Lyssa Chapman Shares Photo of Dog's Family Reuniting Ahead of Beth’s Second Memorial Service
The photo showed the family reuniting before the memorial, and it had the bounty hunter, Duane “Dog” Chapman, Cecily and other close relatives. A large number of the group wore black, and some of them managed to smile for the camera despite their pain.
Lyssa’s followers loved the family reunion, and they expressed their condolences, writing that they hope that the family finds peace in the memories of Beth, as there’ll never be another person like her. They described the deceased as a special lady who’ll always stay in their hearts.
Lyssa, since the demise of her stepmother, has honoured her with tributes on social media. Earlier this month, she shared three epic throwback photos on her Instagram story, showing her younger self and the late TV star.
In the first, the mum-of-one who revealed that she was about 17-year-old at the time, had the deceased's arm around her in an affectionate hug, and in the second, the duo leaned their heads against each other, smiling.
The third had Beth standing alone in a green vest, black top, trousers, and handbag of the same colour. Her blonde curls hung loosely around her shoulder, and she looked larger than life.
The Chapman family had earlier organised a memorial service for their matriarch at Waikiki, Hawaii, and Lyssa shared a photo from the event on Instagram.
The photo showed her daughter walking hand-in-hand with Duane, and in the caption, the Hawaii businesswoman described the experience as a bad dream she wants to wake up from.
The bounty hunter added that she was still reeling from the shock and asked her followers to pray for her family as they lost their “Strongest member.”
The Hawaii resident equally shared a video on Twitter showing her and Beth playing a trick on Duane and a fellow bounty hunter, Tim. The memorial service for the deceased took place at the Heritage Christian Center, Aurora, Colorado.
The late reality star and her husband are both from Denver, and the memorial was a way to say goodbye to Beth in her home state.
The memorial began by 2 pm and those not in Colorado participated live via the WGN America and “Dog Most Wanted” Facebook page.