Tyler Lee Pack LFJH-W1D
If your child is living, only his record will show the dates as it is attached to his church record. Your profile of him is a copy. If child is deceased then the church record needs to be marked deceased to show ordinances for the person.
So I need to find his church records and have someone update them as deceased?
"So I need to find his church records and have someone update them as deceased?"
Sort of. You can ask your ward clerk to do this. Even if your son was not in your ward, if you give your ward clerk his name, birthday, and whatever else he may ask for, your ward clerk can contact the membership department and get this taken care of for you. When his church membership record is marked deceased, this will create a Family Tree record for him based on his membership record. You will then need to merge any current records for him in Family Tree into that membership record derived copy.
Recently I had an uncle pass away whose family has not been active for decades so I was doubtful my ward clerk would be able to do this. So I just sent in a support request with a link to his obituary and FamilySearch support was able to take care of this. This Help Center article posted above does give that as a second open. Your original post may be sufficient of a moderator to send this request to the proper team to take care of this for you.
Your question will be forwarded to a specialty team for review and resolution. You may be contacted by that team if they need to gather more information.
Tyler Lee Pack LFJH-W1D: The temple ordinances now appear correctly in Family Tree.