Everett Glasgore

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Everett Glasgore
1958 official portrait
13th Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia
In office
21 June 1957 – 20 June 1964
MonarchThadeus II
Edwin IV
Preceded byMelvin Krassady
Succeeded byIan Crowcasa
Father of the House
In office
9 March 1976 – 23 March 1977
Preceded byWilton Bishop
Succeeded byPevington Burr
Leader of the Civic Party
In office
2 November 1949 – 16 October 1967
Preceded byErwan Nasserethe
Succeeded byClayton Hinker
Chancellor of the Exchequer
In office
16 May 1975 – 11 June 1976
Preceded byPevence Brawn
Succeeded byNancy Jarsdel
Home Secretary
In office
11 June 1976 – 31 December 1976
Preceded byThomas Khoor
Succeeded byCecil Blumark
Member of Parliament
for Wurser, Bursil
In office
17 January 1935 – 23 March 1977
Preceded byClinter Fenn
Succeeded byMarleigh Vantouré
Personal details
Everett Samminel Pevington Glasgore

Bursil, Sani Bursil, Staynes, Great Morstaybishlia
Died16 September 1979(1979-09-16) (aged 82)
Eastrovia, Peregrinia
Political partyCivic Party
SpouseLupe Marzin (m.1932-1980)
Alma materSani Bursil University

Everett Samminel Pevington Glasgore (10 April 1897 - 16 September 1979) was a former Staynish politician who served as the first Civic Prime Minister of Great Morstaybishlia between 1957 and 1964. He later served as Chancellor of the Exchequer and Home Secretary under the Gastrell administration between April 1975 and December 1976. On 9 March 1976 he became the Father of the House, succeeding Wilton Bishop and being succeeded by Sir Pevington Burr when he retired from his constituency in March 1977. Glasgore died in his retirement home in Eastrovia, Peregrinia in 1979, aged 82.