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Doctors working in this office were Roger W. Hoag, Richard Marchick, Robert P. Neff, Richard E. Buller, Katarina Lanner-Cusin and Risa Kagen. Other phone numbers for the Berkeley office whose address is above were 510-845-8297 and 510-420-9500.
These doctors also had an office at:
901 Morarga Road, Suite A; Lafayettre, Cailfornia 94549-4568; phone number: 925-284-3400.
All of these doctors are retired now, so all listed addresses and phone numbers are obsolete.
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I worked for this organization indirectly, supplying my semen samples to a Dr. H. Stewart Kimball, who passed them on to this group, from Sept. 17, 1979, to Sept. 5, 1986. I worked for this group directly from Dec. 14, 1986, to Nov. 12, 1987. I supplied them with fresh, not frozen, semen.
I had dark brown hair when I did this work; it is mostly gray now.
The donor went by the initials BS. He is shorter than 5'10'' and avg weight. Brown hair, and possibly blue eyes. He donated for OB-GYN Fertility Specialists Medical Group (Katarina Lanner-Cusin, MD) in Berkeley. This specific donation took place on May 6, 1991. He traveled out of the country around March/April in 1995.
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. Those delivered to this building were usually left at the pharmacy on the ground floor.