ALFRED, N.Y. (WENY) -- Fallen New York State Trooper Nicholas Clark will be laid to rest at his alma mater Alfred University this weekend.
29-year-old Clark was killed after responding to reports of a suicidal individual on Welch Road in the town of Erwin.
The suspect, Stephen Kiley, was reportedly killed by a gunshot wound.
Clark had been a state trooper since 2015 and had just recently moved to the Bath barracks in 2017.
Both calling hours and the funeral service will take place at Alfred University's James McLane Physical Education Center, located at 99 North Main Street in Alfred.
Calling hours will take place on Saturday, July 7. They are open to the public from 1 - 6 p.m.
The Funeral service will begin on Sunday, July 8 at 11 a.m.
Parking for both the calling hours and the funeral service can be found at Alfred State College, located at 10 Upper College Drive in Alfred.
Attendees will be bused from Alfred State College to Alfred University.