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BS in Political Science, lots of Science & Math background.
Played a lot of different sports and had some musical training.
I.Q. in the genuis range.
In an odd twist of fate my wife of 19 years was unable to concieve; and we ended up with 3 adopted boys ages 13, 11 (biological brothers) and 7. Isn't life funny?
I live in Salt Lake still and have been interviewed for a Japanese television show, and corresponded with a couple of DI adults. While my own family keeps me hoppin', I would be delighted to add what I can to end the curiousity or uneasiness that my biological kids may be going through now that they are approaching full adulthood. I would be very open to providing information, medical history or even a nice lunch for any of my "children" or their parents.
Insemination occured at Pittsfield, MA. office of ob/gyn Dr. Frederic Levison, who was in practice at the time with Dr. Michael Schreefter and Dr. ?? Reder at Berkshire OB/GYN at 510 North Street, Pittsfield, MA. 01201
University Of Southern California School of Medicine "Andrology Laboratory," Livingston Laboratory,
USC Andrology Laboratory,
1321 N. Mission Rd,
Los Angeles, CA 90033.
See also Procreative Technologie LA/Santa Monica. Procreative Technologies began as part of University of Southern California (USC) and was located at the USC Health Science Campus. They then moved to West Los Angeles/Santa Monica. There was also a branch in St. Louis, MO. Later, USC and Procreative were bought out by California Cryobank. CCB changed the donor numbers in some cases.