Joan Randall’s mother Louise Gretchen Kink, bottom left, was a 4-year-old passenger aboard the Titanic. Also shown are Randall’s grandmother, Louise, left, on the dock prior to boarding the ship, along with an unrelated family. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Joan Randall points to her grandmother, Louise Kink, as she poses for a picture on the dock before boarding the Titanic. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Joan Randall has been telling stories of her mother’s survival on the Titanic for many years and has recently completed a book on the subject. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Joan Randall sits with photos of her mother’s shoes that were worn on the Titanic. The shoes are now in a traveling exhibit in Europe. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Louise Gretchen Kink, with her parents Louise and Anton, appeared on a postcard as survivors of the Titanic. These postcards were sold for a nickel to raise money for survivor families. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Louise Gretchen, seated, second from left, attended many Titanic survivor reunions, such as this one in the 1980s. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo

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