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González Funeral Home and Crematory


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Since 1977, people in the Dallas area have trusted González Funeral Home and Crematory to care for their loved ones and their memories. As a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of obituary, funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers, we promise excellence, compassion and honesty in a difficult time.





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Dallas funeral home with a heart

Service room at Gonzalez Funeral Home and CrematoryOur experienced and dedicated team, led by the son and nephew of our founders, Albert J. González and Frank González, can guide you in determining what kind of funeral service is appropriate for you or your loved one. Whether it's a traditional funeral rooted in religious rites with a service in our on-site chapel, a direct cremation or a modern Celebration of Life®, we are committed to arranging the most befitting service. At González Funeral Home and Crematory, we always strive to remember a life in a meaningful way.

Hispanic funerals and personalized service

Chapel at Gonzalez Funeral Home and CrematoryThoroughly focused on you, we respond to what each individual needs and wants. Our team has extensive experience meeting the cultural and religious funeral needs of the Hispanic community.

As committed to our community as they are to us, González Funeral Home and Crematory is a member and supporter of the Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Dallas Mexican American Historical League, National Latino Law Enforcement Organization and Catholic Diocese of Dallas.

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Exterior at Gonzalez Funeral Home and CrematoryWhen Alberto and Paula Molina González decided to move from Laredo to Dallas in 1946, little did they know that their strong work ethic, family values and goals were laying the foundation for their family's future. Alberto Sr. had only a 6th grade education, yet he possessed a tremendous entrepreneurial spirit that his sons would inherit.

In time, Alberto became a great insurance salesman and then a highly successful independent real estate investor. This success informed his goals for his children: a better education, a better life and, most importantly, a dream that his sons would also become independent businessmen.

A father's dream come true

Alberto and Paula's children, Albert Jr. and Frank, both obtained the 1st González family goal: an excellent education in the Dallas parochial school system. Albert then graduated from the Dallas Institute of Mortuary Science while Frank graduated from Southern Methodist University.

With strong educational backgrounds and solid Dallas roots, the González sons, with their father's advice, direction and motivation, entered the funeral business in 1977, when they opened González Funeral Home and Crematory. Alberto Sr. believed that the Hispanic community in Dallas was not getting the quality service and care that it deserved. He envisioned a market that was about to explode in size and soon become truly Hispanic.

Specializing in serving the Hispanic community

Reception room at Gonzalez Funeral Home and CrematoryThe González brothers recognized the unique cultural, economic and religious needs of the Hispanic community, and they expanded the size and services of their business to meet those needs. The strong family ties of their González upbringing became the springboard for providing honest, quality service.

Before Alberto Sr. died in April 2004, his proudest moment was seeing his grandchildren continue the family legacy alongside their fathers. His values of hard work, humility and dedication were instilled in his family and will continue for generations.

González Funeral Home and Crematory is a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of obituary, funeral, burial, cremation and cemetery service providers. Our team will always offer quality, compassionate care and service you can trust.


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