The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
As an assistant to the president, Romney would accompany Anderson on his visits to the various church branches, and on June 16, 1968, Romney drove Anderson and his wife, along with a French Mormon couple and another missionary, to visit a congregation in Pau. On the way back to Bordeaux, they were in a tragic accident on this spot in the village of Bernos-Beaulac, south of Bazas.
As an assistant to the president, Romney would accompany Anderson on his visits to the various church branches, and on June 16, 1968, Romney drove Anderson and his wife, along with a French Mormon couple and another missionary, to visit a congregation in Pau. On the way back to Bordeaux, they were in a tragic accident on this spot in the village of Bernos-Beaulac, south of Bazas.
(Globe Staff Photo / Scott LaPierre)