Mark Browning


Mark Owen Browning May 5, 1957 to January 31, 2016

With profound sadness and other mixed emotions we announce the very peaceful passing of Mark Browning, 58 at home with family.

He is lovingly remembered by his brothers Jamie and D’Arcy (Theresa) of Calgary, his closest friend Rick Myshak and sister Connie, his daughter Cindy, his nephew Joshua(Chilian and Lauresa), his niece Krista Weber (Georg and Stella) in Germany, step brothers Lonnie and Terry as well as many dear friends and colleagues. He was recently predeceased by his wife Patricia, his mother Joyce Smith and father Jim Browning.

Memorial service to be held Monday, February 22, 2016, 11 AM at The Park Church, 1 Brower Dr (corner of Baseline Rd), Sherwood Park, Alberta.

In lieu of flowers, donations of new socks, underwear and toiletries will be collected in the church foyer for the McCauley Senior’s Homeless Center, Edmonton to honour Mark and Pat’s legacy of giving. Cremation has taken place, no interment to follow.

The family thanks you for your prayers and support at this time. We hope to have some time with each of you to hear your stories about Mark. Thank you for joining us in remembering this legendary man.

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Hey bro!
Here we are, a full year missing you. Every day you are part of our lives, our kids lives. We miss you Marky. Of course you see that from your new cushy painless life. That brings a smile, even after tears over dinner with Krista, Georg and Stella last night. Wish you could be here to visit with the family, meet the new Browning boy named after you. I guarantee that you will never be forgotten brother, you have left a legacy forever, just as you wished.
Love and respect, tree xoxoxo

Shelley Ricketts

Mark was a man who truly gave everything he had, even when he was suffering himself.

Two words resonate with me when I remember Mark, honest…and kind. He truly had a heart of gold and continued to give and donate to the McCauley Seniors Centre even when he was struggling..a charity that was very important to him.

I was so taken aback knowing the health issues that Mark was going through that he continued to host the annual fundraising Pirate Party for the Centre. He had made this a priority, to give back whatever he had to those who had very little.

I will miss you Mark, you remind me of what the important things in life are. Rest in peace my friend.

Debbie Eisenporth

We will miss our dear friend of 32 yrs, we lived with Mark in his basement we Mark Eisenporth and I Debbie Eisenporth first met at which time I became pregnant with our son Chris. Everytime we’d get together with him and friends he’d always bring it up this is where they conceived their first in my house. He was a wonderful friend to both of us, to know we will not see him again is to hard to come to terms with thinking of him daily. My Mark spent almost everyday with him for his last 3 months of his life, taking him to doctors, picking up groceries, prescriptions etc. They were also to launch a new coming called AtoZ western liquidation 3 days before his death. Mark was so excited to get this going, Mark will honor him and still try to get this up and running. He will remain beside him always his passenger. Mark was the last to see him, checking up on him as he always did to make sure he was ok. Mark thanked my Mark for coming to see him, he died after he left his room. Could this only be a dream we all wish, could we please just have him back, this world, his friends, his family, have lost a great giant, never ever to be forgotten. We’ll always love you Mark forever and ever Mark and Debbie Eisenporth.

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