William Kenneth “K.B.” Browning, age 73, Jonesborough, passed away Wednesday, May 17, 2017 at Johnson City Medical Center.
Kenneth was born in Maxie, VA and son of the late Frank Browning & Beatrice Young Browning Lane. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Trina Jo Hull and a brother, Danny Browning.
He was a United States Army Veteran. He was a Mechanic for Champion (Sherwood) Chevrolet for 47 years.
He enjoyed restoring old cars, hunting, fishing, farming and riding on his tractor.
Survivors include his wife, Sylvia Smith Browning, Jonesborough; daughter, Teresa Browning; son, William “Bill” Epling (Robin), Knoxville; two sisters, Diana Davenport and Thelma Hutchins (Gary); one brother, John F. Browning (Ruby) all of Kingsport; two granddaughters, Brittany Mooney (Anthony) and Haley Hull; three grandsons, Dustyn Hull, Logan Epling and Michael Honeycutt; three great-grandchildren; special great-nephew, Dalton “Fuzzy” Browning; special aunt, Mary Browning; and special uncle, Allen Young; several nephews, nieces and cousins; and special dog, “Misty”.
Funeral services will be conducted 7:00 pm Saturday, May 20, 2017 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home, Jonesborough, with Pastor David Reece officiating. The family will receive friends from 5:00-7:00 pm Saturday prior to the service.
Interment services will be conducted 2:00 pm Sunday, May 21, 2017 at Washington County Memory Gardens, Johnson City.
Pallbearers will be Dustyn Hull, Frank Hutchins, Gary Hutchins, Dylan Hutchins, Danny Browning, John F. Browning III, Brick Johnson and Ben Johnson. Honorary pallbearers will be Joey Davenport, Charlie McDavid, William James McDavid, Wallace Hilton, David Harrison and Jimmy Lynn Jones.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Angie McCoy Lipps
|John,Sis,and Diana I'm so very sorry
to hear about Kenneth. My heart is
broken. I wish I could be there with
you all. But know that I am praying
for you all and that I love each one
of you very much.
|100 years ago at sportsman speedway Ken was one of my
favorite people to see. He always had a big smile and would
say hello Johnny . Truly a class act. Hate not seeing his family
today but have a little health problem. God bless.|
||Carolyn & Bennie Price
|Sylvia and family, we are so sorry for the loss of Kenneth. Kenneth was a wonderful guy and always so good to me and Bennie. We always enjoyed our visits and had some great times together. Wish we could have been there for you, but you know we love you and you are in our prayers. Kenneth will always be a special person in my life and I will miss him so much. We will always be there for you. Love Carolyn & Bennie|
||Nina and Steve Whetsell
|Sylvia I am so sorry for your loss. We reflect
on the fun times with you and Ken..Especially,
Ken hollowing "Red let's go"..He fussed about
the donkey's you had but wouldn't dare sale
one..He laughed and said she loves those
donkey. I must say Sylvia you are one of the
strongest women I have ever see. You worked day
and night with the cows, feeding & water them,
in the freezing cold..Loved to watch you both
working the hay..Him mowing then you tittering.
Then final results. Never forget y'alls happy
faces when the hay was all done. We will
continue to lift you up in our prayers..We are
here for you...|
||Jeff, Debbie & Conor McCoy
|Sending prayers and our deepest sympathy for the
entire Browning family. So sorry for your loss.
We love you all.|
||JAMES & MILDRED MCDAVID
|SYLVIA & FAMILY,
SO SORRY FOR YOUR/OUR LOSS OF KENNETH. MEMORIES WE DO HAVE AND WILL KEEP UNTIL IT IS OUR TIME TO GO. LOVE, THE MCDAVID FAMILY|
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