Remembering Steve Davis
People gather for the memorial service of former OU quarterback Steve Davis at First Baptist Church in Tulsa March 25, 2013.
Steve Davis and Wes Caves died Sunday, March 17, 2013 when the private plane on which they were flying crashed into a neighborhood near South Bend Regional Airport in Indiana.
TULSA - Friends and loved ones remembered two Oklahomans Monday who were killed in a plane crash more than a week ago.
Separate services took place this afternoon for 60-year-old former University of Oklahoma football star Steve Davis and 58-year-old Tulsa businessman and pilot Wesley Caves.
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The men died March 17 when their plane crashed into a neighborhood in South Bend, Ind.
Tulsans Jim Rodgers and Christopher Evans were injured in the crash. They're still recovering in the hospital.
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The FAA is still investigating the cause of the crash.
Services were at 1 p.m. for both men -- Davis' at First Baptist Church in downtown Tulsa and Caves' at First Baptist Church in Jenks.