The Denver native will be celebrated with a public memorial service on July 13.
Beth Chapman will be honored with an end of life celebration in Aurora, Colorado, on July 13. Chapman was born in Denver on October 29, 1967, and recently passed away on June 26 in Honolulu, Hawaii. Chapman, 51, had been fighting a yearslong battle with throat cancer. She was placed in a medically induced coma after a choking emergency four days prior to her passing.
The service here in Colorado will be the second service for Chapman, as her family hosted one in Hawaii on Saturday, June 29.
The July 13 event will be held at the Heritage Christian Center (14401 E. Exposition Avenue in Aurora), with doors opening at 1 p.m. The service will run from 2-4 p.m. and is open to the public.
Courtesy of the Chapman family
The Denver native spent much of her early life in Colorado, moving to Hawaii with her husband Duane “Dog" Chapman. At age 22, she became the youngest person to become a licensed bail bondsman in Colorado, a record that was later broken by her daughter Lyssa at age 19. Beth rose to fame during her time on several reality television shows with her husband, Dog the Bounty Hunter.
Chapman was filming Dog’s Most Wanted at the time of her passing. Chapman spent her time split between home in Colorado and Hawaii, however, had spent much of her recent time in Hawaii as she revealed she had stopped chemotherapy treatments.
Dog posted several sweet tributes to his late love on social media, including this one with the details of her Colorado service:
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