A Touring Pro for more than a dozen years in the 1960's and 70's, Limongello established a reputation as one of the top clutch bowlers of all time. He was the 11th player named in the Veterans Category. Always quiet, but always effective, he never let high tech or varying lane conditions get in his way. If a ball felt good, he could and did win with it. If a lane condition could be hit, he'd find the way. Among his six titles are two gems, the PBA National Championship and the U.S. Open. Limongello was thrilled that his wife and two children were there to see him inducted. "My pro career was a different part of my life," he said. My wife and children never really saw me bowl so it was great for them to see some old TV shows and hear about my earlier life as a bowler. It was a wonderful and rewarding time and I loved it. And to be recognized as a Hall of Famer just caps it all."