I started working for Drs. Warner and Kraemer while I was still in college. I was always grateful for them teaching and guiding a young girl. They were so different personality-wise, but great to work for. My condolences to all the family.
My deepest sympathy to the Warner family.Bob and I were collegues for many served on the board of the Pgh OB/GYN Soc. together. A great man and a great physician.
They say that women always fall “a little in love with their obstetrician”.No one beside your husband can experience the intimacy of that wonderful moment of the birth of your child. Dr. Warner delivered all 7 of my children, beginning 58 years ago. And each time he made it seem like it was his first delivery –and the most special. The expression and smile on his face seemed to reaffirm that each one was Gods little miracle. Of course, he also shook his head at me by the time number 7 came along. My prayers and sympathy are with you, his family.
Barbara (Murphy) Whalen, Whitehall, PA
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Warner family, especially Tom whom I worked with for 40 years.
Dr. Warner delivered our only daughter some 37 years ago and my wife never stopped saying what a wonderful person he was. She was a good judge as we had lived in two other cities prior to moving back to Pittsburgh and two other doctors had delivered our daughter's two older brothers. God bless you Dr.Warner!!!
David and Mary Sue Goetz, Highland Beach, Fl.
I grew up hearing the name " Dr. Warner "( being a Kraemer)
From my childhood days through adulthood, Dr. Warner was always gentle, kind,and had a twinkle in his eye when he smiled. The day my Dad passed away, he was soon at the door,to give his condolences and support.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I have thought many times, that when an OB goes to heaven, he must begin to deliver angels!
My sincere sympathies at the loss of such a wonderful man. He was an amazing doctor & a very calming presence during my difficult delivery. My prayers will be with your families for comfort and peace. God's blessing upon you all.
It has been a privilege to have Bob Warner's friendship. His kind and gentle manner, quiet humor, and creative energy made him a pleasure to be around. Don and Eunice Quinn, Fort Myers, FL
Dear Bob and Family,
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your father. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
Dr Warner was MY Doctor...what a wonderful, caring man. 5 children delivered, and the most kind and gentle care. He treated this scared, young mother with kid gloves. My sympathy to his entire family. There was no better!
Tom and family,
My condolences during this difficult time. You are in my prayers.
My deepest sympathy at the loss of your husband. Dr. Warner was a kind and caring man. My prayers are with you and your family at this most difficult time.
Dr. Warner was my gynecologist for many years. I knew him to be a gentle kind and caring man.When he retired it was difficult to find another Doctor like him. Sympathy to all his family. Kareen Apel.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. He was a good friend of my parents.
Dr. Warner was a sweet, gentle, caring man. He was always smiling and made me feel relaxed during my pregnancy and after care. He delivered my sons. I really missed him when he retired. God Bless you Dr. Warner.