Willard Mitt Romney's Biography


Full Name: Willard Mitt Romney
Gender: Male
Family: Wife: Ann; 5 Children: Tagg, Matt, Josh, Ben, Craig
Birth Date: 03/12/1947
Birth Place: Detroit, MI
Home City: Belmont, MA
Religion: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
  • Current Car:

    2005 Ford Mustang Convertible

  • Date of Wedding Anniversary:


  • Father's Name:

    George Romney

  • Father's Occupation:

    Former Michigan Governor

  • Favorite Athlete:

    David Ortiz

  • Favorite Book:

    Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain

    What It Takes, Richard Ben Cramer

    Theodore Rex, Edmund Morris

    The World Is Flat, Thomas Friedman

    1776, David McCullough

    The Battle For Peace, Tony Zinni and Tony Koltz

    The Business Of Winning, Robert Evangelista

    Future Jihad, Walid Phares

    The Purpose Driven Life, Rick Warren

    The West’s Last Chance, Tony Blankley

    Mastering The Rockefeller Habits, Verne Harrish

    The Four Obsessions Of An Extraordinary Executive, Patrick Lencioni

  • Favorite Food:

    Meat Loaf Cakes

  • Favorite Movie:

    Raiders of the Lost Ark

  • Favorite Musician:

    Roy Orbison, The Beatles, The Eagles, The Kingston Trio, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Brooks and Dunn, George Strait, Clint Black, and Garth Brooks

  • Favorite President and Why:

    Dwight Eisenhower

  • Favorite Quote:

    “The pursuit of the difficult makes men strong” – George Romney.

  • Favorite Sport:


  • Favorite TV Shows:

    American Idol

  • First Job:

    Chauffeur for the university physics department

  • Hobbies or Special Talents:

    Spending time with family - especially grandchildren, running, reading, skiing, horseback riding with my wife, waterskiing, and watching movies.

  • Mother's Name:

    Lenore Romney

  • Mother's Occupation:

    Theater; United States Senate Candidate

  • Number of Grandchildren:


  • Personal Hero and Why:

    Ronald Reagan

  • Pets (include names):

    Family recently lost Marley, a Weimaraner

  • Publications:

    Turnaround: Crisis, Leadership, and the Olympic Games


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