Beth Chapman remembered in second memorial service in Colorado

Duane Dog Chapman and Leland Chapman

Duane Dog Chapman and Leland Chapman

The service will be held at the Heritage Christian Center, which is located at 14401 E. Exposition Aurora.

Duane Chapman reminisced about how he and his wife first met and his grief.

The reality TV star continued, saying, "And I didn't even make a decision, I nearly said, 'I can't.' Before I could say, 'Alright, ' she couldn't breathe and I called the ambulance ..."

'She was so gorgeous, ' he continued. "I have a lot of people that depend on me".

Dog also introduced the pastor who originally married the couple in 2006, which got him on the subject of their wedding vows. We all love you, Beth.

Her son, Gary Chapman, said he is still processing his mother's death.

Beth was a fan of her music, and the two eventually became friends.

However, her voice will still ring through the building as she allowed the family to play her music at the service. "The show did not kill her but she died for it", said Dog, who called Beth their "angelic drone in the air now".

"I wake up to always touch her, especially when she was sick".

Beth, who battled a stage II throat cancer diagnosis, died on June 26 at the age of 51.

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.

Chapman was born Alice Elizabeth Smith in Denver. By then, Duane Chapman - the self-proclaimed world's best bounty hunter - already had gained fame for nabbing serial rapist and Max Factor heir Andrew Luster in Mexico in 2003. You're out of your mind.' I said, 'Honey you might have to do chemo and stuff, ' " Dog recalled.

She added, "And she's not here right now but I'm definitely going to miss her laugh-that's something that when it did come, it was like bells, and it really made the whole family happy".

"I walked through the closet the other day and I smell her", he tearfully said. They said she could do chemo though, they said she would have to sit at home while Dog films the show. "She will never be dead to me".

Duane Chapman recalled how his wife was prone to "chew people out real good". And I'm one of them.

Long-time friend Mary Ellen Pollack, who runs a bail bonds business in Brighton, Colorado, said Chapman's "tough-as-nails" public persona belied a softer side. "I'm not gonna let you go.' I still haven't let her go", he said, later adding, "If there's a God, He won't let me live that long without her".