Tracy Stuffle Medical Update, The Perry's Singer Showing Signs of Improvement, Gets To Go Outside

Matt LloydJun 03, 2013 02:41 PM EDT

Tracy Stuffle, singer with the gospel group, The Perrys, has had a rough road since January but his condition is slowly seeing improvement.   

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 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 Stuffle Update 6/3/13 @ 1:00 pm:

"The day so far has been good! Tracy had speech this morning. She gave him ice to chew and swallow and he did good with that. OT and PT came in and put him in a basket and put him in a Broda chair and took him to therapy. Now we are sitting outside!!!! First time to be outside in four and a half months!! Goooo GOD Goooo!!! We are listening to Pandora and one of our songs just came on! He seems to be relaxed out here. A great change of scenery for sure!!! Gonna get his sunglasses this evening from car and let him wear them next time we come out. We are under a cover so no need to worry about sun burn. I brought his Nashville Predators cap from home last night, so I will have him looking all cool! 

Thank You God for the little things in life that we sometimes take for granted like sitting outside with our soul mate!!! I am sooooo BLESSED!!!!!!"

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.  

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