December 23, 1929—February 13, 2005

Dick Weber is one of the most accomplished bowlers in history and has won every bowling award possible. He has won the National All-Star (now the BPAA U.S. Open) four times and captured 26 national titles and six senior championships. The most impressive statistic is that those titles have been won over five decades. There is no other athlete in the history of any sport who has accomplished this feat.

Weber has rolled 20 sanctioned 300 games and between 1957 and 1969, he was selected for the first team of the All-American Team ten times. He was inducted into the ABC Hall of Fame in 1970 and the PBA Hall of Fame in 1974. In 1976, the Bowling Writers Association offered him very special recognition when they voted him “All-Time All-American” bowler, and in 1992, Weber was honored by the National Bowling Hall of Fame and Museum as their Honoree at the Salute to Champions in St. Louis.