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Friday 27th January 2017 14:26


Retirement of Pat O’Brien, HV Delivery & Contracting, ESB Networks. / Bríd Griffin
After a short 44 years Pat has decided the time has come to leave ESB, and give more time to his family and many interests in the world outside.
In 1973, Pat started his career in ESB as an Apprentice, and since then has worked in many parts of the organisation. Having started in the Stillorgan District, he has worked in Generation Department, Distribution Department (now Asset Management), ESBI, and Dublin South.
For the past 15 years, Pat has worked in the HV organisation, ESB Networks. His knowledge, experience, manner and character are all what made Pat to be a great Project Leader, one of the best, responsible for some of the largest and important HV Stations projects on the east coast and Dublin.
I’d like to thank Pat for his dedicated service over the 44 years, and wish him, and his family, every happiness and wellness in his retirement – his last working day being 22nd February.


Death of Helen Campbell RIP, Mother of Patricia, Dundalk. /
The death has occurred of Helen Campbell R.I.P, beloved Mother of Patricia Campbell, Project & Fixed Asset Accounting, Dundalk. May she Rest in Peace. No funeral arrangements yet.
We extend our deepest sympathy to Patricia and to her family at this sad time.

Death of John (Sean) Ryan, brother of Bridget Coffey / Ann Mulkeen
The death has occurred of John (Sean) Ryan, brother of our friend and retired colleague Bridget Coffey, ESB Networks, Rosbrien, Limerick. Requiem Mass on Thursday 26th Jan at 11am in the Church of Our Lady and St John, Carrigaline. with burial afterwards to Rockvale Cemetery, Newport, Co. Tipperary arriving at 2:30 approx. May He Rest in Peace.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Bridget and her family during this difficult time.

Funeral Arrangements for Charlotte Rose Byrne, beloved daughter of Amanda Stringer, ESB Telecoms Ltd /
It is with regret that I inform you of the death of Charlotte Rose Byrne, daughter of Amanda Stringer, ESB Telecoms Ltd
Ratoath, Co. Meath and Dublin. Peacefully in her 2nd year in the loving care of her family and the wonderful staff of the ICU at Temple Street Children’s Hospital. Beloved daughter of Andrew and Amanda, beloved granddaughter of Seamus and Deirdre Stringer and James and Olive Byrne, beloved niece of Tracy, Emma, Sarah, Joe and Danny and beloved cousin of Emma, Hannah, Sarah and Olivia Belle. Sadly missed by her family, Millie, relatives and neighbours. Funeral arrangements as follows:
Funeral Mass on Monday morning, Jan 30th, at 10am in the Church of Our Mother of Divine Grace, Ballygall Road East, followed by burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to the Temple Street Hospital Foundation, Temple Street, Dublin 1 or at May she Rest in Peace
Our thoughts and prayers are with Amanda and her family at this very difficult time.

Gabriel Ryan RIP, Roscahill, Galway. /
The Death has occurred of our colleague and friend, Gabriel Ryan formerly of ESB Projects, Galway.
Resposing at Aiseiri, Church Rd,Moycullen, Galway today Friday from 5 pm – 7pm. Funeral mass on Saturday at 12 Noon in Killannin Church, Rosscahill, Co Galway. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. May his gentle soul rest in peace.

Events & Launches

If you wish to book your accommodation for the Sligo Walk taking place on Saturday 20th May contact the Sligo Park Hotel on 071 9190400 – The hotel will hold rooms for walk attendees until 8th February, after that date rooms will be sold on first come first served basis. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Health & Wellbeing /
Have a healthy breakfast
Winter is the perfect season for porridge. Eating a warm bowlful on a cold morning isn’t just a delicious way to start your day, it also helps you to boost your intake of starchy foods and fibre, which will give you energy and help you to feel fuller for longer, stopping the temptation to snack mid-morning.
Operation Transformation’s Free Porridge Day takes place on Saturday 28th January
Operation Transformation is teaming up with Irish oat producer Flahavan’s to give away 200,000 500g packets of oats this Saturday, 28 January. That’s enough free oats to make three million servings of porridge! See attached for more information.

Promotions & Offers

Wine Tasting Evening by Clontarf Wines / Ronnie Carraher
Clontarf Wines presents a wine tasting evening with Irish Times’ wine critic John Wilson On: Tuesday February 7th
At: Clontarf GAA Club, Seafield Road.
From: 7.30 to 9.00
Cost: €30 per person – this includes a copy of John’s new book “2017 Wilson on Wine. The Wines To Drink This Year”
This is a chance to spend an evening tasting and chatting about some wonderful wines from John’s new book. For more details or to reserve a place contact us by: Phone: 01-8533088
Clontarf Wines. 48 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3.