Nick Grujic
Nick Grujic

Obituary of Nick Grujic

Obituary follows this special statement:



Due to the sanctions placed upon gatherings under the Covid-19 guidelines, 10 guests maximum are allowed inside of the funeral home at one single time. 

Due to this, we are asking for an RSVP to be provided to pay your respects.

Those wishing to attend a brief visit with Nick and his family MUST respond via this website by using the 'CONDOLENCES’ button below his photo or located within the choice tabs is his website. 

We ask that you state your desire to attend and that provide both your MOBILE PHONE # and EMAIL ADDRESS AS WELL AS # OF GUESTS & ALL NAMES. Zorica, Nick's sister will reach out to you by Monday morning with a time slot for your visiting period. 

Time slots must be respected, without compromise and are not negotiable in terms of timing.

Please do not attend the visiting if you have not been provided a time slot.

In respect and protection for Nick's elderly parents, no guest will be permitted in the venue without a mask or face covering and we ask you to respect social distancing at the venue.


eco care of Innisfil Funeral Home

7910 Yonge St, Innisfil, ON L9S 1L5

Tuesday, May 26, 20 2020


Please do not contact the Innisfil Funeral Home.

A private Funeral Service for Nick will follow. Burial will then follow at St. Paul's Cemetery, Innisfil (privately).

For those unable to attend, we ask you to share memories, photos and stories of Nick's life here on his memorial web page. Visits to the cemetery will be permitted after Tuesday's burial.

A memorial movie of his life will also be made available within the coming days on his website.

Uniqely entrusted to eco Cremation & Burial Services Inc.

Life Celebrations. Done Differently.



Heaven just got a lot louder!! 

If you knew my brother, you know he was larger than life!


My brother lived a different life that wasn't for everyone but it made him happy. 


We didn't always get along or talk for that matter as we were like night and day but when we did it was laughs or headaches (always preaching) and nothing in between. He had a heart of gold and if he was your friend, he was generous, kind, a friend for life and a barrel of laughs. If my brother had something to say, you'd listen and you'd listen for hours if he felt like talking...whether you'd like it or not.


It was not uncommon for him to send me (or anyone) 10 texts in a row about his new idea or a conspiracy theory he wanted to educate you on. He'd call me the next day and say Zok, did you read them? And I'd say NO Nick, I have a job, I'm busy...don't have time to read 10 links. LOL


Despite our broken relationship because he wasn't always the nicest to me, I was always there without a thought to help him when he got himself in hot water. Even as kids, we'd buy bikes with our hard earned paper route money and Nick would crash his bike, his money would be spent and guess who was buying him a new bike.


My brother was very smart and always trying to help everyone. When he lived Wasaga Beach he helped many friends and neighbours with some serious health issues. As of late it was with bitcoin and krypto trading and he made a lot of money and helped his friends do the same. 


Nick could move to the smallest town anywhere and in no time he'd make friends and everyone would know him. 


He loved concerts,  bowling, fishing and animals in general.


His dogs were his kids/life. We've now inherited 3 beautiful Norwegian Elkhounds. One which is a champion show dog.


He lived minimally and made many sacrifices to get to where he wanted to be unfortunately he'll never get to reap those rewards.

He lived off the grid in Spanish where his life ended far too soon. 

He will be missed by all who knew him.


Rest in peace big brother. 

Dec 13,1968 - May 15, 2020