Eve Nance Sentenced For Husbands Murder
Fond du Lac County Judge Gary Sharpe Friday morning sentenced Eve Nance to a minimum of 25 years in prison for murdering her husband and hiding his corpse. After those 25 years she can apply for extended supervision outside of prison. District Attorney Eric Toney says while he doesn’t agree with the judge’s decision, he does respect it. Toney says there were a number of factors in the November 2013 shooting death of Tim Nance, which were the basis for his request to sentence the 39-year-old Fond du Lac woman to life in prison without the possibility of extended supervision. A number of people spoke on Eve Nance’s behalf including her older brother, daughter, niece, a friend, and two volunteers in the Fond du Lac County jail that run bible study classes. Toney was the only one who spoke on behalf of Tim Nance in the courtroom Friday. Eve Nance’s 36-year-old sister Tina Ewell is also facing charges for allegedly helping her hide Tim Nance’s body. Eve Nance was given credit for the 919 days she has already served in jail.
Eve Nance turns to address her family.