Both the Empress of Ireland and the Eastland had more passenger fatalities, than did the Titanic.
Titanic's crew casualties was about 698, of 900, while only about 172 crew members died on the Empress of Ireland. I don't have the total crew compliment, for the Empress, handy. I'll have to check "Forgotten Empress".
Another question: for the Wilhelm Gustloff, which was torpedoed in 1945, how many crew members lost their lives, especially as recent analysis shows that some 9,600 people, passengers and crew, might have lost their lives in that wartime tradedy.