Vicki K Browning, born 3/26/1953 Passed away from Pancreatic cancer at her home in Bandera Tx surrounded by her loved ones on 2/25/2023.Vicki was raised in San Antonio by her Grandparents Odis Byers and Alley Bell. Vicki is proceeded in death by her Grandparents Odis Byers and Alley Bell, Mother Alley Jo Uselton, and Sister Juanita McMeans. She is survived by Edwin Browning, the love of her life.
Sons Edwin Jr and Chad Wright. Daughters; Misty Calloway, Lanell Bell, and Daughter in law Dorothy. Granddaughter Kayli Beckham. Grandsons Riley Beckham, Billy Browning, and Waylon. Sisters Toni Philips, Jo Ann Warren, and Brother Odis Byers.
Services for Vicki will be held grave side at the Bandera Cemetery at 10:00am Saturday March 4, 2023. In lieu of Flowers please send Donations to the Bandera County 4H shotgun team in honor of Vicki Browning.
Vicki was a feisty one. She would tell you when you messed up and help you fix it. She loved The Lone Star BBQ cookers; you were family to her, and she loved all the fun memories that she made with you. Just to name a few of her many accomplishments, Texas Rose Realty was a major one for her. She worked hard to get it off the ground and made a great Broker. We will miss her terribly and nobody will ever be able to fill her shoes. She was grateful for the owners and tenants that she had and wanted you to know she appreciated each one of you. The Bandera County 4H shotgun team was her pride and Joy. Even while sick she made it a point to make sure Kayli continued her shoots. She loved every one of those kids like they were her own. I would sit and talk with her about the children on the team and she would tell me something special about each child and the fond memories that she had of them. She was a rare gem and those are hard to find in today's world. Vicki was a ray of light for anyone who knew her, unless you drank her last Dr Pepper, then you better run for your life. She would help people in need anytime she had the chance. Her light will continue to shine in the people who knew her.
The outpouring and love that she saw the day of her benefit was overwhelming for her. She had no idea of the number of people that loved and supported her. That was one of the many things that made her so special.
Vicki doesn't want us to morn her. Celebrate her life and remember all the good memories you had with her. That is what she treasured the most.
To all her Family and Friends, you were loved beyond measure by her. Keep her light shining and think of the good times you had with her. You were her world and she loved you with all her heart.