Latest Hub News @ : 03/01/2020 14:21:23
Friday 3rd January 2020 14:21
Death of Michael Venables, father of Daire Venables EMP Dublin/ Declan Furlong
It is with regret that I inform you of the death of Michael Venables, father of our friend and colleague Daire Venables, Engineering and Major Projects Dublin.
Funeral arrangements as follows:
Removal on Monday evening (Jan. 6th) from the Kirwan Funeral Home, Fairview Strand to Church of Our Lady of Victories, Ballymun Rd, arriving at 5.30pm. Funeral on Tuesday morning (Jan. 7th) after 10am Requiem Mass to Glasnevin Crematorium. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu, if desired, to The Irish Cancer Society.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Daire and his family at this difficult time.
RIP Notice: https://rip.ie/death-notice/michael-venables-glasnevin-north-dublin/409146
Paul Farrell & Don Palmer are moving on to pastures new / Don Palmer Happy new year to all you workers / still employed in ESB
After 23 and 39 years respectively, Paul Farrell and Don Palmer (ESB International) are retiring.
To mark our departure Paul & Don would like to invite our friends (good, bad and indifferent) and colleagues to join us on the 7th February from 5:30 onwards in Doheny & Nesbitt in Baggott Street.
Reminder – Michael Quigley retirement celebration/ Padraig O hIceadha
Just a reminder – as we start 2020 with good resolutions after our Christmas cheer – that Michael Quigley is retiring and that Michael would like to invite his colleagues to celebrate his career and retirement in the Greyson, 41 St. Stephen’s Green on Thursday, 9th January at 17:30 – everyone is welcome.
Michael’s colleagues are organising a presentation to mark his retirement. If you would like to be associated with the presentation you can do so by contacting Maureen Ferguson (38427) EMP, Dublin Airport or Elisa Grace, Generation & Trading, Gateway (26368).
https://thehub.esb.ie/Noticeboard/Pages/Noticeboard.aspx?ID=3385 / Caitriona McCann
After many years of service to ESB Pauline has made the decision to retire and move on with the next chapter in her life.
Pauline started in Fleet Street and worked in many of the shops before moving to South Lotts Road.
To mark her departure Pauline would like to invite her friends and colleagues to join her on the 10th January at 5pm in The Chophouse.
If you would like to contribute to her collection please contact Caitriona McCann, South LottsRoad Ger Brennan, Leopardstown Road or Therese Doherty, Finglas We wish Pauline the best in her retirement.