Alicia Allain loss of life: John Schneider honors spouse, who was 53
John Schneider paid tribute Wednesday to his spouse, Alicia Allain, who died Tuesday after a battle with breast most cancers. She was 53.
The actor and nation singer posted a photograph on Instagram of his late accomplice, who he usually known as “My Smile,” smiling and giving a thumbs-up. Allain, a filmmaker and music producer, died at her dwelling and was “surrounded by her family as she took her last breath,” in keeping with an obituary from the Wilbert Funeral Home.
“My beautiful Smile is pain free, living in her new body alongside Jesus,” Schneider wrote on Instagram.
“Please respect our privacy during this time of grief. Please do not ask any questions. If you have any pictures of us and our obvious love and adoration for each other, please post them below. Lastly… hug those you love tight and let them know how you feel. We always did.”
In 2020, Allain and Schneider revealed in an interview with “Fox & Friends” that the previous had just lately been identified with Stage 4 breast most cancers and instructed she was “three years into a five-year shelf life.” During the interview, nonetheless, the couple mentioned Allain’s most cancers was in remission.
The “Dukes of Hazzard” star, 62, and the “Auto Focus” producer met about eight years in the past and wed in July 2019 in Louisiana, in keeping with People journal. The couple collaborated on greater than 100 songs and several other movies, together with “Poker Run” (2021) and “Tres Leches” (2022).
Allain is survived by Schneider; her daughter, Jessica Ann Dollard; her mother and father, Michael and Linda Marino Allain; her brother, Brandy Michael Allain; her grandmother, Doris Cruti Marino Alvarado; her step-daughter, Karis Schneider; and her granddaughter, Sierra Schneider.
Schneider additionally has two different grownup youngsters from a earlier marriage, Chasen and Leah Schneider, who weren’t listed among the many survivors in Allain’s obituary.
“From Brusly to Hollywood and back, Alicia was a force that inspired others, she was kind and generous to all she met,” the Wilbert obituary learn.
“She always put herself last. She was very protective of her parents. She was mama bear that protected all her cubs. She was a fighter until the end. Alicia will be missed mighty.”