Chapman spoke in tears to local reporters about the love of his life, which lost its battle against cancer on Wednesday at the age of 51.
"When she had an attack, I knew nothing else than to say 'in Jesus' name and hold her," he said. "And when I said" in Jesus' name, "she said," Say it again, say it more. "
Chapman said she then told her family," I love you, "and" Are you all well? Do not worry, "but she never accepted that."
Beth Chapman was recently given medical attention to her and her husband were the stars of a successful reality show that recorded the adventures of their family-owned bounty hunter and aired from 2004 to 201
He shared the news of their disclosure on social media.
"In It's 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she wakes up to climb Koko Head Mountain, "he tweeted." Just today, she walked up the stairs to the sky. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side. "
The couple married in 2006 and raised 12 children, two of whom were together.
Daughter Bonnie Chapman tweeted that she never thought that she would lose her mother at the age of 20
"I'll never forget you, Mom. You were such a strong woman, and you taught me to be strong all the time, "she said tweeted," you were strong for everyone and taught me that it's okay to let go. "
Lyssa Chapman, who in The reality show turned up and is known to viewers as "Baby Lyssa," tweeting her father's announcement about her stepmother's death, "Beth, we love you."
She also shared a photo of a makeshift memorial to Beth Chapman, which contained some of the late-reality star artwork.
"You're welcome to bring flowers," wrote Lyssa Chapman.
"We thought we would follow them Bringing home, "said Lyssa Chapman.
Duane Chapman said that while they knew the day of his wife's death might come in the last few years, it quickly happened.
" The cancer gig, of course, we need one Healing, "he said," because we're only lucky now, but most die. "
The family plans memorials in Hawaii and Colorado, where they have houses.