Two Syracuse businessmen, Joseph F. Serbun and Marc Jones, have joined the Board of Trustees of Cazenovia College.

Joseph Serbun

Joseph Serbun is executive vice president and chief banking officer at Community Bank, N.A. The 35-year banking industry veteran has been with Community Bank since 2008 and previously spent 23 years in senior management positions at Partners Trust Bank and J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.

A lifelong resident of the Syracuse area, Serbun earned a degree in economics from the State University of New York at Oneonta. He has been active in numerous community organizations, including 20-plus years as chairman of the loan committee for the Greater Syracuse Business Development Corporation. He also has served as a finance committee member for Vera House, has participated in the Syracuse Groupwide Dialogue Initiative, and currently is a member of the Home Headquarters Finance Committee.

Marc Jones

Marc Jones is the visionary and principal behind Dreissig Apparel Inc. and Fan Hands LLC.

He was born and raised in Syracuse and graduated from Christian Brothers Academy as an All-State and All-Northeast U.S. running back his senior year. He played football at the University of Tennessee, where in 1991, he graduated with a degree in psychology.

Jones next played professionally in the German Football League, then in 1999, founded his company, Dreissig Athletic. The company designs and manufacturers Jones’ own brand of athletic apparel. In 2007, he also invented a novelty product called Fan Hands, which is designed to enhance the sound of the clap for sports fans when they attend sporting events. Jones also remains active in the Syracuse community as co-founder and co-chairman of the Willow Street Foundation.