Full Cast & Crew

Contribute to This Page

The Hitman's Bodyguard
A student who completes the required courses with an overall average of C may receive a Certificate of Completion in Business General. Henry worked as a mechanic for Sur Gro Plant for many years. The Hitman's Bodyguard 6. August 21, Full Review…. Students who are under age 24 must provide proof of independence. Audible Download Audio Books. Janie was a loving, caring, generous person who always put others ahead of herself.

Who Should Apply

Grant Program

He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Irene, his son Steven, his brothers Leonard, Lyle and sister Lois Wiseman. A visitation at Prugh-Dunfee Funeral on September 6 from 1: Francis Hospital in Maryville, Missouri. He departed this life August 18, at his home in Grant City, Missouri. In Buddy married Marilyn Marie Farmer.

Buddy worked for a time for Herzog of St. After retiring due to poor health, he spent his remaining years visiting friends and stripping copper wire.

He was found Thursday morning, August 18, at home in his chair with wire still in his hands. Memorial Services will be 1: Inurnment will be at a later date in the Redding Cemetery, Redding, Iowa.

He served in the U. Don spent most of his life in Worth County where he logged and farmed with his brother. Ayr, IA as Store Manager from He retired from Hy-Vee in after 30 years of service. Don is survived by his two children: Memorial contributions can be made to Grant City Lodge Marion Joel "Bud Maudlin. She preceded him in death in Bud was born, lived and died on the family century farm north of Grant City. Besides farming his own land he did custom work all over Worth and Gentry counties.

Bud served in the United States Army from Bud loved a good joke and enjoyed time with family and friends. He loved cooking and giving recipes to his daughters to make for him. He also loved watching birds from his kitchen window, hunting and hosting deer hunters. Children and pets were drawn to him and he was a surrogate dad and grandpa to many of all ages and walks of life.

Also preceding Bud in death were his parents; 2 sisters: Clida Fletchall and Doris Burns; 6 brothers: He is survived by 4 children: Pastor Len Green will officiate. Thursday at the funeral home. Janice was united in marriage to John Fleming on Christmas Day They made their home in Colorado and became the parents of four children. After the death of her husband in , Janice moved to Missouri to live with her daughter and son-in-law, Patricia and Lee Mincy.

Janice was a patient and loving person who was always helpful and kind to others. Memorial Service will be at Inurnment will be at a later date in her beloved mountains beside her husband John and son Jimmy in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery, Evergreen, Colorado. He passed away July 10, at the age of Charles graduated from Grant City High School in He was a hand scaper for Northwest Missouri State University. Charles was preceded in death by his father, Clinton H.

He is survived by his two children: Visitation will be 6: Rosalie Hart was born April 29, in Mt. She passed away July 9, in Maryville, Missouri at the age of Rosalie was united in marriage to Roland Keith Hart on December 26, She loved living on the farm, gardening and worked hard canning and providing for her family and enjoyed sewing and embroidery.

She was an excellent cook. Rosalie was a kind person, always putting others first, she always had a positive comment. She spent much time picking out just the right card and picking out the right wording for each card she sent. She loved her children and grandchildren, Crystal, Carrie, Kara, Christi and her great-grandchildren, they were the sunshine of her life.

Rosalie was preceded in death by her husband Keith, parents: She is survived by 2 children: Funeral Services will be 3: Visitation will be one hour prior to service. Allen Fletchall passed away on July 7, after a brief illness. He was born July 2, in Worth County, Missouri. He was the son of Gordon and Mildred Rowen Fletchall. He worked most of his life as a heavy equipment operator.

In , Allen married Venita VanHoutan. To this union 4 children were born: Randy, Marsha, Kevin and Lora. The couple later divorced. Allen spent his retirement years as an independent equipment operator and working on his acreage in Grant City, Missouri.

He enjoyed being outdoors and going to auctions. He was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters: Janis Newcomer and Cleta Ahrens, two brothers: Gerald and Jerry Fletchall and one granddaughter: Surviving are his four children, two sisters: Margie Conard and Faye Heintz, brother Kenneth Fletchall, numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

Graveside Services and interment will be She passed away on May 29, at her home in Grant City, Missouri following a courageous battle of a lengthy illness. Pennie worked for Johnson Control in Abany, Missouri for over 20 years.

