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(DENVER, Colo., Apr. 20, 2005) After being kicked out as chairman of Venoco in 2002 - a company he co-founded with Rod Eson 10 years ago with $150,000 borrowed on credit cards - Marquez fought his way back. With the help of Bank of Montreal, Marquez bought out his close friends-turned-foes CEO Eson and CFO Bill Wineland, plus Enron - which held 36% voting share and was instrumental in his ouster. Marquez relocated the headquarters of Venoco to Denver earlier this year from Carpinteria, Calif. although the company's offshore platforms are in Calif. A Lincoln High School alum, Marquez lives in Denver and has high hopes fo rebuilding the company and regrets the lost friendships. (photo by Ahmad Terry / ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)

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