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Accounting firm partner Vincent Sirianni dies in crash

Rochester Business Journal
August 16, 2013

Vincent Sirianni Jr., who co-founded Daly, Sirianni and Co. CPAs LLP in 1987 before joining Davie Kaplan CPA P.C. in 2009 as a partner, died this week in a car accident in Canandaigua.

Mr. Sirianni, 54, was killed Tuesday afternoon when the car he was driving crashed on Gibson Street in Canandaigua, police said.

Sirianni, a Canandaigua resident, was a partner in the tax and small business department at Davie Kaplan.

He started his accounting career with Davie Kaplan in 1981.

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