Aaron Zugaide, a Raleigh homeless man nicknamed “Chief” or “Indio,” died early in July at age 62. He lived in the woods near the N.C. Farmers’ Market, crossing Walnut Creek on a log to reach his shelter made of pallets and tar paper. He worked hard in construction and landscaping, rejecting all offers to come inside.
Aaron Zugaide, a Raleigh homeless man nicknamed “Chief” or “Indio,” died early in July at age 62. He lived in the woods near the N.C. Farmers’ Market, crossing Walnut Creek on a log to reach his shelter made of pallets and tar paper. He worked hard in construction and landscaping, rejecting all offers to come inside. Courtesy of Tamara Gregory
Aaron Zugaide, a Raleigh homeless man nicknamed “Chief” or “Indio,” died early in July at age 62. He lived in the woods near the N.C. Farmers’ Market, crossing Walnut Creek on a log to reach his shelter made of pallets and tar paper. He worked hard in construction and landscaping, rejecting all offers to come inside. Courtesy of Tamara Gregory