18:19 PDT – It seems like the paddle went out – but it does not look like Dog is on the boat. He might have gotten another one, but one way or another … that's a damn good way to remember Beth.
Beth Chapman is reminded of her friends and family by a recent trip to Hawaiian waters … after her tragic death.
The wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter is commemorated on Saturday at Fort DeRussy Beach in Waikiki – where Duane and much of her family as well as some friends are present to say goodbye. The ceremony has just begun – Duane has appeared with other members of Beth's family. The scene is beautiful, if gloomy.
The service is held taking into account some Hawaiian customs A prayer is spoken while Duane and Co perform a paddle-out. It looks like prayer and song are in progress.
Dog also delivered a heartfelt speech and thanked those who came out to show respect to his wife … and to share why Hawaii was so special to her.
Based It is clear that Duane Beth's desire to make her duplicate memorials accessible to the public has been met . At the moment, it is a relatively modest audience, but it could grow if things go on.
A service in Colorado is still in the planning – Beth and Dog also had a home there.
TMZ has told the story … Beth died on Wednesday at a hospital in Honolulu, where she had been brought into a medically induced coma a few days earlier due to another asphyxiation emergency related to her cancer. She was 51 years old.
Duane turned to Beth's death in front of his home in Honolulu Humor. People even started to leave flowers at a temporary tribute near the house – it is clear that she was loved by the people there.
As we already told you … the network that spawned the two icons Duane and Beth, A & E, also gives the TV star of late reality a proper farewell The end of an In Memoriam segment broadcasts from its 4-hour "Dog the Bounty Hunter" slot for Monday's broadcast.
She leaves behind her husband and several children, stepchildren and grandchildren.