Beth Chapman's family plans to memorize the late The Bounty Hunter star in a public gathering to honor her life in Hawaii. In a release release, her daughter Cecily and stepdaughter Lyssa Chapman, Beth's life at Fort DeRussy Beach in Waikiki, Hawaii on Saturday, June 29.
The gathering is set to begin at 2 p.m. with a Hawaiian 'Oli (chant), prayer and then a "paddle out" with family and friends.
to ocean life.
"Beth has two homes – Hawai'i and Colorado." I love Hawai'i the most, "she said," she wants to be true Hawaiian style, with aloha, "the press release reads. "
" Duane Chapman is finalizing plans for a memorial service in Colorado, and details will be shortly issued. "
The release explained that ' Oe means' you 'in Hawaiian and that's customary to say "Aloha' Oe" especially when saying goodbye. Hawaiians often sing at the end of a party, funerals, or when people are leaving the islands.
Previously, Beth's husband, Duane "Dog" Chapman, revealed to Hawaii News Now that the two planned separate events to honor one life in Hawaii and another in Colorado.
"We would like to do some sort of water paddle out, we know that for sure, "Lyssa Chapman said alongside her father.
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The A & E network, which aired Dog the Bounty Hunter during its run from 2004 to 2012, confirmed that it will honor Beth's memory with a marathon of episodes of Dog the Bounty Hunter airing Monday, with a special "in memory of" title card for the beginning of the episode.
"We are very saddened by the loss of Beth Chapman and our thoughts are with Dog and the entire Chapman family during this difficult time,
WGN America, Dog's Most Wanted in 2020, so shared a tribute to the late-reality star.
Speaking to Hawaiian press. "Beth's final moments in the hospital."
"One of the last things she said [was]'This is a test of my faith.' She had faith and then that, "he said. "Well, the last step, when you're dying." You get mad at them and then you go through all these steps is to accept it. Go Bethy. "
" She did it her way, there's some things [I can’t say]you know, I have a network and a contract, but there's some things that they've predicted that the doctors ended up saying, 'We've Never, ever seen anything like this, '"Duane said, referring to his WGN America reality show, Dog's Most Wanted so he stated. "She wanted to live so bad and she fought so long."