Latest The Hub News @ : 23/05/2018 14:21:28
Wednesday 23rd May 2018 14:21
Death of Dympna O’Neill wife of Ollie O’Neill Mullingar / Nuala Nestor
The death has occured of Dympna O’Neill, wife of our recently retired colleague Ollie O’Neill, EO Mullingar. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ollie and his family at this time.
Reposing at her home on Bratty Road, Castlepollard, on Wednesday, May 23rd from 4pm to 9pm, followed by prayers. Removal to St Michael’s Church, Castlepollard on Thursday, May 24th, arriving for 12 noon Funeral Mass. Burial afterwards in St Michael’s Cemetery. Family flowers only please. Donations, if desired, to St Joseph’s Young Priests Society, care of Cassidy’s Funeral Directors, Castlepollard
Health, Safety & Wellbeing
Be considerate to your colleagues – Parking / Katalin Wallner Dear ESB colleagues in Gateway,
Can you all please make an effort to park your cars between the lines, both in Polefield and the basement. We have limited parking places so it is very rude and inconsiderate towards your colleagues to take up two places or park right on a line and it can cause unnecessary stress. Especially on busy days like this. I know everbody is in a hurry and can be late for a meeting or there is a deadline to finsh something in that very morning, but please be nice to each other. Yours sincerely, A colleague
Gerry Berrill (Avenue Road, Dundalk) is Retiring. / Ann Hanratty Lynch
After 40 years of dedicated service to ESB, Gerry Berrill has decided the leave to building and depart to greener pastures, bunkers and fairways on June 15th.
Gerry and his wife Isabelle would like to invite his friends and past colleagues to come to celebrate his career in ESB on June 15th in The Mariner , 6 North Quay , Drogheda. Those who would like to be associated with Gerry’s presentation can contact: David Kinghan, Ext 32628, Avenue Road, Dundalk
Darren McCann, Ext 32774, Avenue Road, Dundalk
Emmett Finnegan, 0870506213, Navan
Ann Hanratty Lynch, 32651, Avenue Road, Dundalk
James Foley – Retirement / Sarah Claxton
The inimitable James Foley is leaving the building! James is hanging up his boots after a long and colourful career encompassing Waterford, Accounts and HR, Business Services and Corporate, culminating in his fantastic and successful 15-year stewardship of ElectricAid and later, the Energy for Generations Fund. He made so many friends (and probably a few others!) along the way, at every level in the company. We’ll all miss his wit, camaraderie, tall tales, and commitment to the cause.
James’ farewell is in Clontarf Rugby Club, Castle Avenue, at 5.00 pm on Thursday 31st of May, and as with so many ElectricAid events – you’re all invited!
Anybody who would like to make a contribution to James’ presentation, please contact Sean Walsh Corporate Centre or Niamh O’Neill BSC.