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Help find Sean Sidi

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A (former) MISSING PERSON''S STORY OF HOPE FOR SEAN SIDI'S FRIENDS & FAMILY


Since Sean vanished a year ago, Claude, Danielle and I have battled crippling grief, despair and depression. At times, HOPE seemed elusive amidst the pain of Sean’s disappearance. 

An anonymous caller recently reminded us that there is always HOPE. This is his STORY. 

The caller said that 15 years ago he suffered a traumatic brain injury. One day – during the early stages of his recovery, he was suddenly beset by a jumble of thoughts, voices in his head, and a loss of memory. He felt compelled to leave. For 2 years, he wandered homeless (& MISSING) and lived off the kindness of those around him. After a 2 year period had passed, the caller slowly regained some of his memory – and was able to contact his family. 

We can only HOPE that WE will be lucky enough to be reunited with SEAN one day soon. 

To everyone, including Sean’s FRIENDS returning home from college FOR THE SUMMER, please keep your eyes open for Sean among the HOMELESS. Sean may not remember his name, his former life or YOU. 

However, we hope that YOU will recognize SEAN (& call us)!! 

In Hope,

The Sidi Family 

PS, Thank you to all who volunteered to distribute Sean’s flier shirts. The mailing/deliveries will go out on Thursday and Friday. 

PSS.  Please email lynnkching@yahoo.com if you would like a flier shirt for yourself and/or anyone else willing to wear the shirt. 

See www.seansidi.com or www.facebook.com/findseansidi for more information on the search for critically injured Sean Sidi, age 19, missing from San Francisco, CA since May 21, 2013. Sean, age 19 (time of missing), is 5’5”, 120 lbs, slim build; Asian/White; dark brown hair & eyes; WEARS SILVER DENTAL BRACES; has dimples; right eye droops slightly. Sean may not know his name and may be disoriented due to a traumatic brain injury suffered shortly before going missing. He is in urgent need of medical care.

 

MORE PHOTOS OF THE 1 YEAR WALK FOR SEAN SIDI POSTED

37 More Photos of the 1 Year 'Walk for Sean' Have Been Posted to

www.facebook.com/findseansidi.   This is a public Facebook page and you should be able to access Sean's page/photos without a facebook account by clicking on the link.   We thank all of you who have supported us this past year.   More to come regarding "next steps" in the on-going search for our beautiful son, Sean (Sidi).   Photo of Claude, Sean's dad. 

MORE PICTURES FROM THE 'WALK FOR SEAN SIDI' MAY 17, 2014

More pictures from the 'Walk for Sean' on Saturday May 17, 2014. We'll post others to an album. Channel 4 did a very nice, & fairly lengthy story on the 'Walk for Sean'. Channel 7 and Channel 2 showed brief clips. We are grateful to the media for providing the much needed exposure to locate Sean. According to the National Center for Missing Children, 1 out of every 6 missing children is found by photo recognition.

See www.seansidi.com or www.facebook.com/findseansidi for more information on the search for Sean SIDI missing from San Francisco, CA May 21, 2013. (9 photos)
 — with Alex Martinez and Danielle Sidi. (7 photos)

 

 

STRONG SHOW OF SUPPORT AT 'WALK FOR SEAN SIDI'

CLAUDE & I were literally moved to tears by YOUR incredible show of support yesterday. Well over 100 of you braved traffic on your day off - TO WALK FOR SEAN!!! 


The attendance & speeches of Sean's friends, many who apparently just flew in from college for the summer, was a surprise which WARMED our hearts. 

Our photographers, Rika and Kathleen (thank you!) have hundreds of photos of the START, the actual 2 mile walk & END point at the park. We will POST them over the next few days. 

Thank you ALL again for your undying support of the search for Sean (Sidi) over the past year! 

See www.seansidi.com or www.facebook.com/findseansidi for more information on the search for Sean SIDI missing from San Francisco, CA May 21, 2013.

 

REMINDER: WALK FOR SEAN SIDI, SATURDAY MAY 17TH at 12:30 PM - 150 Oak Street

 “WALK FOR SEAN”, SATURDAY MAY 17TH at 12:30 pm. (We will start shirt distribution at 12:15p)

PLACE: French American School, 150 Oak Street (bet Franklin & Gough)

****PLEASE ALLOW ENOUGH TIME for PARKING****

YOUR HAND HELD SIGNS FOR (TRAFFIC & MEDIA) ARE WELCOMED.

