G. Scott Romney
Ameican lawyer
G. Scott Romney
George Scott Romney is an American Republican politician and lawyer in the state of Michigan. He formerly sat on the Michigan State University Board of Trustees. A member of the Pratt-Romney family—a well-known political family in Michigan—he is the son of former Michigan Governor George W. Romney and brother of the former Governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney. He goes by the name of "Scott."
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Andy McDonald: The Real Reason Mitt Romney Won't Release His Tax Returns
Huffington Post - over 4 years
For weeks presidential candidate Mitt Romney has refused to release key tax returns from his years at Bain Capital. Analysts on both sides of the aisle believe generally that he is hiding something. No one is suggesting Romney has done anything illegal, only that the returns may contain items that run counter to his "GO, AMERICA!" attitude. (Or should I say "GO, AMERCIA!") Paying no taxes, being CEO of a company that outsources jobs, etc. But the truth is even more mindblowing. With the help my very secretive sources at Romney campaign headquarters (they're so secretive, they don't even want to know they work there), I have acquired a document from one of the years in question. Critics wanted to see these documents because of what might have been claimed, what might have been written off, etc. What if I told you Mitt Romney was claimed? Not as a dependent, or a CEO, but rather... as a construction project. Mitt Romney is a robot. Mitt Romney doesn't wa ...
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Welfare program provides true freedom - KSL-TV
Google News - over 5 years
And from Marion G. Romney, a former member of the First Presidency, "What is the most important item to have stored in your year's supply? My response was seriously given---personal righteousness." It is clear that the Welfare Program is first and
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Bedbugs can carry drug resistant bacteria - UPI.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Dr. Marc G. Romney of St. Paul's Hospital/Providence Health Care in Vancouver, British Columbia, and colleagues collected five bedbugs and tested them for drug-resistant organisms and bacterial colonies were identified by using conventional and
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Hazards of Bed Bugsā€”and of Getting Rid of Them - PLoS Blogs (blog)
Google News - almost 6 years
As Maryn McKenna reports on her Superbug blog, Canadian researchers Christopher F. Lowe and Marc G. Romney announce in the June issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases that three hospitalized patients from Downtown Eastside, a very poor neighborhood in
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Marion G. Romney, 90, President Of the Mormon Council of Twelve
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: Marion G. Romney, a high official of the Mormon Church, died yesterday at his home in Salt Lake City. He was 90 years old. Church officials said his death resulted from ''causes incident to age.'' Marion G. Romney, a high official of the Mormon Church, died yesterday at his home in Salt Lake City. He was 90 years old. Church officials said
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NYTimes - over 31 years
In the next few days, Ezra Taft Benson is due to take over as president of the Mormon Church, a position of enormous ecclesiastical authority. Church members believe that the president, or ''living Prophet,'' receives guidance directly from God. His accession to power follows a 12-year period as the relatively powerless heir apparent when he served
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NYTimes - over 31 years
The death of Spencer W. Kimball, president of the Mormon Church, is all but certain to lead to the selection early next week of Ezra Taft Benson, President of the church's Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, as the next head of the 5.6 million-member church. Don LeFevre, a church spokesman, said the selection of anyone other than Mr. Benson, President
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AROUND THE NATION; Ailing Mormon Leader Shows Up at Meeting
NYTimes - over 32 years
Spencer W. Kimball, the ailing 89-year- old world leader of the Mormon Church, surprised members today by showing up on the opening day of the church's 154th semiannual conference. Mr. Kimball, who Mormons believe is the prophet of God, missed the morning session but appeared at the afternoon meeting of the church, formally known as the Church of
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NYTimes - about 33 years
Mark E. Petersen, who was second in line to succeed Spencer W. Kimball as president of the Mormon Church, died Wednesday night of complications related to cancer. Mr. Petersen, 83 years old, was a member of the church's Council of Twelve Apostles, died at 10:22 P.M. Wednesday, a church statement said. He was next in line behind Ezra Taft Benson,
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AROUND THE NATION; Ailing Mormon Leaders Attend Conference
NYTimes - over 33 years
The intense faith that brought Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley is needed today in a world ''where sacred things are mocked,'' a church leader said at the faith's 153d Semiannual General Conference today. The speaker, Gordon B. Hinckley, was the only one of the three-member First Presidency healthy enough to speak at the two-day conference
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AROUND THE NATION; Mormon Head Shuffles Ruling Church Group
NYTimes - about 34 years
Spencer W. Kimball, president of the Mormon Church, today announced a reorganization of the faith's ruling First Presidency in the wake of the death of N. Eldon Tanner, a counselor to four church presidents. Don LeFevre, a spokesman for the church, said the 87-year-old Mr. Kimball had named Marion G. Romney ashis first counselor and Gordon B.
