January 25, 2010
The Tritz family, of Oak Creek, from left, Sorrel, Emilee, Tanner and Chris, are hoping to raise funds for Tanner, who has cerebral palsy, to purchase a device that will allow him to communicate better. Not pictured is Tanner’s brother, Peyton.
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For the first time in his life, Tanner Tritz has a real voice. Born with cerebral palsy and plagued by seizures, Tanner, 11, has been unable to communicate clearly until recently, when his family learned about a device that acts as a voice box.