Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Travis Alexander By: Understanding The Travesties of Unexpected Murder Trials aka UTTUMT

THE EXCLUSIVE TRAVIS ALEXANDER ALBUM : PAGE 4 : The Grandmother who took little Travis Alexander in, and raised him with love, kindness and affection
Travis moved in with his grandparents Jim and Norma Sarvey when he was 11 years old. Things were rough at home with his parents, so one day he walked over to his Grandmother’s house and said to her, “I’m going to live with you now.” Travis used to quote Abraham Lincoln when referring to his grandmother changing the quote slightly by saying, “All I am, or can be, I owe to my angel (grand) mother”.



Sadly, she passed away before seeing "Justice For Travis."  May her and Travis dwell in the House of the Lord forever.  


''An incredible human being who made everyone feel special''
- THE PERSON, THE LEGACY OF THE LIFE OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER







Travis Victor Alexander, known as "T-Dog" by his friends, was born July 28, 1977 in Riverside California. He had three brothers and four sisters. His parents were Gary David Alexander (1948–1997), and Gary's third wife, the former Pamela Elizabeth Morgan (1953–2005). Growing up in Riverside, California, his childhood had been rough.

Travis was one of seven children born to parents with drug addictions. Sometimes the family lived in a tent. At other times home was a dilapidated camper in his aunt’s backyard. Often, the children went to bed hungry.

After his father's death, Alexander and his siblings were taken in by their paternal grandmother, Norma Jean Preston Alexander Sarvey (1932–2012), who eventually introduced them to the Church of the Latter Day Saints.

Following his high school graduation in 1995, Alexander served at an LDS mission in Denver Colorado, from the summer of 1996 to September 1998. For Travis, his faith became his salvation. He was devoted to the church and strictly adhered to Mormon values.

Despite his difficult and humble beginnings, Travis, broad-shouldered with bright green eyes and dark hair, was determined to do great things with his life. In 2001, he was hired to join a sales team at Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc., a company that sells legal-service insurance. Using the story of his own childhood struggles as a motivational tool, Travis excelled at the company and was quickly met with financial success as a handsome, young entrepreneur who appeared to have the world at his feet -a lifetime away from his impoverished beginnings.

By his mid-twenties, he owned an upscale five-bedroom home and was driving a BMW.

Travis also worked as a motivational speaker, living each day as if it were his last, with many accomplishments, dreams, travels, and successes.

He was an amazing individual who sought out to save the world with his positive influence, his motivational speaking and his writings. He was well on his way to making all his dreams a reality.

As a public speaker, Travis had a gift for inspiring. He preached “limitless thinking” and encouraged others to achieve their dreams. In his own life, Travis was positive and ambitious, swallowing life in big gulps.

Travis had many goals. He wanted to be independently wealthy and travel the world, and he fancied the possibility of eventually getting involved in politics. Near the end of his life, his main aspiration was to get married and to have a family.

Several years prior to his untimely death, he moved to Mesa for business opportunities and to build a life in a strong Mormon community.

It was a change from how he grew up. After graduating from high school, he served a two-year mission in Denver.

Travis didn't smoke or drink alcohol or caffeine. He kept fit with yoga, ate nutritious foods and wore a calorie counter to stay on track.

Recently, he had become concerned about the environment and began recycling, bought cloth grocery bags to give friends, and traded his BMW for a Toyota Prius hybrid.

One of his proudest accomplishments was a spiritual motivational book he had recently finished that addressed, in part, how he overcame his struggles in life, titled 'Raising You'.. His friends and family plan to publish the book.

Friends called him a "walking musical" because he loved to break out in song.

Travis thought mullets were the funniest thing in the world and developed a character called Eddie Snell, who friends encouraged him to use in his training speeches.

Travis lived barely 30 years, but by then he had touched more lives than most do in a life time.







''Become a BETTER you. This is my wish for all of you..''







CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

We get to the car, Travis puts the equipment in the back, gets in the passenger seat, and hands me an envelope. Travis then smiles that great smile and says "This will help you get your business going."





CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

''Travis sees a homeless man. He pulls over, he talks to him, brings him to his house, lets him get showered, gives him a change of clothes, his own clothing''






CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

''Travis was a force in the world for good''






CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

"Travis had this incredible ability to light up the room and immediately make everyone excited about THEIR futures''




CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

''Travis took me and my business out of a slump, and he earned a pile of money along the way. But something much more incredible and meaningful happened. He became a friend for life. He became my very best friend. Travis was an example to me in so many ways. He was an example of love, kindness and compassion''




CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

''Travis had a beautiful home in the area, so when we went to visit and to stay, he said, "Here, you guys take my room." That was just the guy. He would have given you the shirt off his back''








CHERISHING THE LEGACY OF TRAVIS ALEXANDER

''You would have liked to hang out with Travis, because no matter where he was, he made everyone in the room or anyone that was in his vicinity feel good, feel special''


Napolean aka Naps.  Travis's pug and best friend.  





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