December 11, 1939 – March 29, 2021
Robert ("Bob") Paine- Age 81, of Sagamore Beach, passed away comfortably and peacefully on March 29, 2021 at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital in Plymouth surrounded by his loving family.
Bob was born in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Boston, raised in Quincy, and was a graduate of Thayer Academy and Northeastern University.
He was the former owner of General Auto Supply, Inc. in Quincy, a company started in 1951 by his parents, where he continued to work full time up until the time of his passing.
Bob loved coaching youth hockey and served as the President of the Hanover Youth Hockey Association for a number of years during the 60s and 70s. As a grandfather, Bob enjoyed nothing more than watching his grandchildren participate in various activities. Bob and Bonnie were often recognized as the “Team Grandparents” on their grandchildren’s numerous teams as they loved watching all of the players. To continue his love of hockey, Bob began attending Bourne High School hockey games at Gallo Arena. He also loved working with his hands; he spent decades working on his extensive model train collection and train table and was a skilled wood craftsman.
Bob was a devoted, loving husband of 60 years to Bonnie Paine. Together they built a beautiful family. In addition to his wife, Bob is survived by his son Donald "Scott" Paine and his wife Deborah Paine of Scituate; daughter Cindy Ciessau and her husband Bob Ciessau of Scituate; and his much loved grandchildren, Ryan Paine and his wife Kaci, Rachel Paine and her boyfriend Collin, Alex Ciessau and his fiancée Ilayda, Tucker Ciessau and his fiancée Jennifer and Trevor Ciessau and his girlfriend Shannon.
Bob was the son of the late Marion and Ellsworth (“Al”) Paine.
In lieu of flowers a donation in Bob's memory may be made to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
Services for Bob will be private for his family.
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Peg and Tony D'Onofrio
April 13, 2021
Our condolences to the Paine family.
Always enjoyed my interaction with Bonny and Bob while planning their travel.
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.
Love leaves a memory no one can steal."
The D'Onofrio family
April 4, 2021
Going to miss you Bob. I'll miss talking to you about Nascar and the Bruins.
April 2, 2021
Fond memories of Bob helping me work on my car in his garage in Hanover-Hockey games @ Hobomock and other rinks with Scott and Gig-Pool parties-trips to Montreal. Bob was a prince and it was my great pleasure to be a friend of the family. My sincere condolences to Bonnie, Scott, Cindy and all of the extended family. Bob Faux
April 2, 2021
One of the finest gentleman I ever had the pleasure to know. I regarded his as my second father. Taught me how to be successful in business and life and I will be forever grateful to Bob and the entire Paine family. Rest in Peace my friend till we meet again
April 1, 2021
The love and support Robert has shown to his grandkids was instantly noticeable. The endless support showing up to far away lacrosse games in college for Tucker. You could see the passion he possessed to encourage and love his grandkids, wife, family, and friends. From his smile to his wittiness to his genuine character. You will be missed by many. You will be dearly missed by me, my friend.
- Matthew “Tully” Taulane