As many as 8,000 people are expected to attend a public viewing this weekend for Bill Cook. Cook who died Friday following a long battle with cardiovascular disease will lie in repose Saturday at the Cook global headquarters in Bloomington. The rotunda will be open to the public, friends, family, and employees. Ropes will be set up so people can file past and pay their respects. Cook’s body will lie in repose from 10 until 6. A company spokesperson says there are tentative plans to have a reception following the viewing in the atrium area of the Cook headquarters.