Sperm donor wants to leave a legacy of life

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by Scots » 28 May 2013

I am 66 years old. My wife and I never had children, due to her hysterectomy after we were married.
Now I am a retired Registered Nurse with an M.S. degree, and a Master of Divinity degree,
I work part time as an RN, volunteer at the Free Clinic, and my wife and I have hosted several exchange students the past few years in the Shenandoah Valley. As a healthcare professional and a spiritual person, I wish to leave a legacy of life. My wife agreed I could do this, but it would have to be AI, and not NI. We have a covenant with each other I will not break. I wish to help a loving couple conceive. Just wishing to leave a legacy of life, I prefer to be out of the picture.
At the age of 18, the child may know all about me and meet me. My health is good and I am STD and HIV free. I have been in a committed monagamous marriage since 1981. If I may help a heterosexual couple conceive, please contact me.
Thanks, Scots

by Steph61 » 02 Jul 2013

Hi my name is Stephanie and are u looking to coparent or just be a donor




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