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Arizona billionaires 2019

No. 1: Ernest Garcia II. The owner of  the Tempe-based used car kingdom bought Tucson's Ugly Duckling cars in 1991.  By 2002, operations had been renamed and moved to Tempe. Garcia's company oversees 138 dealerships in 26 states. He also is chairman of Carvana, the company his son, Ernie Garcia III, runs. His net worth is $3.2 billion, tying him for No. 691 on the overall Forbes list. . (DriveTime Automotive Group Photo) No. 1: Mark Shoen. The former vice president of Phoenix-based U-Haul topped his brother, No. 3 on the list, with a net worth of $3.2 billion. That puts him No. 691 overall on the Forbes list. A year ago, his $3.14 billion made his the richest person in the state's history. (Instagram Photo) No. 3: Arte Moreno. Owner of MLB's Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, the Tucson native has racked up a net worth of $3 billion. He made his early big bucks in billboards. Overall on the Forbes list he is No. 745. (Screenshot) No. 4: Joe Shoen.  U-Haul chairman Joe Shoen made his cellphone number public several years ago. He wanted customers to be able to deal with him directly. Nice. Also nice? His net worth from the company his father founded in 1945 is $2.7 billion. Overall on the Forbes list he ranks 838rd. (Screenshot) No. 5: Bob Parsons. Founder of the Scottsdale-based internet  domain registrar giant GoDaddy, Parsons' net worth is $2.5 billion. Overall on the Forbes list he is No. 916. (Twitter Photo) No. 6: Bennett Dorrance. A member of the Campbell Soup empire, Dorrance also makes money in real estate. He founded Phoenix-based  development company DMB Associates in 1984. Dorrance's net worth is $2.3 billion. Overall on the Forbes list he is No. 1,008. (DMB Associates Photo) No. 7: Stewart Horejsi.  In 1980, Horejsi bought 300 shares of Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway stock. Now he's worth $1.9 billion and lives in the Valley.  Horejsi comes in at No. 1,227 overall on the Forbes list. (Screenshot) No. 8: Peter Sperling. The former chairman of the Apollo Group has a net worth of $1.4 billion. He's the son of late University of Phoenix founder John Sperling . Overall on the Forbes list he is tied at No. 1,605. (KTAR News Photo/Jim Cross) No. 9: Jerry Moyes. The  CEO of Swift Transportation has a net worth of $1.2 billion. One of the former owners of the Arizona Coyotes, he founded his trucking company in Phoenix in 1966. Overall, his worth ranks 1,605 on the Forbes' billionaires list. (Screenshot)