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Operated from 1980 to 1999. Repository was directed by Paul Smith at one time. Paul took most of the Repository donors with him when he left to start Heredity Choice. Donors may be listed under both facilities. It was also called the Nobel Sperm Bank and the Genius Sperm Bank, and was run by Dr. Robert Graham in earlier years (before Paul Smith). Paul Smith's phone number: 702 772-5380, address; 7375 South Bruce Street, Las Vegas, NV 89123; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proficient amateur musician; enjoys running, photography, tennis and reading.
Bright and handsome, well-proportioned "classical" face. Slightly extroverted. Stanford-Binet IQ=140; SAT score=1440; GRE score=1620. Slightly high blood pressure; myopia; MINOR CHIN TIC with recurrence risk at 50%. Born in 1950s. (Recent update: over 200 published papers; approx. 30 donor offspring).
University professor. Founder of a solar electicity business.
Computer science, international politics.
Probably sired more children than listed below because not all births were reported to the Repository. Kirsten 5/8/1986, Girl 1/15/1986, Boy 6/4/1987, Donald 1/20/1988, Girl 10/11/1988, Kevin 3/28/1989, Boy 3/2/1990, Boy 10/27/1991, Girl January 1992, Girl March 1992, Girl 3/19/1998.
Almost half Swedish; some English; some Scocth Irish; small amount German; small amount Dutch.
Height: 6 feet, 3 inches.
Blood type A+
Weight: 155 pounds.
Master of Arts, University of California at Berkeley.
Biology, nature, wild animals, wildlife viewing, adventure travel, hiking, environmental issues, guitar, 1950's & 1960's rock & roll music, playing guitar, reading, good ethnic and interesting food, my friends and family.
I supplied frozen, not freesh semen, by mail, when I assisted this facility. Sperm donors worked as volunteers here.