Instructor and Symposium Speakers
Ross Greene, SR/WA
Ross Greene, SR/WA, is a partner with the law firm of Pender & Coward, P.C. Ross focuses his practice in the areas of eminent domain, real estate, wills, trusts, estates, and business matters. He is rated AV (“Preeminent”) by the Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings system, and he is listed in Super Lawyers. In his right-of-way practice, Ross represents condemning authorities, including state government agencies, utilities, municipalities, and right-of-way consultants. His right-of-way practice includes land titles, negotiations, closings, eminent domain, inverse condemnation, and Uniform Relocation Act issues. Ross is a former President of IRWA Chapter 52 (Old Dominion), and Secretary/Treasurer for IRWA Region 4. Along with Pender & Coward’s CEO Dave Arnold, Ross maintains a blog on right-of-way matters at www.rightofway.law.
Steve Keyser has been in damage prevention for 11 years. He started out working for Utiliquest, a contract locating company, in 2005 ending up as Master Locator. There he located telephone, electric, gas, and cable tv lines. In 2012, he was hired as a line locator for Chesapeake Utilities, a Natural Gas Distribution company in Delaware and Maryland. He was promoted to Line Locator Supervisor in 2013, managing over 7 employees where they located approximately 62,000 tickets a year. With being promoted to supervisor, he became their representative on the Miss Utility Board of Delmarva. He is currently the Vice President, where he helps teach the importance of contacting Miss Utility before excavating and the importance of safe excavation.
Genevieve is a Right of Way Engineering Project Manager with the Delaware Department of Transportation. She has over 30 years of experience in the areas of civil engineering/survey/highway design and has led projects from survey to shovel. Her adventures in the consultant world have given her keen insight with work in several states, all from the same desk. Genevieve and her husband live in Dover, Delaware, have four grown children and one awesome 6yo grandson.
Delmarva Power Electric Representatives
Lead Linemen – Caleb Thompson, Brian Timmons, Steve Mangini and Zach Lemon will conduct the electrical safety presentation. Their responsibilities include safe installation, construction and maintenance of electric utility infrastructure for Delmarva Power. They are also responsible for safely restoring electric service as a result of storms and emergency situations which result in loss of power for residents and businesses in the New Castle County area.
Dora Parks has been in the damage prevention and safety business for 29 years with One Call Concepts, Inc. Moving from thirteen years of contract locating serving Delaware, Texas and Maryland to General Manager of Miss Utility servicing Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey and the District of Columbia. Since 2011, Dora has worked in client relations, damage prevention and marketing. In this capacity, Dora serves as a liaison to thousands of contractors and utility owners in Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia promoting and supporting damage prevention and safety initiatives.
Bradley S. Eaby, Esquire
Mr. Eaby is a Delaware Deputy Attorney General representing the Department of Transportation in condemnation cases and other litigation.
Prior to his employment with the Department of Justice in 2016, he was in private practice for 26 years in Dover, Delaware. First, with Barros, McNamara, Scanlon, Malkiewicz & Taylor, P.A, and then with The Eaby Firm, LLC. For the most part, Mr. Eaby concentrated in civil litigation, land use and consumer bankruptcy.
During those 26 years, for a period of 10 years, he also served as a Kent County Levy Court Commissioner. Mr. Eaby served as the Vice President of the County Council and the Chair of the Finance Department. In his capacity as a Levy Court Commissioner, Mr. Eaby served on the Dover/Kent Metropolitan Planning Organization (“MPO”) for 10 years, rotating as either Council President or Vice President.
It was during Mr. Eaby's time on the Levy Court and the MPO that his appreciation for infrastructure and government grew. The opportunity to help provide water, wastewater treatment, public safety services, recreational centers, parks, trails, libraries, and roads was immensely satisfying. Mr. Eaby has often bored his family with such mundane discussions during dinnertime.
Luckily, Mr. Eaby can continue working in the world of infrastructure by assisting DelDOT in delivering, trails, roads, and bridges to Delaware citizens. Equally as satisfying, is the ability to practice law and litigate these matters.
Mr. Eaby is married to his wonderful wife, Julie, and they are blessed with three awesome children. Julie is an elementary school teacher at Booker T. Washington, Dover. She pours her heart and soul into teaching her students. In February 2020 she was chosen by her peers as the BTW Teacher of the Year.
In their spare time, theEabys like to hang out in Fenwick Island and go crabbing, paddle boarding, beaching, mini-golfing and play board games with the kids. Mr. Eaby also enjoys surfing and will sneak out in the early morning if there is a good swell.
Brad Saborio, P.E.
Brad Saborio joined the Delaware Department of Transportation in November of 2000. He spent time with Field Services as the Process Improvements Engineer, Business Management as the Process Improvements Engineer/Facilities Engineer and Central District Public Works as the Public Works Engineer. For the past 7 years Brad has been the Group Engineer for Group 3 Construction managing the construction of all capital improvement projects within Kent and Sussex Counties. Previously, Brad worked as a construction inspector/project resident for EarthTech. He graduated from Drexel University in 1995 with a BS degree in Civil Engineering and a BS degree in Architectural Engineering. He has been a licensed PE in the state of Delaware since 2001.