In Memory

Lloyd Browning Jr.

Lloyd Browning Jr.

LLOYD BROWNING, JR.
October 28, 1944 ~ June 27, 1996


Lloyd Browning, Jr, age 51, 406 North Greenville Street, died Thursday, June 27, 1996 at approximately 1:30 PM at his residence. Born October 28, 1944 in Mackville, Kentucky, he was husband of Christine Singleton Browning and the son of Barbara Young Browning and the late Lloyd Sylvester Browing, Sr. He was a repairman for Trane Company in Lexington for 29 years, a member and Trustee at St. Andrew's AME Church, and a 1964 graduate of Harrodsburg High School.

Survivors besides his wife and mother include: 2 sons, Lloyd J. Browning, McClean, Virginia and Christopher M. Browning, Campbellsville; 1 daughter, Sharon Logan, Lancaster, Kentucky; 2 brothers, James I. Browning and John W. Browning both of Harrodsburg; 4 sisters, Georgia Dunn, Judy Jones, Mary Harris and Barbara Meaux all of Harrodsburg, several nieces and nephews and a host of "good friends" especially at Trane Company.

Funeral Services were conducted 1:00 PM, Monday, July 1, 1996 at St. Peter's AME Church with Rev. J.T. Ballew, Officiating. Burial was in Hilldale Cemetery in Danville. Visitation was Sunday, June 30, 1996 from 6 until 8 PM at the church.

Active Pallbearers were: James Thurman, James Patton, Kenny Sims, Jack Tussey, Clifford Cunningham, and Floyd Stanley. Honorary bearers are: Johnny Pigg, George White, Wm. Beady, and Scott Jones.

The Parks Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



 
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02/15/09 06:13 PM #1    

Glenda Price Gammon (Waterfill)

LLoyd was so much a part of all our lives. Everytime you saw him, he was always smiling. He was a great joy to be around and we all loved him. He is sadly missed.

02/16/09 03:13 PM #2    

Kay Davis Keightley (Foster)

Phil and I always had a great time chatting with Lloyd at parties where he tended bar. His infectious smile and friendly manner to everyone was truly infectious. Our reunions were better because of his input and help; it just won't be the same without him.

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