OPOMAC board chooses Browning as interim director
After moving to Graham only last year, Lynsey Browning, will temporarily take the reigns of the Old Post Office Museum and Arts Center as its interim director, the OPOMAC board announced.
Browning was born and raised in Southwest Missouri and in 2004, moved to Tyler with her family. She attended High School at Grace Community School in Tyler where she contributed greatly to the startup of the family business.
She originally attended the University of Texas at Tyler and pursued a history degree, but after two years she moved onto Tarleton State University in Stephenville, where she graduated with a bachelor of science degree in animal industries and a minor in business.
She met her husband Kurtis while in Stephenville and they wed in April 2014. They moved to the DFW area where Browning served as the administrative assistant to the director of the North Texas Baptist Association in Lewisville while living in Pilot Point.
After tiring of city life, the couple wanted to be close to family, so they made their way to Graham August 2017, where Kurtis accepted a job as a registered nurse at Graham Regional Medical Center.
“I am greatly looking forward to serving the Graham community as the Interim Director at the OPOMAC. Graham is such a unique town with a special history that I am excited about showcasing through historical artifacts and artwork. I will be very community-driven and look forward to getting to know the people who make Graham what it is,” Browning said.