Memorial plans for Beth Chapman are on account of happen in Hawaii, Colorado

The public is invited to pay their respects to Beth Chapman, who passed away this week after battling cancer.

Duane “Dog” Chapman, the well-known bounty hunter and Beth’s husband, announced plans to celebrate her life in both Colorado and Hawaii, where she called home.

“In her own words, she said,” I love Hawaii the most, “so we’re mailing her with Aloha in true Hawaiian style,” Chapman wrote on Friday.

A meeting will take place on Saturday June 29th at Fort DeRussy Beach in Waikiki. The gathering will include “Hawaiian ʻOli, prayer, followed by a paddle with family and friends”.

People wishing to participate are asked to bring ocean-friendly flowers (without strings).

Chapman also announced that people were welcome to bring flowers for a memorial outside their home in Hawaii.

Detailed plans for a memorial service in Colorado are still in the works, the family says.

Chapman was diagnosed with throat cancer in September 2017. A tumor was removed and she was declared cancer free. In November 2018, she was diagnosed with stage four lung cancer.

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