Latest The Hub News @ : 23/01/2020 14:21:55
Thursday 23rd January 2020 14:21
Bart Cox, RIP, father of Michelle, CS /
It is with great sadness that we have heard of the death of Bart Cox , Father to our friend and colleague Michelle Mc Cabe ( nee Cox ) Electric Ireland
Funeral Arrangments below : Reposing at his home on Friday 24th from 5pm to 7pm. Funeral Mass at 10am on Saturday in The Church of The Sacred Heart, Killinarden, followed by cremation in Newlands Cross Crematorium. Family flowers only please. Donations in lieu to The Irish Lung Foundation. Donation box in church. Our thoughts are with Michelle and all her Family at this difficult time.
Martin Walsh, RIP, father of Anthony for ex-ESB Portlaoise / Sean Finnegan
It is with great sadness that we heard about the death of Martin Walsh, father to our colleague Anthony Walsh and formally of ESB Portlaoise.
Reposing at Keegans Funeral home (Portlaoise) from 6 pm on Thursday with rosary at 8 pm. On Friday removal from his residence to arrive at SS Peter and Paul’s church for 12 noon requiem mass. Interment will follow in SS Peter and Paul’s cemetery.
Myles O’Sullivan, RIP, brother of Gerry, ESB Networks Waterford /
The sudden death of Myles O’Sullivan (brother of Gerry O’Sullivan, ESB Networks Waterford) ) has occurred today 22nd January, 2020. The funeral arrangements are as follows:
Reposing at Power’s Funeral Home Ferrybank Waterford on Friday 24th January, followed by Requiem Mass on Saturday 25th January at The Sacred Heart Church Ferrybank Waterford. Our sympathies are which Gerry & his family at this time
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Changing lives through education in Tanzania, check out #electricaid’s latest project report on our website, our current funding round is open until 12 February, if you know of any projects at home or abroad please get in touch mailto:email@example.com – https://electricaid.ie/2020/01/23/building-a-brighter-future-in-tanzania/
Don Palmer & Paul Farrell are retiring / Don Palmer
Happy new year to all you workers / still employed in ESB. After 23 and 39 years respectively, Paul Farrell and Don Palmer (ESB International) are retiring.
To mark our departure Paul & Don would like to invite our friends (good, bad and indifferent) and colleagues to join us on the 7th February from 5:30 onwards in Doheny & Nesbitt in Baggott Street.