Maddilynn A. "Maddi" Boultinghouse, 4, of Rock Island, Illinois passed away on Aug. 3, 2014, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center from injuries received in an accident.
Rock Island Police say the girl and her mother stepped into traffic and were struck by a sports utility vehicle. Police say that no traffic charges or criminal charges will be filed against the driver. There were no details about the mother’s injuries.
Maddi was a free spirit who loved adventures. She was fond of being outdoors, where she could enjoy the animals and bugs. Maddi also liked dinosaurs and princesses. She knew no strangers and was loving and giving. Her caring spirit lives on as her organs were donated so that others may live.
“A screen actor is compensated in the knowledge that millions will see his performance at one time, where only hundreds will see will see it on the stage.” ~Bela Lugosi
- “Dracula” (1931)
- “The Black Cat” (1934)
- “Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein” (1948)
- “Son of Frankenstein” (1939)
- “Plan 9 from Outer Space” (1959)
- “White Zombie” (1932)
- “The Wolf Man” (1941)
- “The Raven” (1935)
- “The Ghost of Frankenstein” (1942)
- “Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman” (1943)
- “Murders in the Rue Morgue” (1932)
- “The Invisible Ray” (1936)
- “Bride of the Monster” (1955)
- “The Body Snatcher” (1945)
- “Mark of the Vampire” (1935)
- “Glen or Glenda” (1953)
- “Scared to Death” (1947)
- “Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla” (1954)
- “The Return of the Vampire” (1943)
- “The Devil Bat” (1940)
- “Invisible Ghost” (1940)
- “Island of Lost Souls” (1932)
- “The Corpse Vanishes” (1942)
- “The Dark Eyes of London” (1939)
- “The Phantom Creeps” (1939)
- “Old Mother Riley Meets the Vampire” (1952)
- “Black Friday” (1940)
- “The Ape Man” (1943)
- “The Black Sleep” (1956)
- “Bowery at Midnight” (1942)
- “The Gorilla” (1939)
- “The Death Kiss” (1932)
- “You’ll Find Out” (1940)
- “Chandu the Magician” (1932)
- “One Body Too Many” (1944)
- “Voodoo Man” (1944)
- “Night Monster” (1942)
- “Black Dragons” (1942)
- “The Return of Chandu” (1934)
- “The Mystery of Marie Celeste” (1935)
- “Spooks Run Wild” (1941)
- “Zombies on Broadway” (1945)
- “Ghosts on the Loose” (1943)
- “The Mysterious Mr. Wong” (1934)
- “The Black Camel” (1931)
- “Shadow of Chinatown” (1936)
- “Night of Terror” (1933)
- “Return of the Ape Man” (1944)
- “The Thirteenth Chair” (1929)
- “Murder by Television” (1935)
- “Ninotchka” (1939) |
We are please to announce the formation of the Jack Beasley Foundation which has been set up in the loving memory of Jack who was sadly taken in a senseless act of violence in December 2019.
In honour of his memory, the family and a close group of friends have decided they want no other parent to experience the pain and grief they currently are living through and want to dedicate their efforts towards making necessary changes to the current youth laws, youth safety and more importantly putting together an education platform to teach the country’s youth’s about the dangers, repercussions and the snowball effect a single act of violence like this to one person has on the lives of so many.
Please jump on, like and share our Facebook pages and Instagram (website to launch soon) and stay tuned as we ensure Jacks legacy will make positive changes in youths lives moving forward and the community as a whole.
I gotta admit, we’ve been blessed with some pretty amazing people in our lives..Thank you so, so much for this beautiful gift, caught me so off guard. Nikole, you couldn’t have picked a more perfect pic, it’s my absolute favorite of Grandma & I taken the night of her 86th birthday ♥️ it means so much to me. I hold it close to my heart. With this, it’ll really always be right there! Funny, no matter what angle I turned the camera, to the left of Grams there’s a rainbow 🌈. When I looked at the pendant by itself & turned it in the light, its not there. I guess that means Grandma loves it too..♥️ I can’t thank you enough for doing this for me, it means more than I could ever explain.. #friendsthatarefamily#ourangel#ilysmgrams#imy#alwaysinmyheart#elaban#blessed#memoriesforever#gonebutneverforgotten
This post is very heavy . A life taken so young so beautiful to soon. A friend a daughter a lover and I blessing I got to meet her and take these wonderful pictures of two best friends. Times of laughs and what a true friendship is about. Ashley would still be here if that person that killed her did not drink and drive.
