I am intersted in Portewood DNA, Endekott DNA. Logsdon DNA, Gassaway DNA and any other surnames suspected of being related.
FREE DNA Test Founder Dies. Will we lose the FREE service? ? ? ! !
Will policies change do to death of the founder?
See the entire press release at:
"... James LeVoy Sorenson, a globally prominent medical device inventor, entrepreneur and philanthropist, died of cancer today, surrounded by his family. He was 86.
...The non-profit Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation connects individuals and families throughout the world and across generations by building the world's foremost collection of correlated genetic and family history information, in more than 170 countries. The GeneTree family history social networking site helps individuals discover and connect with potential relatives throughout the world. Sorenson Genomics, the world's first laboratory accredited by the American Association of Blood banks for genetic genealogy testing services, performs high-capacity testing services for individuals, families and organizations globally. It provided identification testing after the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami disaster, and performed the genetic testing services for the acclaimed PBS series African American Lives. Sorenson Forensics, founded in 2006, consists of a world-class team of biological forensics testing and analysis professionals, assisting law enforcement agencies and other organizations in solving advanced forensic cases. .."
To order a free participation kit before it is too late go to:
and order the kit.
I will help you interpret the results, if you keep me informed of your progress. Let me know when you order the kit, when you receive it and when you return it.
Keep me informed at:
7906 34th Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98126
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I have no business connection, no financial connection and no formal connection tho smgf.org
I accept no money for my DNA or genealogy help.
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