Latest ESBNET News @ : 18/09/2017 14:19:02
Monday 18th September 2017 14:19
Anne Fitzpatrick RIP formerly of Legal Services /
The death has occurred of Anne FITZPATRICK
Beaumont, Dublin formerly of Legal Services
Fitzpatrick Anne (Beaumont Dublin and late of the ESB) September 15th. 2017 (peacefully) after a long illness, bravely borne, in the loving and tender care of the staff of St. Francis Hospice Raheny, beloved daughter of the late Philip and Carmel and dear sister of Phyllis, Charles and Hugh; sadly missed by her loving family , sisters-in-law, brother-in-law, nieces, nephews, grand-nieces, grand-nephews, relatives and friends. May She Rest in Peace
Funeral Mass at 10am on Wednesday 20th September in the Church of the Nativity, Montrose Park, Beaumont, followed by burial in Fingal Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations if desired to St. Francis Hospice Raheny
Bernie Comerford RIP Funeral Arrangements / Aine McGarry
The details for Bernie’s Funeral are as follows.
Reposing at her sister Liz’s home today and tomorrow from 4pm to 8pm.
Funeral Mass on Wednesday morning at 10am in St. James’s Church, James’s Street followed by burial in Palmerstown Cemetery.
There will be a bus departing Swift Square at 8.45 sharp on Wednesday morning and returning after the service.
Death of Bridget Casey mother of John Casey HVD&C Limerick / Clarie Quane
It is with regret I inform you of the death of Bridget Casey, mother of John Casey, Project Leader, HVD&C Limerick, who passed away this morning.
Funeral arrangements for Bridget Casey are as follows:
Reposing at Murphy’s funeral home Kilmaley on Tuesday evening from 5.30 to 7.30.
Burial on Wednesday in Kilmaley after 11 o’clock mass in St Johns Church Kilmaley, Co Clare.
Retirement of Paul Hickey, Head of Systems and Sustainability, ESB Networks / Denise Fannin
After a very distinguished 39-year career in ESB, Paul is taking inspiration from his most recent role and making the ‘smart’ (boom boom) decision to retire. Paul started his career at the top end of the voltages when he joined Transmission Department and with that experience, worked in both TO(D) and also on a number of overseas assignments including Saudi Arabia and a year in Bahrain. Having conquered transmission, he then moved down the voltage tree and joined Distribution Dept. in Osprey House in 1990 and from there relocated as ESM to the West Region in Limerick in 1993. When he returned to Dublin in 1997, he took up a role as the Employee Relations Manager for Networks, before moving out of the capital again as Customer Services Manager for the South East. He then managed the PR3 process as Regulation and Commercial Manager before subsequently becoming the National Operations Manager. Paul took up his current position of Head of Systems and Sustainability in 2014, managing ESB Telecoms Services, the Networks Property portfolio, Metering and Data services and both Smart Networks and the Smart Metering project.
Paul would like to invite his current and former colleagues and many friends to a function to mark his retirement in The Epic Restaurant in The Grand Canal Hotel, Dublin 4 at 6.00pm on Thursday 21st September.
Anybody who would like to make a contribution to Paul’s retirement presentation should contact Denise Fannin on 5th Floor in Clanwilliam House (ext: 26632).
MD, ESB Networks.