|MLA for St. Albert|
|Preceded by||Arthur Soetaert|
|Succeeded by||Ernie Jamison|
|Born||April 2, 1923|
Bon Accord, Alberta
|Died||August 26, 2015 (aged 92)|
|Political party||Social Credit Party of Alberta|
Thelma Margarite Hjeltman (m. 1942–2015)
Everitt first ran for provincial office in the 1959 election, representing the Social Credit Party of Alberta in the riding of St. Albert. He unseated incumbent Liberal Arthur Soetaert by a margin of 75 votes. He won re-election in the 1963 and 1967 elections by increasing margins against the second place Liberal candidates, Louis Chalifoux and Bob Russell respectively.
Everitt lost his seat to Progressive Conservative Ernie Jamison by a margin of just over a thousand votes in the 1971 election, as Peter Lougheed's Progressive Conservatives swept Social Credit from office. Everitt attempted a comeback in the 1975 election, but finished more than four thousand votes behind Jamison.
In 1981 he received an Energize Award from the Alberta department of Community Development for "outstanding contributions at the community or municipal level through a personal commitment to recreation development, a consistent and continuous record of service to the public, community leadership in recreation, and active participation in a variety of volunteer recreation activities." Everitt died on August 26, 2015 at the age of 92.
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