He was born in Atlanta to Cecil and Lucille Bond Browning.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by: a son, Kevin Bingham; and a son-in-law, David Governor.
Tim is survived by: his wife, Emma Jean Watts Bingham Browning; a daughter, Brooke Browning Governor of Centerville, Tenn.; a brother, Jim Browning of Parsons, W.Va.; two sisters, Lorraine Browning Powell of Brookville, Pa., and Cecilia Beliveau of Annandale, Va.; three grandchildren, Nikki Bingham, Austin Bingham and Shaee Bingham; and a great-grandchild, Isabella Mooney.
Tim was employed as the operations director for Rabun County Recycling, where he treated all of his employees with equal respect no matter what their job entailed. He attended Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He loved people, and he enjoyed the outdoors, boating, jet skiing and four-wheeling. His wishes are, “In memory of me, recycle.”
Funeral services were held Sunday at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. Raymond Page officiating. Burial followed at Bethel Cemetery in Tiger.
Memorial donations in Timothy Browning’s memory may be made to: Rabun County Board of Education, Tim Browning Fund for children, 41 Education Lane, Clayton, GA 30525; or to the Warwoman Volunteer Fire Department.
Beck Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. An online guestbook is available at http://www.beckfuneralhome.com.