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help find sean sidi

Help find Sean Sidi

We need your help to find our son


SEAN has now been missing for over 3 months!!!  It is our understanding that tips continue to be called in to San Francisco Police. We hope SFPD is following up on the calls.  We know that Sean is in urgent need of medical care.  
We believe that Sean is not cognizant of who or where he is – and that he cannot find his way home on his own. We know that Sean did NOT plan to leave - as it is undisputed that Sean made plans with his former teacher to return to school the next day, to download some films. 
We have not ruled out foul play. Sean’s compromised physical and mental condition puts him at HIGH risk of victimization. We are hoping that Sean is being cared for by individuals who may not yet know that we are searching for Sean. It is possible that Sean is living among the homeless on the streets.
If you see Sean,  call  9-1-1 and Sean’s Parents at 415.713.5913.
Based on comments from the public, the San Francisco police telephone numbers on the fliers do NOT appear to result in immediate action.   
You may also CALL or TEXT information and/or a picture of Sean at 415.713.5913 or
1.    Attend the Joint Awareness Vigil on September 14, 2013 at 2 pm (exact location in San Francisco TBA) 
Your attendance at the vigil will GREATLY help to raise awareness of the search for Sean. 
2.    Post Sean’s Reward Flier on Your CAR WINDOW    
One friend who recently drove to Southern California said, “I have also posted [Sean’s Reward Flier] on a car window in each of our cars.  I cannot tell you the number of people who have read the sign.  When I am driving, people look over. When the car is parked, they stop to read it.  Also, the car moves around so people in other neighborhoods (and in Southern California and wherever we go) pay attention…..”
3.    Post Sean’s Flier – Everywhere…
Whether you live in San Francisco or elsewhere, PLEASE POST Sean’s flier. There are still many people who do not know that Sean is missing. Sean cannot be found unless people know that he is missing!! Many people are posting on business trips, or as they travel on vacation. In San Francisco, the fliers are pulled down very quickly by street cleaners and must be re-posted constantly. STORE WINDOWS are great!  Someone said fliers posted on tree support posts (not trees) work.  She said the tree keepers do not appear to take the fliers down. 
Email to request that fliers to be mailed to you.
4.    Distribute Sean’s Flier to Police on the streets, Emergency Hospital Rooms, Taxi Drivers, Homeless Shelters, Soup Kitchens, Homeless Persons…. Share, Tweet, Spread the Word…..Ask everyone you know to do the same.
We know that Sean will be found – ONLY with the public’s help.
Thank You All !!   We continue to hope that we will see Sean, soon. 
Claude, Lynn and Danielle Sidi

A video about Sean, who is much loved and missed by his family

Video Produced By Sean's cousin, Rachel Jones. 
"Sean is loved and missed by many people, including a very large family in Hawaii (mom's family) and relatives in Europe (dad's family). From the time that he was 3 months old, Sean regularly visited with relatives in Hawaii and Europe, getting to know both sides of his family.  This video provides a glimpse of Sean, bonding with his family in Hawaii."  
 Please watch video.

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

A message from Help Find Crishtian Hughes

Crishtian Hughes and Sean Sidi are only 19 and 20 years old with their whole lives ahead of them. They should have been enjoying a beautiful summer with their family and friends and everything thing life has to offer for kids this age.

Instead they went missing mysteriously exactly three months apart within a few miles from one another. The two of them do not know each other. Their parents have come to know each other and are fighting with everything they have to find them.

Please pray for these boys, They need to be found.

Keep Hope Alive - A Personal Message to Family & Friends

Save the Date!! – SATURDAY, September 14, 2013 at 2 pm (San Francisco, location TBD)
Dear Family and Friends,
It has been almost 3 months since Sean vanished without a trace.  There are no words to describe the ache, agony and devastation that we feel each and every minute of the day.   We cannot envision a time without our sweet, smiling Sean - who brought so much joy and laughter into our lives.  The best friend of his sister, Danielle…the boy who is … so funny and outgoing – you felt like you had known him forever.
There are days where feelings of utter hopelessness threaten to consume us.  We try and remember the words of Kym Pasqualini, the Founder of ‘National Center for Missing Adults’, whose wisdom comes from 20 years of working with missing persons. Kym’s words of HOPE are:  
 “ … we solved hundreds of cases including missing person cases, unsolved homicides, and unidentified by someone seeing a post on the Internet (or flier) and calling in a lead.  It comes down to this.   Locating missing persons and solving crimes depends upon not only law enforcement but the cooperative efforts of law enforcement, advocating agencies, the media and most importantly the public.   
Feeling utterly discouraged is normal, questioning the effectiveness of efforts important but all too often missing persons fall through the cracks because people don't know they are missing…..”
On Saturday, September 14, 2013, we will hold a JOINT AWARENESS VIGIL to help spread the word about the search for Sean and 2 other missing boys from San Francisco:  Jackson Miller and Crishtian Hughes.    
Your attendance will GREATLY help ensure that Sean, Crishtian and Jackson DO NOT FALL THROUGH THE CRACKS.    
The Sidi Family  

Joint Awareness Vigil - Please Save the Date

Our family, along with the families of Crishtian Hughes and Jackson Miller will be having a Joint Awareness Vigil to raise awareness for our missing boys. It is not often three families who have missing children gather for such an event and we ask you to attend and share this special time with us.

The Sidi Family

Missing Five from San Francisco - LostNMissing

Sean has been included in LostNMissing's public awareness campaign to bring attention to the disappearances of Sean, along with four other young men, missing from San Francisco, CA. 

You may click on the links to visit the Facebook page of each missing young man.

Sean Sidi, missing May 21, 2013

Crishtian Hughes, missing February 6, 2013

Shawn Dickerson, missing December 2, 2011

Cameron Remmer, missing October 9, 2011

Jackson Miller, missing May 15, 2010

We urge you to visit the LostNMissing website at to learn more. Also, please continue to visit our Facebook page Find Sean Sidi and share the information with others. You may also print fliers from this website or request fliers of Sean be mailed to you by emailing

Our sincere thanks goes out to LostNMissing President and Founder Cynthia Caron, the entire LostNMissing team, and the many people who continue to support each family's efforts to find our sons. Together, we will find them!

The Sidi Family