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CLI (formerly known as Genetic Lab) started shipping frozen sperm all over the country in the early 70's, so don't limit your search to the state you were conceived in unless you know that fresh sperm was used).
Possible employee of White Memorial Medical Center.
My brother and I are full siblings so the same donor was used for both insemination procedures done in approximately June of 1973 and June of 1975. Donor may possibly be an employee that was working at White Memorial Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. My mother's OB/GYN was Masao Nakamoto, MD. My brother and I have both DNA tested at 23andMe and Ancestry. My DNA has been uploaded to MyHeritage, Family Tree DNA and GEDmatch.
I was insemenated by a donor in
March of 1978.The Dr. name was Dr Mark Gross. There is no donor # as fresh sperm was used. I was told the sperm donor was 23 yrs old, of Irish-German ancestry, was married with a child and another on the
way. He had Blue eyes, dk brown hair, and was very tall. He worked in
construction. My son was born on December 16,1978. He had beautiful
dk blue eyes, brown hair, dimples. and was 6'4" in height. He was
very mechanical minded. He took his crib apart when he was 2 and
could install plumbing fixtures by the time he was 12,( even though
he couldn't read the instructions!!. He was a cable installer at the
time of his death making $25 an hour. Pretty good for a 21 yr old. He
suffered from severe depression and learning disabilities. He was a
wonderful son despite his problems. He left me a BEAUTIFUL
GRANDDAUGHTER. I hope that I am able to someday meet his half
siblings and that they will be able to see his beautiful child and
learn what a wonderful son he was. Thanks so much for listening.
At the time of donation I was living in Wichita, Kansas working for Cessna Aircraft Company as a Design Engineer. I was asked by the friend of a friend to donate sperm for a fertility clinic which I did several times during the year 1978.
Donated 1973-74, and 1980-81, hair was dark brown to black, donated while a medical student at Emory University, via private OB/GYN practice of Drs Velkoff and Moyer, offices in colony square, midtown, atlanta, georgia
Atlanta, GA. AI took place in Velkoff's Colony Square, Midtown office around July or August 1974. Donor may or may not have fit my adoptive father's description: Jewish with wavy dark hair. However, could also have been fair, as I have dark blonde hair, fair skin, and blue eyes. I have O type blood, so donor could have had A, B, or O type blood, but not AB.
I have straight brown hair and brown eyes. Blood type AB +. I am an RN. I was conceived at the offices of Drs Stephens, Ely and Mast on Townsend St. in Birmingham, Michigan. My parents wrote down their hair and eye color as was required and the doctors tried to find a donor who looked similar. They were told the donor was a medical or law student and that is all the information they remember giving and receiving.
I am the mother of a 30 year-old woman who was conceived in October of 1974 at the office of David Carl Gustafson, MD in Royal Oak Michigan (Detroit area). I was told that the sample was fresh and had just been delivered and since the office was in the medical complex of William Beaumont Hospital that the sample was probably from a medical student. I was also informed that blood type was not taken into consideration. My daughter is caucasion, blood type A+, very tall, thin, gray-green eyes and blond but with dark eyebrows. My daughter has some medical conditions and would ike information regarding her heredity.
I was a sperm donor in Great Falls, Montana between 1976-1978. I was in the military stationed at Malmstrom AFB, MT. The OB/GYN
physicians in town were the physicians for the recipients. My characteristics 5'11", blonde/brown hair, blue eyes, freckles,. I dontated for about 12- 15 women at the time the Nurse practioner I worked for said I might have assisted in producing 10 - 12
babies ( I was a medic working in the OB/gyn clinic on base). No other information was given to me the transfer of semen was done at the local hospital in Great Falls.
I donated to a private ob/gyn MD, Dr. Magoogan(?Spelling) from 1973 to 1976 while going to the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Omaha. Dr. Magoogan provided the service to people all around the mid-west. I have been involved successfully in many different and varied forms of athletics throughout my life.
I am the mother of 2 children and was artificially inseminated
twice - starting at the end of 1967. My first child was born in
September, 1968. My second child was born in August 1971. I was told
by my doctor that the donor was the same person for both children. I
was referred to this doctor (an older female GYN) by Margaret Sanger
Clinic in New York, New York (which is now Planned Parenthood).
Neither my ex-husband or I remember the name of the doctor. In those
days, it was the beginning of artificial insemination and everything
was TOTALLY SECRETIVE. We didn't even get to chose the donor, as
people are allowed to these days. The doctor chose the person and
did not share any details at all except that his profile closely
matched my ex-husband. All that we were told was that he was a
medical school student in New York. The donor sperm came through another doctor, Dr. John McCloud (deceased).
My mother's doctor was Dr. Irwin Weiner. His office is now long closed. This was in the early 70s and at the time his office was located at 614 2nd Avenue at 34th Street. However, he was affiliated with NYU Medical Center. I was told my donor was Jewish and a NYU Med student. There were a few donations in late 1972 (Dec.) and early (Jan.) 1973. I was born October 1973. I have dark (almost black )hair, pale skin and brown eyes. I am also very thin, which I did not seem to inherit from my Mom. I am 5"2'. I am searching for my sperm donor or any possible siblings.
I was born in New York City in 1977. I have been told that I was conceived at Mt. Sinai or the office of Dr. Richard Moss (the doctor involved with the procedure). To the best of my knowledge, the donor was a medical student, resident or doctor. I would like to meet my donor or any potential siblings who might be out there. I look forward to hearing from you.
I'm 30 years old, born January 20, 1976. Female, brown hair, brown eyes, 5'1", 120 lbs. My brother was born February 18, 1978. My mother went to Dr. Callas in Portland, Oregon.
Please note that I have since found my biological father and we have established a wonderful relationship. I would love to find more siblings out there because I know he donated for many years in Portland and we know of at least two other children out there.
All I know about my donor is that he was used for both my older brother and I. For my brother it would have been in 1973 and for me it would have been in 1977. The OBGYN that my mom was attending at
the time was located in Odessa, Texas. I talked to the doctor, who has since retired, myself and he told me that all the screening and info taken on the father was done through a pharmacist. And the pharmacist has since passed away and he didn't know where the pharmacist's records would be kept. The only "hint", if you would call it that, that the doctor gave me was that he knew they were asking college students to donate. But who knows?! Anyway I know this isn't much but this is all I have gotten so far. Any help would be greatly appreciated!