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July 05, 2019

Cecily Chapman Shares Throwback Pic of Late Beth in a Patriotic 'July 4th' Outfit

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Cecily Chapman recently paid tribute to America by posting several shots of her late mother, Beth Chapman, sporting red, white and blue clothing in past celebrations.

On Thursday, July 4, the grieving daughter decided to show the world just how much Beth loved the United States and how proud she was of being an American.

In one of the photos, Beth, who recently passed away after a fierce battle with cancer, can be seen smiling widely at the camera while wearing a red leather skirt and a flag-themed scarf around her neck.

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A PATRIOT THROUGH AND THROUGH

Ever since the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star passed away on June 28, her family has been posting numerous photos of her on social media to keep her memory alive.

These mementos have a special meaning, particularly to fans, who get to see sides of Beth that they have never seen before, including pictures of how she celebrated the fourth of July.

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Aside from the photo where Beth is wearing the scarf, Cecily also posted one where she is seen wearing a cowboy hat and an American flag shirt with all 50 stars across her chest, the same one shared by Beth last year.

The photos were well-received by her fans and followers, who admitted that they missed Beth and that they still can't believe she is really gone. 

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FONDLY REMEMBERED BY HER FANS

One Instagram user wished Beth a happy Fourth of July in Heaven, adding that she must have had a spectacular view of the fireworks display.

Others gushed over the photos shared by Cecily, describing Beth as a beautiful, smart and kind woman who was also a major force to be reckoned with.

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PEOPLE WILL HAVE A SECOND CHANCE TO ATTEND BETH'S MEMORIAL

A memorial for Beth was recently held at Fort DeRussy Beach in Waikiki, Hawaii, and was attended by her family as well as dozens of fans who showed up to pay tribute to her memory.

Beth's husband, Duane "Dog" Chapman, later revealed that a second memorial is scheduled to take place on July 13 in Aurora, Colorado, at the Heritage Christian Center. The doors will open at 1 p.m. and the service will start at 2 p.m.

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