Jon Schnepp Dies: Writer And Director For ‘Metalocalypse’ Was 51

He was 51 and passed yesterday, according to his fiance. Filmmaker Jon Schnepp,, a key writer and director for Adult Swim's Metalocalypse, has died from complications following a stroke last week.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page to raise money for his medical expenses, with a goal of $150,000. So far, the fund has raised more than $100,000.
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Irreparable and catastrophic damage was caused to both hemispheres and all brain activity ceased. His sister Deborah and I had to make the difficult decision to take him off of life support. "It is with a broken heart the Schnepp family and I must announce the passing of our beloved Jon Schnepp, who died peacefully on July 19, 2018," fiance Holly Payne wrote on Twitter. "Jon ultimately succumbed to the effects of a massive stroke. There was no possible way for him to recover." He had a blood clot removed from his left carotid artery, but the bleeding could not be stopped.
If you can, please help Holly with the massive, life-crushing medical bills? Patton Oswalt tweeted a tribute to his friend. Let's help someone who's been devastated." "Jon Schnepp, a truly creative and good-hearted man, has passed away.
Metalocalypse aired from 2006 through 2012. The program centered on a melodic death metal band, Dethklok, using their music and black comedy to weave a parody of metal culture.
No memorial plans have been announced. Schnepp is survived by Payne, his sister, Deborah, his mother, Miriam, and his father, David.