Whats the proper salutation for Mr and Mr?
Dear Sirs or Sirs "Mr. and Mr." appear to be plural. In that case the term is "Messrs." Otherwise you can say "Mr. X and Mr. Y."
The Honorable Judge Smith and Mr. Smith for the envelope and Judge Smith and Mr Smith for the letter.
What is the proper salutations for Dr. & Dr. Odie McKeaigg? If you are in Oklahoma, the proper way to address them is: "Hey punk (Odie) and Doctor Mckeaigg, How are you?"
Dr. and Mr. Smith
A proper salutation for greeting the president of a business is "Dear Mr. President". To conclude a letter, the proper word is "Sincerely" and a the name of the writer.
Dr. and Mr. Smith.
Dear Mr. President ...........
Dr. and Mr. Smith.
"Your Honor" or "Mr. (Mrs.) Mayor"
Dear Judge Smith and Mr. Smith.
Dear Mr./Dear Ms. followed by their surname.
Mr and Mrs would be proper. Attorneys are typical written to as Mister.
Dr. Smith and Mr. Smith separately..
Mr. Rick Miles and Mr. Denny Neessen
Mr Vice President
Dr. and Mr. Smith
Mr for males and Miss, Ms or Mrs for a female.
Salutations are gestures or greetings that are meant as an acknowledgment. The proper salutation for a current mayor is Mr. Mayor or Madam Mayor.
is is correct to use Dr. Mrs. for a female doctor?
Dr. and Mrs. or Dr. and Mr.
Mr. (name) and (Ms., Miss, or Mrs.) Name
The Honorable and Mrs. (first name with middle initial, if any) Smith
The proper salutation for a man who is a doctor is Dr. David Jones or you can say Mr. David Jones, M.D. either way is ok. If the Doctor is married: Dr. David Jones & Mrs. Jones.
You can greet a judge by calling him or her a judge. You can also call them Mr. or Mrs.
Dear Mr. Guy and Dr. Girl
Dear Mr. John and Rev. Sally Smith,
The correct salutation for man and wife that are doctors is: Dr. Henry & Dr. Judith Smith or, Doctors Henry & Judith Smith. Both are acceptable. The proper salutation for married doctors would be 'doctor'. However, you also can refer to a married doctor as Mrs. and/or Mr.
Dear Mr. Mayor or sometimes, such as New York, Your Honor.
I believe in a report you should say for an example the president Mr. Barack Obama.
The proper greeting for a City Council President is President, or sir. If the name is not used, then Mr. President is an acceptable form of greeting.
Yes, it's proper to use an ampersand in a salutation and it's been high etiquette for centuries. So, it should be: Mr. & Mrs. Smith. There are many styles of ampersands and Caligraphers often create the more unusual ones, but the above is the most common and just as acceptable.
A letter would be addressed to Mr. and Doctor. If they are both Doctors it would be Doctor and Doctor.
There is no formal salutation for a PA or physician assistant. When you first meet them, they will usually introduce themselves by their own name. You can call them by their first name or use Mr. or Mrs. with their last name.
The proper way to address a letter and envelope for a husband that is a Junior is: Mr. & Mrs. John Doe, Jr.
What kind of couple? Unmarried? Their names, So and so, and so and so. Married, Mr. & Mrs., any way you want to write it. Or, Mr. and Ms.
On the Envelope His/Her Excellency Mr./Ms./Dr./Rev. [name] Ambassador (or High Commissioner) of [country in full] In letter Dear Mr/Mrs Ambassador
What is the proper salutation for a register of wills, e.g. Honorable John White?
Except in an academic setting, lawyers are usually addressed as Mr., Mrs., Miss, or Ms. rather than as Dr.
Mr. John Doe and Ms. Mary Smith
For American Consul Generals, the proper form for the addressee is The Honorable First Name Last Name. The proper salutation, however, is Dear Mr. (or Ms. or Mrs.) Last Name.
Assuming a business letter to husband and wife with different last names who you don't know the proper business salutation is to have the the wife's name first before the husband's accompanied by the proper titles. For example: Dear Mrs. Thompson and Mr. Jones, (salutation on letter) Mrs. Susan Thompson and Mr. Jeremy Jones (address on envelope and letter) Note that you could use "Ms." instead of "Mrs." if you prefer, although I recommend that… Read More
Dear fool, prescribing a specific and normative correct or incorrect form of salutation to a letter is ridiculous. if your looking for the most proper or formal salutation your best bets are 'dear' (which is a bit personal and familiar and kinda sappy) or just simply (for maximum formality) 'Mr __________, ' and proceed with your letter.
Dean actually is the proper salutation. One could say: Dean Redmond, would you please sign this form? Alternatively you could just use the Dr. salutation or the Professor salutation if those are appropriate, which they generally are.
Business Address The Honorable (Name) Treasurer of (State) (Address) Salutation (letter) : Dear Mr. (Last Name)
the correct salutation for two men is Messrs
I would address it to Mr and Mrs David Keys. For the salutation I would use Dear Mr and Mrs Keys.
The proper salutation for a doctor is doctor or professor depending on their title. In writing the short form can be used which will be Dr. or Prof.
This could be done in several ways. I believe the current best practice would be The Reverend and Mr. Smith.
Address Line should include both full names Mr. Thomas Brown Mr. John Brown Dear Messrs. Brown: also franklin