The Hasler's have spent nearly 20 years in Peru - a career in the mining industry as well as missionary service, and they know all the ins and outs and how to get things done here. Their primary job is records preservation, and they spend many hours most days photographing vital records from the Cusco archives, for preservation. He also serves as the Counselor in the Mission Presidency, and is a great help to Presidente Harbertson.
The Rhoades are the multipurpose missionaries, doing everything from autosufficiencia (self-help and employment), to English lessons, to missionary training, Perpetual Education Fund, and assisting in school enrollment, job training, and after-mission transition to missionaries.
The Sandbergs have served faithfully in Abancay for their entire term, Elder Sandberg was a Branch President there, having just been released in time to train a new President. They served a prior mission in Guatemala in rather basic circumstances, and just love the modern, up-to-date conveniences of Peru.
We admire and love them all for their examples and service.