Country music singer Troy Gentry's family is still in shock over his death. The 50-year-old singer's wife Angie feels her world is rocked to the core. She can't believe that her husband of 18 years is no more. "I think they’re still in shock, and it’s going take some time for them to process that he’s actually gone forever," a source said.
Troy, who is the one-half of country music band Montgomery Gentry is survived by his wife and two daughters Kaylee, 14, and Taylor 17. His family requested for privacy in a statement that was released just after his death on Sunday, September 10. The singer, who hails from Kentucky, was described as a loving and gentle father to Kaylee. A friend of the family wrote on Facebook just after his death, "He was a kind and gentle soul, an amazing father, husband, and friend. I literally felt my heart break today when I heard the news. My prayers go out to his family, especially his wife Angie and daughter Kaylee," a friend wrote.
Troy was by his wife Angie's side when she was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago. He supported her when she went through chemotherapy and helped her start the Check Your Headlights campaign, aimed at recognizing the early stages of breast cancer. According to the source, Angie can't believe that he died before her. "Troy was her everything, her champion, and was by her side all throughout her battle with breast cancer—his death has rocked her to the core. Troy was such a bright light, full of energy, and love, the country music world will really miss him," reported Hollywood Life.