Published: Sun, July 14, 2019

Fans remember Beth Chapman of ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ at Aurora funeral

Fans remember Beth Chapman of ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ at Aurora funeral

Dog the Bounty Hunter was front and center during the Colorado memorial service for his late wife, Beth Chapman, as friends shared their memories of the late star. At the end of June hunter overtook the U.S. to head a heavy blow: He lost his beloved wife, Beth, who died at age 51 of cancer of the larynx. But I can't eat.

"She will never be dead to me", he said.

"I've never imagined I would lose my mom at 20". Despite her dying wish to have her ashes scattered off of Hawaii, Duane Chapman revealed it is a request he could not honor. The man known for catching bad guys is struggling, even sharing he has lost 17 pounds in the past two weeks since her death. I never ordered... I'm having a hard time ordering food. So when you go through something and somebody else [goes through the same thing], there's something there.

"The show did not kill her but she died for it", Duane said during his eulogy. She needs to place it within the fire-place, guesses, put it on fireplace or one thing. "I want to wake up from this dream". "And then I wake up in the middle of the night and see her and it doesn't register that [it] ain't her". After I was a bit boy, you couldn't burn each Christian that you just wouldn't get burnt since you wouldn't stand up out of a tomb with Jesus. "I'm not gonna let you go.' I still haven't let her go", he said, later adding, "If there's a God, He won't let me live that long without her".

Chapman noted that he has a "whole new look on life" after her passing. After much thinking, some of it morbid, Duane Chapman found the flawless place for his wife's ashes, next to their bed.

"I'm definitely going to take away how determined and how passionate she was", Bonnie Chapman told Entertainment Tonight.


The reality TV star continued, saying, "And I didn't even make a decision, I nearly said, 'I can't.' Before I could say, 'Alright, ' she couldn't breathe and I called the ambulance ..." Don't keep running your mouth.

Dog also became emotional when he recalled one of his last conversations with Beth.

Other special and heartwarming moments during the celebration of life included the couple's 9-year-old granddaughter, Madalynn Grace Galanti, reading a scripture dedicated to her late grandmother.

"She said, 'Before I go, I'm going to get you another show, '" he said.

"So, prepared? No, you're never, ever prepared. I did not know that this was going to happen that day".

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