Janet A. Howells

Janet A. Howells 77, passed away on Thursday, February 13, 2020. Born on September 26, 1942, she was the daughter of Clinton and Myrtle ‘Pat’ Allen. She grew up in Latham and was a member of Shaker High School’s Class of 1960 eventually calling Saratoga Springs home.

Jan was a serial entrepreneur. Her career began in real estate where she was involved in all aspects of real estate ultimately owning her own agency. In 1997 Jan found her biggest passion, being of service to seniors.

Jan was the founder and CEO of Senior Solutions of Saratoga Springs, the first business in Saratoga to deliver compassionate in home care to seniors. Senior Solutions’ cared for elderly clients in Saratoga, Schenectady and Warren counties for two decades before being acquired by Wesley Senior Living.

Jan graciously gave her time to issues serving seniors in her beloved Saratoga Springs. She served as secretary of the Mayor’s Seniors Advisory Committee, as treasurer of the Senior Center of Saratoga Springs and on the New York Statewide Senior Action Council.

Jan loved to socialize and play a variety of games with her many friends at The Summit. She was also fond of animals especially her cat Sunshine.

Jan was predeceased by her son Todd Maiuccoro. She is survived by her daughter Janet Faraone (Nick); sister Helen Dix (Jim); grandchildren Nicholas, Emily, Olivia and Amanda, and Amanda’s family Steve, Catherine and Robert Hillerman.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Tuesday, February 18 from 10:30am to Noon at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will follow at Noon.

Memorial contributions in memory of Jan may be made to the Saratoga Senior Center or The Wesley Community.

Guest Book

Jane Gerken

Our community has lost a champion working for the needs of our seniors. Thank you Jan. My condolences to her family and friends.

Carolyn Crawmer

It is with much sadness that I learned of Janet's death. Janet and I have known and worked together
(until our retirements) for several years. As past President of the Saratoga Chapter of New York StateWide Senior Action Council, I know how active Janet was in the chapter and she was, at the time of her death, serving as Vice President of the Chapter. Her dedication to serving Seniors was Janet's passion and it continued into her retirement. Janet will be deeply missed!
Love and prayers,
Carolyn Crawmer

Joanne Percendes DeGraff

My sincere condolences to the families of Janet Ruth Allen Howells and Helen Alice Allen Dix. Will always have wonderful and funny memories of us growing up next door to each other. I'm so sad to see this news.

Bonni Percendes Garvey

Helen, Janet & Nick...My Deepest Condolences Will See You On Tuesday.

Betsye Mowry

Janet was a joy
Quick witted, compassionate, competitive. Twinkling eyes and a ready laugh, she enriched our lives

Robin Matraw

Sending my sincere condolences to her family and friends. She will be greatly missed by one and all that knew her. Such a caring and loving women. Always was talking about her children and grandchildren and her love of animals cause like myself was an animal lover especially of her beloved Sunshine. May she fly high with the angels and never be forgotten. I will truly miss you Janet always enjoyed our chats either on the phone or by our visits. You shared the same birthday as my brothers and my mother and my brother Dave, so on September 26th I hope you and her have the biggest heavenly birthday ever. And down here on earth my brother Dave will have a biggest party too!

Bev Holloway

I am so sorry. Thinking of you and many prayers for healing. With Love, Bev

Maureen and Giorgio DeRosa

Janet, Nick and Family - we are so sorry to hear about the passing of your Mom, Jan. We are thinking of you and sending love and prayers. Love you. Maureen & George.

Limor Glazer Schwam

So very sorry for your loss. What an amazing woman she was!

Katharine Ross

My prayers to her loved ones.