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He earned a pre-medical degree from Arkansas' Hendrix College and went on to obtain a civil engineering degree from the University of Arkansas.
Burkhalter was born in Branson, Missouri, but his family moved to Sherwood, Arkansas, when Burkhalter was six months old. Burkhalter graduated from Sylvan Hills High School before completing his undergraduate program with a pre-medical degree at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. He also graduated in 1980 from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville with a degree in civil engineering. Burkhalter and his wife, the former Penny Kay Cobb (born 1969), have two daughters.
Burkhalter ran for Lieutenant Governor of Arkansas in 2014 but lost to Republican U.S. Representative Tim Griffin, who vacates Arkansas's 2nd congressional district seat after four years. Burkhalter and the unsuccessful Democratic gubernatorial nominee, former U.S. Representative Mike Ross of Arkansas's 4th congressional district, endorsed each other's candidacies.
Burkhalter owned U-Liner Mid-America until 1998, when he sold the company to CSR Pipeline Systems. Following the sale, Burkhalter became a real estate developer. Burkhalter currently serves as president of Burkhalter Technologies, a construction business. In 2018, Burkhalter did business with the City of Little Rock Arkansas and started the Kanis Road Construction Site. That was to widen the main road.
Currently, John Burkhalter is 65 years, 10 months and 21 days old. John Burkhalter will celebrate 66th birthday on a Thursday 4th of August 2022.
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