Frank Browning Jr.

Towanda, Pennsylvania


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Frank Browning passed away in Towanda, Pennsylvania. Funeral Home Services for Frank are being provided by Maryott-Bowen Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Daily Review on October 3, 2013.

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May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Dear Arlene and family,
I am so sad to hear of the loss of a wonderful friend! I have so many memories of great times together at church! He was such a wonderful part of the community! He will be missed greatly but we know where he is and we will be reunited very soon. I wish you peace and love.
Dorothy Lewis Selleck

Frank was such an important part of our church. He will surely be missed. He was such a kind generous man. I will always remember his solo hymns in church. I am so honored to have seen him and shared with him a few days before his passing how much I loved and appreciated him. Peace be with you, Frank.

We were saddened to learn of Frank's passing. We both worked with him at DuPont and have many good memories of that time. May the wonderful memories of a wonderful man comfort you now and warm your hearts forever.

Dave and family,
Sorry for your loss. Those times on Barklay in the 70's and working with Frank at DuPont are fond memories.
Al Axline Myrtle Beach,SC

Arlene, Dave and family, so sorry to hear about Frank. I have so many good memories of him from my youth. I always envied you Dave, having a dad like him, he was a great guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you, I know he and Doug are enjoying the reunion.

Our sincere sympathy to Arlene and family. You and Frank's visits to Florida to visit my parents was always so nice, lots of memories....Thoughts and prayers to all....
Norm and Debbie (VanNest) Cole
Largo, florida

We're so sorry to here about U.Frank. I have a lot of fond memories of him in the barber shop. He even cut my hair when Dad would get his cut. And the hunting camp holds just as many memories for me. U. Frank was a good man.
Dad is having a hard time cause he can't be there for you A.Arleain. We are sending all our love and prayers to you in your time of sorrow.

Dear Arlene, Dave, Terry & Families, Words can't begin to express our sorrow and sympathy. Frank was always a such a pleasure to spend time with and will be missed by everyone!
We are sure that he and Bill are now fishing & telling jokes together again! May sweet and wonderful memories carry you through the days ahead. Warmest Regards,