DCVO


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DCVODame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order
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Colin Ingleby-Mackenzie, a former owner with Richard Hannon and racing fan when he is not following cricket, is created an OBE for his services to that sport, while Baroness Trumpington, a former steward at Folkestone, becomes a DCVO in the Royal Victorian Order for her services as ``extra baroness in waiting to the Queen''.
Graeme Cooke has been named as the new Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer (DCVO) for the United Kingdom.
The famous pair are Her Grace, Deborah, the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire DCVO (1920- ), the youngest of the famous six Mitford sisters and the dramatist, Alan Bennett (1934- ), equally famous , especially for The Madness of King George III (1991) and, The History Boys (2004).