Managing Director, Tax DirectorDavid L. Cuicchi


Bachelor of Business Administration (Accounting)
University of Mississippi

Juris Doctor
University of Mississippi School of Law


Certified Public Accountant


David Cuicchi joined the Memphis office of the international accounting firm, Arthur Andersen & Company, upon graduation from law school in December, 1972. He worked exclusively in the tax area and had extensive experience in the taxation of manufacturing concerns, retail stores, banks, and individuals. In January of 1978 he joined Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Company (Memphis office) as Tax Supervisor where his duties included tax planning for several large corporations.

In April, 1979, Mr. Cuicchi assumed the position of Tax Manager and Treasurer of Highland Investment Corporation, which managed the multi-million-dollar assets of a Memphis family. He provided tax research, planning, and supervision of tax return preparation for both corporations and individuals, and dealt frequently with the trust departments of several Memphis banks.

Mr. Cuicchi joined Cannon & Company in January of 1982. Since that time he has continued to work in the area of tax planning and research. In 1984 he was named Tax Director and in 1992, he assumed the position of Managing Director at Cannon & Company.


Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)

Member of Memphis Tax Watch Association

Past President of the Memphis Chapter, Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA)

Past President of Estate Planning Council of Memphis

Past Member of State Council of Tennessee Society of Certified Public Accountants (TSCPA)

Writer for the Commercial Appeal Tax Tips

Lecturer of Tennessee Society of CPA's - "Tax Considerations in Non-Profit Organizations"

Lecturer for National Association of Accountants - "Tax Implications of Debt Restructuring"

Past Treasurer and Current Member of Board of Directors of Memphis Rotary Club

Past Treasurer of the World Cataract Foundation

Past President of Germantown Charity Horse Show