Murray County Sole Commissioner Greg Hogan came home from Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation in Chattanooga on Thursday, according to Murray County Manager/Financial Officer Tommy Parker.
Hogan should return to the office on Tuesday, said Parker.
Hogan suffered a stroke on Dec. 9. During the last month Hogan has stayed in contact with Parker and has conducted public meetings electronically. He is expected to make a full recovery, according to Parker.
Parker said he is currently out of the office with COVID-19. This is the second time Parker has gotten the disease. He was hospitalized for several days in 2021. Parker did not indicate how long he expects to be out of the office.