Latest Hub News @ : 05/05/2020 14:21:45
Tuesday 5th May 2020 14:21
Looking for your help in reaching 500 ROI based under 30 yr olds/ Jeffrey Walsh
Following the successful X_Potential initiative, the Amp! proposition moves forward. We want to hear from 500 lovely ROI based under 30 year olds to listen to – what are their view on energy now, into the future and how they would want to shape it.
500 is a big ask but we have confidence in the power of the ESB network! Also, there are 2 x €100 one4all vouchers up for grabs… sure why wouldn’t ya?
Short survey, 11 questions, 2-3 minutes max. Thanks a million – please share this far ‘n wide! Survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/M3F67TN
Death of Brigid Birt, mother of Hugh, EO, Cavan/Monaghan/
It is with deep regret that I advise of the death of Brigid Birt. May she rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers are with Hugh and his family at this sad time. Condolences can be left on RIP at the following link;
Death of Joe Mahon, father of Arnold Mahon (Poolbeg)/
It is with regret and sadness that I inform you of the death of Joe Mahon, father of Arnold Mahon (Poolbeg). May he rest in peace.
The death has occurred of Joe MAHON
Gurteen, Ballickmoyler, Laois / Ballickmoyler, Carlow
Joe Mahon of Gurteen, Ballickmoyler, Co. Laois, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, on May 2nd, 2020, at his home.
Beloved husband of Sarah, much loved father of Arnold, Eamonn, Joseph and John, adored grandfather of Cillian, Luke, Julia, Eamonn, Katie, Jack and Tomás and cherished brother of Seamus, Arnold, Vincent, Eileen, Maura, Kathleen, Vera and the late Eugene.
He will be sadly missed by his loving wife, sons, grandchildren, daughters-in-law Jenny, Mary, Maria and Sarah, brothers, sisters, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, uncle Paddy, nephews, nieces, relatives, good neighbours and friends. May Joe’s Gentle Soul Rest in Peace
Joe’s family understand and appreciate that people would like to offer their condolences. However, due to the current situation, all funeral arrangements will be private.
Those who wish to leave a personal message of condolence may do so in the “Condolences” section below. A celebration of joe’s life will take place at a later date
Retirement of John McNulty, CS Ballina/
John McNulty, Construction Supervisor, Ballina last working day with the ESB will be this Friday May 8th after 43 years of dedicated service. His official retirement date is September 4th.
John spent the vast majority of his career in the Swinford area, where he worked on a wide range of duties. He was part of the on-call rota providing excellent service to all the customers in this area.
Following the closure of the Swinford office John relocated to the Ballina depot. He was alway very willing to share his knowledge and experience with his new team members.
John played a key role in the pilot for the work planner and this was very useful in helping define the role.
In 2016 John was appointed Construction Supervisor for the Ballina PG where he managed a team of 29 staff, delivering a large number of work programmes.
John will now have more time to spend at some of the other things he enjoys such as gardening, walking, cycling and fishing.
All of his many colleagues and friend would like to wish John and his wife Margaret a long, healthy and happy retirement.