A former CMS missionary couple are among Sydney Anglicans given honours on the Queen's Birthday list.

Dr Russell Clark, a geriatrician, was made a member of the Order of Australia (AM) for significant service to geriatric and rehabilitation medicine, and to international relations, as a clinician and educator in Asia and Africa. 

Dr Clark, was a medical missionary at the United Christian Hospital in East Kowloon from 1974-1984. He has also served on the General Committee of the Church Missionary Society and the board of Anglican Retirement Villages. 

He was also the founding Director of Geriatric Services at Sydney's  St Vincent's Hospital from 1985-2002.

His wife, the Reverend Kay Clark, was also honoured with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) service to the Anglican Church in Australia. 

Mrs Clark, ordained a deacon in 2000, has served in a variety of capacity in parish and diocesan life including on committees for the Church Missionary Society and Australian Deaconess Ministries as well as parish positions in Vaucluse, West Pennant Hills and Beecroft. 

She also served as a post-ordination Trainer and as a Chaplain at Moore Theological College.

In other honours, Barry Collins, of Strathfield was honoured with an AM for significant service to chemical engineering, through contributions to the mining, paper, and steel industries, and to the community. Mr Collins is a former council member and Chairman of the Executive of the Trinity Grammar School Council.

Richard Lee, a former member of Abbotsleigh School Council, was honoured with an AM for significant service to business and commerce through a range of executive roles, and to sporting and charitable groups.

In the OAM category, several active Anglican laymen and women were honour.

Richard Miles, a Parish Councillor of St James Anglican Church for almost 30 years, was honoured for service to the community, particularly through roles with education organisations.

Alan Reginald Newing, variously churchwarden, treasurer and Parish Councillor of Figtree Anglican Church was given an OAM for service to the community through finance roles in the age care sector.

Mrs Fay Rae, a member of the Mothers Union at St John's Camden for 20 years was honoured for service to the community of Camden.

Richard Thompson, a member of St Augustine's, Neutral Bay, was honoured with an OAM for service to veterans and naval history, and to Antarctic exploration.

Photo: Ramon Williams, Worldwide Photos

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