Lisa J. Boiani

Lisa J. Boiani, 50, passed away on Sunday, September 8, 2019. She was born on July 30, 1969, in Schenectady, NY and graduated from Mohonasen High School. She later moved to New York City and came back to this area in 1995.

Lisa was a home health aide. Her greatest joy was her daughter and she treasured the time she spent with her. She was a loving mother and an amazing person who was greatly loved by her family and friends.

She was predeceased by her father Eugene Boiani, her mother Pamela Panza, twin sister Laura Boiani and uncle Charlie Boiani. Lisa is survived by her daughter Molly Calhoun and her father Ron Calhoun; sisters Denise Boiani and Michelle Boiani; nephews Dominick and Richie, and niece Angelina.

Relatives and friends are invited to call on Monday, September 16 from 4pm to 6pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa. A service will follow at 6pm.

Guest Book

Allison McManus

So sorry and sad. Prayers to beautiful cousin Lisa. You were way to young to leave us.

Terrie Wolcott (Marshall)

To the Boiani/Panza Family-I am ever so very sorry for your loss. I remember myself growing up with Laura, Lisa and Michelle when they lived right next to the restaurant my sisters Karen & Kelly and myself always had a wonderful time with these girls and then we would all go over to see Andrew make pizza and he always gave us kids green Now and Laters. I had not seen her in some time but will always treasure the times we spent with Lisa and her entire family. May she now watch over her daughter/nephews and niece with that wonderful smile and lots of humor. Rest in Peace young lady and please give your grandparents/my godparents and big hug.

Anne Kearney Proulx (nee Brooks)

Laura and Lisa used to play with my daughter, Whitney Brooks, when they were just little ones. Lisa's father, Skeets Boiani and my first husband, Gary Brooks, were musicians together way back when in various bands. Pam and I would get together with the girls and spend time together in that little house next to the restaurant.

How awfully sad that they're all gone. RIP girls, and your Mom and Dad.

Bill Marchewka

May she Rest In Peace! May her family stay strong!

Leonardo Patrignani

Ciao Lisa


Lisa will always be in my heart. Since she was a little child she was full of smiles and a very caring person. We were connected in so many ways thru her dad, my beloved cousin, through her grandparents, my beautiful aunt and uncle and my kids as a cousin. She always showed up at every family gathering and kept in touch with me through mail. Lisa was so proud of Mollie. Prayers and love to Mollie and Ron and Lisa's sisters, Denise and Michelle and her uncles Sam and Ed.

Jim Romano

RIP Lisa you will be sorely missed