3. August 2013 12:56
This weekend the search for Sean went to Lake Tahoe. Fliers were distributed to police departments, county sheriffs, the California Highway Patrol and forest rangers from San Francisco to the Lake
Tahoe area. Sean's fliers were also posted on community boards in many towns along I-80 and highway 49. Although Sean's information is in law enforcement databases - distributing the fliers enabled law enforcement a new look at Sean. We were told that all officers would be briefed as to the details regarding Sean and that his picture would be circulated - the next day.
Thank you all for posting and distributing Sean's fliers. Each flier posted gives Sean a better chance of being found.
The Sidi Family
Sean's father Claude Sidi outside of the City of West Sacramento Police Department
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.
Our search for Sean continues with even more urgency. This weekend, Claude (Sean's dad) and Danielle (Sean's sister, shown in photo) are posting Sean's fliers from San Francisco to Mt. Shasta, near the Oregon Border. We have received reports of Sean's fliers in Colorado, Chicago Airport, Portland Oregon and all over California. Sean's cousin, Sydney, visited Santa Clara University two weeks ago and took Sean's fliers with her. THANKS TO ALL OF YOU - many people near the university had already heard about our search for Sean.
Please drop us a line as to where you have seen or posted Sean's fliers: facebook.com/findseansidi or email@example.com.
Together in hope,
The Sidi Family
Danielle Sidi searching for her missing brother Sean in the city of Dunsmuir, located along !-5, in northern CA.
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
Sean Sidi has been missing for 2 months and 4 days but we have not lost hope of finding him safe. During such a challenging time for the Sidi family, the outpouring of concern and those offering to help has been truly amazing, and a blessing to the Sidi family.
It is very important that we all continue to "share the word" that Sean is missing by distributing fliers in our communities, to shelters, food kitchens, churches, transportation centers, and hospitals. Fliers can be obtained by clicking on this link http://www.seansidi.com/page/Missing-Flier.aspx or we can mail fliers to you by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also assist by helping us continue to to expand our social networking outreach. Please join us on Pinterest and begin "pinning" for Sean. With your help we will find Sean and bring him home safe!
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Love Letters Live host Janet Gallin helps guests from every walk of life to express themselves in letters that support, thank, or set things straight. Janet was motivated to help the Sidi family after seeing the Mother's Day card Sean had given Lynn on Mother's Day shortly before Sean's disappearance on May 21, 2013.
A Note From Claude and Lynn: Our thanks goes out to Janet Gallin and everyone at Love Letters Live for your compassion and help to find our son.
Click the link below to listen to the Love Letters Live Podcast
Love Letters Live Podcast Interview with Lynn Ching
Photo: Danielle (Sean's younger sister), Sean Sidi, and his mother Lynn Ching.
Mother's Day card Sean Sidi gave his mother Lynn Ching shortly before he vanished on May 21, 2013 from San Francisco, CA.
24. July 2013 11:13
In order to find Sean we need your help. According to the FBI National Crime Information Center (NCIC) there were 85,890 active cases of missing persons in NCIC database as of June 29, 2013. Sean is just one of the thousands of missing persons in this country who have families desperately trying to find them and our hearts go out to each and every one of them.
To find missing persons it takes the help from not only law enforcement but assistance from media, advocates, nonprofit assistance agencies, and especially the public. Public outreach is vital to the search for Sean. You are our eyes and ears and with your help we will bring Sean home safe.
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