She was a dedicated mother. Pennie was preceded in death by her parents: She is survived by her brother and caregiver Delbert Stevens Jr. Memorial Services will be A private inurnment will be at a later date at the Isabelle Cemetery near Allendale, Missouri. He died at 8: He graduated from Grant City High School in He married Bonnie May Deardorff on May 25, To this union were born: Debra, Max, Carol, Cindy and Karla.

Jerry and Bonnie resided in Clearfield, Iowa, raising their family. Jerry worked for Ewalt Farms, Spurrier Oil Company and was a self-employed mechanic before his retirement. Allen and Kenneth Fletchall of Grant City, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Preceding him in death were daughter Debra Booher, grandsons: Gordon and Mildred Fletchall, brother: Interment will be in the Knox Cemetery in Worth, Missouri.

Wednesday May 3, at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers memorial can be made to the family in care of the Prugh-Dunfee Funeral Home. She started school in Elm Creek, Nebraska and in her family moved to a farm near Nodaway, Iowa where she attended country school. They later moved to a farm near Blockton, Iowa where she graduated in Norma attended Northwest Missouri University in earning 60 hours of college credit to be a teacher.

Years later she was invited to a school reunion of her country school students. She was queen for a day. On February 7, she was united in marriage to Gerald William Green and they made their home on a farm west of Athelstan, Iowa.

To this union 3 children were born, Jerry, Sherry and Terry. In later years they became licensed foster parents. The door was always open and many nieces and nephews spent many summer hours at their house where there were many special memories made.

Norma loved to sew and many family members wore the clothes she made including many red cowboy shirts with white fringe. Also many cowboy shirts for parades along with assorted wedding attire and prom dresses. She passed that love on to her daughter and other young ladies by teaching sewing as a 4-H leader. She also taught cooking classes as a 4-H leader and later taught Sherry how to make her famous raspberry jam along with her crabapple and apple butter.

When she started having grandchildren and great-grandchildren they received many of her homemade clothes, blankets, and afghans. She loved crocheting bead socks. Another specialty was giving home permanents. Many Sunday afternoons were spent with various family members getting perms. When her children were older she returned to her love of helping children learn as a teachers aide and substitute teachers with the Sheridan and Worth County schools.

Upon retirement she became a full-time go-fer, helping move from field to field, going for parts and taking lunches to the field.

Her crocheting was the main stay in the truck as she never knew how long she would be at the field with her guys. She was preceded in death by her son Jerry; brother Robert; parents: Her smile and generous ways will live in our hearts forever. Thursday, April 27, at the Blockton Christian Church. Interment will be in the Athelstan Cemetery near Blockton. Donna was united in marriage on June 25, to Gene Thompson. She worked for McDonnel Douglas for 11 years and retired in Surviving are her children: Donna was preceded in death by her parents, a brother and sister, her husband Gene in and her daughter Theresa in Donna fought a courageous battle with cancer for 2 years.

She will be sadly missed by family, friends, relatives and a host of friends. Interment in Kirk Cemetery in Allendale, Missouri. Visitation one hour prior to service. She got her name from her two older sisters.

She was a beautiful but shy young lady. As a teenager she was a baby sitter to nieces, nephews and various neighbors in the area. In addition, throughout many stages of her life, she would also take care of various nieces and nephews for extended periods of time.

She lived in the Northwest Missouri region most of her life. When the three older boys were younger Kenneth worked in St. Joseph during the week. Dorothy stayed behind on the farm where she grew a garden, raised chickens and milked cows. In addition, she hunted squirrel to put meat on the table. They made the decision to sell the milk cows. Eventually the family settled on the current farm in Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents: James and Ella; her husband, Kenneth; son, Stephen; sisters: Archie, Paul, Marion, John and David.

Her family was everything to her. She was a loving wife, mother, aunt, mother-in-law and grandmother. She befriended almost anyone who walked through her door. Dorothy could not pass up a garage sale. She always found a spot in her home for a pretty bowl or an unusual clock. Another passion she had was cooking.

No matter if it crawled, walked, flew or swam, if it could be caught she would cook it. She cooked three meals a day. Many came at dinner or supper time, knowing that they would be fed an amazing meal.