Bring WATER & food/snacks as needed (we will picnic, weather permitting) See you Saturday!!!

PARKING NEAR 150 OAK STREET**

1.  California Parking
110 Franklin St (bet Oak St. & Hickory)
$10/day

2.  Star Park
85 Oak St. (bet Van Ness & Franklin)
$10/day

3.  American West
15 Oak St (bet Van Ness & Franklin)
$12/day

OR Residential Parking

Directions on BART & MUNI to START location:

From BART: 

Take BART to Powell or Civic Center Station
Exit BART GATES (but do NOT exit station) -

Transfer to MUNI

From MUNI 

 

Enter MUNI side of station

 

Take MUNI To Van Ness Station
Exit STATION at Van Ness/Market 
French School (150 Oak) is 1 block Van Ness /Market

SAVE THE DATE: SAT MAY 17TH - 1 YEAR WALK FOR SEAN SIDI

 

REMINDER: “1-YEAR WALK For SEAN” on SAT May 17th at 12:30 PM, 150 Oak Street (btw Franklin & Gough St.). 

Thanks to YOU, we are expecting a sizable turnout this coming Saturday, when we “WALK FOR SEAN”. 

HERE ARE THE DETAILS: (Also posted under Events on FB)

MEET: Saturday, May 17th, at 12:30 pm in from of the French American School at 150 Oak Street (btw Franklin & Gough St) San Francisco. PLEASE ALLOW ADEQUATE TIME FOR PARKING. We will distribute brightly colored T-shirts with Sean’s picture, for those WALKING. 

WALK: We will walk SEAN'S LAST ROUTE THE DAY HE VANISHED A YEAR AGO. From 150 Oak Street, we will walk up Oak St. to Stanyan/Haight then STOP at Sharon Meadows behind Children's Playground. In total @ 20 blocks. We will picnic at Sharon Meadows & hope to hear from you and K-9 Forensics SAR.

Wear good shoes, bring WATER lunch/snack & a jacket – it may be cool on Saturday. 

**** It would be GREAT if some of you could make light-weight, LARGE SIGNS for the cars (& media) to read as we walk. The signs can say anything you want: Still searching for Sean Sidi…We miss you Sean!!... are only a few suggestions. 

PARKING at START LOCATION: Park in neighborhood (its not too bad) or at paid parking lots around school. There is a large parking structure at Hayes and Gough St., a few blocks from French school.

RETURN TRIP: We will try to have 1 or 2 cars at the end location to transport people back to 150 Oak St. However, given the size of the group & the fact that people may want to leave at different times, you may opt to catch the bus, especially if leaving early. The #71 bus on Haight Street*** goes back to the START location. Catch the #71 bus on Stanyan or Haight Street (going towards downtown). Get off at the corner of Page & Market, which is 1 block from the START location of 150 Oak Street. THE #21 Bus on Hayes Street (head downtown) ends 2-3 blocks from START location. Fare is $2.00. 

If you are in a group of several cars, please consider keeping 1 car near the END location (park at Children’s playground lot, nearby or outside GG park along Lincoln Ave.) as we will have a fairly large group. Paid parking at Stanyan/Waller.

BART: Take BART to Powell St or Civic Center. Exit BART area, and take MUNI (located in SAME BUILDING AS BART) to Van Ness Street. Exit station at Van Ness and Market. Walk 1 block to the French School: 150 Oak Street. 

See you all on SATURDAY!!!

 

KTVU'S POST ABOUT SEAN SIDI, JACKSON MILLER & OTHER MISSING MEN FROM SAN FRANCISCO

SHARING A FACEBOOK POST OF OUR INTERVIEW TODAY WITH KTVU 2, ALONG WITH GINA FUNARO AND PAUL MILLER, PARENTS OF MISSING JACKSON MILLER. 

THANK YOU TO KTVU-2 AND THE MEDIA FOR USING THE POWER OF THE PRESS TO HELP FIND OUR MISSING CHILDREN. Thank yo... See More
MOTHER'S DAY MISSION: A group of mothers joined together today to search for their missing sons. 

All of the men, who are missing in separate cases, were last seen in San Francisco. The mothers are committed to keeping the cases in the spotlight as they search. 

Learn more about the cases here:http://bit.ly/Qyj6ME

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