Expiration date changes for reserved ordinances; and Shared with temple ordinances being undone
I am a sealer in the Provo City Center Temple. About five years ago I began keeping a spreadsheet for ordinances I've shared with the temple for relatives. This spreadsheet contains the name, PID, and ordinances to be shared with the temple. I have two concerns:
1). Several months ago this year I wrote down the ordinances expiration date for relatives I had previously shared with the temple, but for whom someone else subsequently reserved. For example: I shared the temple ordinances with the temple for Chester Arthur Hoefer LB61-H6N on 16 March 2020. On 22 March 2020 his baptism and confirmation was reserved by another person. A few months ago, this other person's reservation was set to expire June 24, 2022. When I look at Chester Arthur Hoefer's ordinances today (2 days after the expiration date of June 24), his baptism and confirmation expiration date has been advanced to September 24, 2022! Why is that? I have noticed this continual advancing of expiration dates on dozens of the relatives I have previously shared with the Temple going back to 2017. Can this advancing of the expiration date be stopped so that I can perform the ordinances?
2). Also, as a side note on this issue, I have well over 100 relatives for whose ordinances I shared with the temple from 2017-2019, and even into 2020 that are being left undone. It appears to me that these people's submissions are no longer included in the shared names that are being printed out by the temple for proxy work. What I am seeing on the printed shared temple names sheets and in my own records are names that have been submitted more recently, say 2020-2022. For the names which I shared with the temple going back to 2017, is there a way in which I could have those names with their PIDs brought forward so that their work can be done?
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