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Betty Tansey, mother of Sharon Maguire, ESB International / Jim Corcoran
It is with deep regret that we have learned of the death of Elizabeth (Betty) Tansey, mother of our friend and colleague Sharon Maguire. Reposing at her home tomorrow, Friday evening, the 6th, between 4pm and 8pm.
Removal on Saturday morning to the Church of the Annunciation, Finglas West, arriving at 9.50am for 10am Funeral Mass. Thereafter to Deansgrange Cemetery for burial. May She Rest In Peace.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Sharon and her family at this sad time.
Una O’Sullivan, RIP – mother of Shane, GWM / Peter Davis
The death has occured of Una O’Sullivan, mother of our colleague and friend Shane. Our thoughts and prayers are with Shane and his family at this sad time. Funeral arrangements
O’SULLIVAN (née Malone) Una (Kilmacud, Dublin) – October 4, 2017 (peacefully) at St. Vincent’s University Hospital. Beloved wife of Gearóid, adored mother to Geraldine, Shane and Odhran, sister to T.V., the late Seamus, Fr. John, Michael and Gerard, Nuala, Bernie, the late Mary and Breda. Sadly missed by her daughters-in-law Elaine and Kate, son-in-law Michael, grandchildren Síle, Nora, Eoin and Liam, Ciara and Oisín, Darcy and Emer, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. May she rest in peace.
Reposing at Fanagans Funeral Home, Dundrum on Friday (Oct. 6) from 3pm prior to her Removal to the Church of St. Laurence O’Toole, Kilmacud arriving at 5pm. Funeral Mass on Saturday (Oct. 7) at 10am, followed by burial at Deans Grange Cemetery. Family flowers only.
Christmas Shoebox Appeal 2017 / Kevin Young
Christmas Shoebox Appeal is an opportunity for children and families to send gifts to children who would otherwise never receive anything at Christmas. By taking an average size shoe box or half a photocopier paper box, covering it with Christmas wrapping paper and filling it with paper, pencils, toothbrush, toothpaste, toys and sweets, children in Ireland can show that they are thinking of those less fortunate than themselves. A minimum donation of €4 will cover the cost of transport, processing and distribution.
If you would like to donate a shoebox this year or volunteer to coordinate boxes in your area please contact Kevin Young at 27726 if you’d like to be involved.
Shoeboxes can be dropped to local collection points – AXA, FirstStop Tyres or Toymaster outlets by Friday 10th November.
Shoe box collection in the Dublin area will be coordinated by Kevin and will be collected from ESB Matthews Building, East James Place, Dublin 2, on Friday 17th November.
Christmas Shoebox Appeal is run by TEAM HOPE which is an independent Irish, interdenominational Christian relief and development charity, (Irish charity number CHY 14524). TEAM HOPE is working in relief and development projects in over twenty countries, mainly in Africa, Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union.
Working through a long established group of international partnerships, your shoebox gifts will be given into the hands of a needy child, irrespective of his or her race, religion, ethnicity, or background – who all equally deserve a shoebox gift. The only criteria for receiving a shoebox is the need of the child.
This year TEAM HOPE are planning that shoeboxes from Ireland will go to street children, orphans, children in hospital, poor families, victims of war or other needy situations in the following countries:
Eastern Europe and former Soviet Union: Belarus, Romania, Transnistria, Kosova, Moldova, Ukraine, Albania Africa: Burundi, Congo, Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland, Rwanda
If you would like to know more about Christmas Shoebox Appeal, please visit the Team Hope website.
Retirement – Charles Cullen, ESB Networks, Athlone / david dwyer
Charles Cullen retires on Friday 20th October after 43 years service with ESB having started as an apprentice electrician in September 1974.
Charles spent much of his career in ESB Contracts as an electrician and then took on the role as a Power Quality Analyst.
Later he joined Underground Networks Asset Management where he applied his expertise. All of these roles were based from his beloved Athlone.
Charles was known as an excellent electrician and the ‘go to man’ in the Athlone depot territory. His high technical competence and diagnostic capability has been demonstrated many times throughout his long career.
Charles would like to mark the occasion with a function on Friday the 20th October from 5.30pm in Buccaneers Rugby club, The Bounty, Dubarry Park, Clonbrusk, Athlone, and wants to invite all his friends and colleagues that he has built up over the years to attend.
Sports & Social
ESB 90th Anniversary Cycle – Tomorrow 7th October / 90for90 Team
Tomorrow, Saturday 7th of October will see 180 staff and stakeholders taking on a 90 kilometre cycle as part of our 90for90 challenge.
The cycle starts in Buccaneers RFC in Athlone and passes through counties Westmeath, Longford and Roscommon as the route circles Lough Ree. There’s a well-earned rest stop hosted by ESB Fisheries in Lanesborough and our participants are back on the road to take on the challenging Scrine Hill at 62 kilometres.
Thanks to our staff volunteers, Order of Malta, Buccaneers RFC and to Shannonside Cycling Club for their support. Keep an eye on the Hub next week for photos from the cycle.
If you haven’t already done so why not clock your kilometres on www.activetravellogger and get a vote for the charity of your choice – for every 90 kilometres clocked you get 1 vote!
For more information on the 90for90 challenge, running until 31st October, and the charities you can help by joining in please see:
https://thehub.esb.ie/corporate-centre/Purpose-Strategy/corporate-social-responsibility/Pages/90for90.aspx or you can contact the Team on email@example.com Best of luck to everyone involved tomorrow!
Wanted: ‘Experienced’ players for the World cup / Shauna Brady
Hi, we are looking for a few players to join a team for the Over 40’s competition in the World Cup on Saturday week 14th Oct in Sportsco. Over 40’s matches will start at 3:00 (registration at 2:30). Presentation & apres match celebrations in Slattery’s pub. Any questions, give me a shout. firstname.lastname@example.org / 26616 / 0873777098