Three area men have been indicted on 10 counts of criminal sexual contact against a minor at an unnamed Red Bank eatery where they all had previously worked together, Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey announced.
Red Bank native and former longtime nurse for Fair Haven’s Dr. John Movelle, Eileen H. Poling Garvin, passed away on June 23.
Born in Red Bank, Eileen lived in Eatontown for 38 years. Eileen was a Freehold Regional High School Class of 1960 graduate, she enjoyed horseback riding, gymnastics, sewing and ice skating. After high school, Eileen went on to receive her L.P.N. from Princeton Hospital School of Practical Nursing.
She worked at Riverview Medical Center for five years before joining Dr. John Movelle’s practice in Fair Haven for 27 years and private duty jobs on the side.
She married Gerry Nevad in 1963 and had two sons.
In 1975 she married Jim Garvin and had a daughter. Eileen enjoyed traveling to visit family in Northwood N.H., Florida and Virginia.
Eileen was pre-deceased by: her parents, Gerard and Lillian Poling; her son, Todd Nevad; ex-husbands, Jim Garvin and Gerry Nevad; and niece, Danielle Russo.
She is survived by: son, Pete (Jill) Nevad; daughter; Kelly (Jay) Roman; four grandchildren, Matt, Josh, Nick and Sofia; Todd’s girlfriend, Florence (Pinky) Houston; sister, Linda (Nick) Russo; nieces, nephews and many cousins she adored.
A memorial gathering will be held Thursday, July, 8, from 4 to 7 p.m. with a service at 6:15 at Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her honor to the American Cancer Society or Monmouth County SPCA.
— Edited obituary provided by loved ones to Thompson Memorial Home