Wake up everyone. She was taken to young and Angel in heaven now. Godbless & PLEASE DON'T DRINK & DRIVE
This was the last photo we took together. Today you would have been 49! Happiest birthday Au! I wish you were still here with us and that we could be celebrating it together. I still feel sad that you were snatched from us too soon but I think that I will never stop feeling this way. I remind myself each time that deep sadness creeps into my heart that it was all part of a bigger plan and that our Lord God is always in control of ALL things, both the good and the bad and that I must just trust. So I will force a smile today no matter how difficult because I know you are celebrating with a million angels up there. Until I see you again in heaven baby Sis, know that you are deeply missed and will be celebrated for the life you had here on earth. I love you. ❤️🎂🙏🏻 #happybirthdayau#mybabysis#gonebutneverforgotten#imissyouau
Sooooo I tried to stay up until midnight for this one...I guess I'm going to have to shout this out a little earlier 😘 Screaming and Hollering Happy Birthday to my Queen who had the voice of an angel and the most beautiful smile I have ever seen! People knew her to be the kindest person they have ever met...She would give you her last and wouldn't except anything back in return💯...I miss talking to her because I know she would give me the "real talk" I needed...Love you Mommy #itsthesupremequeensbirthday🥳🥳🥳🥳 #dopestmomever#mymommydearest#gonebutneverforgotten#shelivesinme#istrivetomakeherproud
Elliana Cobb, 6, Boonville, Indiana passed away on January 18, 2020 after when she was walking when a tree fell on her.
Elli was a sweet friendly little girl full of sunshine, smiles, silliness and jokes. The minute she woke up she was happy and ready to start playing with her best friend/sister Maci. She easily made new friends and wanted to have playdates with them, often involving anything with jewelry, make up, fashion or barbies and LOL dolls. Elli often wore cat headbands and enjoyed singing…she wasn’t shy at all. In fact, she wanted to have her own YouTube channel because she enjoyed making lots videos of herself. She belonged to Girl Scouts Troop #677 and danced at Thrive Dance Studio where she showed off her natural talents and playfulness as a sassy little entertainer.
It's been a while since I have done an introduction, and we have some new faces following our Journey. So for those that don't know our full journey here it goes.
My name is Mirian or better know as "Darlyn's Mommy" along with my hubby Edgar have one beautiful daughter in heaven. During a 16 week scan at our Obstetrician's Office we found out Darlyn had an issue. We were referred to a high risk pregnancy Dr. Better known as a Perinatologist. We then found out that Darlyn had Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia. We were explained in detailed of her diagnosis. As you can imagine our lives were turned upside down immediately.Suddenly, we had that big cloud over our heads, with so many questions.
We were given our options and the prognosis for some of these babies with CDH. We decided to continue our pregnancy and not terminate it. I was monitored very closely by Dr. Tamara Hatfield. At 27 weeks due to threat of premature labor I was put on bedrest at St. Joseph Hospital for 7 weeks. Darlyn was born on April 9, 2017. I went into Preeclampsia and had to deliver her via emergency c-section.
Four days after birth she underwent her first of what would be a series of surgeries to repair her left sided hernia, unbeknownst to her amazing surgeon at CHOC Children's @secretlivesofsurgeons, Dr. Peter Yu once Darlyn was in the operating room she surprised us all. She had bi-lateral Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia with a series of other abnormalities. Congenital Diaphragmatic hernia occurs when the diaphragm muscle-the muscle that separates the chest from the abdomen fails to close during prenatal development, and the contents from the abdomen (stomache, intestines and/or liver migrate into the chest.
Darlyn also had a non-functional esophagus hiatus Hernia, spinal abnormalities, and duodenal atresia. At 8 months old Darlyn again surprised us all and developed hydrocephalus. Although, you would have never known that by looking at her.
Darlyn never came home from the hospital, she gained her Angel wings on March 23, 2018. We were by her side when she took her last breath. We now, honor her and remember her. We give back to the place we call her home CHOC Children's.