Osborne High School in Cobb County is mourning the loss of a beloved teacher and football coach who was killed this week in a motorcycle accident.
Coach Browning was a loved coach, and teacher. He was just 29 years at the time of death.
Teco was riding his Honda CBR500 north on Ga. 92 about 3:30 p.m. when a work truck hauling an enclosed trailer turned in front of him, according to the Georgia State Patrol. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to reports.
Coach Teco Browning was one of the most loving, dedicated, faithful, and consistent figures at Osborne High School. As a diligent co-teacher to many in the classroom and one of the coaches on the Osborne Football Team, he epitomized true integrity and leadership.
As a coach, he exemplified great character and consistently showed our young male athletes the authentic meaning of being a team player. Despite the trials of the football season, he provided our athletes with perspective and taught them to see beyond the game. Most importantly, Coach Teco was a kindhearted, intelligent, joyful man with a smile that always lit up the room and a laugh that was contagious. Coach Browning was loved, respected, and he is truly irreplaceable to his peers, students, athletes, friends, family, and community.
Unfortunately, the life of this beautiful soul was cut short on Tuesday, January 20th in an automobile accident. Coach Browning left behind his spouse (Alexis), newborn daughter (Nami), and son (Teco Jr.). Coach Browning took pride and joy in his family. His love for them was undeniable. In order to help his family during this difficult time, we are accepting monetary donations on the following GoFundMe page. We sincerely appreciate your support and ask that you keep the Browning family in your prayers.