum-of-four Eileen Haskins, 66, from Colwyn Bay: MBE for services to the community in North Wales and to the Welsh Amateur Athletic Association.
Sian Whiteley, teacher and leader of adult basic skills in North Warwickshire and Hinckley, MBE for services to adult basic skills.
Corporations may provide special support for you as an MBE such as access to the Kellogg University programs supported by NMSDC.
Isabella Anderson receives an MBE for her work as a lollipop lady at St Kevin's Primary School in Bargeddie,Glasgow.