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Donor number unknown. Fresh donation Winter 1985. I know very little other than he was a UC Berkeley student and supposedly was chosen to look like my dad does, which would have been darker hair and eyes, however I have blue eyes and my natural hair color might be best described as Swedish blond. I look quite a lot like my mother and grandmother so, not sure if my looks are helpful.
My mother was inseminated on September 21, 1981 by Dr. Beernink. She was told you had dark hair, brown eyes and were a Med Student at UCSF I believe. My blood type is O-, completely different from others in my family.
My Donor would be A, B or O positive or negative.
I have found my donor and we have had discussions. I am on 23 and me.
The donor has since decided to go back into hiding due to pressures from his current family but I am happy to share many interesting details if you match with me in 23 and me, however, I will not disclose his name per his wishes.
Biological Anthropologist, with a speciality in genetics. Also a faculty union officer.
Rock climbing, hiking, scuba diving, reading, union activist.
I donated via Dr. Kimball to several fertility practices in Berkeley, clustered around Alta Bates Hospital. My motivation was that none of the other donors would allow their donations to go to Lesbian couples, which to me was bullshit. To me, anyone who wanted a child so badly that they would go through medical artificial insemination deserved to be a parent.
The fertility practices that used my donations were: DR. Kimble, the Beernik brothers, Dr. Canin, Dr. Burch, Dr. Butler, Dr. Nishimini, Dr. Strietland, Dr. Chetkowski, and Dr. Weick, plus a female physician whose name I failed to record. 12 of my donations were at Children's Hospital San Francisco., while the others were at: 3000 Colby, 2915 Telegraph, 2999 Regent Street and Alta Bates Hospital.
My donations were used primarily for: Lesbians, Jews, and women suffering from PID.
If you are A+, B+, or AB+ then you could be one of my genetic offspring. If you are ABO type O or Rh-, then it's not possible that we are related.
I was part of Doctor H. Stewart Kimball's "stable",as he liked to call it. Fresh, not frozen, samples were delivered to his office or to various other doctors around the Bay Area as per his direction. The samples delivered to his office were used in that building or taken to other doctors, sometimes to San Francisco or Contra Costa County. I have date and time records of each donation and notation of where it was delivered. Where the sample was finally administered I have no way of knowing. Samples for Beernink & Beernink were usually dropped off at the pharmacy on the ground floor.
We were told my donor had a Muscular build, blonde hair and blue eyes .
My mother was also told that he may have been a medical student (who interned at the hospital not far
away) at the time of his donation but we are not certain of this. My blood type is O-, as is my mother's.