ID=2925351We're learning more about the group of Front Street Baptist Church seniors killed on I-40 Wednesday.

They called themselves "Young at Heart" and it seems they lived up to their name. They traveled, ministered to their North Carolina community, and sang together at nursing homes.

10News found a YouTube video of the oldest member, Cloyce Matheny, 95. In the video, he skydives to celebrate his 93rd birthday. He also said he jumped on his 90th birthday. His church says Matheny was a retired aeronautical engineer for Boeing, an Eagle Scout, and his best advice was "Don't stop living until you die."

"Best in the world," Kay Clapps told our sister station in Charlotte, about her neighbors Marsha and Ed McLelland.

Clapps said Marsha was a retired nurse who was quick to offer a hand anyone who needed it. Their church says Marsha loved to work in her dahlia garden and sing in the choir.

"She would always help you. If I had a medical problem I went to her first because she was an R.N.," Clapps said.

Clapps said Marsha's husband, 64-year-old Ed, is a retired school teacher. He is in stable condition at UT Medical Center.

Both the bus driver and his wife died in the crash. Randy Morrison and his wife Barbara, both 66, drove buses all their lives.

"My momma drove a school bus for the county schools for 30 plus years. She retired from the school system and so there's a lot of kids she picked up every morning and who got this news this {Thursday} morning. They may not know it's her yet, but they will. So there's a lot of people who will find out and it will be devastating to that community," said the Morrison's daughter, Rebecca.

The Morrisons leave behind five children and five grandchildren.

The group also lost John Wright, 73. The church says John was an Army veteran who taught Sunday school and sang in the choir. His wife, Beverly, is in serious condition at UT Medical Center.

Brenda Smith, 69, also died in the crash. Front Street says Smith had two daughters and four grandchildren. They say she was outgoing and caring, sang in the choir, and looked forward to the Gatlinburg trip as a highlight of her year.

For an update on the injured's conditions, visit the Front Street Baptist Church's website.