King presents medals

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Soprano saxophonist Anders Paulsson receiving a medal from The King. Photo: Pontus Lundahl/Scanpix.

On Thursday 16 February, The King presented medals in Lovisa Ulrika's dining hall at the Royal Palace of Stockholm.
The following medals were presented.

H.M. The King's Medal


 

12th size with chain


President of the Supreme Administrative Court of Sweden, Mats Melin
For outstanding contributions to the Swedish legal system      

12th size with the ribbon of the Order of the Seraphim


Former Under-Secretary-General of the UN Office of Internal Oversight Services, Inga-Britt Ahlenius
For outstanding national and international contributions in the field of auditing

Former Ambassador Mats Bergquist, PhD
For significant contributions to Swedish foreign policy

Director Bicky Chakraborty
For outstanding contributions as an entrepreneur in various fields

Vice-Chancellor Per Eriksson
For outstanding contributions as Vice-Chancellor of Lund University and Blekinge Institute of Technology

Director and Lord Chamberlain-in-Waiting, Stefan Forsberg
For significant contributions to Swedish musical life and as Lord Chamberlain-in-Waiting

Governor of the Bank of Sweden, Stefan Ingves
For significant contributions to the finance sector

First Marshal of the Court, Lars-Hjalmar Wide
For significant services as First Marshal of the Court

12th size with a bright-blue ribbon


Consul-General Bertil Falck
For significant contributions as an entrepreneur and founder of the Göteborg Book Fair

Former President of the Supreme Administrative Court of Sweden, Torgny Håstad
For outstanding contributions to the Swedish legal system

Professor Svante Pääbo
For outstanding contributions within the field of paleogenetics

8th size with the ribbon of the Order of the Seraphim


Palace Architect Jacob Hidemark
For meritorious services as Palace Architect at Tullgarn Palace

Professor Emeritus Margareta Ihse
For outstanding contributions within the field of remote sensing

Professor Emeritus Ulf Lindahl
For outstanding contributions to medical and physiological chemistry

Professor Emeritus Sune Svanberg
For outstanding contributions within the field of laser spectroscopy

Litteris et Artibus medal


Professor Wilhelm Carlsson
For outstanding artistic contributions as a director

Clarinettist Martin Fröst
For outstanding artistic contributions as a clarinettist

Choreographer Lena Josefsson
For outstanding artistic contributions as a choreographer

Opera singer Charlotta Larsson
For outstanding artistic contributions as an opera singer

Soprano saxophonist Anders Paulsson
For outstanding artistic contributions as a soprano saxophonist

Court dancer Jan-Erik Wikström
For outstanding artistic contributions as a dancer

H.M. The King's Medal

8th size with a bright-blue ribbon


Swimmer Therese Alshammar
For outstanding achievements as a swimmer

Chauffeur Bengt Andersson
For meritorious services as a chauffeur at the Royal Mews

Park Manager Gunnar Björkman
For meritorious services as Park Manager for the Royal Djurgården Administration

Director Göran Groth
For significant contributions to the business sector and culture

Artistic leader Benoît Malmberg
For outstanding artistic contributions as leader of the Romeo and Julia Choir

Conservation Manager Henrik Niklasson
For meritorious services as Conservation Manager for the Royal Djurgården Administration

Composer Martin Sandberg
For outstanding contributions as a music producer and composer

Costume designer Inger Hallström Stinnerbom
For significant artistic contributions to Västanå Theatre

Artistic leader Leif Stinnerbom
For significant artistic contributions to Västanå Theatre

Musician Leif Strand
For outstanding artistic contributions to Swedish musical life

Football trainer Pia Sundhage
For outstanding contributions as a player and football trainer

Mrs Ingrid Sävström
For significant voluntary fundraising contributions for the Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation

Professor Emeritus Per-Axel Wiktorsson
For significant contributions to old Swedish

Pianist, composer and entertainer Robert Wells
For outstanding artistic contributions as an entrepreneur within the cultural sector