Beth Chapman Eulogized by Shannon Tweed, Co-Stars During Funeral

Angelo Anderson
July 14, 2019

Tweed, who was BFFs with Beth, said "we came from nothing, her and I", adding that, "we spotted what we wanted, we waited and we got it", referring to their husbands.

Beth, 51, died about two weeks ago in Hawaii after a battle with throat cancer, and the stress of her passing has taken a physical toll on Dog, causing him to drop almost 20 pounds.

"I'm having a hard time ordering food".

Judd, who is now on tour, has given organizers permission to make use of her music during the ceremony, including the number "Rescue Me" - a Chapman favorite - according to TMZ. "'I don't want to do [chemo] because I want to be by your side, '" Duane said Beth told him.

He also described how one man came up to him, telling Chapman that he lost his wife six months ago. I've lost 17 pounds.


"I still haven't let her go", Duane expressed.

"I never imagined I would lose my mom at 20".

"I hugged him and I felt a connection like, boom, instantly brotherhood, right", Chapman explained. "I'm not going to let you go, '" he recalled. I mean it. And then I wake up in the middle of the night and I see her and it doesn't register that ain't her. He recalled saying his prayers as a child, speaking softly to his wife as he said, "Bethie, now I lay you down to sleep", as his voice cracked again. And decisions, I can't make them right now... "I still haven't let her go".

According to Leland, he was injured during a prior surgery to his left knee. he was still recovering. "TONIGHT on CMT" she said in another post a year later plugging "Dog The Bounty Hunter". But every day she talked as if she was not there. Don't keep running your mouth. They said, 'You're going to have to sit home though while Dog films the show.' The show did not kill her, but she died for it. Cameras were present to capture both services; the couple were filming a new show for WGN called Dog's Most Wanted at the time of her death, with her cancer battle as a central plotline. Beth and Duane's daughter, Bonnie, also took the stage to share some heartbreaking words about her "rock".

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

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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