BROOKLYN NYWith the sound of bagpipes playing Amazing Grace and several thousand firefighters standing at attention in front of St Ephrems Church in Bay Ridge the casket of fallen FDNY firefighter Joseph Graffagnino of Ladder Company 5 was taken off a fire truck and carried into the church for a memorial service.Graffagnino who was an eight year veteran of FDNY was killed in the line of duty on Saturday August 18 at a seven alarm fire at the Deutsche Bank building on Liberty Street along with 53-year-old firefighter Robert Beddia of Engine Company 24.Governor Eliot Spitzer and Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined firefighters most in their dress blues with white hats and gloves at the service inside the brick church. The skirl of bagpipes accompanied the arriving casket before giving way to the tolling of a lone bell as the thick crowd stood silently. Joey always wanted a brother said Mrs. Graffagnino. Who would have thought that 20 years down the road he would have thousands Graffagnino and Beddia became trapped on one of the burning floors dying of cardiac arrest after inhaling the thick smoke that floated above lower Manhattan. The firefighting effort was crippled when a failed standpipe system sent thousands of gallons of water into the building basement rather than the fire hoses. Graffagnino and Beddia worked out of a Greenwich Village firehouse that lost 11 members in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and both survived the brutal day that claimed the lives of 343 firefighters. Graffagnino leaves behind a wife and two small children.