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Thursday 21st February 2019 14:21


Peggy Kearney (RIP) – Mother of Neil Kearney / George Rathborne
It is with sadness that I have to inform you of the death of Peggy (Margaret) Kearney, mother of our colleague Neil Kearney. Our thoughts are with Neil and his family at this difficult time. Details from are as follows:
Kearney (née Coughlan) Peggy (Margaret), (Rathfarnham, Dublin) 20th February 2019 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff of the Maguire Ward at Tallaght University Hospital. Beloved wife of Tom and loving mother of Mary, Neil, Ciara and the late Michael, sadly missed by her family grandchildren Olivia, Leah, Michelle and Tom, daughter-in-law Camel, her sisters Vera, Nuala, Bernie and Angela, extended family and friends. Rest in Peace
Reposing at her home tomorrow Thursday (21st February) between 6.00 and 8.00 pm. Removal on Friday morning to the Church of the Annunciation, Rathfarnham arriving at 9.50 am for Requiem Mass at 10.00 am followed by cremation in the Victorian Chapel, Mount Jerome, Harold’s Cross. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to the Alzheimer Society of Ireland.

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Retirement of Paul O’Duffy, ESB International. / Don Palmer
After almost 39 years’ service with ESB, Paul O’Duffy will be officially retiring on Friday 8th of March 2019.
Paul joined Project Department in 1980 and initially worked on the Moneypoint Project. In latter decades, Paul has been synonymous with ESBI International and more than likely has clocked up more air miles than anyone else in bringing ESB International to the world
Paul has made many good and long standing friendships in ESB and will be missed by all and we wish Paul and Clodagh every happiness and success long into the future.
Paul would like to welcome his current and former colleagues and friends to his retirement function which will begin on the late afternoon of the 8th March in the Dublin Airport building before adjourning to the Doheny & Nesbitt in Baggot Street.
If you would like to be associated with a presentation to Paul please contact Mary O’Donnell, Don Palmer, or Paul Farrell at the Dublin Airport offices of Engineering & Major Projects.