To Whom It May Concern:
When you were born your parents gave you a name. You learned this name, how to say and spell it. You colored it with crayons. You wrote it on paper over and over again when you were learning penmanship . You typed it thousands upon thousands of times into a computer. You chose an email address using parts or all of it. You corrected people if they pronounced it incorrectly and still do….
So remember this when it comes to someone else’s. They feel the same way about their name that you do about yours.
When addressing someone in an email or letter, do the research, find the name. Otherwise it really won’t be their concern-”—