Honorary citizen of the village since 1998.
His ancestors came from Felvidék, Lieskovec parish. His father was cantor-teacher in Domoszló, where Ernő Lieszkovszky was born in 12. January ,1987. His mother was Piacsek Eleonóra.
Before Ernő Lieszkovszky began primary school, his mother died, so he was looked after by her elder sisters. From the primary school, of Domoszló he went to study in Eger, where he graduated. Right after graduation he had to join the army. In 1915 he had to go to the battlefield. He fought in the Romanian front, where he was severly wounded, and had 50% military disability.
Awards: bronze medal for bravery, Károly troop cross, Wound medal.
He was demolized in 1918 with reserve lieutenant rating.
As a civil Ernő Lieszkovszky continued his studies in Eger, at ,,Közigazgatási Akadémia”, where he graduated in 1921.
At first he worked in Tarnalelesz as town clerk trainee for a year. In 1922 he got a job in Kál as taxation town clerk. In 1923 he married Matild Ottherhalik. They moved to Egerszalók two years later, where Ernő was appointed town clerk. Their children were born there: Gyula was born on 29 January in 1926, Ernő was born on 4 June in 1927.
In 1928 the family moved to Aldebrő, because Ernő Lieszkovszky was appointed town clerk here, and from 1930 he became president of the voluntary fire brigade. From 1935 he became president of the Civil Rifle Club.
Lieszkovszky Ernő and his wife were in close contact with several families of the village. From the 1930’s due to the German expansionist policy, Europe had more and more political problems. Ernő did a lot to defend the residents of Aldebrő, recognize its reputation. For his initation, many people helped the residents, not to be involed in the Nazi ideas. Despite most of the residents were originally German they also achived, , that each people declared themselves Hungarian.
In 1942 the village celebrated its 200. birthday, where – for Ernő Lieszkovszky’s invitation – Miklós Kállay attended and hold a speech. In his speech he protested not only the resident’s examplary Hungarian life, but also the resistance of the fascism. The international press reported that during the 200 years, the Germans became fully Hungarians, they even used their names phonetically ( Matz, Rutz, Sneider, Smider, Vingendorf) no one spoke German, they enrich the Hungarians. After the entry of the Soviet army, the residents of the village neede exceptional defence. Ernő Lieszkovszky’s work caused their rescue. The efficiency of Ernő Lieszkovszky’s work resulted in that no one was haled to labour camps.
Unfortunately in the course of the Soviet takeower, as a result of injustice Ernő and his wife were also inloved. They took away their workplace and house and sentenced them for prison. Ernő Lieszkovszky did not submit to the Communists, so he retired disappoited and embittered. He never got pension. He found shelter by László Gesztes, town clerk of Kompolt. In 1949 he went to Budapest to his son Gyula, who began to work then.
Ernő Lieszkovstky died in cancer in 1960, his wife died also in cancer in 1981. Their two son attended elementary school in Aldebrő, then they continued their studies in Eger.
Apart from the successors of the loving family, Aldebrő parish also preserves his memory.