1131 State Hwy A, PO Box 85  •  Marshfield, MO 65706 | 417-859-4222
Michael Lynn Browning

Michael Lynn Browning, 52, passed away early Wednesday morning, April 5th in the loving care of his mother, Karen and stepfather, Claude Massie. Mike survives in his three children, Derek, Dustin and Jade Browning and his grandson, Asher.

Mike was a beloved son to his late father, Bob (Skip) Browning. He was a beloved brother to his siblings, Jill, Gina, Dede and Rob along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Born with a quick wit and a handsome smile, this middle link in the chain of five had a way into every heart he met. Everyone appreciated Mike’s animated ways of telling a story.

​​In his final days he became extremely close to his mother, not only leaning on her for comfort but cherishing the time they had together. He will be forever missed.

Funeral arrangements will be as follows:

Destiny Church in Marshfield

110 E Commercial

Visitation Friday, April 14th from 11-1pm

Funeral to follow immediately after visitation at 1 pm

Graveside service will follow funeral at Marshfield Cemetery, under direction of Fraker Funeral Home.

 

Flowers may be sent to Fraker Funeral Home, Marshfield.

 

 

 

4 Responses to Michael Lynn Browning

  1. Joan (Greer) Cologna and family says:

    Browning family, So very sorry to learn of your loss of Mike. We remember all of you as the cute little Browning kids. To loose both Skip and Mike before they got to grow old has to seem like a bad dream. Hopefully, your faith, family, and friends can support you in this difficult time. Please know we are thinking about your family and send our sincere sympathy.

    Jim and Joan Cologna and family

  2. Lorri (Clark) Staples says:

    So sorry for your loss. I hope you can feel some comfort knowing he will live on in his children. I have sweet memories of a summer spent at the Marshfield City pool with Mike way back in the day. I will keep his family and friends in my thoughts.

  3. Linda Clark says:

    Dear Karen and family, I am praying for God’s peace and comfort during the difficult days ahead. I remember the ballpark and the kids playing and Karen in the bleachers cheering you on. You and Bobby had a fine family!

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Mike (Bones) had such a witty sense of humor he made me laugh out loud. Thank you Mike for all laughs and funny stories. MiMiss.you.will.miss