River Market bar co-owner evicted 4 years ago returns to KC

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A woman deported to Mexico in 2018 returned home to Kansas City on Tuesday with her husband and daughter. Letty Stegall is co-owner and general manager of Blue Line Hockey Bar in the River Market. “In that moment, my dream came true,” Letty Stegall said. She arrived home in time for Valentine’s Day and her husband’s birthday. “Just picking her up for those occasions, going to the grocery store, whatever – we’re best friends.” said Steve Stegall, owner of Blue Line Hockey Bar. In 2018, Letty Stegall was deported on a drunk driving charge nearly a decade earlier. She had lived in the United States for over 20 years and had a legal work permit. The bar’s general manager, Letty Stegall, worked remotely for four years. his dog in the United States. She calls him an angel. “I’m a believer and I believe in God, and I know things happen for a reason. He gave me the chance,” Letty Stegall said. . The family said they drove 14 straight hours home. “The signs when we saw Kansas City getting closer and closer, it gave us more juice just to keep going,” Steve Stegall said. “The American dream is when I crossed the border with this visa, the freedom to come and go. It’s the American dream,” Letty Stegall said.

A woman deported to Mexico in 2018 returned home to Kansas City on Tuesday with her husband and daughter.

Letty Stegall is co-owner and general manager of Blue Line Hockey Bar at the River Market.

“In that moment, my dream came true,” Letty Stegall said.

She arrived home in time for Valentine’s Day and her husband’s birthday.

“Just for her to come back for those occasions, just to get groceries, whatever – we’re best friends. We love each other,” said Blue Line Hockey Bar owner Steve Stegall.

In 2018, Letty Stegall was kicked out for a DUI charge nearly a decade earlier. She had lived in the United States for over 20 years and had a legal work permit.

“It’s been hell. It’s been a nightmare. We’ve been through hurdles. We’ve been delayed,” Steve Stegall said.

As general manager of the bar, Letty Stegall worked remotely for four years.

“This bar, I can feel the energy of the bar. When she walked in, the bar is even just happy to have her back,” Steve Stegall said.

A taxi driver brought her and her dog back to the United States. She calls him an angel.

“I’m a believer and I believe in God, and I know things happen for a reason. He gave me the chance,” Letty Stegall said.

Friends and relatives celebrate. The family said they drove home for 14 straight hours.

“The signs when we saw Kansas City getting closer and closer, it gave us more juice just to keep going,” Steve Stegall said.

“The American dream is when I crossed the border with this visa, the freedom to come and go. It’s the American dream,” Letty Stegall said.

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