Wesley Chapman's Wife Jodie Invites Everyone to Idaho after Celebrating Beth Chapman's Life in Colorado
On Saturday, the Chapman family gathered together in Denver, Colorado to have a Celebration of Life ceremony for the late Beth Chapman. Taking to social media afterward, a family member who attended challenged the rest of the Chapmans to visit her and her husband in Idaho.
Duane “Dog” Chapman’s daughter-in-law, Jodie Chapman, traveled to Colorado to attend the service for Beth Chapman. She attended the event with Duane’s son, Wesley Chapman.
On Sunday she took to social media to share some images from her visit and the ceremony. She also challenged the Chapman family to visit her home in Idaho.
In a Twitter post, Jodie extended her invite to Bonnie, Lyssa, Cecily, and Jamie Chapman whom she tagged in her post. She wrote: “Now it’s time for you all to come to Idaho.”
Her sister-in-law Lyssa was the first to respond to the message with by retweeting it with her reply above. She wrote: “Oh girl, careful what you wish for ...”
In the comments section, Jodie showed that she wasn’t willing to back down and replied: “Can’t wait …” In an Instagram post, Jodie wrote that she’d had a “special time in Denver celebrating the life of [Beth Chapman] with family, friends and fans."
She stated that the memorial service had been “beautiful & spending time with the family was much needed." Jodie and her husband record a podcast called Life With The Chapmans.
Her husband also founded a charity called A Human Project. On June 26, Beth passed away after battling throat cancer since September 2017.
A couple of days after her death, Duane hosted a small memorial in Hawaii where they also had a home. On Saturday, her family gathered again at Heritage Christian Center in Aurora, Colorado to host another service.
Beth's service was live-streamed on WGNAmerica.com and the network’s Facebook account to more than 20,000 people. In the comments section on social media, her fans paid tribute to her.
You can watch the more than 2-hour service here. Fans of the late reality star will get to see her again on Dog's Most Wanted.
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