Her pride and joy was her grandchildren and their husbands: She thought the world of her son-in-law Kirby Landes. She enjoyed the special bond and never lost touch of her former daughter-in-law Rose Hunt. She welcomed the company of daughter-in-law Jane, step-grandchildren: Scott, Ronald, Ray, Hallah and Joshua and step-great grandchildren: Alivia Nicole and Amerah Rose.

Although her life ended on this earth, her real life began when she met her Lord on April Interment will be in the Kirk Cemetery in Allendale, Missouri.

She passed away April 21, in Kansas City, Missouri at age of She enjoyed helping Ed in his cabinet shop in Grant City. She loved her dogs, you would see her in the yard playing with them and taking them for walks.

Ed preceded her in death in Also preceding Mary Jo in death were her parents: She is survived by brothers: Funeral services will be 2: Interment will be in the Grant City Cemetery.

Patsy Jo Pat Hoech Mercer. She graduated from Warrenton High School in To this union three sons and one daughter were born. She enjoyed cooking, sewing, camping and nearly always with a smile and few complaints even with the pain she endured in later years. Pat always enjoyed visiting with friends she worked with and was in the Jolly Janes Extension Club until her death. She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Grant City, MO and was active in many activities including church secretary, pianist, UMW and several other activities there during her life.

Visitation will be held Sunday, from PM at the funeral home. Services will be held on Monday, April 24th at Burial will be at the Grant City Cemetery following the service. He passed away April 18, in Grant City, Missouri. Lane Michael was the most spirited little guy in the world.

Everywhere he went he always made some kind of lasting impression or a new friend. He had the most beautiful smile and contagious laugh. His favorite thing to do was to feed cows at the farm with his mom. He loved helping his grandma and tractor rides with his grandpa. He was a very smart little boy and could do anything he put his mind to. Lane loved his brother and sisters, mom and Big Daddy Warren more than anything in the world.

Memorial services will be 2: Visitation will be from 1: He enlisted in the Marines on November 6, He served during World War 11 and received an honorable discharge on December 12, He married Arlene Summers on March 25, To this union two sons were born.

Jim and Arlene lived in numerous places but settled in Grant City for most of their lives. He had a Sewing machine business on the square in Grant City. He went into construction working in the asphalt plant. Later he started his own business of insulating and painting homes.

Interment in Grant City Cemetery. Memorials can be made to Worth County Fire Department. Another brother, Ival Weddle, is deceased. After serving in the Army during the Korean Conflict, he returned to Worth County and owned and operated a service station in Grant City. In , Buford returned to the rural environs he loved, this time to a small farm in Nodaway County, MO. He and his wife Wilberta moved to rural Ravenwood, MO in , where he helped his son-in-law farm for several years.

He was a great dancer and fantastic roller skater—he met his future wife at the skating rink in Mount Ayr, IA. He loved to take his family camping and fishing. He always had a huge garden in his backyard in Kansas City, keeping his rural roots alive. He invested much time and a good part of his soul in the Weddle Reunion and the Weddle Campground outside Allendale.

His family was his pride and joy. He leaves behind a host of nieces and nephews, cousins and friends. Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p. Services will be at 10 a. Interment will be at the Kirk Cemetery in Allendale. She passed away March 26, in Council Bluffs, Iowa at the age of Wilma was married to Dale Moutray. He preceded her in death. She loved people and especially kids. She enjoyed gardening and crocheting. She was also preceded in death by daughter Sandra Moutray, parents, 3 brothers: Austin, Verlin and Willis Black; and 4 sisters: She is survived by daughter Jackie Moutray of Council Bluff, Iowa; 1 grandson; 3 great-grandchildchildren; and 2 sisters: Interment will be in the Oxford Cemetery near Parnell, Missouri.

Helen June King Dye. She was born February 11, in Grant City, Missouri. She married Harold Dye on April 5, They had one daughter, Carol Ann Mullen. There will be no visitation or service.

Private burial will be in the Honey Grove Cemetery. Ann Hope Schilling Waldeier. She taught at Martinsville, Sheridan and Grant City for 30 years. She loved to substitute teach in Grant City and Mt. Ayr, IA after her retirement in He survives of the home. Additional survivors include her two children: She passed from this life on March 22, peacefully, surrounded by her family, at Northwest Medical Center in Albany, Missouri.

