"Dr H.W. Frauenthal, meanwhile, having seen his wife take a seat in number five, decided with his brother to jump from the deck to join her as the boat began to be lowered away barely two-thirds full. Even so the doctor managed to land on Mrs Annie Stengel (sic) , a first class passenger who until then doubtless thought she was safe from immediate harm. His boots broke two of her ribs and knocked her unconscious; but despite the cold and the extra pain , she lived to dine out on the story."
-"The Titanic Conspiracy", by Robin Gardiner and Dan Van Der Vat, Page 105
There are some others posts on the ET that Mrs Stengel passed away in 1956.
Words fail me. I can see Mark that you're a devoted man, making sure that the proper justice is rightfully presented for each of those who were effected by this terrible tragedy nearly a hundred years ago.
Keep the good work up Mark because I value your commitment.