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

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At the end of June hunter overtook the United States to head a heavy blow: He lost his beloved wife, Beth, who died at age 51 of cancer of the larynx.

The funeral will be at the Christian Heritage Center in Aurora, CO.

In addition to friends and family, the public service also included dozens of "Dog the Bounty Hunter" fans.

She chewed people out real good, and I'm one of them, because she wanted them to know what happened if they got on the dark side.

They later starred in Country Music Television's Dog & Beth: On the Hunt. They were now filming a new reality series with WGN America called "Dog's Most Wanted", which is the first unscripted series on WGN in five years.

ET spoke exclusively with 66-year-old Duane on Wednesday to talk about his upcoming Dog the Bounty Hunter spinoff - Dog's Most Wanted, set to air on WGN America - and he broke down in tears while talking about grieving the loss of Beth. You know, I was going to do all the scattering, and then I looked at it and thought, 'I'm not gonna throw you, like, away.

"I went through experiences to help others - I really mean this".

He added that he still can not accept that she has passed away. After which, she needs me to do it.

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"I haven't gotten past the place where I'm [not] putting a pillow where she was and covering it up", he told the news outlet.

'I never admitted she was going to die, ' he said Saturday.

"She goes, 'All it'll do is keep me alive six months longer and I'm not going to do that because I want to be by your side.' She would tell these guys on the show, 'You're trying to die doing these drugs and I'm trying to live.' Those guys started bawling and crying", he continued. "I have a lot of people who depend on me". And I said, "I don't know".

'Dog the Bounty Hunter, ' Duane Chapman films a segment in Malone, N.Y. on June 28, 2015. In November of 2018, Chapman disclosed that her cancer was back, and she subsequently decided that she would not undergo more chemotherapy. Only today, she hiked the stairway to heaven.

Wherever she is, we're sure Beth is proud of her husband.

Bethy! you see this Bethy!

Following the announcement of the memorial, Duane opened up about the mourning process. And I want to take them with me. She had been placed in a medically induced coma as she battled cancer. Two months later, she successfully underwent surgery for throat cancer.

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