Justin Smellie Obituary, Death – On March 14, 2023, Justin E. Grankewicz, a resident of Wareham who had reached the age of 32 at the time of his passing, went away. He was 32 years old. His mother, Cheryl Grankewicz, welcomed her son, Justin Grankewicz, into the world on January 3, 1991. Even though he was brought up in Marshfield, he managed to pack his childhood with a lot of excitement and adventure because he actively sought it out wherever he could find it.
When Justin was younger, he possessed a lot of athletic talent and he established a lot of records. His favorite sports included skateboarding, baseball, football, wrestling, soccer, hackie sacking, and street hockey. Other sports he enjoyed playing include hackie sacking and street hockey. The passion he had for athletics was something that he never lost, and he was a devoted fan of both the New England Patriots and the UCLA Bruins.
It was during his transition from middle school to high school that he realized acting and humor were two of his most significant hobbies. He took great pleasure in seeing the smiles on the faces of others and laughing at the antics of others. Because of this fascination, he eventually embarked on a path that would see him working in the arts for the remainder of his life. When he was a senior in high school, he became well-known for the hilarious skits that he did at the MHS “Before the Bells” event. These skits were done in front of the whole student body. He was known as the class clown, and he played that role energetically in everything that he did.