From Maureen S. Bryson: John Alma Hatch (my great-grandfather) was among the colonists in Colonia Juarez during the Mexican Revolution. He was good friends with Bishop Whetten for many years, both during their years in Mexico and afterward where they both resided in Mesa, Arizona. John found out that Bishop Whetten had petitioned the church leaders in Salt Lake for the opportunity to complete the temple ordinance work for Pancho Villa. My great-grandfather asked permission to assist with this work and was granted the privilege of serving as the proxy for the baptism and confirmation. He did this at age 89. (At age 77 he hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and back up to the rim in one day!) He always expressed pleasure in being able to participate in completing the temple work for his one-time foe, Pancho Villa.