Ad Date 06/21/2015 - 06/21/2016
Jason Holmquist #03B0848
Attica Correctional Facility
PO Box 149
Attica, NY 14011-0149
My name is Jason and I’ve been incarcerated for over 11 years.
I’m a down-to-earth person — peaceful, honest, and respectful. I’ve made mistakes and suffered hardships. However, those experiences have made me a better, more compassionate man.
I have two sons, ages 13 and 15. They are so important to me and give me hope. I love them dearly. Family is so very important to me.
I’m looking to correspond with anyone who shares my likes, goals and dreams. I am open-minded, and seek someone with whom to write and listen to.
I lift weights, play softball and volleyball, and grow vegetables in the prison garden. I enjoy listening to music and would like to know what type of music you enjoy. Tell me about your likes and dislikes, your experiences.
I try to stay busy, working at my prison job 7 days a week. I got my GED and have completed many rehabilitative programs, including a certificate in legal research. I also participate in religious programs, going to Quaker meetings and studying Sufism.
For fun I work on crossword puzzles, exercise, read and write. I hope to council at-risk youths once I am released. I’m looking to contribute to society and to help others to not make the same mistakes I have.
I’d love to hear from you — tell me about your accomplishments, your struggles, your hopes and fears, or tell me anything you’d like to share.
Talk to you soon.
Date of Birth: 05-23-1978
Incarcerated since: 2002
Convicted of: 2nd degree murder
Length of sentence: -
Release Date: Life
Parole Board: 08-2027
Height: 5' 8"
Weight: 215 lbs
Sexual Preference: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Would you like letters from both sexes? Yes
Looking for: Friendship
Occupation before prison: Construction worker
Activities in prison: Work, volley ball, soft ball, gardening, chess, reading
Contact: Jason Holmquist
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