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Help find Sean Sidi

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Friends Come Together to Support the Search for Sean SIDI

On SUNDAY, good friends Basil and his wife Nathalie, arranged a LEAFLETTING PICNIC at GOLDEN GATE Park to support the SEARCH FOR SEAN SIDI. A small group of friends gathered, passed fliers to those in Golden Gate Park and posted fliers on the streets, then met up and picnicked under SEAN'S MISSING PERSON BANNER. 

Basil's and Nathalie's words to Claude and me were, 'We wanted to let you know that although we may not see you everyday, that we are WITH you - in the search for Sean - for the LONG RUN .. also to remind each other of the strength of COMMUNITY and the RESILIENCE OF THIS search for Sean (SIDI).' 

THANK YOU BASIL & NATHALIE & to ALL of YOU who continue to support us in our search for Sean. 

see or for more information about the search for critically injured 19 year old Sean SIDI, missing from San Francisco, CA May 21, 2013. 

PIctures below of the SUNDAY PICNIC at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco & OF FRIEND BASIL, holding 3 day old SEAN (SIDI), 19 YEARS AGO





Thank you all for your continued support searching for our son Sean Sidi

We have been overwhelmed by the support we continue to receive from all of you - as our desperate search for Sean enters its 3rd month.    
Thanks to Juan and Rosa Maria Mames and Family,  Sean’s ‘Missing Person’  banner  (8’W x 3’L ) has recently been installed on the outside of a building in the Mission district of San Francisco on Valencia St (at 21st).  A picture of Sean’s banner is pictured here.
A very large version of Sean’s Reward Poster (3’W x 4’L) is being displayed in downtown San Francisco at 234 Bush Street (between Montgomery and Sansome Street), and in South San Francisco, courtesy of Mike Campbell and Family. We understand that another 3’W x 4’L version of Sean’s Reward Poster is in the window of the post office in Placerville, California.
And of course, many, many volunteers continue to post Sean’s fliers in San Francisco (where they are taken down regularly by street cleaners, and must be reposted) and across the United States !!!!
We continue to hope that we will be able to hold Sean in our arms, one day - soon. 
Thank you ALL !!!!
With Deepest Gratitude,
The SIDI Family