Description Golf ball belonging to Charles Alan Zion. "LOST" is printed on the ball in black text.
Historical Notes Born in Rochester, New York, Charles Zion lived in Greenwich, Connecticut, with his wife, Carole, and their teenage son, Zachary. When Charles took up golf, Carole and Zachary did too, so they could play together. After work as a senior vice president at Cantor Fitzgerald, Charles relaxed with another hobby: knitting. On September 11, he was at work on the North Tower’s 103rd floor. He was 54 years old.
Curator's Comment Charles Alan Zion bought golf balls and jokingly labeled them with "LOST" in black lettering so that he could say all of the lost golf balls belonged to him. He was an avid golf player and frequented Hudson National Country Club, Westchester, New York. HIDE