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closed in 1999, stock sold to other banks (GIVF/Fairfax eventually ended up with 1999 active donors specimens when they bought out the smaller sperm banks). CLI sold some of this stock that was bought when Washington Fertility Study Center closed, so check there for matches too.
This donor was not mine, though I initially believed so. I had the chance of communicating briefly with him before he left the site (he has no posting of his own). He had an IQ of 187, was educated and accomplished in journalism, business, and computer science, and had a high success rate for producing females. There should be 10-12 total donor offspring. Unfortunately, he passed away on April 21, 2015 from pancreatic cancer. I'm happy to answer any questions about who he is and connect you with his family. His nephew is on 23andme, so you can find out if this is your donor by testing on that site (the nephew will come up as your first cousin).