After almost 98-years on this earth, Ralph Woodhead has now joined his friend and wife of 65-years, Lois, in Heaven. A graduate of Ann Arbor High School and the University of Michigan, Ralph concluded 38-years as a Senior Mechanical Design Engineer at Consumers Energy in downtown Jackson. During WW2 Ralph served in the Army. His final deployment was at the (bombed out) city hall building in Manila, Philippines. In that capacity he worked under General MacArthur in Army Intelligence. They were making maps for the originally expected US invasion of Japan. For many years Ralph was involved in the Jackson Exchange Club, serving as president for several terms. Additionally, he was scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troup 427 (meeting at Cascades Elementary) and led a 1970 expedition to the 140,000-acre Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico at age 50. Ralph and Lois moved from Jackson to Kalamazoo in 1990 and later to Colorado in 2009. They are survived by a daughter, Laura Trombley (Glen) of Vicksburg, MI and a son, Richard (Lorelei) of Franktown, CO. They had six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. A combined memorial service for Ralph and Lois may be planned at a later date.