Mississippi alderman slowly improving after debilitating brain bleed just before Christmas

Published 2:39 pm Thursday, April 30, 2020

The Mississippi Alderman and former TV news reporter who suffered a severe brain bleed just before Christmas is still undergoing rehab, his wife has reported on social media.

Madison Alderman Warren Strain was rushed to the hospital the week of Christmas after suddenly falling into a coma.

Strain spend weeks in a coma before slowly waking up, his wife Sandra Strain wrote on social media. She’s been a constant companion and caregiver to him and regularly updates family and friends on his condition through public social media posts.

“My God how I miss everything about Warren,” she wrote in a recent post. “His hugs, advice and most importantly his love and support for us and just being here with us at home.

“I still can’t believe how much has changed for us all. We have been living this daily and it’s still so hard to process. I can honestly say I am broken. But you know what else I can say…I do know in my heart God has a plan and it’s on his time.

Sandra Strain recently reported that her husband remains paralyzed on one side, cannot site up straight or talk yet, but that rehabilitation is continuing.

She also asks Mississippi to keep Warren in their prayers.

“Please continue to pray for peace, guidance and total healing,” she recently wrote.

Warren Strain worked for many years as a television reporter for WLBT-TV in Jackson and had served in several capacities in public communications.

He was elected as Madison’s alderman at large in 2014.