ANDOVER – Paul F. Trainor, 63, of Pine Street, Andover, died Saturday, July 14 , at the family camp on the Covered Bridge Road, Andover.

He was born in Dorchester, Mass., Aug. 30, 1943, a son of Michael Andrew and Eleanor (Cavanaugh) Trainor, and had attended schools in Dorchester, Mass.

During the Vietnam War he served as a lance corporal in the U. S. Marine Corps from 1960 to 1964.

For many years he worked for the Wrentham State School in Wrentham, Mass., as a direct care provider, and then owned and operated the Pine Ellis Bed and Breakfast, and Hiker Lodge in Andover for many years until retirement in 2006.

He was a communicant of St. Athanasius, St. John Church in Rumford.

The dearest things to his heart were his wife and family, hikers, and his many friends over the years. He also had a deep appreciation of the outdoors and nature.

He was married in Norton, Mass., Oct. 1, 1988, to the former Ilene Malouin Roberge who survives, of Andover.

Other survivors include a daughter, Michelle Tavares and husband, A.J, of Massachusetts; stepdaughters, Denise and Dorinne Roberge of North Attleboro, Mass.; stepsons, Roland Roberge and wife, Katherine, of Norton, Mass., Greg Roberge of Foxborough, Mass.; grandchildren, Christian, Marie, Christiana, and Roland Eric Roberge of Norton, Mass., Nicole Roberge of San Diego, Calif., and Monique Roberge of North Attleboro, Mass.; a son-in-law, David Rousselin of Andover; a sister, Mary Mason of Massachusetts; brothers, Joseph Trainor of Massachusetts, Gerard Trainor of Oregon; and many nieces and nephews.

He was predeceased by a brother, Michael Trainor Jr.