| Overall UK Wins: 26 | Overall UK Losses: 8 | Win % 76.4 |
Date of Birth: June 12, 1928
Date of Death: January 6, 2016
Hometown: Tavares, FL
Alma Mater: Florida 
For a generalized listing of officials, please consult this page.
|1/27/1958||Kentucky at Georgia Tech||L||52 - 71||27||14||16||39||0||0||-||Bill Henderson and Dick Pace|
|1/25/1960||Kentucky at Georgia Tech||L||44 - 65||25||21||30||40||2||2||-||George Conley and Dick Pace|
|1/7/1963||Kentucky at Vanderbilt||W||106 - 82||25||32||53||33||2||4||-||Ralph Stout and Dick Pace|
|2/22/1965||Kentucky at Alabama||L||71 - 75||18||18||20||24||1||2||-||A.C. Lambert and Dick Pace|
|2/24/1969||Alabama at Kentucky||W||108 - 79||21||24||35||32||0||1||-||Ralph Stout and Dick Pace|
|1/17/1970||Tennessee at Kentucky||W||68 - 52||13||12||16||16||0||0||-||Zigmund Mihalik and Dick Pace|
|2/2/1970||Kentucky at Auburn||W||84 - 83||24||20||23||35||2||1||-||Ben Dunn and Dick Pace|
|2/23/1970||Kentucky at Alabama||W||98 - 89||18||14||16||23||0||0||-||A.C. Lambert and Dick Pace|
|12/19/1970||Purdue at Kentucky||L||83 - 89||17||21||27||19||0||1||-||Dick Pace and Zigmund Mihalik|
|2/6/1971||Mississippi at Kentucky||W||121 - 86||21||18||20||32||0||0||-||Dick Pace and Bill Bennett|
|2/15/1971||Kentucky at Georgia||W||107 - 95||20||23||30||26||1||3||-||Burrell Crowell and Dick Pace|
|2/22/1971||Alabama at Kentucky||W||101 - 74||19||21||27||25||1||1||Tom Payne for arguing a call made against another UK player too emphatically (ejected)||Ralph Stout and Dick Pace|
|2/27/1971||Kentucky at Vanderbilt||W||119 - 90||20||18||24||25||1||0||-||Ben Dunn and Dick Pace|
|12/18/1971||Princeton at Kentucky||W||96 - 82||20||24||38||27||3||1||-||Art White and Dick Pace|
|12/28/1971||Kentucky vs. Notre Dame||W||83 - 67||16||18||24||19||0||0||-||Dick Pace and David Parry|
|1/17/1972||Kentucky at Georgia||L||73 - 85||17||10||13||27||1||0||-||Dick Pace and Dan Wooldridge|
|1/29/1972||Louisiana State at Kentucky||W||89 - 71||17||14||17||20||1||0||-||Dick Pace and K.C. Hall|
|2/21/1972||Georgia at Kentucky||W||87 - 63||11||14||19||15||0||1||-||Dick Pace and Ken Lauderdale|
|12/23/1972||Kansas at Kentucky||W||77 - 71||23||27||32||21||1||1||-||Dick Pace and Jerry Menz|
|2/24/1973||Louisiana State at Kentucky||W||94 - 76||10||25||19||7||0||1||-||Dick Pace and Bill Henderson|
|3/3/1973||Kentucky at Auburn||W||91 - 79||17||10||6||14||0||0||-||Dick Pace and Burrell Crowell|
|1/26/1976||Kentucky at Auburn||L||84 - 91 OT||33||21||21||40||4||1||-||Dick Pace and Bob Wortman|
|2/23/1976||Auburn at Kentucky||W||93 - 82||20||25||23||22||1||2||-||Julius Sneed and Dick Pace|
|1/21/1978||Kentucky at Mississippi State||W||75 - 65||23||30||33||25||1||3||-||Jack Manton and Dick Pace|
|2/27/1978||Kentucky at Georgia||W||78 - 67||19||22||25||18||0||2||-||Dick Pace and Dale Kelley|
|3/4/1978||UNLV at Kentucky||W||92 - 70||19||20||15||14||0||0||-||Hank Nichols and Dick Pace|
|1/15/1979||Kentucky at Mississippi State||L||61 - 63||15||19||15||10||0||1||None||Lou Moser; Dick Pace and Tom Taylor|
|1/22/1979||Georgia at Kentucky||W||73 - 64||19||27||31||17||0||2||-||Burrell Crowell, Dick Pace and Don Rutledge|
|2/3/1979||Kentucky at Louisiana State||L||61 - 70||28||23||23||35||3||2||None||Don Shea, Dick Pace and Jerry Yarbrough|
|2/10/1979||Alabama at Kentucky||W||80 - 71||19||25||25||23||0||2||Coach Hall||Bob Wortman, Robert Hartsfield and Dick Pace|
|3/1/1979||Kentucky vs. Alabama||W||101 - 100||23||24||22||24||0||2||-||Dick Pace, Ben Dunn and Ken Lauderdale|
|1/3/1981||Georgia at Kentucky||W||76 - 62||18||19||28||15||0||1||None||Ben Dunn; Dick Pace and Burrell Crowell|
|2/4/1981||Auburn at Kentucky||W||102 - 74||35||34||49||45||3||2||Auburn Coach Smith||Burrell Crowell, Dick Pace and Ormond Brown|
|2/14/1981||Alabama at Kentucky||W||77 - 62||23||22||25||28||0||1||None||Paul Galvan; Jerry Yarbrough and Dick Pace|
Obituary - Orlando Sentinel (January 23, 2016)
Pace, Richard Dick
Passed away on the 6th of January after an extended illness at the age of 87. He was born in Tavares, FL. He was preceded in death by his parents Murl and Leola Pace.
Upon graduating from high school, he received 39 sports scholarship offers and selected the University of Florida where he played football, basketball, and baseball. He was elected to the UF Hall of Fame in 1987. Additionally, he was elected to the Hall of Fame for the Florida High School Activities Assoc., Florida Citrus Bowl, Central Florida Officials Assoc., National High School Sports, and Florida sports.
He started officiating sports in 1950 at the high school level and joined the Southeastern Conference where he worked for 29 years. He worked 20 major college bowl games including the Sugar, Orange, Fiesta, and other major bowls. He was President of the SEC Officials in Football and Basketball. He served as the Commissioner of the Sunshine Conference for 9 years and Supervisor of Officials for 15 years. He was President of the Orlando Touchdown Club where he was given the Dr. Frank Gray Award.
He was the owner of Pace Insurance and was President of the Florida Independent Insurance Agents. He served his country in the US Air Force at various locations.
He is survived by nieces Merle Skinner, Jane Hardy, Mary K. Cooper, Shirlene Parker and Carole Walston; nephews Lynn "Bud" Hardy, Jim Pappas, Dick Pappas and B.E. Pace.
A celebration of Dick's life will be held at the Asbury United Methodist Church in Maitland on Friday, the 29th of January, 2016 at 12:00pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Asbury United Methodist Church, 220 W. Horatio Ave, Maitland, FL 32751.