An updated version of Annie Funk’s story can be found here.
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I attended the Titanic 100 Years exhibit in San Diego. Each of us was handed a replica of an actual boarding pass with the information about a passenger on it. We were not told if the passenger was saved or lost. We were able to chedck the lists at the end of the exhibit. The passenger on my pass was Annie C Funk. I found her story very touching and emotional especially as a member of Rotary International with hopes of traveling to India the first of next year.
you will love India such a peaceful Place
I am doing a passenger and was assigned Annie Funk.I am Indian from Banglore and so i feel she was meant to be given to me.
I was given Anne Funk’s boarding pass at a Titanic exhibit in Albuquerque NM. I was thrilled to see that she was a Christian Missionary as I am a Clinical Social Worker who became a Born Again Christian in 1999 and now talk mailnly about The Lord in my (his practice) At the end of the tour I searched the survivor list looking for her name. However I wasn’t surprised to find it on the lost. It just made sense that she knowing God’s truth would have given up her seat and remained with the rest of the pasengers praying for them until God took them home.
Did you know that JP Morgan owned the Titanic? Did you know that he was supposed to sail on that voyage and cancelled shortly before? Did you know that 3 men who owned 25% of the wealth in the world at that time were invited on the Titanic by JP Morgan? Did you know that those men were all opposed to the passage of the “Federal” “Reserve” Act? Did you know that JP Morgan was a principal pusher of the “Federal” “Reserve” Act?
I’m one of those people,who loves the titanic.Every year on the 15th April(the sank day),I try to search for some documentary and history related from the titanic.There on youtube I found the name of Annie Funk for the first time in the lost list of passengers.From that moment,I tried to search for more articles based on Annie.
Today I read one and it’s truly inspirable for all of us
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