When I was a child, I had a neighbor who had been employed in the engine room on the Titanic when she sailed. He just happened to be on deck taking a break, when the ice berg was hit. Several years ago, my mother sent me a news article featuring him, and a man who was from the mail room. My neighbor's name was William Spanake. He was ordered to man a life boat, hence, he was among the survivors. I recently saw the Titanic exhibit, and there was no sign of his name, nor have I seen him mentioned on any sites I have looked into, concerning the Titanic. I've asked my mother to try and find that article, since it seems that his name has been lost in the shuffle. Where would be the best place to go to look further into this, and IF I am able to get a copy of this article, who would I send it to to set the records straight?