Is it okay to start a sentence with an enumeration with "thanks to"?

Here are some examples :

Thanks to John, Mary and Suzy, we were able to have a lot of fun.

The ministers of justice did a great job. Thanks to them, the police department and the fire department, everyone can sleep again.

If not, how could I write the second sentence in the second example?

Thanks a lot! .G


You're allowed to have a compound object of the preposition "to". Your sentence is grammatically correct.

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