BRUNSWICK – Blaine O. Tyner, 64, of Old Stage Road, Woolwich, died Monday, Feb. 9, at Mid Coast Hospital.

He was born at Central Maine General Hospital on Jan. 10, 1945, a son of Clarence H. and Beverly J. Berry Tyner. He was raised and educated in Oxford and graduated from Oxford High School, Class of 1963.

After high school, he attended and graduated from Hanson’s Barber School in Lewiston. He practiced barbering for several years in Bath. He then worked at Bath Iron Works as a welder, until his retirement in 2004.

He was a member of the Bath Lodge of Elks and he and his wife Harriet were founders and charter members of Mainely Vanners and the Pine Tree Chapters of the North American Family Campers Association. In addition to the fellowship of camping, they served for several years as instructors of camping and canoeing.

They enjoyed many trips to Maine’s Allagash Wilderness Waterway, the Pine Tree Campground and countless other camping areas in Maine and New England. Together with friends, Blaine and Harriet, they traveled extensively in the Caribbean Islands.

He was dearly loved and will be missed by his survivors, three sisters, Cynthia Schoppe of Berwick, Sylvia and her husband, Jon Verrill, of Oxford and Doreen Borens of Brunswick and North Carolina; and a brother, Bruce and his wife, Jean Tyner, of West Paris.

He was predeceased by his parents; and his wife.

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