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Lannie Browning

Tuesday, November 23, 2021
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Lannie Browning, of Iowa Park, Tx, born November 29, 1952, was called to his Heavenly home on November 21, 2021, at the age of 68.  Funeral services will be held at 2 PM on Wednesday, November 24, 2021 in the chapel at Dutton Funeral Home in Iowa Park.  Graveside services will follow at Highland Cemetery in Iowa Park. 

Lannie was the kind of man it felt good to be around. He adored his family and friends, and loved gathering with them on the back patio, telling stories and using catch phrases that would get you laughing so hard, you'd cry. He believed family was most important, and boasted about his. He was a true patriot and was proud to be an American. He enjoyed touring the country in his 18-wheeler. He had the utmost respect and admiration for service members, both active and retired. With his music, Lannie touched many hearts and influenced many musicians. His greatest influence was Waylon Jennings. He was so proud to sign his recording contract, alongside Reba McEntire, with Mercury Records out of Nashville, TN. Being a barroom musician didn't waver his love for God. He was a spiritual man and truly earned his seat in the Heavenly choir. 

Lannie is preceded in death by his parents, Willie and Lida Browning, his sister, Kay Colvin, a son, his daughter, Amanda Browning, grandsons, Jason and Dillon, and several friends. He is survived by his wife, Sue Browning, son, Lannie Browning, Jr. (Angel), daughters, Darla Stewart, Brandi Bartling (Keith), and Heather Putnam (Michael), brother, Eddie Browning (Kat), niece, Rita Perez (Jake), several grandchidren, great-grandchildren, and many friends.