Description Recovered black wallet belonging to Marisa Dinardo Schorpp. The wallet is in relatively good condition, although slightly dusty and warped in shape. Inside the wallet are credit cards and receipts.
Historical Notes Raised in West Harrison, New York, Marisa Schorpp lived in White Plains with her husband, Jeffrey. She collected angel statuettes and gave angel figurines as gifts. On September 10, Marisa hosted a birthday dinner for her mother at Windows on the World. The next morning, she was at her office on the North Tower’s 105th floor, where she was a commodities broker at Cantor Fitzgerald. Marisa was 38 years old.
Curator's Comment On September 10, 2001, Marisa Dinardo Schorpp hosted a birthday celebration for her mother, Ester. She treated her to a special dinner at Windows on the World, the restaurant on the top floors of the North Tower, just above Marisa’s office. Joining them was Stacey Lynn Peak, Marisa’s Cantor Fitzgerald coworker and good friend. Although the two young women had enjoyed a late night out, they made it to work early the next morning and were in the office when hijacked Flight 11 struck the building. Both were killed as a result of the attack. Months later, Marisa’s purse was found at Ground Zero, the birthday dinner receipt still inside.