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Monday 10th June 2019 14:21


The death has occurred of Patricia O’Sullivan (née O’Connor), Carrigaline, Cork, Sister of Eddie O’Connor / The death has occurred of Patricia O’Sullivan (née O’Connor)
Carrigaline, Cork. Sister of Eddie O’Connor – Civil & Environmental Engineering.
O’SULLIVAN Patricia (Patsy) (nee O’Connor, late of Carrigaline and former proprietor of BishopsCourt Residential Care). On June 6, 2019, peacefully in the excellent care of all doctors, nurses and staff in Ward 5B Cork University Hospital after a long illness bravely borne.
Sadly missed by her loving husband David, daughter Sarah, sons Robert and Luke, son-in-law Kevin (Crowley), and grandchildren Anna and Erin. She will be deeply missed by her sister Bernie (Lombard), brothers Edward, Denis and Tim (O’Connor), brothers-in-law Alan (O’Sullivan), Willie (Lombard) and Pat (Morgan); sisters-in-law Gabriel (Morgan), Catherine and Teresa (O’Connor), and Caroline (Fennell), as well as all of her extended family and friends.
Lying in repose at the Wilton Funeral Home, Sarsfield Road of Jerh. O’Connor Ltd. Removal at 4.30pm on Saturday to The Church of the Holy Spirit, Dennehy’s. Requiem Mass at11.00am on Monday. Funeral afterwards to the Island Crematorium, Ringaskiddy, Co. Cork. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu to Irish Lung Fibrosis Association. May she rest in peace

Health, Safety & Wellbeing

Tripping Hazard on-route to Polefield Car Park / Jim Murphy
Many thanks to one of our colleagues who recorded a Good Catch in relation to a potential tripping hazard on the route from Gateway to the Polefield Car Park.
The tactile paving slabs are fitted very badly on the footpath crossing point at the pedestrian lights near Lidl. As this is not an ESB workplace issue, our colleague has logged the incident with Dublin City Council who will carry out repairs in due course.
In the interim, please be aware of this hazard and inform any colleagues or visitors, particularly those who may have a visual impairment.

People Leaving

Retirement of Ray Aherne, ESB Networks / Walter Keady

Retirement of Ray Aherne, Fleet, Tools & Equipment, ESB Networks
After more than 40 years of service, Ray Aherne has decided to hang up his PPE and focus on his passion for writing!
Over his years in ESB, Ray has made many friends while working in Civil Works Dept., Manpower Department, Central Stores, Dundalk, Cavan, HR Networks and finally Fleet Tools and Equipment.
To celebrate his retirement, a function will be held in the Grand Canal Hotel, Upper Grand Canal Street, Dublin 4, on Thursday 20th of June at 5.30pm.
Ray would like to invite his many current and former colleagues and friends from across ESB to join him on the night.
Anyone who would like to make a contribution to Ray’s presentation, please contact one of the following: John Norton, Broomhill Rd, Ext 43807
Maurice Kean, Wilton, Ext 54371
Sean O Connell, Cavan, Ext 32518