Richard Gerry Dodge, 56, of Richmond, passed away peacefully in his sleep on Sunday, April 1, 2018. He was preceded in death by his parents, Kent and Patricia Dodge; siblings, Paul Janice and Louis Dodge. He is survived by his wife, Dana Beer Dodge; daughters, Caitlin, Addison, Mackenzie and Anika Dodge; step-son, Victor Savage; and brother, Stephen Dodge. Services will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 5511 Staples Mill Road, Suite 202B, Richmond, VA 23228 or lls.org.
Celebration of Richard Dodge
Byrd Park Picnic Shelter
Saturday April 21st, 2018
600 S. Boulevard
Richmond, VA 23220
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Submitted by Sloan Harris on Jun 26 2018 06:23:02 AM
RIP Richard Dodge. I went through school with Richard in McLean. He was a champion athlete and always very kind. Looks like he lived a great life surrounded by a beautiful family. Gone way too soon! Sending my sympathies to all of you!
Submitted by Linda Lorence-Critelli on Jun 23 2018 04:12:45 PM
My brother Roger just sent me a note of Richard's passing. Roger & I attended Langley HS with Richard and both ran cross country with Richard in the late 1970s. In fact, Richard and I were on the team in 1979 that lead Langley to its first State Championship. I recall many cross country and track workouts and meets with Richard. He was charming, witty and fun to be around. A true leader for our team. And a great friend. Over the years we lost contact and I am so very sorry to hear of Richard's passing. My long lost friend and running mate, may you find that perfect heavenly golf course to run on.
Submitted by Andy Arnold on Jun 22 2018 10:30:55 AM
I am so sorry to hear the news of Richard's passing. I remember meeting him for the first time as an awkward 13 year-old in 1975. Richard and I, though unrelated, came into high school as the only two Dodges. We competed together at Langley on the cross-country and track teams. Richard, with his natural athleticism and charisma, would become a star. But more than that, Richard also had a warmth and humanity that drew people to him. And those are the qualities I will never forget.
Submitted by Bob Dodge on Apr 9 2018 02:53:41 PM
Precious husband. He will be missed.
Submitted by Linda Salvesen Wright on Apr 6 2018 04:06:36 PM
Sorry for your loss
Submitted by Austin on Apr 6 2018 01:19:27 PM
I'm so soprry for your loss, sending love
Submitted by nicky epstein on Apr 5 2018 07:49:54 PM
So sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you
Submitted by Jay Opperman on Apr 5 2018 07:43:30 PM
Richard was a lovely human being. He seemed to see the best in everyone and take people as they are. He showed a genuine love and generosity to the people near him. He had so much more to enjoy and live for. He will be missed.
Submitted by Francesca on Apr 5 2018 03:56:42 PM
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