Antoni Dziśko
Born in the village of Leonki inhabited by impoverished gentry (Švenčionysdistrict, Vilnius voivodship in the Second Polish Republic) on 30 April 1930 to the family of Adam and Maria Dziśko. Before World War II he started learning at a Polish school. He spent the entire period of World War II in Leonki. Soon after the war, in 1950, he was called to the army. By 1953, he served in Sakhalin. Then, he returned to Leonki and moved to Pastavy, where he worked first as a blacksmith and then as a turner. He now lives in Pastavy.