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H8 TUIiSDAY, MAKCI 1 1, 2005 The Arizona Republic Suspect, By Dennis Wagner f The Arizona Republic The way prosecutors see it, Samih Jamal was the leader of a nationwide crime ring that made millions on black-market baby formula and may have been laundering money to the Middle East. The way Jamal sees it, the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force spent a fortune trying to link him with Islamic extremists, failed, then tagged him as , a crook just to save face. Those stories are expected to collide head-on at U.S. District Court in Phoenix this week as Jamal, a U.S. citizen and Lebanese immigrant, goes to trial on multiple counts of conspiracy, receiving stolen goods and other offenses. Jamal, president of Jamal DEVICE New therapy From Page Bl Administration only in late 2002. "We're limited right now with the number of children we're able to see," said Wendy Elliott, the hospital's manager of rehabilitation services. "So we're usually going with the ones who are most severe." Michael Meyer, Evelyn's father, said the aim of the therapy is to help the girl have a life as normal as possible. To place a customized funeral announcement contact your funeral home or the Classified Advertising Department at 602-444-8774 or 602-444-8772 or email your request to obitspni.com (include your name, address and phone number). The Arizona Republic publishes a free basic obituary notice as a public service, including name, age, date of death, place of residence, visitation services, military status, and one contribution. Families who choose to present additional information are charged $80 for the first 15 lines and $60 for photo (photos will add an additional six (6) lines of text), this includes print and on-line posting to Legacy.com. Additional iO line increments are charged $35 each. Prepayment is required. The Arizona Republic is not responsible for returning unsolicited photos. Deadline to place your notice through The Arizona Republic is 12 noon Monday - Saturday for next day's publication, and 12 noon Saturday for Monday's publication. Obituaries submitted to the Republic may be published or distributed in print, electronic or other forms. Find the cemetery lots in the Classified Section, category 6025. ARENDT, Tony BAKER, Mary BANEGAS, Demetria BARNES, Amy BHAERMAN, Hebe L. BLANKENSHIP, Rodney T. BURNSTAD, Ricky Lane CASTELLANOS, Olimpia CEASOR, Penny CLAYTON, Iris COBBS, Clara CODY, Modean CORBETT, James Raymond COX, Nellie M. DECKER, Richard DENNIS, Maria Socorro DeROSSO, Kathryn DONALDSON, Edna Othella DUSTIN, Paul H. EAKINS, Sharon D. FISHER, Mary Ellen FUSSELL, Ramona Dunshee GUSTIE, Ronald J. HARPER, Scott Alan . HAUGEN, Carl M. HEEMAN, Elizabeth Ann HILDEBRAND, Elmer R. HILLS, Glen Richard HODGE, Betty Jo HOFF, Gary L. HULING, Gloria Grayce .IRVIN, Richard Wade JOSEPH, Sean Ryan William KING, Joseph L. KLAAS, Jerome Tony Arendt, 25, of Flagstaff, passed away 22505 after a 9-month battle with leukemia. Born February 18, 1980 in Mesa. He moved with his family to Flagstaff where he was raised and educated, graduating from Coconino High School in 99. He Enjoyed camping, fishing and riding his quad. Tony never met a stranger and was a friend to all. He will be dearly missed by his parents, Vicky & John of Flagstaff; sisters, April & Autumn, his maternal grandmother, Betty (John) Redmond of Tempe; his maternal grandfather, Robert (Marva) Till or Eagle River, Ak, Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and his best friend, Boss, his Boston Terrier. Funeral services will be Thursday, March 3 at 5:00 pm, with visitation one hour prior to services at Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern Ave., Tempe, AZ. Private cremation to follow. Donations may be made to Acct 59504860 1st National Bank of AZ, 125 E. Southern, Tempe, AZ 85282. Memorial contributions may be made in Tony's name to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 2990 E. Northern Ave. E100.Phx., Az 85028. Mary Baker, 83, of Buckeye, Az, passed away February 27, 2005. Funeral services will be March 1st at 7:00p.m. at the Buckeye Funeral Home. Visitation one hour prior to services. Demetria Banegas, 91, passed away February 25, 2005. Graveside services will be held at 1:00 PM on Tuesday, March 1. 