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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Philip A. Browning, Jr.

1940 - 2020

Atlanta, Georgia/Lake City, Florida

OBITUARY

Philip A. Browning, Jr., passed away peacefully on December 8, 2020, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was born September 18, 1940, in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, to the late Ethel Thomas Browning and Philip A. Browning, Sr., and proudly grew up in Lake City, Florida.

He is preceded in eternal life in heaven by his parents; his brother, Thomas Perry Browning; and numerous beloved family members.

 

Philip graduated from Columbia High School in Lake City, Florida, in the...

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The best parenting small group ever- Rick, Randall, Tim, Leigh Ann, Stephen, Michael, Brenton and Annie

December 12, 2020 6:59 AM

Dear Ryan, Callie, Cate & Lucy Hudak,
Praying for the Lord to be near and give you comfort and peace as you walk through this difficult day. We love you all. xoxo
The best parenting small group ever- Rick, Randall, Tim, Leigh Ann, Stephen, Michael, Brenton and Annie

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Grandle Starling

December 10, 2020 7:35 PM

One of the best fiends I had in Lake City when we lived there back in the mid-50's. Had many fun days with Phillip especially in little league and football.
Rest easy my friend...
Grandle Starling
South Daytona, Florida

Ken Hunter

December 12, 2020 9:09 AM

Philip and I had paper routes in the early fifties and we rolled our papers and secured with a rubber band. It made a formidable weapon and you never knew on your route when the perpetrator would jump out of the bushes and bomb you with papers, we had many, many, paper fights. Also enjoyed the goodies at the bakery early morning. My family relocated to Columbia, S.C. in mid fifties, I was in the tenth grade, quite a challenge. Philip joined the Army after High School and was stationed at Ft. Jackson in Columbia, he stayed with us every weekend or time off. After a break of 3 years we had many good times together and I leave it at many good times. I close with we stayed in touch through the years along with Harry Marton;  while staying with us he wrote Pat and spoke of her regularly, in later years he always talked about his family. He called me the day that he went into assisted living and we went down the lane of memories. Rest in peace Philip A. Browning.                Ken Hunter

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