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James Helfinstine

James Helfinstine

Class of 1972

Dropped out the first day of my senior year to join the Marines. A GED and several degrees and many years later I find myself retiring soon as an administrator for the Feds. Looking for love and adventure I went to Alaska in the 70's and been here since. I've done well for myself but it it wasn't easy. I'm releasing a book soon about my exploits. I hope "Bearings North" will be more successful than my short career in the music industry. The old adage "keep your day job" rings true. For anyone interested check out and listen to a few of the songs I wrote and sang on my Debut CD "Alaskan Dreams and other things. I also put out a music video "Blue Ice" that was filmed in front of a glacier at 20 below zero. I've seen more of Alaska than most Alaskans having the fortune of traveling as a part of my various jobs. Alaskan has been very good to me...sharing her beauty,bounty, and wildness. A series of some serious accidents (the last one left me in a wheel chair for over a year) and being diagnosed with Lupus have resulted in my plans to spend my retirement years on a small ranch on the Oklahoma/Arkansas border. I plan to spend a month or two visiting Alaskan during the summers. I still have my yearbook reflecting my first two years at Eisenhower. Interested in corresponding with all....

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