Soman Strasser Funeral Home, Antigo, WI

Soman Strasser Funeral Home

504 Edison St
Antigo, WI 54409
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Phone: (715) 623-5202

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Soman Strasser Funeral Home - Antigo, WI Evelyn Mattes Obituary announcement - Posted by Gary and Sharon Krugel 2014-12-02 15:33:40 Sandy,Lynn,and family,our thoughts and prayers are with you.Evelyn was a wonderful and very talented lady. Now she will share her unlimited talents with all the angels.


Soman Strasser Funeral Home - Antigo, WI Donna Starzinski Obituary announcement - Posted by Marjorie Arrowood 2011-12-06 14:30:53 Please accept my sympathy.


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