Charley’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 didn’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 Charley’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 Charley’s franchisee in 2001 when he bought a ...

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