Timothy Bliefnick, 40, was recently found guilty in the February shooting death of Rebecca Bliefnick.
Bliefnick was taken into custody by Adams County sheriff’s deputies immediately after the verdict was read and he is scheduled to be sentenced on Aug. 11, officials said.
On March 13, Timothy was arrested and charged in Rebecca’s murder, 12 days after his Quincy home was searched.
The couple had been separated and were going through a divorce.
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Timothy appeared on ABC’s “Family Feud” in 2020 with some of his family members. Host Steve Harvey asked, “What was the biggest mistake you made at your wedding?” Bliefnick answered, “I do,” according to ABC News.
He followed it up by telling Harvey “not mine to say, not mine to say. I love my wife.” He also added, “I’m going to get in trouble for that, aren’t I?”
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