How to sign off on a letter with multiple senders

dibbuk

New Member
Italian - Italy
Dear all, I have a question about how to sign off on a letter with multiple senders: I'd like to mention all the formal senders (Tom, Dick and Harry) but also to make it clear that the actual sender is Tom.
So, would it be correct to write:

"Looking forward to etc.
Tom, with Dick and Harry"?

Thanks so much for your help.
D.
 
  • PaulQ

    Banned
    UK
    English - England
    This seems to be an improbable situation.

    In the letter, the writer should mention Dick and Harry in the third person - "Dick and Harry are both busy at the moment" or something similar - in which case, the recipient will know that Tom wrote the letter.

    "Looking forward to etc.
    Tom (Dick and Harry send their regards)"

    "Looking forward to etc.
    Tom and the rest of the family"

    "Looking forward to etc.
    Tom and the rest of us here."

    I'd like to mention all the formal senders (Tom, Dick and Harry)
    "Tom, Dick and Harry" are first names and, as such, are not formal at all.
     
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