Charleyâ€™s Grilled Subs franchisee Marcus Gilbert is only able to offer health insurance to full-time employees at his two stores in Utah, but that didnâ€™t stop him from going all out for one of his teenage workers. Last month he gave one of his kidneys to a 17-year-old employee of the Charleyâ€™s in the University Mall in Orem.Gilbert and the employee, Juan Delgado, were recovering at press time.Gilbert, a former corporate trainer for AOL, became a Charleyâ€™s franchisee in 2001 when he bought a ...
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