I read an obituary this morning on Carl Karcher, the founder of Carls Jr, whose chains also include the Green Burrito and Hardees. I remember stories from my grandfather who used to purchase hotdogs from Mr. Karcher from his little cart outside the Goodyear plant. Mr. Karchers business evolved and he eventually starting selling hamburgers, and began the Carls Jr. stores. I had the pleasure of meeting Mr. Karcher a number of years ago, when I was working at a restaurant he would frequent. He was such a kind, humble man. Unlike most CEOs who reside in upscale neighborhoods and drive fancy cars, Mr. Karcher still lived in Anaheim, in the home he purchased with his wife in 1949. Together they raised 12 children. He was such a fantastic man, and I hope he rests in peace.