How to Address a Two Rabbis?
How would I address and invitation to Rabbis that are husband and wife?
Dear D.K.: How to Address a Rabbi
When you have a special honorific, formally you don’t combine names. The them both …. first one … then the other.
—-—-Rabbi Joel Pine
—-—-and Rabbi Julia Pine
—-—-2141 Wilson Boulevard
—-—-Silver Spring, Maryland 20987
Which one you put first will depend on the topic on which you are writing:
—-#1) If it’s an invitation to her and he is invited as her spouse
—-—-…. she’d be first
—-#2) If it’s an invitation to him and she is invited as his spouse
—-—-…. list him first.
—-#3) If it is to both equally, follow the order in ‘Mr. and Mrs.’
—-—-…. he’s first, she is second.
– Robert Hickey How to Address a Rabbi