Bench honors woman shot, killed at San Francisco's Pier 14

A bench that was installed in memory of San Francisco shooting victim Kate Steinle is seen at Pier 14 on Monday, September 21, 2015. (KGO-TV)

The San Francisco Port Authority has installed a bench on Pier 14 in Kate Steinle's memory.

The 32-year-old San Francisco woman was hit and killed by a bullet while walking along the pier with her father on July 1.

A plaque on the bench mimics the last thing Steinle posted on Facebook the day she died. It reads, "Whatever's good for your soul... do that!"

The man charged with Steinle's death, undocumented immigrant Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, was formally charged with murder last week. He will be back in court in December.

Click here for full coverage on the Pier 14 shooting.

Steinle's family and coworkers have set up online fundraising pages to raise money for charities that were important to her. Click here for details on her family's page and click here for information on her coworkers' page.

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