Duane Chapman honored his late wife and "Dog the Bounty Hunter" co-star Beth Chapman in a fleeting Hawaii memorial Saturday.
Duane, 66, led a service in Waikiki at Fort DeRussy Beach to Beth, who died Wednesday at age 51.
The memorial highlighted a traditional Hawaiian "oli" song and a "paddle out" to honor the reality star.
DUANE & # 39; DOG & # 39; CHAPMAN SHARES VIDEO OF LATE WIFE BETH SINGING LONG TO BRUNO MARS
During his speech, a tear Duane (via TMZ) revealed that he was trying to get Beth to call [him] & # 39; Dog & # 39; for so many years, and she finally made her death bed when she told him, "Hawaiian style [memorial] Please Duane" Dog & # 39; Chapman … Please do this right. "
"She loved Hawaii, and she loved the people. The people mostly loved her," he told the audience. "Thank you all, God bless you all."
BETH KAPMAN'S FAMILY PLAN HAWAII MEMORIAL SERVICE
HUND BOUNTY HUNTER & # 39; STAR BETH CHAPMAN DEAD AT 51
] "Those who want to send pictures and videos are asked to tag with #alohaoemrsdog," said the Chapman family in a statement. "& # 39; Oe & # 39; means you're in Hawaiian. It's customary to say," Aloha oe & # 39; especially when you say goodbye. There's a song with the same name. as hawaiians often sing at the end of a party, funerals, or when people leave the islands. "
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Duane, 66, announced Beths transient on Twitter Wednesday, writes: "It's 5:32 in Hawaii, that's the time she wants to wake up to go to Koko Head mountain. Only today she hiked the stairs to heaven. You, Beth. See you on the other side. "
A Colorado memorial is also planned for the late star.
Fox News & # 39; Stephanie Nolasco contributed to this report.