Joe Johnston’s engineering expertise helped plant the literal and figurative seed of Agritopia®. Joseph E. Johnston was a veteran of the Mexican War (1846–1848), quartermaster general of the United States Army, a Confederate general during the American Civil War (1861–1865), a member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1879–1881), and a U.S. railroad commissioner in the first administration of U.S. president Grover Cleveland (1885–1889). Joe is survived by his wife Amanda Potterfield of Tiffin; five children, Tad Johnston of Hills, Tyler Johnston of Cedar Rapids, Tim Johnston of Memphis, TN, Tricia (John) Lacey of Des Moines, and Harris Johnston of Tiffin; one brother Tom (Cathy) Johnston of Waverly, IA; twelve grandchildren; and three great grandchildren. 114.3k Followers, 2,601 Following, 74 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from JOE JOHNSON (@joejohnson247) His first marriage was to Allegra Mostyn-Owen, the daughter of the art historian William Mostyn-Owen and the Italian writer Gaia Servadio. Cookie Johnson, the wife of retired basketball great Magic Johnson, has revealed that she fell to her knees when her husband first told her he had contracted HIV in 1991. My research on Red took a long time, because he's not well know.…more Olive, as you know Red Galvin was a real person, just as portrayed in "It Ends Here." Collaborating with a land planner, landscape architects, the Town of Gilbert, and community developers, in 2000, Joe spearheaded the evolution of the family’s vision for their farmland: a simpler but fuller life, set in a present-day village that honors the farming traditions of the past. My research on … Marina is Boris' second wife. Joe Johnston Olive, as you know Red Galvin was a real person, just as portrayed in "It Ends Here."