Fans Ask Duane Chapman to Stream Beth’s Second Memorial for Those Who Can’t Afford to Attend
Fans of reality TV star and Bounty Hunter, Duane "Dog" Chapman, have asked him to stream his late wife, Beth Chapman's second memorial which is set to happen.
The Bounty Hunter, who lost his wife on June 29,2019, to throat cancer, has since then honored his late wife with a memorial in Oahu, Hawaii.
He is set to have the second one in Colorado on July 13, 2019. The upcoming service is to "tuck her in, tell her goodnight, for she sleepeth...," he tweeted.
Following the information, fans are requesting for a live stream of the memorial.
"Will there a live stream of the service? It's very important to me that the memorial service be live streamed as I can't financially afford to be there in person, someone tweeted."
Will there a live stream of the service? It's very important to me that the memorial service be live streamed as I can't financially afford to be there in person. Thanks.— James Brown (@jameshcbrown) July 1, 2019
While many fans are still asking that their live streaming request be granted, others poured in their condolences to Chapman and shared how his late wife inspired them one way or the other.
I know my post will get lost in the many condolences you've been getting but I have to tell you that if it wasn't for meeting you and Beth I would still be lost and angry over my mom's passing. She inspired me with her strength and kindness. I'll cherish her words forever— Susan Winnie (@SueWood1973) July 1, 2019
Agreed as a lot of us r unable to be there when our beautiful angel Beth is tucked in. Ohana dog, please don't leave us behind. We the dogpound ask that we join family, friends and fans to tuck her in and lift the family up in prayer as we join our hearts to send her to bed. 💖💖— Mysteriously Unnamed (@angeleyes_1974) July 1, 2019
Beth passed on at the age of 51 from a long battle with throat cancer. She died after she was put in a medically induced coma.
The reality star died on June 26 by 5:32 am as revealed by a heartbreaking tweet from her husband. According to a close source who spoke to PEOPLE, Beth was surrounded by her loved ones as she took her last breath.
Even in death, the love between Duane and Beth is undeniable.
People have asked me.. What is something fans do not know about Beth... Here you go ❤️ @wgnamerica Marty Singer, Amy Weiss, Andrew Brettler @LelandBChapman @icEciLy @BabyLyssaC @dakotadog808 @Fast156 @theRealJaneBond pic.twitter.com/Om808KKV9k— Duane Dog Chapman (@DogBountyHunter) June 27, 2019
DUANE AND BETH'S LOVE STORY
One time, Beth shared on how she met Dog. According to her, it was love at first sight after the Bounty Hunter came to her rescue. In an A&E Dog the Bounty Hunter interview, Beth explained that she had been wrongfully arrested for trying to shoplift lemons and called a lawyer who directed her to Dog.
When she went to sign her paperwork, she set her eyes on Dog who she described as "blonde bombshell."
She soon realized she wanted to be his woman and signed up to become a bail bondsman to spend more time with him.
They tied the knot on May 20, 2006, in Hawaii. For this two, even death cannot do them apart.