Latest The Hub News @ : 06/08/2019 14:22:46
Tuesday 6th August 2019 14:22
Dave Collins, funeral arrangements / Morgan Kennedy- EAP
The sudden death occurred on Fri last of David Collins, Rockfield Park, Maynooth, Co. Kildare & late of Lucan & Walkinstown, Dublin, August 2nd 2019, at his home, deeply regretted by his loving wife Karen, daughter Heather, beloved dog Zoe, extended family and a large circle of friends. Funeral arrangements as follows;
Reposing at his home on Wednesday from 5-8pm. Removal on Thursday at 10.30am to arrive at St. Mary’s Church, Maynooth, for 11am funeral Mass, followed by burial in Laraghbryan Cemetery, Maynooth.
Our Thoughts & Prayers are with his wife Karen & daughter Heather at this very difficult time. May His Gentle Soul Rest in Peace.
Phil Davis, RIP mother of Peter Davis, GT / Padraig O’Hiceadha
It is with deep sadness that I’m informing you of the death of Philomena (Phil) Davis, mother of our colleague Peter, Strategy & IT, Generation & Trading. Our prayers are with Peter and his family at this sad time.
May her soul rest in peace.
Reposing in Lanigan’s Funeral Home, 21, Beaumont Road on Wednesday from 4pm to 6pm. Removal on Thursday morning to the Church of the Holy Child, Swords Road, Whitehall arriving at 9.45am for Funeral Mass at 10am
Annual Tom Waldron 5km run/walk / Eoin Waldron
The Annual Tom Waldron 5km Run/Walk in aid of Protect the Children of the World charity will take place on Tuesday 13th August at Claremorris Athletic Track. • Date: Tuesday 13th August
• Venue: Claremorris Athletic Track
• Registration is from 6:30
• Run/Walk starts at 7:30
All money raised on the night goes towards the Protect the Children of the World charity. This is a locally run charity which operates in Kitui, Kenya and works to remove children from forced child labour by supporting them through education programs.
More information on the work carried out by the charity can be found at http://protect-children.ie/index.html
Impact of new vocational training centre in Ngong, Kenya /
Click https://electricaid.ie/2019/08/06/electricaid-supports-learning/ to see the impact of the new vocational training centre in Ngong, Kenya. Thanks to the support of ElectricAid, more locals can avail of an eduction.
Tom Shiels is retiring / Colm Ó Raghallaigh
Tom Shiels is retiring on Friday 9th August 2019 after 40 years of dedicated service to ESB.
Tom would like to extend an invitation to all his friends and colleagues, past and present, to join him and his family in celebrating his retirement from 6pm on Friday 9th August 2019 in McGrattan’s Bar, 76 Fitzwilliam Lane, Baggot Street, Dublin 2. Please contact Jimmy Milne, John Fitzgerald or Colm Ó Raghallaigh on the 3rd floor in Swift Square for further details, or if you would like to be associated with Tom’s retirement.