Angela Fisher

Hi. My name is Angela. I have been here for a while now and it can get lonely at times. I would really appreciate a new connection. A friendship that would transcend prison walls. I would like to share triumphs with you and listen with vigor as you share your own. It would be interesting to me to listen as you describe what you may consider a boring day. It is amazing the things I could share myself. This may be a gated community but there is plenty to talk about.

Here are a few things about me. I am a worker, a prayer, a leader, an overcomer, and a perfectionist. I am still working on that last one. I am a certified yoga instructor and work out regularly. I have found both peace of mind and a toned body through yoga. I also like yogurt, but that is another conversation.

I never get tired of sunsets and appreciate the sights and smells of the fall season. Science makes me happy and a new book gives me a thrill.

I would like to meet someone with education and a good sense of humor. I am looking for someone warm and kind. I offer those same attributes. Age and gender are not important to me. It is all about character and compatibility. I am open minded. If you think we could be friends, please write me and give it a chance.

We have JPay or you can send a letter via the USPS. If you use the former, please include a return stamp. If you go with the latter, please include your address in the body of the letter. I do not get the envelopes.

You can contact via Email on Please include a return stamp.

Select the state of Michigan and enter inmate ID#257394 Select: Angela Fisher / Agency: Michigan Department of Corrections.

You can also write me at the following address:

Angela Fisher # 257394
Women’s Huron Valley Correctional Facility
3201 Bemis Rd.
Ypsilanti, MI 48197-0911

Please include your address in the body of the letter so that I may respond. I do not get the envelope.

Do not send cash, personal checks or stamps. The mail will be rejected and returned to you at the inmate’s expense. The letter(s) inside must be addressed to the inmate on the envelope.

Mail must have a return address (as defined by the USPS), including an identifiable last name.

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