Charles Heinle, Concord poet, writer, and publisher; at age 95
Wearing one of his Russian fur or Irish Donegal tweed hats, Charles August Steuber Heinle, and his French Briard sheepdog were a common sight on the streets of Concord for many years. He had moved there when he was in his mid-50s to be near the place where his hero, poet and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, was born and buried. Mr. Heinle, a publisher, writer, and poet, died of Alzheimer’s disease on July 23 at Concord Health Care Center in Concord. He was 95.