Beth Chapman's Daughter Bonnie Shares Ad Searching for 'Volunteers' for a Second Memorial Service
Bonnie Chapman posted an Instagram story, asking her followers for volunteers to help with her late mother’s second memorial in Colorado.
On June 26, news broke of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star, Beth Chapman’s, passing. It was announced that two memorial services would take place in Hawaii and Colorado -- both of which are states dear to the departed.
LOOKING FOR AID
The late reality star’s daughter, Bonnie Chapman, posted a notice through her Instagram story, looking for volunteers to “help out” for the second memorial in Colorado. The post showed a screenshot from Richard Moore, saying:
“Hi All! If you live in the Denver area and are interested in volunteering to help out with Beth Chapman’s memorial service in Aurora Colorado on July 13th please email me at email@example.com. Thanks!”
Duane “Dog” Chapman, Beth’s husband, announced the details of his wife’s memorial service through his Twitter account, noting that it will be held on July 13 at the Heritage Christian Center, Aurora, Colorado.
Beth died at the age of 51 on June 26, after battling throat cancer for years.
‘SHE WANTED TO LIVE’
After his wife’s passing, the Dog stood before the local press in Hawaii to explain what had happened to Beth and share a few things about his beloved wife, especially about her strong desire to live.
“Her way was to live. She wanted to live so bad, and she fought so long, and the reason she fought, she liked life, but she wanted to show people how to beat it and what to do when it got her,” he said.
IN WAIKIKI WATERS
During her public memorial service at Fort DeRussy Beach Park, a secret send-off for Beth, which was only made known to family, took place. The Chapman’s spread some of their family matriarch’s ashes in the waters of Waikiki, Hawaii, as she wished.
The late Chapman lived in Hawaii with her husband for years, after growing up in Colorado before. According to her husband, Beth would climb Koko Head Head mountain at around 5:30 am regularly.
Beth died at the age of 51 on June 26, after battling throat cancer for years. She was surrounded by family and friends, including her mother who flew in from the mainland and Dog who held her hand during her final breaths.