Charlene Strickland Obituary, Death – Charles and Glenda Mosley welcomed Charlene Carol Strickland into the world on July 4, 1974. The Texas city of Baytown is where she was born. At age 48 in 2022, Charlene passed away. Her demise occurred quietly. She never had any other children, and she raised Carter Strickland with a lot of love and pride. She was a devoted and affectionate mother. Although Charlene now resides in Mont Belvieu, she was raised in Channelview, Texas. Charlene graduated from Channelview High School, where she actively participated in the Channelettes program. She was awarded a degree. Charlene obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Hawaii at Clear Lake before going on to become a teacher and obtain a Secondary Education Certification.
Charlene is a kindergarten teacher. For the past ten years, Charlene has been a teacher. For the Channelview Independent School District, Charlene started her career as a high school science instructor. She spent that time in Houston. The University of Houston awarded her a master’s degree in the school library and information science. She began working as a librarian for the Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District after completing her education. Charlene has been the Pasadena Independent School District’s coordinator of instructional materials since 2012. She has been a long-time volunteer for the Instructional Materials Coordinators Association of Texas (IMCAT), where she currently serves as Treasurer. She loved the chances it gave her to spend time with her family and discover new places and cultures.
Charlene was born without her paternal grandfather Charles Mosley, maternal grandfathers Ernest and Audrey Mosley, or paternal grandparents Billy Mayfield and Ruth Mosley. Charlene’s son Carter Strickland, her mother Glenda Mosley, her sister Regina King and her husband Shannon King, as well as her nephew Chad Goodman, are the only living members of Charlene’s family. Her father died when she was very young. Many people, including her own family and the people she was closest to, will always remember Charlene. Each person’s experience with loss is different.