Annette Martin

Annette Martin

An alleged clairvoyant who, while alive, touted herself as a world famous psychic and ghost detective, medical intuitive and author; she died in 2011.
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The results from the May 13 afternoon session, with 66 members present, are: high score, Paul Sorce, 680; low score Doloris Senft, 382; high round Lach Stewart and Fred Senft, 173; double pinochle Jerry Knust, Bud Curtis, Annette Martin, Tim Moymann, Margene DePino and Joan Schultz; and all tricks Fred Senft, Bob Burnett, Tom McDonnell, and Arlene Anderson.
The mobile app that won the highest honor was developed by employees Andy Thomas, Alison Kaufmann, Adam Flowers, Annette Martin and Nathan Worcester.
Annette Martin, 61, of Penylan Court in St Brides Major, Bridgend, developed malign mesothelioma, a very rare form of cancer normally associated with asbestos exposure.
Graeme Hughes, assistant coroner for Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, said: "There is no other conclusion that I can record other than that Annette Martin died of natural causes."
Blair Speed of the Crown Office's proceeds of crime unit told Stirling sheriff William Gilchrist: "It is quite clear on the balance of probabilities that Annette Martin is Annette Daniel."
Beiersdorf senior body care research scientist Annette Martin commented, "The results of this study are an exciting starting point for further research work."
"Gift of the White Life: The Strange and Wonderful Story of Annette Martin, Psychic" is the story of the first psychic ever to testify as an expert witness in a murder case, and her life and times going through life being a psychic.
They included Ric and Judy Pierce, Jane Annois, Mary Lou and Chris Pittard, Jena Bedson, Marymae Trench, Judy Boydell, Lorraine Taylor, Meredith Plain and Annette Martin.
President Debbie Allen conducted the session, at which all trustees except Annette Martin attended, along with Michele Shelite, clerk-treasurer; Steve Mahrt, village attorney; William Lytle, engineer, and Colton Heiserman, maintenance supervisor.
Fellow seer Annette Martin said: "Swein MacDonald was the possessor of a unique gift of second sight."
The results from the March 25 morning session, with 59 members present, are: Carol Minutillo, 622; low score Eileen Smith, 375; high round Catherine Bouley and Susan Sennot, 156; double pinochle Gaylon Smilden and Dennis Smith; all tricks Susan Sennot, Dennis Smith, Art Merkelz, Annette Martin and Catherine Bouley; and round house none.
The results from the March 11 morning session, with 60 members present, are: Lach Stewart, 612; low score Tony Barruzza, 380; high round Cheryl Kelly and Dennis Smith, 159; double pinochle Anthony Catalano, Joe Piotrowski, Mellin Knust, Annette Martin and Arlene Wille; all tricks none; and round house David Stuckmeyer.