His largely-estranged family had a small memorial for him at a funeral home, and a few days later, we held a larger memorial for friends, coworkers, and everyone. It was done Quaker style - silence, and then whoever wanted to talk, talked. It was amazing.
We had a memorial web site for George, but across a series of corporate mergers, it's been disappeared. I've culled it from archive.org and it's now up on my memorial page: