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Published: Monday, Dec. 3 2012 11:18 p.m. MST

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casual observer
Salt Lake City, UT

He was a great man whose influence in medicine and religion has blessed many beyond their comprehension.

Robb Cundick
Salt Lake City, UT

I had the great privilege of working with Dr. Warner on the Iliad medical expert system. He was such a delight to work with; always respectful of everyone and just focused on getting the job done. I remember he even took me out for a round of golf one day when we needed a break. I can't think of anyone I admire more than Dr. Warner.

Jayne Warner Pahnke
Holladay, UT

Thanks for writing such a beautiful article about Gramps. He was really such a unique and amazing man. He was always so humble and kind to everyone. He cared deeply about his family, always taking an interest in the lives of all of his grandchildren and great grandchildren. I will miss his presence at third Sunday gatherings and cherish our fun times together. I'll fondly remember our days spent at the cabin, picking blackberries in Seattle, laughing on the beach with the cousins and talking at the kitchen counter while we dipped grahams and milk. Gramps taught us how to make each day count, we'll miss him.

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