2005 at East Resthaven Cemetery Park, 4310 E. Southern, Phoenix, AZ 85040, 602-437-0436. Amy L Barnes, 86, of Mesa, Az, passed away February 25, 2005. No services. Arizona Cremation and Funeral Services. Hebe L Bhaerman, 75, of Chandler, Az, passed away February 22, 2005. No services are planned. National Cremation Society handled arrangements. FBI peg Trading Co. in Tempe, was indicted in March 2003 along with 26 associates and family members. Most of the co-defendants, including Jamal's business partner and two brothers, have pleaded guilty. Jamal stresses that none of the charges involves terrorism, and he claims to be an innocent man who is being railroaded by a government that, he says, uses national security to cover up incompetence. "I've been forced to go to trial, and I've only seen 1,000 pages from 30,000 pages of discovery," he added in a phone interview from the Central Arizona Detention Center in Florence. "They weren't able to hit me with anything (terrorism-related), so they made up all of these other things." "This is outstanding," Michael said as Evelyn swallowed some applesauce. "What price can you put on her going ahead and eating with the family?" Michael, 31, a pilot, and his wife, 36, a homemaker, are the parents of two children. Daughter Kendra was born four months ago. Laurie said things seemed normal with Evelyn until she was 9 months old and her development stalled. "We knew when she was KOTTMER, M. Rita KOVALCIK, Robert F. LEES, Norma Jo LeSUEUR, Harold B. LEWIS, Emma L. LUSK, Eulalah Marie McDONALD, Tina Lynn MICHAUD, Joseph Edouard O'BRIEN, Kenneth W. ODDO, Kenneth Carl OSTER, Joyce C. PARAZOLLI, Consuelo Bustamante PARSONS, David G. PERRIN, RitaM. PINNELL, Dollie Leila PRIEFLER, Esther RICHARDSON, Coy ROVEY, Arnold H. SAENZ. Teresa L. SHEPPARD, William Frank SOGARD, Elizabeth Meech STEVENS, Don Lee Jr. SUTTON, Harvey A. TILLMAN, Victoria Scott VanBUSKIRK, Mildred Irene Barnes VILARREAL, Raymond William WARD, Edith Edna WAY, Nadeen WELCH, Jane D. WHITEHEAD, L. Felica WILKINSON, KimberlyJoy WRIGHT, Billy Gene Sr. ZUBEY, Patricia B. Rodney T. Blankenship, 60, of Apache Junction, AZ, passed away February 26, 2005. Mr. Blankenship served in the U.S. Navy. Private services will be held at Rodney's home. Arizona Cremation and Funeral Services assisted the family. Ricky Lane Burnstad, 40, of Phoenix, Az, passed away February 21, 2005. Rick was born in Neptune, NJ and lived in and around Lakewood, NJ until his family moved to Arizona in 1973. Rick is survived by his Father, Larry, Mother, Louise, and brothers Gary Lee and Codylee, sons Colton Taylor Lane of Phoenix and Tyler Lane of Oklahoma. Rick is also survived by his beloved sister-in-law, Yolanda, niece Kristy Nicole, nephew Gary Lee, his step-children, Melissa and April Stanton, Casey Holland, and grandchildren. Rocky, Marissa and Daniel. Rick was employed by Showcase Honda of Phoenix as an auto detailer until his untimely death. A memorial service is being held on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at 6:30 p.m. at the Paradise Sunset Chapel at 3934 E. Indian School Road in Phoenix. "Remembering Our Dad Edward J. Aitken October 27 1927 to February 29, 2004 Thinking of you and missing you everyday! With Love, Sabrina, Kit, Lindsy & Steve" r m-L-u '" 1 'i : hi ii - - the other In the course of two calls, Jamal alleged that agents, informants and co-defendants are lying about him, and that the government is unfairly withholding evidence. He also said Arizona's Muslim community has abandoned him. Pat Schneider of the U.S. Attorney's Office declined comment except to say, "Jamal is charged with what he's charged with. The jury will make a determination as to whether he's guilty or innocent." The government alleges that Jamal's business network ripped off baby formula from Wal-Mart and other supermarkets by theft and fraud, then resold the product to mothers on welfare programs. Those