The daddy of the girl who died after she was stabbed in a Leduc classroom on Monday says she was a proficient artist cherished by many.
Holding a rock his daughter painted, Dale Winkler remembered 17-twelve months-broken-down Jennifer Winkler a day after she was killed.
Winkler was stabbed at Christ the King College and succumbed to her injuries on the College of Alberta Medical institution later that day.
Dylan Thomas Pountney, 19, was arrested shut to the college on Monday and charged with first-level ruin on Tuesday. He was also a student there.
Winkler says the two weren’t associated.
‘SHE WAS A GOOD GIRL’
Winkler instructed CTV Information Edmonton his daughter was natty, friendly and innocent.
“She would not pain a slither. She sorted her dinky brothers; she sorted her older brothers. She was a right girl,” he talked about.
Jenny, as most other folk known as her, cherished to paint, especially “dragons and crazy cartoons.”
Her room was lined in Star Wars art work and memorabilia, including Baby Yoda, and dragons she painted.
“She’s factual very inventive,” her father talked about.
Winkler says the community make stronger has been overwhelming, hearing from other folk in all places the area and receiving letters and flowers from her college friends.
“She was cherished by so many.”
Jenny had been learning from home as a result of COVID-19 and went back to varsity for one class.
“I don’t trace what took space. I don’t trace why it took space to her.”
With recordsdata from CTV Information Edmonton’s Dan Grummett