Wynonna Judd to miss Beth Chapman's memorial service

Wynonna Judd to miss Beth Chapman's memorial service

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. However, in late 2018, doctors informed her that her cancer had returned.

He added: "When she was sick I'd have to wake up a few times when she stopped breathing". "[They said], 'You can do chemo.' She tried it". Two months later, she successfully underwent surgery for throat cancer.

"I was going to do all the scattering ... and then I looked at it and thought, 'I'm not going to throw you away!" And then she wants me to do it and put in the same thing and I guess put on the fireplace or something.

The services began with songs of prayer, and an introduction by the pastor, who also acknowledged he was a fan of Dog and Beth.

Later on, he said he "never admitted that she was going to die" and wouldn't let her say it.

At one point, he talked about Beth's final days and how she asked him to let her go. "I never imagined a life without her and it's really tough now being without her".

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Robison gave a heartfelt tribute to Beth, and described Beth as "her own timezone, her own zip code and her own area code".

"I walked through the closet the other day and I smell her", he tearfully said. "Because you're gonna feel so bad when he or her are not with you anymore", he said. "These are instances when people go over the border and you actually should watch the way you do as a result of I've been by means of expertise to help different folks- I actually imply that". I couldn't hear it no more.

In addition to Dog, Beth's children took the microphone to address the crowd, including daughter Bonnie.

"Everything she taught me, I'm going to get Heaven", he said. "I lost my rock.I never imagined having to write a speech about this and I'll never forget my mother". After I was a bit boy, you couldn't burn each Christian that you just wouldn't get burnt since you wouldn't stand up out of a tomb with Jesus. "I have a lot of people who depend on me". My family has been so tough, my father has been doing an awesome job.

"I said, 'No I can't".

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