Charlotte Boss Biela

July 9, 1961July 29, 2020

Charlotte Boss Biela passed away on July 29th, 2020 after a two and a half year battle with cancer. She fought till the end and went peacefully surrounded by her family.

Charlotte was born July 9th, 1961 to Charles and Elizabeth Boss in Miami Beach, Florida. She was a wife, mother, grandmother, and a longtime educator in the Marion County Public School system. Her favorite pastimes included camping, kayaking, cooking, and traveling with her family. Upon her cancer diagnosis, she marked off multiple items on her bucket list, including a trip to the Canadian Rocky Mountains and Hawaii.

She is preceded in death by her parents.

She is survived by her husband, Allan Biela, her daughters, Jennifer Johnson and husband, Justin, Taylor Biela, and Elizabeth Biela. Also surviving are three granddaughters, Addison, Avery, and Amelia Johnson. She is also survived by her brother, William (Bill) Boss and his wife, Traci, of Royal Palm Beach, Florida, and nieces Kailey O’Connor, and Connor Boss."


  • Graveside Service

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020


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Debbie Palazzo

August 4, 2020

Charlotte, you will always be in my heart. Rest in peace my friend💜

Marie Blackman

August 3, 2020

Charlotte shared her love and laughter so freely with others. She made time to be a friend. She had an amazing capacity for listening and compassion. Her smile and friendship brought light to struggling people. Mainly through her smile. Thank you Charlotte for your example of a great woman truly inspired. And most of all she was genuine in her efforts. She found beauty in the here and now and so loved her family. My life was enriched in knowing her always.

Wendy Benjamin

August 1, 2020

I was Blessed and privileged to have known Charlotte for 5 yrs. Her love for her family and friends was immeasurable. Charlotte 's zest for life was endless. Her smile ,and love and laughter always lit up the room. She was an Angel on earth,and now an Angel in God's loving arms. I will miss Charlotte, and always carry her in my heart. She brought out the best in me, and endless others. My love and prayers go out to her loving family. I will always be so blessed to call Charlotte my loving friend. FLY WITH THE ANGELS CHARLOTTE, until we meet again. I love you DEARLY. Wendy B.

Patty Miklosh (Hasseltine)

August 1, 2020

I grew up with Charlotte in Rolling Oakes for years. Lived next store then acrossed the street. So sad to see this. May she rest peacefully. My Sincerest Condolences to the Family. God Bless

Lorraine Fuller

August 1, 2020

Charlotte was our Principal at Wyomina Park. She was an amazing leader who loved the children, teachers and staff at "The Park." Charlotte radiated JOY on our campus and encouraged everyone to be the very best Warrior they could be. Heaven has gained an angel.

Carole Bell

August 1, 2020

I have found memories of Charlotte when she worked at Oakcrest Elememtary. I fell in love with her sweet spirit, her commitment, professionalism, and caring nature.

Vera Chisholm Shaheed

August 1, 2020

Mrs. Beila's kindness, gentleness, and thoughtfulness was contagious. I will always remember our special talks, and text messages of encouragement during my breast cancer journey. She loved her Ocala Springs Elementary Family too, especially
4th. Grade. Her memory will live forever. She will truly be missed. Charolette went into the outstretched arms of Jesus. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Take your rest dear friend.

Laurie Rangel

July 31, 2020

I worked with Charlotte when she was at Anthony. She was always so kind and caring and had a true love for educating and helping others. My prayers go out to her family 🙏💗

Jennifer Jones

July 31, 2020

Charlotte it was truly an honor to work with you from the time I was at Oakcrest. You will truly be missed you have made your mark as an educator and as a leader. Godspeed

Veronica (Lenon)-Arnold

July 31, 2020

Mrs. Biela,

You were a genuinely sweet and kind person. When you were the A.P. at AYE you spread so much love and worked VERY hard not knowing you were sick. Thank you GOD for bringing Mrs. Biela into a chapter in my life. She taught me so many things. Mrs. Biela thank you for all the letters you sent me in the mail. I kept them and I’m glad I did. I have a piece of you with me. ❤️ Love you now and forever... VERONICA


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