seemingly tawdry charges belie a case with con is helping about a year old that something wasn't right," she said. "She was diagnosed with Rett syndrome at 14 months." Medical experts describe the syndrome as a neurological disorder that is found almost exclusively in girls. The origin and cause remain unknown. It usually goes unspotted until a child is 6 to 18 months old and then begins to regress in development, showing a loss of communication skills and the OBITUARIES Olimpia Castellanos, 67, of Tolleson, passed away February 26, 2005. Visitation March 2, 2005, 9-llam, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 512 N. 93rd Ave, Tolleson, Services following at 11am, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church. Iris "Patty" Clayton 1926-2005. Surrounded by her loving family, our Deiovea mom and -wwa. nana passed away jFZ y. Deacefu v and went home to be I ' . . 'K lAf ith har I rtrri anrl S .a savior, jesus Christ on February 25th, 2005. Patty was a nurse for over 30 years, ij N working the last 21 Px years at Kiiuenix General Hospital. She was loved by all her patients. Patty had a strong love for her family and loved being with them. She also loved to travel, read the Bible and play bingo. She is survived by her daughters, Johnna Alba (Ramon), Dawna Clayton and Ronna King (Jon), her grandchildren, Tawnya Lopez, Angie Alba, Jeff Alba (Sue), Lisa Reinhold (Scott) and Brandy and Bobbi Goettel. Her greatgrandchildren, Emery, Kayla and Gilbert Lopez, Paris and Deja Goettel, April, Austin and A.J. Reinhold and Sophia Alba. The family would like to thank the staff at Chaparral Winds Memory Care, with a special thanks to Eriinda, Carol, Roseanna and Claudia for the loving care they gave to Patty during her illness. Services will be heldat 11:00AM, Wednesday, March 2, 2005, Hansen Desert Hills Mortuary, 6500 E. Bell Road, Scottsdale, AZ. Until we are together again mom, rest in peace. Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimers Association, 1028 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85006-2622. Clara Cobbs, age 66, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away February 24, 2005. Visitation will be Wednesday, March 2, 2005 from 6:00-8:00 PM adn 1 hour prior to service at Preston Funeral Home, 3800 S. Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ. Services will be held Thursday, March 3, 2005 at 12:00 Noon at First Institutional Baptist Church, 1141 E. Jefferson St., Phoenix, AZ. Interment at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery. Preston Funeral Home serving the family. Modean Cody, 95 of Mesa Arizona passed away on the 24th of February zuub. ine youngest of her Brothers and Sisters she was born in Haskell County, Texas. "Modie", as she was fondly referred to by family and friends moved to the Valley in 1947 where she married her be loved Bernard M. Cody on July 20th, 1952. A resident here for 58 years, she was employed as an administrator for the Internal Revenue Service retiring after 25 faithful years of service. Modean was a devout Methodist who truly enjoyed the quality time spent with her family doing those simple things such as a quick trip to Gugi's Pie shop for a tasty slice of chocolate or banana cream pie. She enjoyed traveling abroad both nationally and internationally to far off lands. Modean is the last of 8 sisters and 2 brothers to pass. Modean is preceded in death by her Husband Bernard, Parents William O. and Cassie Sargent. Survivors include her Daughter Jeanette (Al) Squires of Gig Harbor, Washington. Son Billie (Betty) Bowman of Williamsville Missouri. 