González Funeral Home and Crematory

3050 N Stemmons Fwy Dallas, TX 75247


  • Rolando De Los Santos

    General Manager

    Rolando oversees a team of caring funeral professionals dedicated to service and integrity. Rolando earned his degree in mortuary science in 1992 and has worked as a funeral director/embalmer in San Antonio, Mesquite and Dallas. He has extensive experience meeting the cultural and religious funeral needs of the Hispanic community.

    Texas born and raised, Rolando lives in Plano with his wife and their 2 children. In his spare time, he enjoys being with his family, cooking and attending rock concerts. He is a lifelong Dallas Cowboys fan.

  • Albert A Gonzalez

    Funeral Director

    Albert grew up working alongside his father and uncle, who together founded González Funeral Home and Crematory in 1977. As a second-generation funeral director, Albert has served the Dallas-Fort Worth community since the 1990s. He is a dedicated professional who guides his clients through the funeral-planning process every step of the way. He is grateful for the opportunity to provide comfort and assistance to people during difficult times. Albert was born and raised in Dallas-Fort Worth. As a member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Dallas Mexican American Historical League, Albert is very involved in the Dallas hispanic community. He is also involved with the Catholic community. Albert's wife works as an elementary school teacher and they have 2 children. In his free time Albert loves sports, especially football. He also loves coaching his son's basketball team.

  • Douglas D. Love

    Funeral Director

    Douglas Love realized his lifelong passion for teaching when he became an elementary school teacher and administrator upon graduating from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1989. After 28 years, he desired a change and retired from education to pursue a funeral service career in which he could help others in a different capacity. Douglas then earned an associate degree in funeral service from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service and became a licensed funeral director. He understands the importance of his role in working with families during a difficult time and hopes to provide compassionate, caring guidance along the way.