Latest The Hub News @ : 24/05/2018 14:21:00
Thursday 24th May 2018 14:21
Thomas Haran RIP (brother of Paul Haran, Inventory Mgr. Supply Chain, Sligo. / Seamus Reilly, EAP Sligo
The death has occurred suddenly of Thomas Haran, Lavagh, Ballymote, Co. Sligo – brother of Paul Haran, Inventory Mgr. Supply Chain, Sligo.
Funeral arrangements as follows; Reposing at Perry’s Funeral Home, Collooney, Co. Sligo on Sat 26th May from 12 noon to 1.30 pm.
Removal for Mass of the Resurrection at 2 o’clock in St Fechin & St Lassara Church, Ballinacarrow, Sligo, followed by burial in St. Nathy’s Cemetery, Collooney.
Family flowers only, donations in lieu if so desired to Pieta House c/o Gerard Clarke, Funeral Director, Ballisodare, Co. Sligo.
Our Thoughts & Prayers are with Paul & his family at this very difficult time for them all. May His Gentle Soul Rest in Peace
Cyril Loughlin on a mission – please help! / Cyril Loughlin
On Wednesday, 30th May, I will be undertaking some research to see if the route from Malin Head to Mizen Head really is downhill:-) Over 80 cycling colleagues from my GAA club will be cycling the 650k route with me, over a 5-day period. It’s in aid of 2 charitable organisations, most notably Breast Cancer Ireland. You can view more details at this link and if you can spare a fiver or more I will be pedalling all the more earnestly in your honour. Many thanks in advance for any and all contributions which will be most appreciated! Malin to Mizen Cycle Fundraiser-2018
Retirement Celebration for Catherine Fallon / Patricia Brennan
After 40 years’ service, our good friend and colleague Catherine Fallon has decided to pursue new life adventures (definitely including lots of exciting world travel!).
Catherine would very much like for all her friends and colleagues to join in an informal gathering in the Waterloo, Baggot Street on Thursday 14th June 2018 (from 5.00pm).
Thank you from Syl O’Neill / Syl O Neill
On behalf of Ellen and myself a very sincere thank you to all my friends and colleagues who attended my retirement function in The Bailey, Enniscorthy last Friday Night 15th May.
To all my colleagues past and present who phoned, text and sent on cards over the past few weeks , all were very much appreciated.
I leave ESB with many great memories and great friends. I wish ESB continued success in the future and all who work there a “Safe and Healthy” workplace . The mobile number is the same so don’t forget to call me.
Thank you all, God Bless
Syl & Ellen