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Centenary Medals

Lions Who Have Received Centenary Medals

The Centenary Medal was announced by the Prime Minister on 28 December 2001. The Medal was created to honour living persons who have made a contribution to Australian society or government. This includes those Australians who have lived through our first century of federation.

This includes Australians who have lived through all our first century of federation (“Centenarians”)and other persons who have made a contribution to the nation or their locality.

Australian Centenary Medal

The Medal will enable the community to thank those who have made Australia’s first hundred years as a federal nation such a great success and who have laid solid foundations for Australia’s future. The award of the medalto them will be a fitting acknowledgement from the nation of their long contribution to Australia.

Designed by Balarinji, Sydney, the medal features a seven-pointed Commonwealth Star, representing the six Australian states, with the seventh point representing Australia’s territories. At the centre of the Star is an indigenous styling of Aboriginal traditions at the heart of the continent. The colours in the ribbon are crimson for Federation (Sir Henry Parkes “the crimson thread of kinship”) and blue and gold for the beginning of the 21st Century. The seven gold and red lines represent the pathways to federation of the states. There are 100dots around the outer edge of each of the obverse and reverse symbolising100 years of federation.

“Centenarians”, namely Australian citizens born on or before 31 December 1901 and who lived to celebrate the centenary of federation on 1 January 2001, have an entitlement to the Medal.

Details of each of the Lions recipients, including their individual citation, can be searched in the Its an Honour website.

Please note the Lions National Honours Advisory Body wishes to have their best endeavours to makethe above List as accurate as possible.However, your inputs regarding its accuracy and update are most welcome.

 

Thank You.

 

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Given Names

Family Name

Post-Nominals

Robert George AKERS
Kerry ALLAN
Frederick William BALLHAUSEN OAM
Marjorie Isobel BARNETT
Robert Verne BARNETT
Thomas BARRY
Will Leonard BAUER
Sharon Anne BISHOP
John Keith BOLES
Eileen BONE
Harold Sydney BONE
Sharyn BOOTH
Roger David BROCKHOFF AM
Barry Marshall BROWN
John BURNS
Ashley John BURNS
Nicholas BUTTNER
William CALDOW
Butch CHAPMAN OAM
Christine Marie CHAPMAN
Kenneth CHAPMAN
Mabel Agnes CHATLEY
Shirley Keng CHILDS
Bradley CLARK
John CLOTA
Howard Wayne COLEMAN
Ian Jeffrey CONSTABLE AO
Noel Maxwell CROWE
Mark Francis D’ALTERIO
David DANIELS
Richard John DELBRIDGE
Ian DEMPSEY
Baska Vithaldas DESHA
John Patrick DI BLASI
Robert William DILLON
Katy Claire DIX
Charles Michael DONALDSON
Rex Linwood DRAPER
Alan Stewart DUNCAN
Kevin Gerald EGAN
Vivian Lee EUSTACE
Brian FARMER
Brian Sproule FARROW
Diana Beryl FLEMING
John McKenzie FLEMING
Winston FRASER
Darron John FRASER
Robert Leslie FREE
Brian James FULLER
Charlie Thomas GILMONT
Edmund Herbert GROHN OAM
The Hon. Gary Douglas HARDGRAVE MP
Leslie John HARRISON
John Edwin HARVEY
John Neville HAYES OAM
Margaret Hamilton HEATHORN OAM
Terence Charles HEDGES
Judith Helen HEINDORFF
Bill HENDY
Kenneth Garven HISCOCK
Mervyn Frederick HOBB
Peter Leonard HOLT
David James HOPKINS
Graham Richard JACKSON
Her Excellency Marjorie JACKSON-NELSON AC CVO MBE
Hazel Eileen (Wendy) JENKINS OAM
Judy Anne JOYCE
Sovannairand KAY
George William KELLY OAM
Russell Roy KENNY
Kenneth Oliver LEEMON
Kenneth George LEONARD
Julie Patricia LETHBRIDGE
Felicity-Ann LEWIS
Alf LONG
Donald William MACINNIS
Shirley MACKENZIE
David Norman MCKENZIE
Maxwell MCKENZIE
Marie Rose MILES
Alan Lindsay MILLAR
Silvio Eusebio MOLACHINO
Vincent MORRIS
Ken MULCAHY
Raymond James NORTON
Robert Wilfred ODGERS
Bryan Alfio OTTONE
Stephen Paul OWENS
Aiden Ross PEARL
Lloyd St Clair PIDDINGTON
Bryan PIRIE
Joyce Mary POUNSETT
Harvey John PRICE
Steven Bruce PRINGLE
Graham Michael QUIRK
Raymond John RADFORD
Harold REGELING
The Hon. Margaret Elizabeth REID AO
Kenneth Reginald ROBERTS
Ciriaco Jack ROSA
James Stewart RUTHERFORD
John Francis SCHMIDT
David Michael SCHOFIELD
Roy SCOTT OAM
Bill SHIPSTONE
Neil Robert SHORT
David George SKINNER
Wilma Isabel SKIPPER
Bryan Ivor SMITH
Frank SPENCER
Harry Edward SPICER OAM
William George STEFANIAK RFD, MLA
Geoff TAYLOR
Peter James THOMAS
Sydney George THOMAS
Ross Martin TREYVAUD
James McNicol TURNBULL
Alban Donald TURNER
Lily Doris TURNER
Vorn Bede WAPLES
Sir Bruce Dunstan WATSON
Lily Joyce WEBSTER
Bertram Alexander WESSEL
Lindsay Laurence WIGG
Lawrence Jian YAO
Alan McLaren YOUNG
Robert ZEE
Alan Raymond ZWAR

 

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