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NOTES ON PEOPLE; Mormons Expand Top-Level Leadership
NYTimes - over 35 years
For the first time in more than a decade, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has expanded its top-level leadership, with the appointment of Gordon B. Hinckley as a counselor. The appointment of Mr. Hinckley by Spencer W. Kimball, the Mormons' president, resulted partly from the fact that Mr. Kimball and his two counselors have health
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NYTimes - almost 36 years
The Mormon Church, saying church pioneers had chosen Utah as a ''base from which to carry the gospel of peace to the peoples of the earth,'' today announced its opposition to deployment of the MX missile system here and in Nevada. The message was wired to the Utah and Nevada Congressional delegations and to President Reagan, whose Administration is
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of G. Scott Romney
  • 2011
    Age 69
    On July, 1, 2011, he married, Sheri L. (Cope) Jelalian, widow of D. Reid Jelalian, in Kapolei, Hawaii.
    More Details Hide Details She was formerly married to Keith M. Varady and brings their son Matthew to the current marriage.
  • 2008
    Age 66
    He was defeated for reelection by Dianne Byrum in November 2008.
    More Details Hide Details Scott Romney has served as a missionary and bishop in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  • 2000
    Age 58
    Governor Engler subsequently appointed Scott Romney to the Michigan State University Board of Trustees in August 2000.
    More Details Hide Details Romney ran for and won a full eight-year term in November 2000.
  • 1998
    Age 56
    In 1998, Romney announced his candidacy for the office of Michigan Attorney General.
    More Details Hide Details That office had been held for 37 years by one person, Democrat Frank Kelley. However, for health reasons, Kelley announced his retirement as Michigan Attorney General that same year (1998). The Republican Governor at the time, John Engler, had backed U.S. Attorney John Smietanka against Kelley, despite the strong likelihood that Kelley would easily win re-election. However, upon Kelley's surprising announcement that he was not seeking re-election, Engler switched from supporting Smietanka to supporting Scott Romney for the Republican nomination. What followed was a power struggle at the Michigan Republican Party convention with influential Michigan Republican and Smietanka supporter Chuck Yob. Romney lost his bid for the nomination to become Michigan Attorney General; Smietanka won the nomination. Smietanka went on to lose the attorney general's race in the general election to the Democratic Party candidate, attorney Jennifer Granholm.
  • 1996
    Age 54
    He was formerly married to Ronna Romney, the Republican U. S. Senate Candidate in Michigan in 1996, as well as Ellen Rogers, a Michigan television host.
    More Details Hide Details With Ronna Romney, he has five children: Kevin, George, Ronna, Mark, Christina. With Ellen Rogers, he has two children: Madison and Griffin. He also has seven grandchildren: Abigail, Nash, Isabella, Adelyn, Lucy, Camilla and Roxanne.
  • 1976
    Age 34
    In 1976, he joined the law firm Honigman Miller Schwartz & Cohn, LLP in Detroit.
    More Details Hide Details Prior to that, Scott Romney practiced law with Sullivan & Cromwell in New York City. He also served as president of the Lakeway Corporation in Austin, Texas. He serves as a member of the board of directors of the Compuware Corporation. He also serves on the board of directors for Blue HealthCare Bank. He is active in Hospice of Michigan, Convergence Transportation Electronics Association, The Children's Center of Wayne County, the National Conference for Community and Justice, Detroit Area Council of Boy Scouts of America, and New Detroit.
  • 1966
    Age 24
    Romney received his BA in economics from Michigan State University in 1966 and his Juris Doctor (J.D.) from Harvard Law School in 1969.
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  • 1941
    Born on June 7, 1941.
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