Peninsula Paving is locally owned and operated
David Fletcher Kenton
Born and raised in Southern Delaware...Kenton witnessed first-hand the sleepy towns on the Delmarva Peninsula transition into the mid-Atlantic regions most premier vacation and retirement destination. When the demand for housing and commerce on the Peninsula skyrocketed, Kenton saw a need for a paving company that could not only meet those needs, but one that would excel beyond the highest levels of professionalism and integrity in the paving industry. Kenton is an alumnus of West Virginia University in Morgantown, where he earned a B.A. Degree in Business Communication and a minor in Spanish. Prior to starting his own company, Kenton worked on a multitude of construction projects all across Delaware and Maryland where he gained years of experience in site work, new home construction, project coordinating, land approvals, & job estimating. Utilizing the skills and experiences acquired both in school and in his professional career, Kenton established Peninsula Paving in the Spring of 2010. Since this time, the company has doubled in size and has evolved into one of the most highly regarded paving contractors on Delmarva. Kenton is an avid waterfowl hunter, he enjoys traveling, playing bluegrass music, playing sports, and spending time on the water.
Lee is a Cecil County, MD native and alumni of Elkton Senior High School. Upon graduating, Lee enlisted in the United States Marine Corps for eight years and has several tours of duty including Desert Shield and Desert Storm. After earning several awards and a Presidential citation, he was honorably discharged as a non commissioned officer with the rank of E-4 (Cpl.) Steve has over twenty years in the asphalt paving industry. He was instrumental in completing many high profile projects in the area such as the University of Delaware, route nine, the Dupont Corporation, and many Boston Markets just to name a few. Steve is active in his community and belongs to the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Marine Corps League. He enjoys fishing and crabbing with his fellow Marines and spending time with his grandchildren.
Trala graduated from Saint Mark's High School in 1974 after which he enlisted in the United States Army where he served honorably and was discharged as an E-5 (Sgt.) after four years. John has over forty years in the construction and site work industry. Trala has extensive expertise in excavation, utilities, demolition and the paving industry. He has worked on many intricate projects in the Delaware and Maryland region, including the I-95 corridor, the Rt. 141 exchange in Newport, and the route 1 - bi pass project. John has the distinction of having paved over 2 million+ tons of asphalt and counting. He is active in his community and has belonged to the American Legion. He is a an outdoorsman at heart, and enjoys spending time with his fellow vets.