Phillip Owen Warner M.D.

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The world is a lesser place with the passing of Dr Phillip Warner. He was a wonderful compassionate physician with theories years ahead of his time. He practiced in the Natomas area until 6 months before he died. He was one of the leading physicians in the northern California area for hormone replacement therapy. Dr Warner was born in Chicago & moved to the Los Angeles area for his high school years. He attended UCLA undergraduate program & UCSF medical school.He did his military internship at Tripler military base in Hawaii & his Ob-Gyn residency at Letterman hospital in San Francisco & Ireland military base in Fort Knox Kentucky. Dr Warner served as the first commander of a mash unit in the Viet Nam war. He earned a bronze star for his service there. Returning from Viet Nam he established an Ob- Gyn practice in the Los Gatos area and was there for more than 30 years. He came to Sacramento in 2002 with his wife Diane. Together they opened Medifast Medical center in Natomas The program combined hormone therapy with weight control. Dr Warner leaves his wife Diane, three children: David Warshofsky(Kristina)of Los Angeles, Cynthia Dixon(David) of Portand Or & Pamela Canter(Chris) of San Mateo. Seven grandchildren: Ryan, Zachary,& Emma Dixon of Portland, Connor & Hayden Canter of San Mateo, Mac Gee & Helen Warshofsky of Los Angeles. He was also very close to Diane's daughter Cheryl Langford & her husband Greg. Cheryl's first husband Rob Quillin & their son Andrew. No services will be held locally. A memorial service will be held at the San Mateo Marriott hotel on May24th at !:00 PM.

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