DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - There are still no set funeral arrangements for Jane Wicker and Charlie Schwenker, but as investigators try to get a better idea of what happened at the air show, their legacies are being remembered.
She was a business analyst for the FAA by day, but friend Ed Levine will tell you Jane Wicker's favorite job was wing walking and sharing that passion with others.
"That was one of Jane's favorite things, you know after she's done flying, these kids who were inspired by the show would come up to her and get her autograph and take pictures with her. She really loved that part," said Levine.
Jane had been hanging and standing on airplane wings for 23 years.
She got her start here at the Flying Circus Air Show in her home state of Virginia.
It's also where her pilot, Charlie Schwenker spent a lot of time.
"I would never question flying with either one of them because Jane is a pilot too, not just a wing walker. I would never question flying with either one of them or their skill, they are both fantastic people."
Now those who love them the most are dealing with a great loss.
"She's got two boys, they are going to need all the love and prayers they can get," said Levine.
Neighbors of Charlie say he was a sweet man, who enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren.
"I just can't even imagine. It's just devastating," said Allison Entis, Charlie's neighbor.
Those who do the same dangerous job in the air are also remembering Jane and Charlie
"It's a big blow. It really gets to you, sad tragedy. It's kind of hard to describe really," said Wing Walker Teresa Stokes.
Fellow fliers say while the tragedy hits them hard, they'll continue to take to the skies, just as Charlie and Jane would have liked.
"We all have this love of aviation and you know we will continue to do this and just as an honor to them," said Wing Walker Jana Leigh McWhorter.
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