MARLBOROUGH, Mass. – Deborah L. Trapp of Marlborough and Timothy G. Bishop of Bangor, Maine, were married on June 19, 2010, at First Congregational Church of Hopkinton with the Rev. Dr. Foster E. Williams of Winterport, Maine, officiating. Special music was provided by the Rev. and Mrs. Randall Burns of Houlton, Maine. A reception was held afterward at the church. The bride is the daughter of A. Richard Trapp of Wheatridge, Colo., and Nancy Downey of Naples, Fla. She is a graduate of Pittsford-Sutherland High School and Colorado State University and has a master’s degree from Lesley College. The bride is employed as a literacy specialist for Framingham Public Schools. The groom is the son of Frances Bishop of Houlton, Maine, and the late Adrian Bishop. He is a graduate of Houlton High School and the University of Maine. The groom retired as treasurer of Dead River Co. in April after a 26-year career and is currently considering other work alternatives. After a brief honeymoon in Northport, Maine, the couple bicycled across America, chronicling their journey at http://bikersbishop.blogspot.com. Mr. and Mrs. Bishop now reside in Marlborough, Mass.