Latest Hub News @ : 18/06/2018 14:22:36
Monday 18th June 2018 14:22
Death of Helen CLANCY, mother of Catherine Clancy ESB Networks / Jerry O’Donoghue
The death has occurred of Helen CLANCY, mother of Catherine Clancy ESB Networks CLANCY (Bishopstown and late of Schull, Co. Cork): On June 15, 2018, peacefully, at Marymount University Hospital and Hospice, HELEN (nee Hegarty), loving wife of Patrick and much loved mother of Ciarán, Sinéad, Catherine, Aoife and Colm and dear sister of Josephine. Sadly missed by her loving husband and family, sons-in-law Barry, Ciarán and Andy, daughter-in-law Eilís and Claire, her nine grandchildren, nephews, nieces, relatives and friends. Lying in repose at the Wilton Funeral Home, Sarsfield Road of Jerh. O’ Connor Ltd. Removal at 6pm on Saturday evening to the Church of the Real Presence, Curraheen Road. Requiem Mass at 12 noon on Monday. Funeral will take place privately afterwards. Donations in lieu of flowers to Marymount Hospice.
Stephen Hanna, Retired from Mailing Services, RIP / Dave Byrne
Stephen Hanna, retired from Mailing Services, RIP. Reposing Tuesday in Quinn’s of Glasthule from 5pm to 7pm. Removal Wednesday to the Victorian Chapel in Mount Jerome Crematorium arriving for a 3pm Funeral Service followed by cremation. Our thoughts and prayers are with Stephen’s family at this sad time.
John Scanlon is retiring /
After 41 years, John Scanlon has decided to retire from ESB and look forward to new challenges. John would be delighted to invite his friends and past colleagues to celebrate his career in ESB on Thursday 21st June in Searson’s of Upper Baggot Street from 17:30 onwards.
Please see a farewell note from John: “My 41 years in ESB started back in 1977 in the old Dublin North West District taking me on to Ballyfermot, Finglas, Fleet Street, Midland Generating Region, Ferbane Power Station, Poobeg CC Construction Project, Poolbeg Station, Demolition and Asbestos Project and finally Turlough Hill and Erne Stations. It has been a fantastic varied journey where I have met many great people who guided me along the way. Some have become lifelong friends. I would like to thank you all and wish you and the ESB itself the very best for the future. Take care, John”