Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services

500 Harbins Road, Lilburn, GA


Mary D. Beiser

March 10, 1941March 21, 2020

“Murray” was born March 10, 1941 to Robert and Ann Dorough in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. She graduated from Nursing School in Tuscaloosa and went on to practice and teach nursing until she had children of her own. She married the love of her life, Richard, on July 25, 1964, and they were happily married for 55 years. Murray was known for her giving heart and her contributions to every community she lived in. She never met a stranger and was always willing to go the extra mile for anyone. She loved spending time with her family, friends and the church community she grew to love in Buckhead, GA. Always known for her strength, she fought her cancer battle with grace and a selfless spirit that made everyone around her want to be a better person. Her biggest blessings were her husband, daughters, son in laws, and her eleven grandchildren. She is survived by her husband Richard Beiser, brother Joe Dorough (Lois), three daughters Gina Carpenter (Kevin), Jody Latimer (Jason) and Sandy Frierson (Curt), and her eleven grandchildren which were the light of her life: Jordan, Slater, Brayden, Luke, Reese, Dylan, Gavin, Addie, Brooks, Riley and Ellie. In lieu of flowers please support your local Ronald McDonald house as this was something that became very important to her. A celebration of life will be planned and announced in the future.


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Mary D. Beiser

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Michelle Emerson (Drozd)

March 29, 2020

Murray was a second mom to me and my sister all through high school. Their family took us in their home as we were part of their family and we will forever remember her kindness. She was loved by all and will be missed everyday

Melanie Morton/ Dangerfield

March 27, 2020

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Murry was always so sweet to me through all our Brookwood twirling days. I enjoyed her happy uplifting spirit. I am thankful to have had the opportunity to teach her girls baton and be a part of her life during that time. May God comfort you in this time of loss.