6 Grandchildren, 8 Great-grandchildren, 4 great great Grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The Family wishes to acknowledge the assistance provided by the care givers and staff of "Karrina Springs Group Home". A most grateful show of sincere gratitude to her "Special Nurse" Janeen Dahn and Care Givers Amanda, Donna and Shelly. Visitation will be 9:00AM on Wednesday, March 2nd at Greenwood Memory Lawn Mortuary located at 719 N. 27th Ave. in Phoenix. Services will be at 10:00AM on the same day with internment to follow. iv I i as bad as trial set spiratorial undertones. According to a federal affidavit, Jamal was targeted shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. At the time, a Phoenix police informer alleged that Jamal plotted to smuggle another immigrant suspect, Ma-lek Seif, out of the country. Seif, a pilot and associate of Sept. 11 hijacker Hani Han-jour, was convicted of identity fraud but never charged with a terror-related offense. Jamal said he knew both men but never discussed an escape plot for Seif. "I did know Hanjour, I'm not going to lie about it," he said. "... (But) never did I know he was connected with al-Qaida." In the counterterrorism case, agents used office bugs and wiretaps authorized under the Foreign Intelligence Sur toddler learn to swallow again purposeful use of hands. Other problems then crop up, including dysphagia, a difficulty in swallowing. After Evelyn lost the ability to swallow, she was fitted with a feeding tube attached to her stomach above the navel. In VitalStim Therapy, electrodes are attached to Evelyn's throat muscles, said Pamela Clarke-Levens, a speech therapist at the Phoenix hospital. The device sends out painless electrical stimulation that James "Jim" Raymond Corbett 61, of Scottsdale, AZ passed away Febru ary 27, 2005. He was born in El- mira. New York 1 to !or- Ravmond and Flor ence Corbett. He is ,? agt J survived by his lov- 525 ' inn uifa Rarhara . J? . Jean Corbett; children, James (Kimberly) Corbett and Heather (Kendrick) Wilson; ...Ymm!wC ) grandchildren. Tiffany & Corbett, Taylor, Connor & Callie Griffin Wilson; sister, Sharon (Fran) Lisi; brother, Daniel (Pat) Corbett and mother-in-law, Mary Hanson. Jim enjoyed traveling, learning and discovering different cultures. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus and the Elks Club. His sense of humor was an endearing aspect of Jim. His devotion and energy was to his wife and family. He will be missed by many. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at Messinger Indian School Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Rd., Scottsdale from 5-8 PM with rosary at 7 PM. Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, March 3, 2005 at 11:00 AM at St Patrick's Catholic Church, 10815 N. 84th St., Scottsdale. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Christ Child Society of Phoenix, 4633 N. 54th St., Phoenix, AZ 85018. Nellie M. Cox, 82, of 5un City West, Arizona, passed away February 26, 2005. Visitation will be ir held at noon with the Fu- ( 2 neral Service at 1:00 PM Vjw.l'yy on Friday, March 4, 2005 ' at Sunland Mortuary, 15826 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City, AZ. Entombment will follow at Sunland Memori al Park. Contributions may be made to a charity of donor's choice. Richard (Dick) Decker, 77, of Phoenix, passed away on February 20, 2005 at Banner Good Sa- vD maritan Hospital follow-(lzfe, ing a short illness. Born CzK.4 September 4, 1927 in -vl Middletown, N.Y., he was the son of the late Harold and Marjorie Decker. Richard was the owner of Markham & Decker Inc., started in 1963, with his partner, George Markham, who died in 1980. Richard is survived by his wife, Janice. He also leaves 6 children, Deborah, Lauren, Jennifer, David, Lisa, and Erica; 8 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. He leaves one sister, Lynda. Memorial Mass is scheduled for Thursday, March 3rd, at 9:30 A.M. at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2312 East Campbell Ave. A military ceremony will immediately follow at the National Memorial Cemetery of Arizo-nai 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd. Maria Socorro Dennis of Dallas, Oregon died February 22, 2005 in Dallas of natural causes she was 75 years old. Born December 29, 1929 in Pirtleville, Arizona. Funeral Service will be 3:30 PM March 12th at Our Lady Help of Christians Catholic Church in Los Angeles, California. In Lieu of Flowers, Contributions may be sent to Juana Guerrero, 1927 Thomas St., Los Angeles, CA. 90031. 