District 3 - Kristi Ah You

Councilmember Kristi Ah You is married to Bart Ah You and together they have six children, and three grandchildren. Kristi is a lifelong resident of Modesto and considers Modesto her home. Bart and Kristi enjoy spending time with family and friends, traveling and living an active healthy life style.  

She was elected to the Modesto City Council in 2015 and currently services as Vice Chair of the Great Safe Neighborhoods and Effective Government Committees.  

Kristi Ah You' s additional contributions to our community and participation include:  Past President of the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Employee Foundation; Past Board Member for the California State Coroners’ Association; Previous Member of the Stanislaus County Death Review Team; Project Coordinator of “Keeping Infants Sleeping Safe,” in partnership with Stanislaus County Department of Public Health; Past member of the Stanislaus County Child Abuse Prevention Council;  Salvation Army Advisory Board; and the Stanislaus County Office of Education Leadership Academy Board. Kristi participated in a vocational and cultural exchange and traveled to Chennai, India as a participant in the Group Study Exchange through Rotary 5220, sponsored by Modesto Sunrise Rotary. 

Kristi accepted the position as Managing Partner. of Franklin & Downs Funeral Homes in November of 2011. Kristi graduated from the San Francisco College of Mortuary Science and received an Associate's degree in Mortuary Science and later earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Management and is currently pending a Masters in Forensics. She considers it an honor to be in a position of serving others, and providing quality servant leadership to her team and our community.

Committee Appointments


  • Safety and Communities Committee, Chair
  • