Nancy Winkler

Design Unveiled For Memorial Where 6 Died in 2013 Center City Building CollapseShoppers and employees were killed when a building being demolished fell onto a Salvation Army thrift store at 22nd and Market Streets.
Phila. City Council Presses Ahead With New Structure For L&I OversightDespite the plea for delay from the mother of a woman killed in the 2013 Market Street building collapse, the proposed charter change got City Council committee approval.
Nutter Administration Plans Memorial at Site of 2013 Fatal Building CollapseMayor Nutter says the Salvation Army has offered to donate the site of last year's collapse, at 22nd and Market Streets, for a memorial to the six people killed.
2013 IN REVIEW: Building Collapse Prompts Changes in Philadelphia LawsWithin days of the collapse, Mayor Nutter announced new restrictions on how contractors in Philadelphia obtain demolition permits.
Parents of Woman Killed In Center City Building Collapse Call For Tighter RegulationTestifying was Nancy Winkler, the city treasurer, and her husband, whose daughter Anne and five others died last June when a building demolition at 22nd and Market Streets went awry.
OSHA Cites Demolition Contractor and Equipment Operator in Deadly Center City Building CollapseA new OSHA report a report pins much of the responsibility on demolition contractor Griffin Campbell and heavy equipment operator Sean Benschop. The building's owner and the Salvation Army are not mentioned.
Mother Of Woman Killed In Center City Building Collapse Petitions For Memorial At The SiteThe mother of one of those killed in last June's building collapse on Market Street has launched an online petition for the creation of a memorial park at the site.
Hundreds Gather To Mourn Death Of Building Collapse VictimA memorial service was held Sunday night for 24-year-old Anne Bryan, who was among the six people who died last week in a building collapse at 22nd and Market Streets.
Lawsuit Filed After Bizarre Suffocation Death In Philadelphia Nursing Facility"Various items, including rope and some candy wrappers were found down her throat, and she was suffocated," says McEwan family attorney Nancy Winkler.
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