Beth Chapman Scholarship
This is the home of the Beth Chapman Memorial Scholarship. It is here you can gain information regarding the scholarship fund that has been established in her honor and her memory.

This scholarship was established for those wanting to study and test for their GED or HiSet test. Having this achievement can unlock doors for many and set up a lifetime of additional achievements.

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Stepping stones
Completing the High School Equivalency Exam is a stepping stone to your future. Life can indeed get in the way. Regardless of your situation, this scholarship fund may be of help.
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We encourage all that have not met this basic life achievement to apply. There is absolutely no age limit. The application process is rather quite simple. You can apply here and right online.

Self Regeneration
Demonstrating the skills to success. You knew you could do it. We think so too. All of it is a process whether young, old or somewhere in between. This fund was created and designed for those wanting to achieve this goal in their life.
Putting it together
Beth Chapman was a force. One thing she always believed in was people. No matter their station in life, regardless of their past, she felt there was always something to gain. This is a gift you can give yourself that can never be taken.


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Contributions are fully tax deductible. The Beth Chapman Memorial Scholarship, Inc. Is a non-profit enterprise. One hundred percent of the proceeds collected will distributed.
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Beth Chapman Scholarship Fund

Alice Elizabeth Smith Chapman was born in Denver, Colorado 10/29/1967. To her credit, she achieved many things in her lifetime. She was the youngest licensed bondsman licensed in her home state. She met and ultimately married Duane "Dog" Chapman. They shared 12 children. Many of whom were cast members on the hit A&E series Dog The Bounty Hunter.

She later went on to star in Dog and Beth on The Hunt from 2013-2015. She was diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma of the larynx mid-way through 2017. A&E filmed her struggle in Dog and Beth, Fight of Their Lives which aired late 2017.  At the time, it was thought that she was cancer free. She underwent an additional surgery late 2018 in Los Angeles, California after it was discovered that the cancer had returned.

During this time, she and her husband developed the series Dog's Most Wanted which premiered September 4th, 2019 on WGN America. Mrs. Chapman passed away June 26th, 2019 at the age of 51.

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