Eddie was Housemaster during my term in Roscrea. He was one of their greatest assets and no doubt will be sadly missed now that he has retired. I agree with many of the previous comments, he was humbl
theres not much more i could add but just he was a humble, genuine and fair man who carried out a unique unrewarding job financially and socially but did make a positive mark on my life. fair play ed
The most sincere, genuine man I have ever met. An example to us all. Ni bheidh a leithead ann aris.
If it makes any difference Eddie,sometimes we have to leave the school before we can appreciate the tremdous work you do, and the positive influence you have been on our charater.
possibly one of the finest human beings i have ever encountered. Past pupil 97
Ni bheidh a leithead ann aris. He was, he is, and he always will be the bricks and mortar of CCR. Roscrea would be absolutely nothing without him.
The most sincere man that has ever and ever will work in Roscrea. A pure gem. The place is nothing without Eddie O'Sullivan. You only realise it when you are gone.
Eddie O'Sullivan was a gent all through my time in Roscrea. Those boys who gave him hassle won't come to much in the future with attitudes like that
Anyone referring to the 2004 incident with praise should be ashamed!!It makes you look as stupid,as unpopular and ignorant as Dessie, King, Aussie and O'Brien.
I'm sure I wrecked your head at the time Eddie, but I hold you and your set of values in the utmost respect. Pastpupil97. Legend.
If Eddie O'Sullivan left Roscrea the school would close down...that is the reality no mattter how harsh it may seem.
A true Christian - he lives it out by being kind and respectful to everyone.
To have the respect of 300 hundred young lads despite every day jangling an omnipresent set of keys in their ears says it all. A holy man and great example.
Made my time in Roscrea very pleasant. A genuine, down to earth individual who bears no grudges and has no hidden agendas.
Your out on your own there boss...i think alot would happen if eddie left roz...the place would fall apart...its a pity that people havent grown up since 2004
So MOO boy, what are you doing with your life? I'm sure you've been a great success since you left CCR. Eddie does a tough job and does it well- what do you do
Over 20 years working long unsociable hours looking after 300+ adolescents for CCR wages yet still retains his sanity and sense of fair play. The man's a Saint.
The glue that holds the school together. The least he deserves is everybody's respect- he already has the majority's.
Very nice man. Committed to his work. Very old fashioned! Extremely religious- dunno why he didnt join the priesthood!
Fairest individual I encountered in the entire school. Your work is really appreciated Eddie, even if it may sometimes seem otherwise!
without eddie and the other part of the limerick mafia that is Mr.H CCR would cease both are poles apart but do the bussiness.
The college would fall apart without him. One of the most genuine individuals you will ever meet.
Treated everyone with respect, brillant person whom the school couldn't do without.
Having left CCR over 10 years ago, Am not surprised that Eddie is still going strong and being respected by the House. Keep up the good Work Eddie!
Without a doubt the nicest, most sincere man I have ever met. People don't realise what he does and has done for CCR..a legend if ever there was one
the most sincere man alive, unlike a vast majority of the other house masters there. pity he didnt understand teenagers at all, or at least pretended he didnt
has had a considerably positive influence in the formulation of countless students personalities,hard working,good natured, and increadibly patient
Very nice fellow,treated all the same from 1st year to 6th year.Very cool,hip and with it...
An extremely nice individual.His dedication to his job is commendable.