Lou Cisco spent his entire career working for the family run auto dealerships of Holmes and Robert Tuttle, and his lifelong friend, Jim Click, starting in 1965. As it grew and expanded into the highly successful Tuttle-Click Automotive Group in Orange County, California, and Tucson, Arizona, Lou worked as an executive Vice President of Parts and Service alongside friend Dick Perce.
Lou loved his family, work, and community. He was always willing to make someone’s life better through assistance and generosity. He offered support to many local charities either monetarily or by giving his time and effort. He mentored and supported the Pima Community College Automotive Department.
Lou believed strongly in the Tucson community being an extension of his own family and believed that everyone can give back to their local community either financially or by volunteering or mentoring or, at the very least, giving people kind words of support. He would say that it’s free to smile and be kind. Lou was passionate about improving the plight of families and children from all backgrounds in Tucson. Even after his death, Lou Cisco’s legacy inspires people to reach for their dreams.