Here’s the latest on what we know about the victims of Sunday’s plane crash in South Bend.
A funeral is planned on Monday for former Steve Davis.
He's the former University of Oklahoma quarterback who died.
Services are scheduled to take place in Tulsa followed by a private graveside service.
Davis died in Sunday's plane crash along with 58-year-old Wes Caves of Tulsa.
Services for Caves are still pending.
Two other people were on board the plane.
An official at Memorial Hospital confirmed Wednesday Jim Rodgers was still in serious condition, while Christopher Evans was in fair condition.
Diana McKeown, who was in one of the homes, was also listed as fair.
The two survivors on board the plane work for a company called DigiCut Systems.
They were traveling to South Bend on company business.
Jim Rodgers is a retired Tulsa firefighter, and Roger Sharp worked with him.
“Jim was always one of the kindest guys, always very professional, respectful and always loved by the people who worked for him,” said Sharp. “I know as a supervisor, I knew if Jim was on the scene, I was comfortable with how he would handle things. Just a very, very competent person.”
Sharp said he's sure of this – If his friend was conscious after the crash, he was helping.
Christopher Evans, the other victim on the plane, is the son-in-law of Jim Rodgers.