Mr. & Mrs. <lastname>
Even though the congressman is retired he should still be addressed as such. The envelope should be addressed; Congressman, then his first name, wife's first name, and then their last name.
Correct address on envelope for a preacher and his wife is: Pastor and Mrs. John Doe.
See cantor and wife
The proper form of address is: Congressman & Mrs. William Smith
You address it Mrs and Mr
"The Rev. and Mrs. (his first and last name)" would be the correct way to address an envelope to a pastor and his wife.
* Proper address for a General and his wife: General & Mrs. John Smith.
Rev. and Mrs.
As Senator , Representative , or Congressman or Congresswoman . You did not say State or Federal , or which house .
The formal way to address and envelope to a couple where the wife is a doctor is: Mr. John Doe & Dr. Jane Doe.
When addressing an envelope to the wife of a doctor who is not a doctor herself then and he is Dr. John Doe, then address the envelope to her as Mrs. John Doe or Ms. (Mrs.) Jane Doe.
You would address the envelope: (if he is called a Deacon) Deacon & Mrs. John Doe.
* Dr. & Mrs. John Doe
Dr. & Mrs. John Smith
Mr and Dr. Smith
You address a Congressman as: Congressman Doe. Always use the last name of the Congressman.
* The correct way to address an envelope to a doctor an and his wife is: Dr. & Mrs. John Doe
Dr. Mary Smith and Mr. James Doe
if addressing an envelope it would be to the Reverend Canon or just Canon. His wife would be Mrs... The oral address would be Canon, and his wife Mrs.....
Rabbi (full name) and Mrs.(.........) Address City, State, Zip
Which country are you in and what type of judge is he?
How about Mr. and Mrs.
Rabbi and Mrs. Harold Happy street address city, st zip
You may address this person as Mr. , Prof. , or , if he has his Doctoral degree in his subject, Dr.
In an envelope address it is Reverend Mr. and Mrs. (Deacon Name). If addressing in person it is "Deacon (name)" for deacon and Mrs. (wife last name ) for wife