Beth Chapman's Second Memorial Service Sees Her Family Arriving in Colorado

The Chapman family are in Colorado to say goodbye for the second time with a memorial service of their late matriarch, Beth Chapman.

The Chapmans' have arrived in Colorado for the second memorial service of their late matriarch, Beth Chapman.


Lyssa Chapman shared the news with a post on her Instagram account. She wrote alongside a photo of the late reality star, “We are here mom,” ending it with a heart-shaped emoji.

The simple words evoked a lot of emotion among Lyssa’s followers, and they took to the comments section to once again express their sadness at Beth’s demise. One follower wrote that this is the first time a celebrity’s death has meant so much to a lot of people and described the late TV star as one of a kind.

Another wrote that the deceased was so beautiful, full of faith, and an inspiration to many, while others expressed their condolences on the pain the Chapmans are going through.


Lyssa, since Beth passed has shared several tributes on social media; after the first memorial in Hawaii, the 32-year-old businesswoman wrote that she was having a hard time accepting that her stepmom is gone.

The memorial service is at the Heritage Christian Center, 14401 Exposition Avenue, Aurora, Colorado 80012, on Saturday, July 13. The doors of the center will open from 1 pm, but the service will commence from 2 pm to 4 pm, and it’s open to the public. 

It will be streamed live on the WGN network, and the official page of “Dog Most Wanted” on Facebook.


The Chapmans’ released a press statement on the memorial service which also contained an obituary on the deceased’s life and career.

Born on October 29, 1967, Beth’s full name is Alice Elizabeth Smith, a native of Denver, Colorado. Her father was Gary Smith, a baseball player for the Kansas City Athletics, a major league team.

The late TV star met her husband, Duane “Dog” Chapman when she was 18, and the two dated for sixteen years, before getting married in 2006. Beth worked in the bail bond industry for years, and became a household name from starring on the hit show “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” 

Before her death, the reality star shot “Dog's Most Wanted” with Duane and the show will air later this year on the WGN network. The deceased left behind her husband, children, stepchildren, grandchildren, and one great-grandchild.  

Beth lived a full life, and the love story she shared with Duane is one that happens once in a lifetime.

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