Latest Hub News @ : 15/06/2018 14:21:54
Friday 15th June 2018 14:21
Gerry Berrill (Avenue Road, Dundalk) is Retiring tonight! / Ann Hanratty Lynch
After 40 years of dedicated service to ESB, Gerry Berrill has decided the leave to building and depart to greener pastures, bunkers and fairways today, June 15th.
Gerry and his wife Isabelle would like to invite his friends and past colleagues to come to celebrate his ESB career this evening, June 15th, in The Mariner, 6 North Quay, Drogheda.
Jim Molloy (Leopardstown), Retires today, Friday 15th June / Noel Kavanagh
Jim Molloy retires after almost 39 years great service to ESB, which will be marked with a function in Bray Golf Club tonight, Friday 15th June at 8pm.
Jim has worked on the overhead networks both at home and abroad throughout his career.
In recent years he has managed the service alteration and new service works in Leopardstown. Jim’s presence and support in the Leopardstown Office will be greatly missed.
Reminder, Therese Farrell is running her last Payroll / Nuala Moloney
Therese Farrell is running her last Payroll and leaving ESB after 40 years. Therese has been the face and voice of Payroll over the last number of years and during this time has amassed a great number of friends and colleagues. Therese would like to invite these friends and colleagues to join her leaving celebration in McGrattans on Fitzwilliam Lane on Friday 22nd June from 5pm.
If anyone would like to be associated with Therese’s retirement presentation please contact Frank Brennan @ 26799
Irene Byrne @ 27746
Olive Halpin @ 27962
Reminder, Tommy Sheridan is Retiring / Eamonn White
After 38 years’ service Tommy Sheridan is retiring.
Tommy has made an invaluable contribution to ESB/ESBI across a number of roles and locations
Tommy joined the Civil Works Department of ESB in 1980, initially working on the design of Moneypoint Power Station, then working as a site engineer on the construction of the station. On his return from site, he worked in the Power Station Maintenance team of the Civil Works Department, focussing particularly on dam monitoring and dam safety across ESB’s portfolio of dams, moving to ESB International in 1989 when the Civil Works Department was incorporated into ESBI. This was followed by further stints on site on several major power station and substation projects, including a stint on the Phu My CCGT project in Vietnam. Since 2003 he has been in his current role in the Cables Team within Civil & Environmental Engineering where he has played a key role in the development of the team.
Please join us on Thursday 28th June at 16.00hrs where a presentation will be made in ESB International’s Dublin Airport offices. Following the presentation, please join us in the Radisson Hotel Dublin Airport to acknowledge Tommy’s contribution to ESB and wish him well in his retirement.
Anyone wishing to be associated with Tommy’s retirement presentation should please contact – Eamonn White (ESBI) 01 7038096
– Lorraine Brennan (ESBI) 01 7038334
– Finbarr Quigley (ESBI) 01 7038461
– Joe Nolan (ESBI) 01 7038018