Mrs Browning is a part-time kindergarten teacher and retired semi-professional athlete. Up until the age of 32, Mrs Browning played state level basketball and made the national team twice in her mid-twenties, Mrs Browning has stayed exceptionally active and still swims regularly with her swimming squad at Challenge Stadium, plays tennis twice a week and cycles around the bridges or King’s Park on the weekends with her husband, Denny. Mr and Mrs Browning have 5 children and 14 grandchildren.
Mrs Browning is also a volunteer at Shenton Park Dog Shelter and her local “Save The Children” Charity Shop. She enjoys a varied social life, including a regular card night with friends, movies, theatre, fishing and travelling. Mrs Browning also enjoys various crafts, including quilting and scrapbooking.
Mrs Browning knows little of her family history, as the majority of her family still live in Canada. She emigrated to Australia after meeting and falling in love with Denny during the war. Her father died in a skiing accident at 68 and her mother developed diabetes later in life and passed away at 84, presumably of a heart attack. To the best of her knowledge, Mrs Browning has no family history of cancer, heart disease, or osteoporosis.