8. August 2013 22:01
Each day that passes without Sean’s brightness and laughter brings an emptiness that cannot be filled. Sean is dearly missed by many people who continue to hope, pray and work (by posting thousands of fliers and spreading the word about the search for Sean) for his safe return.
Below is a note about Sean from his Aunt Lianne.
I always smile when I think of Sean. Sean says the funniest things. He could make all of us laugh and smile even when discussing composting and recycling. He said things like, “We compost everything even chicken bones.” He would say these funny things with that teasing, sweet smile of his. Attached is a photo of a mirror that Sean brought back for me from one of his trips. He said he picked it because he knew I liked mirrors. It is perfect and reminds me of Sean ….. a sunburst for Sean’s sweet and sunny smile.
1. August 2013 13:56
I can’t help but count the days since you’ve been gone and I cant help but cry when I think about your absence. We had such great times, it feels just like yesterday that we were feeding ducks at the pond, getting shave ice at Waiola and ganging up on Jason. Along with you being gone so much more is happening in my life and I need my big cousin to help me. You are one of the few people I tell everything to and feel comfortable doing so, which is why I need you here. Who else is supposed to help me in my last year of high school drama? Yes I still have Syd and everyone else but no one could replace you. Everyone is worried sick and we need to know you are safe. Where are you, Sean?
Rachel (Sean's cousin)
Picture of Sean (far right) with cousins Rachel and Jason.
Love Letter host Janet Gallin writes about Sean Sidi - the young man who is loved and missed . . . loving brother and son, entrepreneur, and social teen with a passion for life.
Sean white-water rafting on the American River - June 2011