ALFRED, N.Y. — The calling hours and funeral service for New York State Police Trooper Nicholas Clark will take place this weekend at Alfred University.
Clark, 29, was killed in the line of duty Monday when he responded to a suicidal barricaded man at a home on 10041 Welch Road in the town of Erwin. The suspected shooter, Steven M. Kiley, 43, was later found dead in the home from a gunshot wound.
Clark was a lifelong resident of Steuben County and lived in Troupsburg. The funeral will be held at Alfred University, where he attended school and played football as an All-American linebacker. In 2015 after completing police training, Clark was originally assigned to Troop C in Ithaca and Troop E in Auburn before his current assignment in Bath.
Calling hours are scheduled for 1 to 6 p.m. Saturday at the McLane Physical Education Center at Alfred University, 99 N. Main St., Alfred.
The funeral service will take place at 11 a.m. Sunday at the same location.
Note that parking for the calling hours and the funeral is in a different location. Parking will be available at Alfred State College, 10 Upper College Drive, Alfred. Attendees will be bused from Alfred State College to Alfred University.