Mr. Wallace Noah Masters

February 1, 1937February 8, 2020

Six Mile – Mr. Wallace Noah Masters, Age 83, husband to his loving bride Bonnie Jean Durham Masters went to be with his Lord and Savior on Saturday, February 8, 2020. Mr. Masters was born in Pickens County and was the son of the late Esley Wade Masters and Nora Pauline Stone Masters.

Survivors include sons Delayne Masters (Trisha) of Pickens, South Carolina and Darren Masters (Le Ann) of Greenville, South Carolina. Mr. Masters is survived by four loving and caring grandchildren Tristan Merrell (Joseph) of Six Mile, South Carolina, Lindsey Ann Masters of Greenville, South Carolina, Savannah Masters of Greenville, South Carolina and Jackson Masters of Greenville, South Carolina. Also surviving are brother Charles Masters, sister Kathy Crenshaw (Elbert) and many loving nieces and nephews. Mr. Masters is a long time member of Gap Hill Church of God where he has taught Sunday School since the age of 25. He was a member of the Sanctuary Seniors Sunday School Class. He would do anything for his family and his four grandchildren was his pride. Mr. Masters taught his two sons the meaning of hard work and at the age of 83 was still reporting to work every day at Masters Electrical. He loved to take trips with his wife.

Mr. Masters was predeceased by a son Robert Scott Masters and a sister-in-law Betty Masters.

A visitation will be on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 2:20 PM at Gap Hill Church of God at 3540 Walhalla Hwy, Six Mile, SC 29682. A funeral service will follow at 2:30 PM. Burial will be at Hillcrest Memorial Park.

Family is acceptable to receiving flowers.

Dillard Funeral Home is assisting the Masters Family.

Online condolences may be sent to


  • Bonnie Jean Durham Masters, Spouse
  • Esley Wade Masters, Father (deceased)
  • Nora Pauline Stone Masters, Mother (deceased)
  • Delayne Masters (Trisha Masters), Son
  • Darren Masters (LeAnn Masters), Son
  • Robert Scott Masters, Son (deceased)
  • Tristan Merrell (Joseph Merrell), Grandchild
  • Lindsey Ann Masters, Grandchild
  • Savannah Masters, Grandchild
  • Jackson Masters, Grandchild
  • Charles Masters, Brother
  • Betty Masters, Sister-in-law (deceased)
  • Kathy Crenshaw (Elbert), Sister

  • Jackson Masters, Pallbearer
  • Ricky Masters, Pallbearer
  • Gary Davis, Pallbearer
  • Brian Crenshaw, Pallbearer
  • Scott Gibson, Pallbearer
  • Steve Durham, Pallbearer
  • Joseph Merrell, Pallbearer
  • Robin Young, Pallbearer
  • Phillip Masters, Pallbearer
  • Sanctuary Seniors Sunday School Class, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation Wednesday, February 12, 2020
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, February 12, 2020


Mr. Wallace Noah Masters

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Kim Darnell

February 15, 2020

Dear Bonnie and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Wallace’s passing! My mother, Maebell Hendricks, worked for him for many years at Sangamo. She thought a lot of Wallace. That is how I came to know him. Then, several years later, my daughter, Erica, was in the same class at Pickens Elementary with Lindsey Ann. They later were involved with Special Olympics together through school and also in the Summer Games in New Jersey! We are praying for all of the family!
Kim, Steve and Erica Darnell
Maebell Hendricks

Anne Willimon

February 11, 2020

What a genuine man you were on this earth Wallace. A very smart man and friend as well to Dad,Jeff, myself,and Jake. Bonnie, our prayers are with you, Delayne, Darren and families. He will be greatly missed. Love & prayers. Anne, Jeff, and Jake Willimon

Roger & Evelyn Pelfrey

February 11, 2020

Wally was one of the finest men I ever knew. Always ready to help with anything you might ask of him. Always ready to talk about his Savior, his church, his family, and his desire to be a help to anyone in need. Will miss you much Wally !!

Todd Kloth

February 11, 2020

We hired Masters electric last year to wire a new home we were constructing across the street from his residence, that was the first time I had met Mr.Masters he was quite the Gentleman during the build of the house I had the opportunity to visit with him on a personal level something that is lost in our world today , Wallace was cut from a different cloth, the short time I new him was a true pleasure.

Rest well Mr.Wallace you will be missed.
The Kloth Family..

Tammy Bolt

February 11, 2020

When i was just a lil feller aunt'BUNNY' would wash our faces and hands and tell the boys 'daddys coming' and we'd attack him at the door with hugs and giggles. Uncle wally if you were tired or aggravated we didn't know. When we'd go off you laughed and said we'd be in when the store closed. You were soo right!!😇as time passed and l was really sick you came got me.when l was deserted with the pneumonia. One step closer to heaven's door. I love you

Lisa Finley

February 10, 2020

Wallace was always kind and friendly exuding Christ any time you saw him. Enjoyed hearing him talk about the Lord. His family were and will forever be positively influenced by his values and Godly demeanor. Bonnie, love you and pray the Holy Ghost holds you close and comforts you now and in the coming days. Family, God's peace comfort you as well.
Rejoice! A soldier has come home!

Susan Howard

February 10, 2020

Mr Masters was one of my favorite people in Six Mile. He always had a kind word. He was so good to my daughter Nikki helping her with the building she rented from him. He will be greatly missed in our little town. Prayers for his precious wife and family.

jean eades

February 10, 2020

What a precious Man of God. I will always remember his warm smile. He was a prime example of how a Christian should live their life before others. Bonnie, I will be praying for you and the family. He was and always will be a perfect example to others, through stories that you and your family will tell throughout the years. I love you all.