After Alicia Allain’s death on Tuesday from breast cancer, John Schneider paid tribute to her on Wednesday. a 53-year-old.
On Instagram, the actor and country singer posted a photo of his late partner, whom he referred to as “My Smile,” grinning and giving the thumbs up. A filmmaker and music producer named Allain went suddenly at home, “surrounded by her family as she took her last breath,” according to an obituary from the Wilbert Funeral Home.
“My beloved Smile is flourishing in her new body with Jesus, pain free,” Schneider said on Instagram.
Please respect our need for privacy while we grieve. Please do not ask any questions. If you have any pictures of us together that demonstrate our unmistakable love for one another, do send them in. Lastly, hug the people you care about and let them know how you feel. We always have.
Yet throughout the interview, the couple insisted that Allain’s cancer was curable.
The producer of “Auto Focus” and the “Dukes of Hazzard” actor, 62, wed in Louisiana in July 2019 after dating for around eight years, according to People magazine. Together, the pair collaborated on more than a hundred songs and many films, including “Tres Leches” and “Poker Run” in 2021. (2022).
Allain is survived by her brother Brandy Michael Allain, her parents Michael and Linda Marino Allain, Doris Cruti Marino Alvarado, her stepdaughter Karis Schneider, and Sierra Schneider, as well as her daughter Jessica Ann Dollard.
In addition to Chasen and Leah, Schneider had two more adult children from a previous marriage, who were not included as survivors in Allain’s obituary.
“Alicia was a force that inspired others, from Brusly to Hollywood and back, she was pleasant and generous to everyone she met,” said the Wilbert obituary.
She saw herself as being the lowest. On her parents, she maintained a tight eye. She was a protective mother bear who went through great hardships for all of her kids. We shall all sadly miss Alicia.