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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2014-12-21 23:33 - Laszlo Varga, Cellist for the New York Philharmonic, Is Dead at 89

After escaping a Nazi work camp, Mr. Varga became principal cellist for the New York Philharmonic in 1951 and remained in the post for 11 years. [read more]

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Mr. Scully became the manager of the psychedelic rock band shortly after seeing them perform at an Acid Test in 1965. [read more]

2014-12-19 21:52 - Larry Henley, a Writer of ‘Wind Beneath My Wings,’ Dies at 77

Mr. Henley, a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, was also an activist for the rights of songwriters. [read more]

2014-12-19 18:46 - Mandy Rice-Davies, Figure in Profumo Scandal, Dies at 70

Ms. Rice-Davies achieved notoriety in 1963 in one of Britain’s most spectacular sex scandals, which brought down a government minister. [read more]

2014-12-19 14:28 - Richard C. Hottelet, CBS Newsman and Last of ‘Murrow Boys,’ Dies at 97

Mr. Hottelet, only 26 when he was hired by Edward R. Murrow, covered the invasion of Normandy and the Battle of the Bulge for CBS News. [read more]

2014-12-19 01:55 - Lee W. Wattenberg, Who Saw Cancer Fighters in Foods, Dies at 92

Dr. Wattenberg, a University of Minnesota researcher hailed as the “father of chemoprevention,” found weapons in chemical compounds in broccoli, cabbage, coffee and garlic. [read more]

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