AUGUST BIRTHDAYS The Inmates below are celebrating a birthday this month, send them a birthday note!!! Gregorio Zubiate #01981094 8/1 Jeremy Pimm #02042298 8/21 Roderick Gonnie #198588 8/3 Miram Abreago #WE4502 8/22 Lorenzo Suttles #18231-074 8/5 Leo Duran #141902 8/23 Anthony C. I’m honorably separated from the US Marine Corp which is how I came to live in NC. I’m 5’2, 130lbs, 32-26-24, jet black hair, hazel eyes and beautiful white smile. Vickie Bruggman , Texas I’m a very open minded person who loves to laugh and just enjoy life.
Smith #79789 8/5 Michael Alden #701448 8/24 Joshua Hackney #929921 8/7 Christopher Warren #17343-055 8/25 Bennie Bobo #k71531 8/8 Daris Boles #895173 8/26 Darin Pitcher #AW3181 8/8 Noel Stephens #20479-055 8/27 Malissa Williams #189776 8/10 Misty Roberts #219911 8/28 Stephanie Haupert #6304143 8/16 Michael Medina #28858-180 8/29 Christopher Lewis #312948 8/16 Diego Mendez #362399 8/30 Rosemary Halley #727465 8/20 Oscar Taggart (42), Washington Hi, I’m Mr. I’m not judgmental and others can talk to me about anything, so can you.
Here are some fun things you can do here, view inmate profiles, view photos of inmates, check out artwork drawn by prisoners, read inmate poetry, see some of our inmate’s tattoos, read inmate documents, write inmates letters, find pen pals, and so much more!
We hope you will open up your world and find out how truly wonderful it is to bring happiness into a lonely ones heart.
It’s something simple like this that could lift their spirits and brighten their day.
Feel free to browse through the various pages of Inmate Members and become a pen pal.
Prison is far from being the “Club Fed” that it has been made out to be.
You write to these women through the post office to contact them.
Paper Dolls does not provide email service to anyone listed on this site.
Here on our website we have over 3000 inmates who have posted profiles in search of finding a new friend to correspond with. Studies have shown that inmates who have pen pals or have continued correspondence with friends or loved ones have a lower recidivism rate than those who don’t.
So by becoming a pen pal to an inmate you are actually doing a good service to society.