It was awesome to read about how these three (President Packer, Sister Packer, and Elder Packer) have contributed and continue to contribute to furthering Family History in the Church. If the article is any indication, Sister Packer, who will be 90 in October, has no intention of slowing down. She will continue to carry on the work of Family History her husband had such an enthusiasm for for as long as she lives. And I'm sure that Elder Packer will continue to bless the people of the South America South Area with his testimony of the importance of family history work. If he does, you can be sure that many new temples will be announced for the South America South Area in the not-too-distant future. With the estimate for the completion of the Concepcion Chile Temple having recently been moved up, it would not surprise me at all if more temples were announced in that region within the next couple of years. I have two possibilities for that region on my own radar for the next General Conference. How likely they might be remains to be seen.
For now, I wanted to post that update. Thanks for the privilege of your time. Comments are always welcome and appreciated. More information will come as I receive it. Thanks again. I wish you all the best until my next post.