4 charities of Maria's choice will be made in her name or possibly a small scholarship established. Arrangements Entrusted to Farnstrom Mortuary, Independence. Kathryn DeRosso, Aug. 16, 1928 -Feb. 26, 2005, 76, of Sun City West, Arizona, formerly of Montreal, Wisconsin, passed away at home after a lengthy illness. She is survived by her beloved husband Al DeRosso, sister Helen Garfield of California, 3 loving children, John DeRosso and wife Sharon of Georgia, Dawn Buchenauer and husband Rusty and Daniel DeRosso of Arizona. Adoring grandchildren, Katie and Joel Buchenauer of Arizona and David, Tony and Gina DeRosso of Georgia and great grandson Ian DeRosso. Memorial service arranged by Menke Funeral Home, 12420 N. 103rd Ave., Sun City, AZ on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at 11:00 A.M. Kathryn's final place of rest National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Kathryn's name to Sun Health FoundationHospice Care, PO Box 2015, Sun City, AZ 85372. Edna Othella Donaldson, 96, of Prescott Valley, AZ, passed away February 23, 2005. Graveside services were held on Monday, February 28th at Resthaven Memorial Park, 4310 E. Southern Ave., Phoenix, AZ. Visit the guest book online at www.ruffnerwakelin.com. Arizona Wakelin Bradshaw Chapel assisted the family with arrangements. veillance Act by a judge who ruled that their target was an enemy agent engaged in a threat to national security. Informers estimated $8 million in illicit profits was smuggled to Middle Eastern countries. Jamal said he sent money overseas to relatives, but not millions of dollars, and not illegally. He said the government failed to produce one surveillance tape where he promoted terrorism or directed anyone to break the law. He said prosecutors are covering up conversations where he told employees not to commit crimes. "That's why they won't present me with the phone calls, because they would prove I'm innocent," Jamal said. Secrecy does pervade the case. Motions and evidence are sealed. Judge Frederick Mar- contracts the muscles responsible for swallowing. "Evelyn had actually lost the ability to suck from a bottle," Clarke-Levens said. "Now she can drink from a cup, Which is a more advanced skill." The goal is that with continued therapy, the muscles will be strengthened and "reeducated," thus allowing Evelyn to be able to be nourished without a tube, she said. For now, Evelyn is limited to soft foods and pudding mix Paul H. Dustin, 87, of Phoenix, AZ, passed away February 26, 2005. He served in tne u.s. Army v Airforce. Visitation March ( 2, 2005 at Chapel of the ' Chimes Mortuary, 7924 N. 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ from 9am. Services following at 10am at Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary, Interment at Resthaven Park Cemetery. Sharon D. Eakins, age 72, of Phoenix, Arizona, passed away February 24, 2005. Memorial Service ir- will be held Thursday, ( SX March 3, 2005 at 1:00 P.M. VP'RHiSV at Larkspur Christian Church, 3302 West Larkspur Drive, Phoenix, AZ. Arrangements entrusted to A. L Moore Grimshaw Mortuary. Mary Ellen Fisher, 91, of Scottsdale, AZ, passed away Feb. 26, 2005 in Phoenix, AZ. She is survived by her brother Richard Pender, three daughters Dorthy Evans, Kristy Nelson and Terri Ferro, eight grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and three great-great grandchildren. Visitation will be from 5-8:00 pm Thursday, March 3rd at Messinger Pinnacle Peak Mortuary, 8555 E. Pinnacle Peak Road, Scottdale. Funeral Services will be at 10:00 am Friday, March 4th, also at the mortuary. Ramona Dunshee Fussell, 88, of Sun City, Arizona, passed away February 26, 2005. Services will be held at a later date. Best Funeral Services, Inc. assisted the family. Ronald J. Gustie, 72, of Mesa, Arizona passed away February 15, 2005. He had a successful AC business, served in the Armed Services, spent many years as a singer & entertainer, loved life & enjoyed travel, fishing & casinos. He left wife Joyce, loving sister Millie Gold & brother-in-law Morrie Gold of Florida, children & grandchildren & a host of friends. He always had a smile. He will be missed. PENNY CEASOR Our precious