Alger Conger Civil Air Patrol NHWG Conviction

Lt Col Alger A. Conger, Civil Air Patrol
Lt Col Alger A. Conger, Civil Air Patrol

By AuxBeacon News Staff

On February 12th 2004, Alger Conger of Laconia New Hampshire is convicted of 2 Counts of Felonious Sexual Assault against a victim under 13 years old (Statute: NH RSA 632-A:3, III) and 1 Count of Aggravated Felonious Sexual Assault with a victim under 13 years old (Statute: NH RSA 632-A:2, II).

Alger Conger had served with the New Hampshire Wing Civil Air Patrol through the 1970s and had reached the rank of Lt Col in the program sometime before the 13th of September 1976 when he participated in the Funeral Service for MSgt Willis LaFayette DeLano, Jr of 8 Wilson Road held at the Farrell Funeral Home and followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at St. James Church.

Burial was in the family lot in Calvary Cemetery and the Bearers were Alger Conger, Calvin Stiles, Paul Teague, Herbert F. Gray, and Raymond Mitchell, who are Lt. Col’s in the N.H. Civil Air Patrol.

The providence for this claim is on Page 3 of the Monday, September 13th 1976 issue of The Portsmouth Herald which is now among the AuxBeacon archives.


On the 9th of May 2018, Alger Conger was arrested after Gilford police received a tip that Conger was having contact with children through his involvement of the Missions Committee of the First United Methodist Church in Gilford. The tip came after Conger appeared in a photo last month in The Laconia Daily Sun, posing with a group of young people who were sorting items that the church was preparing to donate.

On the 20th of November 2007, former Civil Air Patrol New Hampshire Wing Lt Col Alger Conger was released from prison after serving 46 months.

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