Sandy was united in marriage to David Findley on October 12, She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, friend and caregiver. She enjoyed gardening, hunting, the beach and spending time with her family. Memorial Services will be 7: No scheduled inurnment at this time. Robert worked for the railroad as a railroad tie layer. He also worked for MFA.

Left to cherish his memory are 3 daughters: Ben Lang of Worth, Missouri, 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Robert will be missed by all who knew and love him. Interment will be in the Bethel Cemetery near Grant City. Open visitation anytime after noon Thursday, March 23, Rita Kay Olne y. Rita loved spending time at the family farm with her husband, sister, and beloved pet Minnie. She loved animals but Minnie held an extra special place in her heart.

She enjoyed gardening and did a lot of canning. She also loved to cheer on some of her favorite basketball teams which include: She also enjoyed reading mystery novels and completing puzzles.

Rita was preceded in death by her parents; grandparents Lewis and Ruth Canaday and A. S and Elizabeth James; sister, Patty; and Minnie. She will always remain admired for the devotion she displayed to her family. She will forever be held in our hearts and will be dearly missed. Family will be present 1 hour before the service. A lifelong resident of Harrison County, he raised cattle and hay. He was preceded in death by his parents. He was baptized and came to know the Lord at Allendale Baptist Church.

Visitation is one hour prior to the service. Burial will be at the Isabelle Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions to the Isabelle Cemetery. To this union 5 children were born. She preceded him in death on October 27, She preceded him on October 25, Cloyd farmed in Northwest Missouri. He was a member of the Allendale Baptist Church. Also preceding him in death were 2 infant daughters: Brenda Diane and Glenda Joy; infant son: Barry Duane; his parents; and brother: Joely Diane Matt Francis and 4 great-grandchildren: Pastor Darrell Darby will officiate.

Interment will be in the Kirk Cemetery near Allendale, Missouri. Visitation will be They then moved to the family farm, east of Parnell where she was a lifelong homemaker. Joan was preceded in death by her parents; her husband of 57 years in and her granddaughter, Traci Mullock. She was an active member of the Parnell United Methodist Church. She enjoyed sewing, reading, cake decorating and time with her family and friends. Visitation will be held Friday, January 27 from P.

Celebration of Life services will take place at Shirley Anne Thompson Allee 79 was called home, surrounded by her children and husband, on January 14, after a long battle with cancer.

Shirley grew up and attended school in Parnell until the age of 15 when a young man was driving by her home, saw her in the yard, and decided to marry her. To this union, four children were born. Shirley and Doy lived in the Plattesdale school house for a few years before moving to Nebraska with three small children where they lived in a stock trailer, while Doy trained horses at various racetracks.

Shirley enjoyed being a homemaker during these nomad years. Aside from her family, Shirley had many hobbies. They were also active members in the churches they attended through the years. They loved to play cards with their good friends, the Cooks and Wilkersons. It was not uncommon to see Shirley and Doy, along with the Fishers, playing at any area music show, the Senior Center, in church, or at The Nation. A talent and love that was enjoyed by so many. Preceding Shirley in death were her parents; grandson, Travis Wayne Allee; brothers-in-law: Joyce Coffey of St.

Joseph, MO, and Bonnie Sanders of Maryville, MO; 16 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild; numerous nieces and nephews and many friends. Mary Louise Hunt McCormick. Ayr to be near her brother and sister in Mary Lou loved singing and dancing and music in general, particularly Elvis Presley who she once met. She always had great affection for her caregivers and Dr. Mary Lou had a deep and abiding faith in her Lord Jesus, and wherever she lived, kept symbols and pictures nearby to remind her of his ever presence.

She passed from this life under a picture representing Him. She is survived by her sister Estelle Hall of Mt. Ayr and several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and many nieces, nephews and friends. She will be missed. Mary Lou did the best she was able. Interment will be in Middlefork Cemetery near Redding, Iowa.

Tyler Lane "Maynard" Miller. He passed away from this life on Friday, January 6, at Albany Hospital after a courageous battle with esophageal cancer. A friend to anyone who knew him, he was always quick to offer words of wisdom and wit, especially gifted with movie quotes.

