Duane Chapman Shares Latest Details about Beth's Second Memorial Service
Duane "Dog" Chapman has recently revealed the time and location of the second memorial honoring his late wife, Beth Chapman, who passed away from throat cancer.
The reality television star took to his official Twitter account to share the details regarding the memorial, which is set to take place in Aurora, Colorado, on June 13.
According to Dog, the service is scheduled to start at 2 P.M. at the Heritage Christian Center, with the doors opening an hour earlier.
A SECOND CHANCE FOR FANS TO BE THERE FOR BETH
This means that the memorial will follow the same format as the one that took place in Hawaii on Saturday, in which fans were able to say goodbye to Beth.
Besides the details of the funeral service, the 66-year-old bounty hunter also used the social media platform to share a very special and touching tribute to his beloved wife.
July 13, 2019 -— Duane Dog Chapman (@DogBountyHunter) July 1, 2019
Heritage Christian Center
14401 E. Exposition Avenue
Aurora, Colorado 80012 - Doors open at 1:00 Service starts at 2:00 pic.twitter.com/Htw4SKxDDl
TOGETHER IN LIFE AND DEATH
In the picture posted by Dog, he can be seen throwing flowers into the ocean as a tribute to Beth's memory, who appears to be hugging him from behind while sporting angel wings.
The image is a perfect representation of their relationship, as Beth was always Dog's main support system and the pillar that kept him calm and collected in the most difficult of times.
It can also be a hint that, even though Beth is no longer physically around, she will always be by her husband's side in spirit and that they will reunite someday.
This idea is reinforced by the words "Goodbye (for now)" that were added to the photo right above Dog and Beth. The picture seems to have been taken during Saturday's memorial.
SCATTERING BETH'S ASHES
It has been reported that, during the emotional ceremony, which was set up according to Beth's wishes, the Chapman family might have spread part of the 51-year-old's ashes in the waters of Fort DeRussy Beach.
The service is scheduled to start at 2 P.M. at the Heritage Christian Center, with the doors opening an hour earlier
While the rest of the people were distracted, Dog and his children allegedly paddled away and laid Beth to rest at the place she considered to be her favorite on earth.