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!
Follow us on Pinterest at: http://pinterest.com/findseansidi/
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.
Date: Sunday, June 23rd
Place: Golden Gate Park at the intersection of Stanyan and Haight Street
Time: 2 PM
The Sidi family will be holding a 'Search for Sean Awareness Vigil' Sunday, June 23rd at Golden Gate Park. The purpose of the Awareness Vigil is to raise public awareness of the search for Sean and to remind the public that he is medically fragile. The family will speak of the developments in the search, including requests made to law enforcement.
Please help spread the word. We hope to see you there. Thank you for your continued support.
Sean is still missing !
This weekend, volunteers distributed Sean's missing person flyers in Marin County. They also distributed flyers to Marin County police - who were very supportive of the search for Sean. Many other individuals continued to post flyers in San Francisco.
The Sidi Family has recently hired an experienced private investigator, specializing in locating missing persons. He comes hightly recommended by several national missing person organizations. The family will meet with the Private Investigator today.
Thank you for your continued support.
We would like to thank the KlaasKids Foundation and each and every volunteer who came out to search for our son Sean on Sunday in Golden Gate Park, the location of Sean's last cell phone call before he vanished on May 21st. We were overwhelmed by the hundreds of volunteers who joined in the search for Sean.
While search teams located items of interest such as pieces of clothing and cell phones, at this juncture, none appear to belong to Sean or provide clues to Sean's whereabouts.
We would like to reach out to everyone to continue spreading the word about Sean, both in San Francisco and in the outlying areas of the Bay Area. You can continue helping by keeping an eye out for Sean, posting flyers in your neighborhood, and sharing/re-posting Sean's Facebook link (Find Sean Sidi) with friends. Also, if you are on twitter, please tweet a link to the Facebook Page:
Please help us find SF teenage with brain injury #seansidi <https://twitter.com/search?q=%23seansidi>. Info: http://on.fb.me/18SEOlF Please RT
Because of his brain injury, Sean may be unable to seek help on his own so your help is crucial.
The Sidi Family