Tracy Stuffle, singer with the gospel group, The Perrys, has been battling for his life since January.
Tracy suffered a massive stroke from a vessel hemorrhage on Monday, January 21, 2013 and has been in the hospital in Nashville,Tn since. He was in a medically included coma for close to two months and but is awake now and slowly showing more movements and improvements of motor skills.
Tracy is now in a rehab facility and out of the hospital to get more therapy.
Tracy's condition had been slowly improving but has had some set backs this week. Please keep Tracy and his family in your prayers.
Tracy's faithful wife Libbi (and fellow singer in The Perrys) has been by his side the whole time and has kept everyone posted with the latest updates on the band's Facebook page.
Tracy had a rough evening the night before and was sent into the E.R.
Tracy Update: 6/15/13 @ 12:00pm
"Tracy is better today. His Heart rate is back to normal. Blood pressure is good. Dr said she thinks what happened last night was medicine related. She said his heart sounded good and strong. They put him back on antibiotics to finish clearing out the small amount of pneumonia in the lungs. They will keep him here for another day or two.
Thank you to everyone who bombarded heaven for Tracy again last night and this morning!! The respiratory therapist came in and he almost immediately started praying over Tracy!! He turned and looked at me and said, this is just a attack of satan on your husband's life. He said, your husband is valuable to God just like all His children. He said, you keep believing and keep your faith!! He gave me great encouragement because I had just been talking to God before he came in and just telling Him how I didn't understand all of this. I really needed to hear from God and then this gentlemen comes in and says all of this. Saints, I refuse to give up!!! I plan on marching on toward the victory that is waiting out there !!! Tho the battle is hard, there is no room for retreat!!!! Press on sweet Saints, press on!!!!!!"
The Perrys have kept touring throughout Tracys hospital stint but lead singer Joseph Habedank recently has decided to step down after 10 years with the group as well.
To read the latest on the group, go HERE.