Latest The Hub News @ : 04/04/2019 14:20:57
Thursday 4th April 2019 14:20
Thank you from Liam Molloy /
To all my friends and colleagues
A big thank you from my family and I to everyone who made my retirement function last Thursday such an enjoyable and memorable occasion. In typical ESB style, it was a marvellous send off. It was a pleasure to meet so many of my colleagues who I worked with over the years and those who have retired to the esteemed club which I have now joined.
Many thanks for the presentation on the night and the calls and messages of best wishes I received.
I leave ESB with great memories of the people I worked with and our achievements over the years. As I said on the night, I am very grateful for the opportunities that ESB has given me over my career, and in particular the opportunity to meet and become friends with so many marvellous and talented people. Wishing you all every success and best wishes for the future. Liam Molloy
Death of Christina Flynn – Mother of our friend and colleague Christy Flynn Mailing Room HO /
It is with great sadness that I advise you of the death of Christina Flynn (nee Benson) Mother of our friend and colleague Christy Flynn Mailing Room Head office. Funeral arrangements as follows
FLYNN, Christina (nee Benson) (Late of East Wall, Blackhorse Grove and Ballybough House) 1st April 2019 (peacefully) in the care of the staff of Beaumont Hospital. Wife of the late William and loving mother of Christy, Chrissie, Margaret and William. She will be very sadly missed by her family, sister Annie, brother Christie, sons and daughters-in-law, grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces and nephews, extended family, neighbours and friends. Rest in Peace.
Reposing in Jennings Funeral Home, Amiens Street on Wednesday afternoon from 4pm until 6pm. Removal on Thursday morning to St. Agatha’s Church, North William Street arriving for 10 o’clock Funeral Mass followed by burial in Glasnevin Cemetery. Our thoughts are with Christy and his Family at this sad and difficult time.
Retirement – Sean Monks (Naas) – Reminder / Noel Kavanagh
Sean Monks pulls his last cable on Friday 5th April after a 39 year Career in ESB. Sean started on May 12th 1980 in Kylemore Road, moved to Tallaght, Leopardstown, and is currently in Naas depot. Sean has worked in overhead line crews and in cable crews. Sean has worked with many colleagues over the years and gained many friends. There is a function scheduled for Friday evening (April 5th) in Boomers Pub, Woodford, Clondalkin at 8pm for Sean colleagues, current and past, to celebrate Sean’s career and share a few stories. There will be a presentation made to Sean and anyone wishing to be associated with that presentations can contact Derek Kavanagh (Leopardstown), Alan Gannon (Naas), or Jimmy Bermingham (Naas).