Nina Ernestine Blowe, the daughter of the late Edna Spivey and Ernest Blowe was born on October 2, 1963 in Maryland, Nina entered eternal rest on November 5, 2020. She was survived by her God sent parents, Jeanette Monte and Tom Perry. She moved to Virginia where she resided most of her life. Virginia was her heart and home, Nina has a passion for her community and how she could give back. Her vision was to bring together acceptance of the minority LGBT Community. She was determined to open doors for everyone she could help along the way. Nina became a promoter of LGBT events serving the Hampton Roads Area and abroad. Becoming Legendary for her attributes and serving the community for over the past twenty-five years, during those years she established a family, becoming a mother, grandmother, auntie, sister and mentor to many that she loved dearly. Nina became a member of The Great Awakening United Church of Christ, giving her life to Christ and joining the choir.
Nina was preceded in death by her sisters, India Blowe and Ivanette Blowe and her grandson, Dallas Blowe. Left to cherish her fond memories are her loving children; LaToya Blowe (Stephanie Boyd), and Ronald Blowe (Sabrina); sisters, Tammy Blowe and Meshelda Gibbs, brothers, Alfred McGlone, Ernest Blowe and Jason Spivey, grandchildren, DeKenra Blowe, Ronnasha Blow, Ronnesha Blowe and Dareon Blowe and two great-grandchildren, Amina Blowe and Jasiah Hardy, Jr. and a special loving friend, La-Trina Collins and a host of caring nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.