In a statement on his Facebook page on February 22nd, actor John Schneider revealed that his wife, Alicia Allain Schneider, had passed away. Her age was 53.

“My lovely smile is pain-free, thriving in her new body with Jesus,” he added in the message.

The actress from “The Dukes of Hazzard” did not reveal the date of her passing or the reason for her passing. According to her web obituary, she passed away on February 21 at her home, surrounded by her family.

“At this time of mourning, we ask that you respect our need for privacy. If you could refrain from asking any inquiries, “the widower said in his message.

Instead, he requested that people share their recollections of him with his bride, who he wed in 2019 according to People.

“If you have any images of us and our clear love and admiration for one other, please submit them here; we would really appreciate it “he had said. “Lastly, give a deep embrace to the people you care about and tell them how you really feel. We always did.”

In her biography, the film and music producer Alicia Allain Schneider is remembered as “a proud parent and smile to her husband,” which was her husband’s nickname for her. She was also known as “Smile.” She was originally from Brusly in Louisiana, but Holden was her permanent home.

Her surviving loved ones include her husband, her daughter Jessica Ann Dollard, her parents Michael and Linda Marino Allain, and her brother Brandy Michael Allain. She is also survived by her brother Brandy Michael Allain.

In a separate post on Facebook, John Schneider referred to the current moment as “a period of indescribable sadness.”

According to what he wrote, “Alicia was the gasoline that fueled my grandest goals.” “The motivational force that drives each and every creative idea. The core foundation of who I am as a person. The substance that kept me from falling apart.”

He said that the pain of losing her is beyond words.

According to what he wrote, “I miss her more than any words could ever convey.” “A term like “pain” doesn’t do it justice. The term “grief” doesn’t do it justice. A single word cannot adequately describe love.”

He requested that people be respectful of his need for seclusion.

“Please don’t ask me how I am if you see me out there someplace on the stage or in line at a coffee shop,” he added. “Should you see me out there somewhere on the stage?” “The answer is ‘broken,’ and that is now too difficult for me to grasp, and it is surely too terrible for me to voice,” she said.

John Schneider suggested that individuals may be of assistance by relating stories about his late wife.

“I want to thank you for your prayers, your worries, and your thoughts,” he added. “Please continue to publish the lovely photographs you got of my Smile and me transforming our world and occasionally yours, one kiss at a time because such pictures are helpful.”

Also, he requested prayers on behalf of his family.

In his letter, he asked his readers to “continue to pray for the strength of myself and my lovely family to face these hardest of times.”

He said that his wife cherished their community and followers, and she pleaded for forgiveness.

He expressed his affection for the group by saying, “She adored you all and talked of how committed and faithful you have been all these years and I love you right along with her.” “Please be patient with me while I make my way down this rough and perilous path that I never expected to have to go. Please have patience with my incomprehensible procedure.”

In conclusion, he said that he is appreciative of the time that he was able to spend with his wife.

“I want to express my gratitude to the Lord for bestowing upon me the blessing of Alicia. I will never be the same, but I am certain that we are, and will continue to be, the team to beat.”

By Anna

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