Downloaded the wiring schematic, narrowed it down to the fact the wire headed out to the headlights was getting power somehow even when the switch was off. All other functions worked but there was one wire that we didn't need.....the optional horn wire, which has power in it constantly so the optional horn could be on demand. We removed the wire from the headlamp switch wiring harness and bam the lights turned off when they were supposed to and everything worked perfect
Somewhere deep in the wiring this optional horn wire was touching the wire that sends power to the headlights. So, it was not the headlight switch nor the switch for the brights and turn signal on the collum.
One last thing, when the headlights were staying on incorrectly, I noticed they were dimmer than the low beams would be. When we tried the low/hi there was a noticeable difference between 3 brightnesses, almost as if there was a very low, low, and hi beam. The very low was the optional horn wire touching the headlight wire, and therefor not giving it enough juice to achieve the low beam.
Having a cold beer now.