When the English-speaking field got started in Germany in the late 60ties one of our first traveling servant was Ramon Templeton, he was both CO and DO. Before this time he was the Branch coordinator and continued in this function after his traveling work.
The story was -told by a Bethelite elder- Templeton did not get on well with President Knorr. At a visit of Knorr to the German branch when conducting the morning worship, the president called on Templeton’s wife to comment, which she refused to do in front of the assembled Bethel Family. So the president then turned to her husband for a comment to which Templeton replied something like "I will support my wife!" and refused to comment as well. This resulted in the punishment of demoting Templeton to the district work. The elder said, "He was sent back to the field"! (Reminds me of downsizing)
I think it is ok to mention his name since it appeared in every Germany printed WT as ‘responsible editor’. My later encounters with him were positive, I don’t know what it was like to work with him.