Latest Hub News @ : 02/04/2019 14:20:39
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 14:20
Death of Joe Carr’s mother /
The death has occurred peacefully of Johanna (Joan) Carr late of St. Oliver Plunket Road, Kells, in the loving care of her devoted family & wonderful caring staff of Woodlands Nursing Home Navan, on the 31st March 2019.
Reposing at her residence tomorrow, Monday, 1st April, at 4pm until 8pm, Tuesday 2nd April, from 4pm until 8pm. Removal on Wednesday 3rd April, at 11.30am to arrive at St. Colmcille’s Church, Kells, for funeral Mass at 12 noon, followed by burial in St. Colmcille’s Cemetery. House Private Wednesday morning.
Family flowers only, donations, if desired, to Kells Day Care Centre, c/o Brian Curran Funeral Director.
Joan will be fondly remembered as a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, a woman of deep faith in God who attended daily Mass until her recent illness. She loved attending the local Day Care Centre in Kells and attended the weekly bingos and card games, where she enjoyed the company of her many friends. She will be fondly remembered and missed by family & friends.
Joan was predeceased by her husband Paddy and will be sadly missed by her loving sons and daughters Thomas, Padhraig, Mary, Joe, Patsy, Pauline, Gus, Monica, Martin, Margaret, eleven granddaughters, ten grandsons and one great-grandson, sons-in-law, daughters-in-law, nephews, nieces, brother-in-law Johno, sister-in-law Mary, extended family and friends.
May Joan’s gentle soul be embraced in the loving care of God. May She Rest in Peace
Funeral Notice of William McKiniry former Limerick Saff /
It is with regret that we have learned of the death of our former friend and colleague William McKiniry Rosbrien Limerick. Funeral arrangements as follows:
Reposing at Cross’s Funeral Home Wens 3rd April from 5pm with removal to St Josephs Church O’Connell Avenue at 6pm.
Requiem mass on Wens at 11.30 with burial afttewards in Mount St Lawrence (Old)Cemetery.
May he rest in peace.
Reminder – Retirement of Des Hickey / Colm Bolger
After a 38 year career in ESB Head Office security services Des has decided now is time to pass the baton on to the next generation. Over the years Des has become the face of security across the Head office estate and in that time he has made many long standing friendships. Des would like to invite his current and former colleagues to celebrate his retirement with him upstairs in McGrattans Fitzwilliam Lane on Friday the 5th April If you would like to be associated with the presentation to Des please contact: · Sylvia McGilloway Main reception Two Gateway.
· Frank Graham security central station Two Gateway.
· Colm Bolger 2nd Floor 42 Merrion Square
· Pat Stack 2nd Floor 42 Merrion Square
Thank you from Liam Molloy /
To all my friends and colleagues
A big thank you from my family and I to everyone who made my retirement function last Thursday such an enjoyable and memorable occasion. In typical ESB style, it was a marvellous send off.
It was a pleasure to meet so many of my colleagues who I worked with over the years and those who have retired to the esteemed club which I have now joined.
Many thanks for the presentation on the night and the calls and messages of best wishes I received.
I leave ESB with great memories of the people I worked with and our achievements over the years. As I said on the night, I am very grateful for the opportunities that ESB has given me over my career, and in particular the opportunity to meet and become friends with so many marvellous and talented people. Wishing you all every success and best wishes for the future. Liam Molloy