As other neck lift surgeons have already stated, age is not an absolute deciding factor for face or neck lift surgery. Overall physical health is a much more important factor than chronological age.
Face or neck lift surgery is a purely elective procedure to improve one's facial appearance and rejuvenate the face. Both face lift and neck lift are cosmetic procedures that one chooses to reduce the signs of aging. It's an option, among many other good aesthetic options. Your face continues to age with time, despite any treatment or surgery, but will continue to look better than if you've never had face lift surgery.
Anatomically a face lift might be a better aesthetic option, as compared to skin resurfacing, Botox, or injectable fillers (hyaluronic acid, Restylane, etc) for one who has loose, sagging skin especially along the jawline (jowls) and neck (turkey gobbler).
A plastic surgeon not only will evaluate your neck and face anatomically, but will also review your medical history, and interview you to help determine if you are an appropriate face or neck lift candidate. Only after speaking with a specialist in facial cosmetic surgery can he/she advise you on your cosmetic options. Best of luck.