Latest ESBNET News @ : 07/06/2022 14:22:39
Tuesday 7th June 2022 14:22
Farewell & Thanks
Ciaran Hand is retiring on 9th June /
After 43 years memorable years with ESB, Ciaran Hand is leaving us on 9th June. Ciaran’s journey with ESB started in Chapel Street in Dundalk in 1979 – where he worked as a Clerical Officer initially in Materials and then moved to the Consumers Unit. As Dundalk evolved from being a District office to a Regional office so too did Ciaran’s career where he went on from being a team lead in Customer Accounting Northern Region to establishing the unitised Commercial & Industrial Billing team for all Customer Supply. In January 2007 his move to Dublin started as he took up the role of MIS & Controls manager for Customer Supply which involved splitting his working week between Dundalk and Dublin. In 2008 he moved permanently to Dublin (Clanwilliam House) to take up the role of Business Process Manager in BP&IT and then in 2010 joined the CREST Market opening project as the Customer Operations lead. Following the establishment of Electric Ireland, Ciaran has held a number of management positions across the IT and Digital area. Most recently (last 6 years) Ciaran was instrumental in ESB’s entry into the GB residential market where he led the development and roll out of the IT systems and processes for ESB Energy.
Ciaran’s unique Business and IT knowledge and experience combined with his technical ability across business Process design & Re-engineering, Customer Journeys, Data & Analytics, GDPR, IT and Project management was a huge asset to ESB and the effects of this can be seen and remain in place across areas he worked in. However its Ciaran’s people skills and ability to share his experiences & knowledge and coach team members to be creative, innovative and add value that is his greatest strength and stand out contribution to ESB. Ciaran will be missed but he is leaving in the knowledge that everything he touched upon has been passed on to others and will continue to add value. We wish Ciaran and his family a long and happy retirement, spending more time with his grandkids, keeping fit & going to the gym, playing more golf, supporting his favourite football teams, travelling and taking it a bit easier.
We would like to invite all Ciaran’s friends and colleagues from over the years in ESB to join him for an informal few drinks and send off on 9th June from 5.30pm in Doheny & Nessbit’s, Baggott Street (upstairs Bar)
Death of Charlie McGinley, father of Cathal, ES / Christine Moloney
It is with deep sadness that I inform you of the death of Charlie McGinley, father of our friend and colleague Cathal. Charlie passed away unexpectedly at home on 2nd June. He will be deeply missed, and lovingly remembered by his wife Dolores, sons Cathal, Aidan and Brendan, daughter Fiona, grandchildren Séan, Neil, Conor, Ronan, Darragh, Danny, Sarah, Arthur and Charlie; son-in-law Chris, daughters-in-law Mary, Anita and Martina, sister Rosaleen, brother-in-law Paddy, nieces, nephews, relatives, neighbours and friends.
May Charlie rest in peace. Reposing at his residence on Tuesday 7th June from 4pm to 7pm. House at other times, strictly private. Removal on Wednesday morning, 8th June, to the Church of the Resurrection, Bayside, Dublin 13. Requiem Mass at 10am followed by burial in Balgriffin Cemetery (ext).
Death of Colm MacLochlainn, father of Gile, Netw / Mary Peoples
It is with deep sadness that we must inform you of the death of Colm MacLochlainn. Condolences to his wife Hilda and children Ciaran, Niamh and Sorcha, his mother Fionnuala, brother Ian, sisters Kate, Nuala and Gile, loving grandaughters and daughter and sons-in law and extended family.
Reposing at his home on Tuesday, 7th June, 2022 from 5pm to 8pm. Service in Shannon Crematorium on Wednesday, 8th June, 2022 at 3pm, followed by cremation. Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to Milford Hospice, Castletroy, Limerick. May his memory be a blessing.
Death of Martin Brady, father of Nial, GT Dublin Bay/ Arnold Mahon
Sincere condolences to Nial and all the Brady family on the sad passing of Nial’s father Martin. Our thoughts are with Nial and his family at this difficult time. Funeral arrangements and details are on RIP.ie ( https://rip.ie/death-notice/martin-brady-belturbet-cavan/498090) Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.