Latest ESBNET News @ : 04/03/2019 14:21:58
Monday 4th March 2019 14:21
Electric Ireland scoop five European Sponsorship Awards! /
Electric Ireland took home five awards at the 2019 European Sponsorship Association (ESA) Awards, which were held in Café de Paris, London on Thursday 28th Feb, including the top awards of Sponsorship of the Year for the second concurrent year. Read more here.
Death of Fiona O’Neill (sister of Shane O’Neill, ESB Networks) /
The sad passing has taken place of Fiona O’Neill , sister of our colleague Shane O’Neill (ESB Networks Kilkenny and Fibre-Make Ready). Rest in Peace.
Our sympathies are with Shane and the bereaved O’Neill and McEvoy families at this sad time. Funeral arrangements are:
Reposing at her home ‘Teach Halla’, Clonaheen, Rosenallis, Co. Laois from 4pm on Monday with rosary at 8pm. Removal on Tuesday morning to arrive at Ss Peter and Paul’s Church, Portlaoise for 12 noon requiem Mass. Interment will follow in St Brigid’s Cemetery, Rosenallis. House private on Tuesday morning please. Family flowers only donations if desired to The Irish Cancer Society.
Events & Launches
Food for Thought Day – Tuesday 5th March /
There are lots of different ways we can contribute to a brighter future by making better decisions and taking small actions that can have a significant collective impact. One of the ways we can do this is by reducing our red meat consumption.
So, in Gateway Canteen on Tuesday 5th March, for one day, there will be one extra vegetarian option and one less meat option – encouraging people to try something new to reduce our carbon impact. Through making such small changes, we can each be agents of change for a brighter future. Read more here.
Retirement of Paul O’Duffy, ESB International. / Don Palmer
After almost 39 years’ service with ESB, Paul O’Duffy will be officially retiring this coming 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 ESB 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 at 4pm on Friday 8th March in the Dublin Airport building before adjourning to 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.
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