He was a lovely, lovely man, a caring, private person. A lot of people said he was quiet but that’s because they didn’t get to know him.
He was actually quite lively and humorous. He was always making dry quips.
He was not shy, but he was happy to stand back and only speak when he thought it was relevant. He was a deep thinker who didn’t say any more than was necessary.
— Bernadette Farrell on George Harrison, Liverpool Echo, 1 December 2001 [x]