George is the father of Lysander and Leigh. Together with their mother Josiane, he lives in a rural town in the country side, while their sons moved out to live in the city after Leigh turned 18. George and Josiane never really understood their sons tastes, but regardless of that, they support them and are very proud of them.
The parents of Leigh and Lysander first appear in Episode 21, but are briefly mentioned in earlier episodes too.
They are farmers and live in the countryside, while their sons live together in the city. Leigh and Lysander moved out of their parents' place because they prefer living in the city, but have a good relationship with their parents. Their sons visit them and tell them about their lives, and their friends. However, George and Josiane don't seem to come to the city very often. In fact, the first time they met Leigh's girlfriend, Rosalya, and her parents, was at the Shool's Open House Day in Episode 22. But, they know about Rosalya, and Leigh has shown them her picture before. However, they mistaken Candy for Rosa.
In Episode 40 it is revealed that he's been battling cancer for a number of years.
George and Josiane appear to be a bit older than most character's parents. They both wear clothes that are common for farmers.
George is wearing a red plaid shirt, brown pants and a dark brown belt with suspenders. He has small glasses and a brown hat on. He has short white hair, and his eye color is unknown, as his eyes are closed.
Like his wife, George is a very friendly and lively person. Lysander's parents are overall very cheerful and easygoing. Scenes with them are often portrayed comically, due to the fact that they have a bad memory and tendency to mistake others for their son's friends. As their first appeared in the game, they got lost in the school and were talking to Nathaniel, whom they confused for Castiel, despite his denial. They also tend to mistake Your Candy for Rosalya pretty often.
They seem more outgoing than both their sons, although, George seems to be a slight bit more subtle than his wife.
The fact that they don't seem to object to their sons' choices and interest, even though they don't really understand them shows that they are quite open-minded and supportive parents.