Ralph W. Voorhees was a 1948 graduate of Rutgers University, where he was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honorary society. Mr. Voorhees was senior vice president for investments at Paine Weber, served as a member of ASA Holdings Inc.’s Board of Directors, and as chairman of the boards of the United Way of Central New Jersey, Family Counseling Services of Middlesex County, the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and the New Brunswick Cultural Center. At Rutgers, he was chairman of the University Foundation and served on the University Foundation’s Board of Overseers. He was inducted into the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni and received the Presidential Recognition and the Loyal Son of Rutgers Awards. He also served as a member of the Voorhees College Board of Trustees where he received the Keeper of the Flame Award for continuing his family's legacy of supporting the college. Mr. Voorhees lived in Highland Park, NJ where his community activities spanned health, urban renewal and education and currently resides in New Brunswick.