A Death Has Occured
All Texas Cremation

About Us

It should be a time of remembrance, grieving, and celebration of life. But for many folks seeking cremation in Dallas-Ft. Worth, the preparation for a loved one’s death is filled with stress, hidden costs, and undue pressure from funeral homes and crematoriums.

Our Story

All Texas Cremation was founded by a broad coalition of cremation professionals who grew tired of witnessing these frustrations over and over again. Banding together to pioneer a better model for cremations in Dallas-Ft. Worth, the new idea was simple:

  • Assist families with cremation or funeral plans in a pressure-free environment.
  • Inform and simplify, instead of adding to the confusion.
  • Advocate for the needs of the customers, instead of adding to their burdens.

By diligently reviewing funeral homes and surveying industry-wide rates, the new approach could lower costs for consumers and reward trusted providers for top-notch service. Soon thereafter, All Texas Cremation was born.

Proven Providers

We are Dallas-Ft. Worth cremation providers that meet rigorous standards of excellence, including compassionate service and fair, straightforward pricing. This allows us to offer families options with a comprehensive array of available services.

Peace of Mind

Pre-planning cremation and funeral services makes it possible to lock in current low rates against future cost increases, ensure that final wishes will be carried out, and make informed decisions long before the traumatic time comes. For those with an immediate need, using All Texas Cremation still cuts through the chaos of a normally complicated process, and matches you with an affordable, trustworthy providers.

Our approach reaps benefits like:

  • Simplicity: We’ll walk you through the difficult decisions, making it easy to focus instead on family and loved ones.
  • Control: Instead of leaving them up to others, you can solidify your end-of-life plans now.
  • Affordability: Costs rise year after year. Not only can we find you the lowest rate available today from a trusted provider, but you can lock in that rate and prevent unexpected future costs.
  • Dignity: Our Dallas cremation provider ensures you professionalism, excellent service, and a dignified experience.

All Texas Cremation was founded to enforce these values. Learn more about our simple step-by-step process here, and face the future with confidence.


Richard Greene


Richard Greene Richard Greene has been with All Texas Cremation for 20 years, where he now serves as Director. At a young age, Richard felt a calling to help people in their time of need and was first introduced to the industry in the small west Texas town of Kermit. He attanded Angelo State University and then Dallas Institute of Funeral Service. Richard is also a licensed pre-need sales agent with National Guardian Life Insurance Company.

Richard's colleagues describe him as compassionate, reliable, knowledgeable and a great listener. When asked what sets All Texas Cremation apart from others in the industry, he replied, "All Texas Cremation is privately owned and operated, which not only allows a more personalized service but also gives peace-of-mind to families knowing that their loved ones never leave our care." Richard belongs to Cremation Association of North America (CANA) and North Texas Funeral Directors Association (TFDA).

Richard attends Connection Point Church with his wife, Kristen, a NICU nurse, and his two daughters Kaylee and Morgan. Richard loves spending time with his family, traveling, and is also the Steelers and Rangers biggest fan.





Stephanie Masullo


Stephanie Masullo Stephanie Masullo is the newest member of our team and has been with All Texas Cremation for one year. She describes her position as her "dream job" as she has always felt her calling was to help families during one of the hardest times of their lives. Stephanie’s exceptional organizational skills are extremely important in an industry where mistakes cannot happen.

She describes All Texas Cremation as a professional, empathetic, affordable and caring organization that can work with those with immediate needs as well as those who wish to pre-plan. Stephanie attended the University of North Texas with a BA in Advertising and previously worked with the auto and restaurant industries as well as Texas Instruments.

Stephanie and her husband, Matt, live in Wylie with their daughters, Mallory and Maggie, and 2 very spoiled pugs named Roxanna and Frosty. She and her family attend Connection Point Church and she enjoys spending time with family, reading and boating. Her volunteer time is shared between In-sync Exotic Wildlife Rescue, the PTA, and the DFW Pug Rescue.





Cindy Foster


Cindy Foster Cindy Foster has been in the cremation/funeral industry for 32 years, the last four with All Texas Cremation. Cindy first became interested in the industry at 17 years of age, after attending a career day at her high school. She attended New Mexico Junior College followed by mortuary school, where she completed her education and became a funeral director.

Cindy loves her job and hopes that all families they serve, “feel at ease” and that the entire process was as simple as possible. She feels All Texas Cremation sets itself apart with a truly caring staff, who are empathetic and compassionate and can go that extra mile, which can not always be achieved with larger, corporate-owned organizations.

Her daughter, Cierra, is the love of her life and Cindy enjoys spending time with her watching movies, attending concerts, cooking, and binge watching Netflix. They share their home with two Doodles, Ginger and Eevee, and Cindy likes to volunteer with special needs kids.





Scott Smith


Scott Scott Smith is a native Texan and is married to his wife Jennifer and they have four children that keep them busy. He comes from a long line of funeral professionals. He is a 3 rd generation funeral director/embalmer and has been licensed in the state of Texas since 1993. He is very passionate about the death care profession and is proud to offer a non-traditional, affordable alternative for family.

Scott is very involved in every aspect of the funeral industry. He was appointed by Governor Perry in 2014 and continues to serve as commissioner for the Texas Funeral Service commission representing the industry.

Scott is past president of the Texas Funeral Director Association and is also a past president of the Dallas County Funeral Director Association and the North Texas Funeral Director Association. He currently serves as vice chair of the Texas Disaster Response Team and has been involved and immediately responded to the needs after the West, TX plant explosion as well as the Oklahoma City, OK bombing.

Scott had the distinct honor to be chosen by the state of Texas to handle the cremation of the first Ebola death in the United States that occurred in North Texas. He has spoken throughout Texas and worldwide to help better plan for the unknown.

Scott is CEO/President of All Texas Cremation/Heritage Crematory. He is very involved in the evolving and changing environment of our business and has serves on the Board of Directors for CANA (Cremation Association of North America).

Scott is very active in the community and is strong in his faith. He is a member of the Masonic Lodge, past president of the Garland Rotary and an active member of Woodcreek Church.