The three powerful lawmakers took their turns speaking before the crowd, each one struggling to find the right words.
If this had been a political rally, maybe the words would have come easier. But this was something much tougher. This was a memorial for Jack Splitt.
“How many 15-year-olds change the world the way Jack did?” state Rep. Jonathan Singer asked during his eulogy.
A crowd of hundreds on Thursday remembered Splitt, a Jefferson County teenager who battled cerebral palsy…