There will be a public viewing for Bill Stewart, the former West Virginia University football coach who died Monday at the age of 59.
Visitation is Thursday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Morgantown Event Center at Waterfront Place in Morgantown.
The funeral is scheduled for Friday at 10 a.m. Only family, close friends, coaches and former players can attend the private mass, which will be at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church in Morgantown.
The funeral procession will begin at 2 p.m. Friday at the church and end in Stewart's hometown of New Martinsville, where there will be an honorary salute to the longtime coach at Magnolia High School's football field at 4 p.m.
Burial will follow at North View Cemetery in New Martinsville, a small town located about 70 miles west of Morgantown.
Stewart collapsed Monday while playing golf at Stonewall Jackson Resort with former WVU Athletic Director Ed Pastilong. Stewart was participating in a charity event with the West Virginia Hospitality and Tourism Association.
He was transported to Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital in Weston, where he was pronounced dead after suffering a massive heart attack.
The school confirmed Stewart's death Monday at 3:18 p.m.
Stewart posted three consecutive nine-win seasons as the Mountaineers' head coach from 2008 to 2010. He also led WVU to a 48-28 victory over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl when he was the interim coach, a win that propelled him into the role of succeeding Rich Rodriguez.
Stewart resigned amid controversy last June, which allowed coach-in-waiting Dana Holgorsen to take over the football program.
Stewart also spent three seasons as head coach at VMI, and was an assistant at Salem, North Carolina (twice), Marshall, William & Mary, Navy, Arizona State and Air Force before landing a job on Don Nehlen's final staff at West Virginia in 2000.
Stewart worked under Rodriguez for seven additional seasons before being elevated to head coach following the Fiesta Bowl.Stewart, who would have turned 60 on June 6, leaves behind a wife, Karen, and son, Blaine.