Photo courtesy of Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home North - Austin

Gayle Moseley Browne

Austin, Texas

Aug 24, 1936 – Mar 13, 2019 (Age 82)


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Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home North - Austin Obituary

Gayle Moseley Browne, 82, left this Earthly plain and joined her beloved husband, Jim Browne, on Wednesday, March 13th. She spent her last hours surrounded by friends and family and passed quietly. Gayle is survived by her brother William G. Moseley, her son Clayton Browne, her son Duncan...

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I knew and loved Jim and Gayle Browne for over 50 years. I am so sorry to miss her memorial service, but I was in the Arabia Sea on the 30th.

Valerie, your mom was the sweetest lady and always so nice to us. it s a long time since those austin high school days. we also lost my mom this past year. our sympathy goes out to your family. -krista bohrer richter

Gayle's grace and love for her family always shone through.

We send our heartfelt sympathy to your family during this sad and difficult time.

The members of The Settlement Home
Austin, Tx

My deepest condolences to your family during this most difficult time. There are no words that can ease the pain of losing someone so beloved. May you find comfort and peace in knowing that your loved one is in God's memory, because those who pass on are precious in his eyes. - Psalms 116:15.

Gaye Browne was a neighbor for many, many years and was a delightful and caring soul. What a lovely obituary and so reflective of what I knew of her. Peggy A. Kruger, Ph.D. former West Ave neighbor for 34 years.

Gayle was a dynamic, generous, loving, and brilliant woman. She was an exceptional community leader and cared so much for others. She and Jim were widely known for their superb cooking skills. We will miss the Irish Whiskey cakes, cheese crisps, and pork roasts, as well as the enthusiasm and joy they both brought to others. Jeane and Glenn Graves, neighbors

Gayle and Jim were neighbors for many years. Gayle was a delightful person and always willing to help her neighbors. She is missed by many. My condolences to all her loved ones.

My deepest sympathy at the loss of a beautiful soul, Gayle Browne, or Miss Moseley as I first knew her as my beloved Kindergarten teacher at Casis School in 1961. Years later I joyfully found her again behind the counter in her antique store at Whit Hanks collective. What joy she gave me as a curious Kinder and how grateful I am to have had her as my first teacher. She was so gentle and kind with long beautiful hair she wore swept up on top of her head. She instilled my love of books, my love...