17. January 2014 00:52
Weighed down with the flu, and paralyzed with the fear of never finding Sean (Sidi), I found it difficult to do anything this week but despair....An email received tonight from Sandra M. has once again reminded me that Claude and I are not alone in our desperate and sometimes, lonely search to find Sean. Below is Sandra's letter of hope.
I spent some time Tuesday distributing fliers around Laurel Village, Masonic, Golden Gate Park and along Haight Street. I spoke to young street people, older people, and everyone in between. The overwhelming majority of people I encountered with Sean's story, I would venture 90%+, had heard about Sean and had seen your fliers. Remarkable! I felt very encouraged by this news, your efforts in getting the word out about Sean will payoff. I enlisted each of the people I met on our search. I asked them to look at Sean's sweet face and remember the braces, possible big hair, and the possibility of him traveling with an older man and asked them to call 911 if they think they see him and not to leave him. I will continue to check on our fliers to ensure they haven't been taken down and distribute to friends in Sonoma County and elsewhere in the Bay Area.
Peets has distribute the flier to all of its SF stores, I'm trying to get the district Mgr to distribute further. I am waiting to hear back from Starbucks. Both coffee shops at Laurel Village have been given a flier and have posted in their employee break room. I've asked personnel at a few hospitals to post Sean's flier in their employee break rooms and ERs. I asked Target and Trader Joe's on Masonic to do the same (they have a lot of employees! maybe someone will recognize Sean). The 76 station on California/Arguelo has posted the flier. I posted Sean's flier in several bus shelters in SF. As I come across other high traffic intersections, I will continue to post.
Thinking and praying for your entire family daily. You are not alone in your search. Keep your spirits up, we will find him, I'm certain of it.
In hope and continued prayer,
Thank you Sandra and to ALL OF YOU - who give us HOPE that we will one day hold Sean in our arms again...We could not possibly find Sean without your help.
With Much Gratitude,
Lynn & Claude
For more information about the search for critically injured Sean SIDI, age 19, missing from San Francisco, CA May 21, 2013, see www.facebook.com/findseansidi or www.seansidi.com.
Post Injury Photos of Sean. NOTE: BUMP on right Side of Forehead (from Brain Surgery), Dimples and Silver Dental Braces.
4. December 2013 17:36
Early this morning I met Sean in my dreams. He smiled his "light up my face" smile. For a split second, I felt happy again. Then I woke up and realized that Sean is STILL MISSING....Join Us on Thurs, Dec 12th and Help Raise Awareness. Light a candle for Sean (Sidi) & SO MANY other young men who went missing from San Francisco.
When: Dec 12th, Thurs at 7 pm
Where: San Francisco City Hall Steps, (Polk St. side)
Together In Hope,
Lynn (Sean's Mom)
BART: Take BART to CIVIC CENTER. Exit Station at Grove Street. Walk 2 blocks to steps of City Hall.
Parking: Civic Center Plaza Garage. 355 McAllister St
Thank you Cynthia Caron & LostNMissing for the Beautiful Flier!
For more inforamtion on the search for Sean Sidi, go to www.facebook.com/findseansidi or www.seansidi.com, #seansidi, @findseansidi
3. November 2013 16:46
"Find Sean SIDI flyers are ready for the USPS to deliver to shelters and soup kitchens in Santa Clara and Santa Cruz counties. Three Southern CA counties are next. Feels good to be doing something, but it would feel so much better if we found Sean."
**If you would like to volunteer in the mass mailing campaign of Sean's Missing Person Flier to homeless shelters and soup kitchens across the nation, please contact Lynn firstname.lastname@example.org. We need all the help we can get.