Latest Hub News @ : 20/08/2018 14:22:15
Monday 20th August 2018 14:22
ESB Defined Contribution (RetireSmart) Pension Scheme Trustee Election / ESB Pensions On 31st October the three member elected DC Trustee term of office will finish
As the Scheme is independent from ESB the role of the Trustee is to manage the scheme for the sole benefit of its members.
The elected Trustee term of office is 4 years, with Trustees attending 4 to 8 half day meetings per year.
If you are interested in becoming a Trustee please follow the below steps:
1) Email Pensions@esb.ie to request a nomination form by Monday 3rd September.
2) Ensure the nomination form is signed by 10 RetireSmart members. This is required to validate your nomination.
3) Forward your completed nomination form to ESB Pensions by Monday 17th September 2018. ESB Pensions
Note: You must be a member of the Defined Contribution (RetireSmart) Scheme to enter the election.
Death of Bridie O’Connor, mother of Denis O’Connor ESB Networks and Mary O’Connor ITS /
It is with deep regret that I inform you of the death of Bridie O’Connor, widow of the late John C. O’Connor, Power Generation, Cahirciveen and mother of Denis O’Connor, ESB Networks, Tralee and Mary O’Connor, ITS, BSC. For details of arrangements please see RIP.ie.
Death of Mairead Connors ( Wife of John ESBN Loughrea ) /
It is with deep regreat that I have to inform you of the passing of Mairead Connors. Wife of our college John ESBN staff Loughrea.
Reposing in ST. Mary Morgue ( Tuohy’s funeral home )Woodford from 4pm to 7 pm on Saturday 18th August.
Furenal mass at 11am in St. Joseph’s Church, Ballinakill, Burial in Curra Cemetery. May she rest in peace.
Volunteers wanted – Barnardos National Collection Day /
The annual Barnardos National Collection Day takes place on Friday 14th September.
Barnardos urgently need generous volunteers to help with bag-packs and street collections in towns across the country.
By volunteering for just 1 – 2 hours you could contribute up to €100 to Barnardos and help end the nightmare that is child poverty.
More info from Barnardos:
“Tonight 1 in 9 children in Ireland will go to bed scared and hungry because they are living in poverty. Childhood is short, yet the experiences we have shape the adults we become and the lives we go on to lead. Children living in poverty spend their childhood on the margins, excluded from many things that are considered basics in society, the things that every little boy and girl deserve.
With your support Barnardos can be there for these children and ensure that they leave our programmes with more confidence and on an equal footing with their peers, giving them the best chance at a happier and healthier life.
If you can spare an hour or two on Friday 14th September please get in touch today on 01 708 0418 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to hear what’s happening in your community and how you can get involved.”