Former Quarterback Steve Davis Dies in Plane Crash

Steve Davis died in a plane crash on Sunday, his brother Joe Davis confirmed to the Tulsa World on Monday morning. Steve Davis was onboard a Beechcraft Premier I twin-jet that departed Jones Riverside Airport and crashed in a residential area near South Bend (Ind.) Regional Airport.

The plane is registered to 7700 Enterprises of Montana LLC in Helena, Mont. The company does business as DigiCut Systems in Tulsa, which is owned by Tulsan Wes Caves.

“(Davis) told me Friday that he might be flying with Wes,” Barrett said. “When we heard about the plane crash, we were all terrified. I knew Steve had plans to fly and it’s never good news when you have a plane crash.

“He said they were going to Indiana. It was some business work for Wes and they were flying people up and back.” (More at Tulsa World)

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