Maynard has always had a warm heart and strong religious beliefs, even from a young age. He was self-employed at MM Graphics of Grant City where he enjoyed designing T-shirts, logos, and signs for businesses and groups near and far. He was actively involved in the Masonic Lodge.

On Saturday nights in the winter months, you find him playing pool and sharing stories with friends at the Allendale Poolhall, where he resided. Visitation will be on Monday, January 9 from John graduated from High School in Bellflower, California, in , and dedicated many years to helping others after disasters struck their communities, spending in time Kauia following Hurricane Iniki, as well as many others.

Ian Alexander and Jarrett Rhys. Navy in , the Hargraves made their home in Grant City, where John practiced beekeeping, carpentry, was an avid hunter and enjoyed canoeing and kayaking, all while raising his sons and enjoying life to the fullest. He is survived by his wife, Lisa, of the home; two sons: Ian and Jarrett; two stepsons: A private inurnment will be at a later date.

McKenzie, known as monkey and pumpkin, attended Worth County R School and was in 4th grade and loved it. She loved to play with her brothers and sister, riding her bike and playing outside. She loved to ride in the tractors and combines with her dad and his coworkers. She loved everyone she met. She is also survived by maternal grandma Julie Straight and fiancé Sam Schneider of Worth, Missouri; maternal grandpa Mike Straight and fiancé Kathleen Goines of Villisca, Iowa, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by paternal grandmother Leslie Deardorff; maternal great-grandparents; Melvin and Olive Hubbard, maternal great-grandfather Willard Straight and maternal great-great-grandparents, Nobel and Mardell Straight.

Funeral Services were Pastor Dirk Buffington officiated. Interment was in the Barnes Cemetery in Worth, Missouri. She departed this life October 19, in Maryville, Missouri. Maxine lived in and around Sheridan most of her life. Maxine married Arthur Ray in and they had one son Larry who is deceased. Arthur passed away in Elby passed away in Funeral Services will be at Visitation will be from Interment will be in the Luteston Cemetery, Sheridan, Missouri. He was born February 13, in Boone, Iowa.

Justin was a proud member of the Diagonal Maroons playing sports and in the band. His true passion was playing basketball where he helped his team make it to state in and In Justin spent several months recovering from an automobile accident.

During his recovery he found his Lord and Savior. He made a decision to further his faith by attending and graduating from Rhema Bible College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was an avid sports fan, very knowledgeable in sports trivia. A true competitor Justin loved playing games and winning every time One Way or Another!! Celebration of Life will be at 2: Officiating the services will be Pastor Doug Brunell.

Visitation will be at 1: Frank married Merna Beers on June 30, They farmed near Grant City. She survives of the home in Grant City. Also surviving step children: A memorial service will be held at a later date. Some parts of this page won't work property. Please reload or try later. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

Full Cast and Crew. The world's top bodyguard gets a new client, a hit man who must testify at the International Criminal Court. They must put their differences aside and work together to make it to the trial on time. Ryan Reynolds , Samuel L. Michael Mando Teases 'Spider-Man: Share this Rating Title: The Hitman's Bodyguard 6.

Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Learn more More Like This. The Golden Circle The Secret Service Never Go Back Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Amelia Roussel Ryan Reynolds Michael Bryce Tsuwayuki Saotome Vladislav Dukhovich Rod Hallett Professor Asimov Yuri Kolokolnikov Edit Storyline With his reputation in tatters after a painfully unsuccessful delivery of a distinguished Japanese client, former triple-A executive protection agent, Michael Bryce, two long years after the disgraceful incident, is now reduced to a mere second-class bodyguard for hire.

The hitman vs the bodyguard, boring vs bold, cool vs covert, cautious vs chaotic, social vs silent, logic vs luck. Hitman or bodyguard, they get the job done. Edit Details Official Sites: Edit Did You Know? Trivia To shoot the scenes in Amsterdam the streets around the famous Rijksmuseum were closed for several days. The result was the biggest traffic jam ever in the city and chaotic scenes on bike lanes.

Goofs The helicopter leaving the hospital would not have been red and white in the Netherlands. The right color is bright yellow. Quotes [ first lines ] Man on Phone: I trust the pickup ran smoothly.

No stops till the exit point. Crazy Credits "Moby Dick" is listed among the safety divers. Connections Featured in Projector: Add the first question.

On Dvd & Streaming