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Details For Beth Chapman's Celebration Of Life Service Have Been Released To The Public

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By Lynne Versluys

Fans and family will all come together to celebrate the life of Dog The Bounty Hunter star Beth Chapman in Aurora, CO, on Saturday, July 13.

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1. A Tragic Death

Beth Chapman passed away on June 26th after a battle with throat cancer. She was 51. Her family and fans have been posting beautiful tributes to her online since her passing.

2. A Memorial At Sea

Her family planned a memorial for her at sea that her family, friends, and fans attended. Dog and the rest of her family paddled out to see while her fans threw ocean-friendly​ flowers into the sea in Hawaii.

3. A Celebration Of Her Life

There will also be a Celebration Of Life Service in her hometown of Aurora, CO on Saturday, July 13th.

In a press release from the family, they said the service will be open to the public at the Heritage Christian Center (14401 E. Exposition Ave., Aurora, Colorado 80012) at 2-4 p.m. MT.

For out of town fans, the service will also be livestreamed from WGNAmerica.com and the official Dog's Most Wanted Facebook page.

4. Obit

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Also in the press released was a Beth Chapman obituary:

Beth Chapman was born Alice Elizabeth Smith in Denver, CO on October 29, 1967. Her father was Garry Smith, who played baseball for the Kansas City Athletics, a major league team that moved to Oakland, CA in 1968. She was 18 when she first met Mr. Chapman. The two dated for 16 years before they married in 2006.

Beth Chapman starred in a hit television series and became a household name and most recently she co-starred alongside her husband in Dog’s Most Wanted which will air on WGN America later this year.

In addition to her husband, Ms. Chapman is survived by 10 children and stepchildren, many grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

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