Se actually lived 30 miles from where I live in Massachusetts. I heard of her before she died, but I read she would never talk to anyone about the sinking, which I can understand. She lost her father and and I think brother in the disaster. At least now she is with them again and the other 1,500 passengers that died on 4-15-1912.
TMac is definitely still with us and will be 118 in July apart from his wooden leg which is early Victorian turned mahogany inherited from his grandmother.
In fact I happen to know that he is giving a "deckchair re-arranging" powerpoint presentation to the Titanoraks Society next week in the US and afterwards will be selling miniature souvenir sluice valves and signing autographs of his new book "It weren't my fault - it was like that when I got here!". I have ordered an advance copy as a cure for insomnia.
Get stu**ed pair of you LOL, next you'll be blaming me for the sluice valves being fitted instead of water tight doors. If you lot really do buy my next book (and assuming somebody reads it to you, LOL) you will discover the TRUE story of the Titanic which is that Harland and Wolff cunningly disguised the 1st Titanic as the Mauretania to assist Cunard in a tax fiddle to raise enough funds to pay for the Queen Mary which really was the Olympic with the aft funnel removed. Two men in a rowing boat were paid a couple of quid to daub red paint on an iceberg to make it appear like Titanic had actually sunk when in reality it was alive and well in Swan Hunters getting a make over as the Magdalena. It would have worked too only the rivets were not welded on properly and the sluice valves were all left hand thread.