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Advanced degrees in engineering and later medicine.
Growing orchids, playing piano.
This donor said he donated sperm at a University of Florida fertility center in 1986-1987, while a student there. I'm just guessing on the name of the place, not sure if there was more than one through the U of Florida back then.
In CA,I gave birth to my daughter in 1992 using this same donor, who had moved from Florida to CA and was a donating sperm while in medical school here.
I'm not sure if the donor provided the same information about himself to both sperm banks,but this is some of what he said:
Allergic to penicillin and peanuts, and was allergic to rabbit hair as a kid.
His parents had trouble conceiving and he was an only child.
Grew orchids as a hobby, as did his parents.
Minored in piano performance in college and had enjoyed playing piano his whole life. Was an active listener of symphony and opera performances.
His fun came from music and being in the outdoors.
Serious and sincere with high ideals. Many hobbies
Loved studying the sciences, and enjoyed being an inventive, tinkering kind of researcher.
Had become an engineer and enjoyed designing electrical and mechanical devices.
Because of the career path he'd chosen, he thought he might not marry until later in life and might have a limited opportunity to have children of his own.It gave him satisfaction to know that a part of him would live on regardless.