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About Jim Workman
Jim Workman lives, with his wife Brenda, in Zanesville, Ohio. He currently flies a restored Ercoupe 415-C without rudder pedals, but still wears a Luscombe cap. He formerly lived in Batavia, Ohio, where he started his career teaching English and American literature at Clermont Northeastern. He was a charter member of the Clermont County Pilots Association and involved in the development of Clermont County Airport, and hiring Bill Burchett, the first FBO. He thanks the late Don and Pat Fairbanks for taking him through his Private Pilot ticket at Cardinal Air Training in 1966 for less than $600.
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