2008_10_cemnfrl.jpgYesterday, hundreds gathered at a church in Whitestone, Queens to say good-bye to George Dillman, the 26-year-old Con Ed worker who was killed on the job last week. Dillman had been splicing cables in a manhole in Brooklyn and was trapped when an explosion occurred. Newsday reports that Dillman was "dressed in denim bearing the utility logo" that he "proudly wore." His fiancee (who he planned to marry next year), sisters, and the Hicksville fire chief (Dillman was a volunteer) all gave eulogies in the packed church where he was baptized, had his first communion, and was confirmed. A former teacher said, "He always worked, he always tried."