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October 22, 1947 ~ April 29, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
Loren Dennis Conger passed away at the age of 75 on April 29, 2023. He was born October 22, 1947 in Artesin, California. The son of Roland "R.J." Conger and Nelda Kelley. He moved to Willow Springs Missouri at a young age. Graduated from Willow Springs High School. Right after high school he went into the Military and served in the United States Air Force. He was an Explosive Operator and was medically discharged due to being injured during time of duty with the Air Force. He was a Sargent at the time of discharge. Loren Conger was predeceased by his father Roland Conger, mother Nelda Kelley, grandfather Gerald Covert and Grandmother Millie Covert. He is survived by Ronelda Whitmore, Kevin Conger Sr., Kermit "K.J." and Joan Spurlock and Tammie Bethel. His children Jeff and wife Sarah Conger, Lorilyn and husband Ryan Gagne and daughter Nicole Conger. His grandchildren Morgan Conger, Keaira Bryant, Jade Ferrao, Hunter Bryant, Abby Ferrao, Dustie Michaud, Xelya Flewellen, and Gracie Conger along with a great grandchild, Colton Furbish. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. After the military he drove truck across the country for several years before moving to Maine where he went through the police academy at the age of 50. He started working for Buxton P.D. before moving to York County Sheriff’s Department where he retired from. He was on the board of directors for Caring Unlimited as well; it held a special place in his heart. He loved talking to anyone and everyone, especially other Veterans as he was a proud Vietnam Veteran. He loved riding his Harley with the CVMA MC and the Defenders Law Enforcement MC. He was very committed to his Faith and served on the Church security team. He loved playing golf. He also loved his Dunkin coffees, watching football and baseball. He fully enjoyed what he did and those he met in his days. He made time to show up for everyone that reached out, providing caring, trustworthy, and sound counsel. He simply wanted to brighten lives in his days and that he surely did. Peace and caring premeditated him, and kindness felt like it was his middle name. Everyone that knew him thought of him as a big teddy bear. He loved to joke around with everyone and was a huge flirt with the ladies. He will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved him. Celebration of life will be on May 6, 2023, at Wilson Funeral home 24 Shaker Road Gray, Maine 04039. Visitation hours will be from 10-11 with the service from 11-12. We will follow our father to his final resting place with full military burial at Lower Gloucester Hill Cemetery, Gloucester Hill Road, New Gloucester, Maine. In lieu of flowers you can make a donation to a local Combat Veteran organization or Caring Unlimited.