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Barbara Ann Browning Lubniewski

May 20, 1936 — February 13, 2024

Warner Robins

Barbara Ann Browning Lubniewski passed away in Atlanta, Georgia on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, at the age of 87.

Barbara was born in Laurens County (Dublin), Georgia on May 20, 1936, the daughter of Colen Oscar Browning and Nettie Lou Mallory Browning. Barbara and her younger brother, Douglas Colen Browning, grew up on her family’s farm in rural Laurens County.

Barbara was a member of the first graduating class of Laurens County High School in 1954.   Barbara graduated from Middle Georgia College in Cochran, Georgia in 1957 with an Associate Degree.  She enjoyed campus life, and participated in many clubs, including the choir and FBLA. Barbara was elected as a Superlative and the Middle Georgia College May Queen.  She made many friends during her college years, with whom she maintained strong friendships until her death.  Barbara and her friends enjoyed attending their college reunions well into their older years.

Barbara moved to Warner Robins, Georgia after graduation to work at Robins Air Force Base.  She had an interesting career at RAFB, including working in the General’s office during the Cuban Missile Crisis.  Barbara met her former husband, Peter A. Lubniewski, while living and working in Warner Robins.  She retired to be a homemaker and raise her four children, and returned to work at RAFB when her children were older and more self-sufficient. Barbara retired from RAFB in 1999.  She was a member of Central Baptist Church and the local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Barbara’s greatest joy was serving her family, which included creating a wonderful home for her four children, taking care of her parents in their later years, and spending time with her granddaughter.

She had a “can do” attitude and was not afraid to tackle any home project.  She became a great hostess and cook.  She loved to travel with her friends and family.  She was an avid gardener and enjoyed many hours working in her home garden and at her house on Lake Sinclair.  Barbara was happiest when surrounded by her family, whether at home in Warner Robins, at the lake, or on family vacations.

Barbara is preceded in death by her parents, her son John Lubniewski, her brother Douglas Browning, and her niece Lisa Browning Tribble.

Barbara is survived by her daughters Angela (Angie) Lubniewski, Maria Lubniewski, and Kristin Lubniewski Amoss (Dave); her daughter-in-law Stacy Feagin Lubniewski; her granddaughter Madeline Lubniewski; her sister-in-law Sandra Faye Browning; and her niece Kathy Browning Wilkes.

Barbara’s family would like to thank the employees of Charter Senior Living of Vinings and Amity Care Hospice for the compassionate care that they provided for Barbara, especially in her final days.

Visitation will be Saturday, February 24, 2024, from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. at McCullough Funeral Home.  A funeral service will immediately follow at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of McCullough Funeral Home.  Afterward, Barbara Ann Browning Lubniewski will be laid to rest in Magnolia Park Cemetery. For friends and family unable to attend, the service will be streamed live via the McCullough Funeral Home Facebook page at

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