Donald Leaser Jun 8, 2020 Jun 8, 2020 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save Donald Arthur Leaser, age 86, of Antigo died Thursday, June 4, 2020 at Wisconsin Veteran's Home in King. Donald was born on August 8, 1933 in Decatur Ill., a son of Arthur Leonard and Ruth Arline (Cox) Leaser.On June 15, 1955 he was united in marriage to Sally Ellen Carter at First Baptist Church in Antigo. She preceded him in death on April 6, 2014. Donald graduated from Antigo High School in 1951. He served in the US Navy from 1951 until 1954 and served in Korea. He was a lifetime member of the VFW. Donald was employed with Tradewell Construction, Dunrite Exteriors, Master Gas, managed Erickson Gas Station, and Cutlass Motor Lodge until the time of retirement at age 71. Donald had many hobbies including softball, horseshoes, wood carving, working in his rock garden, watching the Green Bay Packers and Milwaukee Brewers, camping, feeding the birds and a cold beer on his deck. Survivors include two daughters; Dawn Moller, Dorene Pomasl, two sons, Don C Leaser and David Leaser, grandchildren; Joel Walters, Brandon Hamilton, Donovan Leaser, Brittani Hamilton, Jenna Miller, DJ Leaser, Arin Mattmiller, Amy Lanphier, Mandy Krueger, his great grandchildren; Jonathan, Justin, Ava, Amara, Kinsley, Vinny, Nash, a half-sister; Valerie Brown, sisters-in-law; Beverly Fisher and Olive Carter and brother-in-law; Dennis Carter.In addition to his wife and parents, Donald was preceded in death by his stepfather Jess Fischer, stepbrother James Fisher, stepsister Marsha Brecklin and grandmother Essie Cox. A walk through visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 10 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Strasser-Roller Funeral Home. A private family service will be on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. and will be live on youtube.com Strasser-Roller Funeral Home channel. Reverend Marvin Kindle will officiate. Military honors will follow the service at the funeral home. Guests are asked to follow social distancing practices. Friends may visit online at strasserrollerfuneralhome.com.Paid Obituary Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Save Trending Now First COVID-19 related death here Gerald Bohringer First time was great, city will host another drive-up show Amy Holz 10 cases here: Stay home, officials urge Latest e-Edition E-Newsletter To view our latest e-Edition click the image on the left.