Former Maytag Repairman Makes News When DNA Tests Prove He Fathered Between 250-330 Children In The 50’s and 60’s

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San Antonio, TX- Kenneth “Kenny” Grossman, was a Maytag repairman in the 1950’s and 60’s in San Antonio Texas. Back in those days being a Maytag repairman was looked upon highly. Washer and dryer repair was a well paying profession with lots of work. People held onto their appliances longer back then and repair work was the norm. Kenny was well liked in the community and respected as a top repairman.

Over the years he began to form relationships with the folks he did business with and in those times the vast majority of his interactions were with housewives. He was quite a handsome man back in his time and many were the people who would greet him daily. Frequently pies and casseroles were made for him.

A lot of woman were wives of servicemen and Kenny would be the only man to cross the threshold while they were away. Over the course of time, pies and casseroles turned into sexual rendezvous. Back in the middle of the last century people were more discreet in their sexual affairs and the absence of technology and paper trails made a covert love affair all the more successful.

“I’m actually in DNA research, so finding out Kenneth is my father and the fact it came to fruition through DNA testing makes it all the sweeter!”, Dr. Simon Simmons

During those years it was not unusual to find a child with different color hair than their siblings. Now with the advent of home DNA kits to test your ancestry, more and more people are finding skeletons in their family tree’s closets. A rash of adults in the San Antonio area had controversial DNA test results where it was clear that their the men who raised them were not of blood relation. This led to all kinds of chaos.

After some digging and research by a former FBI profiler, Kenny Grossman was DNA tested as a possible contributor to at least some of the births in question. After hundreds of tests and re-tests, it was shown that Mr. Grossman did in-fact sire upwards of 250-330 children. Because of their ages and laws at time of conception, Kenny was cleared of any and all legal charges that may have stemmed from missed child-support payments or the like.

“All these years I thought I was sterile. My wife and I never had any children. To think that at age 97, to hear such news! What a blessing. I now feel so fulfilled and cannot wait to meet all my children“, says Kenny.

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