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

Homeless hermit in the Raleigh woods dies a beloved man — Shaffer

July 22, 2016 02:20 PM