Sean has now been missing for over 4 months…..Each day is more painful than the previous one - as we (his parents) oscillate between despair and sadness, with no end in sight. Sean’s disappearance has also affected the lives of his close friends. One of Sean's closest friends is Paul Vajda.
Paul and Sean have been fast friends since middle school – spending countless number of hours together in school and out. During his winter break from university in January 2013, Paul spent many days with Sean, after Sean’s accident and 2 brain surgeries - talking, listening, and building up Sean’s strength by walking and hiking with him. This summer, we spent some time with Paul. We could not help but be reminded of Sean, and all the fun times he and Paul spent together over the last 7 years….
BELOW IS A LETTER FROM PAUL TO SEAN:
“Sean, It started with a birthday party…then came the lunches, followed by the weekends and the numerous sleep overs, the long Friday nights of rock-climbing and watching “Lost”, rafting, skiing, swimming, biking, gymnastics, aikido, walking Ginger, Paris, Tahiti…and the list goes on. But what about our plans to go flying? and your visit to Montreal? Sean, this list is still too short and has too many unchecked boxes. Where are you? Where have you fled to that's better than San Francisco, filled with friends and family, all longing for your return. There has been nobody to call all summer. The number of times I had a natural instinct to dial your number that I know all too well only to quickly realize there is nobody to pick up, is a stinging reminder that a piece of me has disappeared.
Come home now.
For more information about our desperate search for Sean, see www.facebook.com/findseansidi