and beautiful Penny . . . wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, met her Lord on February 27, 2005. Born in Mesa, Arizona in 1920, Penny was one of the early voices on KOY Radio in the 1920's . , . enjoyed a professional singing career as a headlining vocalist here in Phoenix in the 1940's and 1950's. She then pursued her 'second' career of raising five children here in Arizona ... the state that she deeply loved. Penny is survived by her husband of 50 years, Henry "Hank"; by daughters, Juliet Yares and Jane Ceasor; son, Danny Newbury; brother, Carlyle Anderson; four grandchildren; three great grandchildren and . . . countless loving friends. Our family thanks the numerous friends, family, and professionals who, throughout the past several years, have been so dedicated to us. In celebration of Penny's life, services will be held at 2:00 P.M., Friday, March 4, 2005, at The Church of the Beatitudes, 555 West Glendale Avenue, Phoenix, AZ. In Memory of her donations may be made to: Hospice of the Valley, 1510 East Flower Street, Phoenix, AZ 85014 or Muhammad Ali Parkinson's Research Center, 350 West Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013. to start tone required defense lawyers to undergo FBI security checks. Most refused. Jamal's first attorney quit in protest. Jamal, now on a third lawyer, says Martone refused to delay the case and spurned nearly all discovery requests for exculpatory evidence. On the other hand, court papers describe the baby formula capers in detail, including a sting where agents posed as truck hijackers delivering a load of purloined formula to buyers for Jamal Trading Co. Jamal conceded that some of his suppliers committed crimes but said he was not aware of their acts. He vowed to take the witness stand and hinted at surprise testimony. "I do have some secrets I will bring out in the trial," Jamal said. tures, but the hope is that she will gradually be able to handle food with thicker textures. Michael said pears are Evelyn's favorite food, but it would be great if she could go to a birthday party some day and actually eat cake. Laurie hopes her special daughter will learn to handle normal family fare. "Evelyn enjoys eating," she said. "She definitely wants to eat. Evelyn never gives up." Scot Alan Harper 39, of Mesa Az passed away of natural causes on February 23, 2005. He was preceded in death by his father Richard Harper. He is survived by his Mother Judy Harper, Brother Rick Harper. Scot also leaves behind Sister-in-law Robin Harper and Josie Harper. He will be missed by his family which includes many aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins. A celebration of his life will be held on March 2, 2005 at 3:00pm at Central Christian Church. Carl M. Haugen, 93, Scottsdale, Arizona, passed away February 25, JUUb. us Army, serv ices will be held later! in Minnesota. Contribu-. tions may be made to: American cancer society, 2929 E. Thomas Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85018. National Cremation So ciety handled arrangements. Elizabeth Ann Heeman, 68, of Chandler, Az, passed away Feb. 25, 2005. No services. Contributions to: Hospice of the Valley. Elmer R. Hildebrand, 80, of Kulm, North Dakota, passed away on February 26, 2005 in Mesa, AZ. Services are pending in North Dakota. Mesa Heritage Mortuary assisted the family. Glen Richard Hills, 59, Buckeye, Arizona, passed away February 17, 2005. Services at National Memorial Cemetery, 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd., g9f' Phoenix, Arizona, 85024, March 1, 2005 at 10:30. Services entrusted to Advantage Colonial Chapel, 4141 N. 19th Ave., Phoenix, Arizona 85015. Betty Jo Hodge, 74, of Peoria, Arizona, passed away February 24, 2005. Visitation will be held from 6:00-8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 1, 2005 with Prayer at 7:00 PM at Lowmans Arizona Funeral Home, 717 W. Dobbins Rd., Phoenix, AZ. Graveside services will be held at 12:00 PM on Friday, March 4, 2005 at Lawn Haven Memorial Gardens, 1601 Llano Estacado, Clovis, New Mexico.

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