Richard Dodge began tenpin bowling in 1974 at age 10. As a youth bowler, he was among the area's best: His highest average was 196, with a high game of 265 and a 726 high series. He finished first two times and second once in the Vir-Mar-District 600 Club Tournament.

A partial listing of Rich's accomplishments:

A quiet, well-controlled, and outstanding bowler, Rich goes about the business of making the game appear easy. His ever-present smile and encouraging attitude add to the bowling game today.

He resides in Woodbridge with his wife, Tracee, and stepdaughter, Danielle.

Richard Dodge's induction into the NCABA Hall of Fame bestows a great honor upon him, his family, and all those associated with him.

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