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MATA Capital DAY March 27, 2013
Thank you for those who helped create a RECORD turnout at the capital
from so many backgrounds and organizations.
In celebration of the life of
Dr. William Charles Warner
Honorary Member of the NATA
A well respected orthopedic surgeon in the sports medicine community of Mississippi,
Dr. William Charles Warner, 97, died Saturday, April 27, 2013, at Trezevant Terrace in Memphis, TN. A native of Panama City, FL. His medical career he began at the University of Mississippi Medical School in Oxford for two years and graduated from the Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, LA in 1942.
In Mississippi he practiced with the Jackson Bone and Joint Clinic for 32 years. He continued to serve as an orthopedic consultant for the MSU Athletic department for approximately
35 years. He considered it an honor and privilege to care for the various players over the years and enjoyed working with the coaches and Athletic trainers. He also served as Chief of Staff at Baptist Medical Center and Doctors Hospital. Dr. Warner was inducted into the Association of Coaches Hall of Fame in 1994, into the National Athletic Trainers Association in 1997.He will be remembered by his family and peers for his kind and gentle spirit, work ethic, dedication, and optimism. Dr. Warner was preceded in death by his wife of 50 years, Virginia Ross Warner, his parents, and his brother George Sheppard (Shep) Warner. He is survived by his daughter Lynn Warner Grant (David) of Nashville, TN, his son William Charles Warner, Jr. (Susan) of Memphis, TN and grandson Ross.
If you are interested in joining the MATA in a monetary donation, it is requested by the family
to send contributions to the following groups under Dr. Warner's name.
Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church Mississippi State University Foundation
305 North Congress St., Jackson, MS 39201 or PO Box 6149, Mississippi State,MS 39762
From the MATA, we Thank you for your years of service to the healthcare of athletes and support to the profession, Dr. Warner will be remembered.