What funeral rituals do Seventh-day Adventists observe?

The Bible does not specify any particular funeral rituals. So SDA practice varies from culture to culture and from family to family. The funeral may be a simple as immediately burying the person. It may be as elaborate as one or more viewings, one or more funeral services (sometimes in multiple cities), a graveside service, and one or more funeral dinners. Some people are cremated, some are embalmed, and others are buried "naturally" witout any preparations to the body. Seventh-day Adventists are sad when a person dies, but because of the hope of the resurrection, they do not sorrow (mourn) the same way as those who have no hope. (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18)