On Friday 5 February those committee members who were available to attend and a few ex-committee members who had had transplants hosted a lunch in the King Edward Building to mark Professor John O’Grady’s retirement. It was a very pleasant occasion and was attended by our four consultants as well as Dr Michael Callender, Prof. O’Grady and Dr Michael Heneghan, who is taking over from him.
It was decided that our group should mark the professor’s retirement and our founder Kay Duffy presented him with a momento bearing the O’Graduy coat of arms. He responded by saying how grateful he was for our support over the years and wished the group every success going forward. Our President, Gordon Cave, responded on behalf of the group.
Here are a few pics from the day.