In Celebration of

Nikola Oremus

December 5, 1937 -  November 14, 2020

Passed away peacefully in his 83rd year at the Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence, in Kirkland, Québec, his home town for decades.

He was the Beloved and Dedicated Husband to Gabriela; an Amazing Father to Mark and Karen; a loving Grandfather/ Deda to Gabriella and Lukas; playful pet Deda to Paws and Mitza; and loving Father-in-Law to Bradley and Carolina.

He will be laid to rest with his wife in his native Croatia. His children, their spouses, and grandchildren will miss him greatly, and will celebrate his life through incredibly fond memories.

Visitation will take place on Wed. Nov. 18 between 5-7 pm, at

Mount Royal Funeral Complex,
1297 Chemin de la Foret,
Outremont, Quebec

followed by a funeral service at Sv. Nikola Tavelić Church, 4990 Place de la Savane, Montréal, Quebec from 8-9 pm.

Donations in his memory may be made to the Teresa Dellar Palliative Care Residence in Kirkland, as we are grateful for the compassionate care they provided to our beloved father.


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Tim Mataja (Nephew)

Entered November 16, 2020 from Montreal QC Canada

You will be sadly missed Uncle Nic!

Mark Oremus (Son)

Entered November 16, 2020 from Kitchener, ON

I will always love you, remember you, and thank you for the opportunities you gave me.

Denise Martineau (Friend)

Entered November 16, 2020 from Pierrefonds, Quebec

To Karen, Mark and family. Your Dad will always be remembered in my heart. He never took life for granted and made the most of it. I will never forget joining you and your Dad for the amazing trip to Croatia, memories I will always cherish. With much love and sadness. Denise

Nancy Stephen (Friend)

Entered November 16, 2020 from Montreal

Mr. Oremus, was a wonderful man who taught me so much and I was so blessed to have known him and grow up with him. His positive attitude and fun loving spirit will never be forgotten. Oh, and let’s not forget your amazing coleslaw and your fun parties that always brought a smile to everyone’s face! He will be greatly missed but never be forgotten .

Lyliane Johnstone (Friend)

Entered November 16, 2020 from Montreal

Dear Karen and family
Thinking of you and wishing you peace and comfort as you remember your very dear father
I will never forget, how much he cared for Jenny
My deepest condolences
With love


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