Saying Goodbye To David Fillers

By WBNG News

January 7, 2012 Updated Jan 7, 2012 at 8:26 PM EDT

Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) As police continue to search for answers in the death of 21 year-old David Fillers, loved ones search for a way to live without the Chenango Valley graduate.

Family and friends felt heavy sadness as they said goodbye to David Fillers.

His funeral was held at St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church.

Through a Facebook page created in memory of Fillers, friends say he was full of life and laughter.

But those days are in the past as they struggle to live without Fillers, and question why he was killed.

22-year-old Alan Outman is facing 2nd degree murder charges in Fillers' death.

Fillers' body was found in Vestal Monday morning in a culvert behind the Quality Inn, after being out with friends on New Year's Eve in Downtown Binghamton, Fillers separated from the group.

Both men were graduates of Chenango Valley High School in 2008.

A WBNG public file shows that Outman applied for at our station not long ago.

Action News obtained this photo from a website listing Outman's work credentials.

Outman lists several pieces of information on his resume, including prior work experience as a Field supervisor at Chenango Ambulance Services and a legal specialist in the U.S. Army.

Outman says he has an associate's degree from Broome Community College in criminal justice.

Outman was also a public safety telecommunicator at the New York State Fire Academy.

The case remains under investigation.

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