Prison PenPal Jim Burns

Jim Burns

Jim is 59 and incarcerated in the US (WA).

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I’m a tall, slim, adventurous, spontaneous, good-humored, and spiritual guy. I like riding motorcycles, traveling, hiking, photography, swimming, darts (Cricket), video games, technology, food (especially German and Italian), music (60’s and 70’s are my favorite, but I have an eclectic taste spanning most genres), movies, karaoke (mostly watching), reading (Catholicism, history, travel, renovation and motorcycle riding), and web development (JavaScript, Nodejs, React, Git).

My faith is extremely important to me, it defines who I am. I am secure in my relationship with God, and being in his will. I look forward to what He has in store for me. I’d love to experience the sites of Rome, and other Catholic sites in Italy and the rest of Europe.

I get a lot of comfort and peace from my faith, but prison is a lonely isolated existence, so I would like to meet some new people for meaningful and lasting friendships, and later, possibly more with that special person. I’m an open book and I’d be happy to talk about anything, including my past, present, and my hopes for the future.

Between growing up and my time in the service, I have lived all over the U.S. and in three foreign countries (France, Germany and Korea). Someday I would like to ride my motorcycle across the U.S.; hitting every state and experiencing the sites, activities, food and history they have to offer. Then, I’d love to do the same in Europe. From 1979 to 1982, I lived on a U.S. military base (Patch Barracks) in Vaihingen (near Stuttgart), Germany. Without a doubt, that was my most favorite place I’ve ever lived in. I got to see a lot of Germany, but I also visited Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Austria, Switzerland and Italy (the last three skiing). I have so many fond memories from that time of my life.

If you’d like to get to know me better, please don’t hesitate to send me a note. I prefer Securus, it’s quicker and you don’t have to try and read my handwriting, but any method will do. Cheers!

Date of Birth: 03/18/1963 (59 years old)
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Divorced
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Race: White
Ethnicity: Not Hispanic or Latino
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown
Height: 6 ft.
Body Type: Average
Hometown: Kent, Washington (USA)
Spoken Languages: English
Religion: Roman Catholic
Astrological Sign: N/A

Profile will end on: 06/07/2023

Jim Burns #385895

Monroe Correctional Complex – Twin Rivers Unit
P.O. Box 888
Monroe, WA 98272

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Incarcerated Since: 2015
Sentence Received: 18 years to life
Earliest Release: 2031

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1st Degree Rape of a Child
1st Degree Child Molestation (x2)

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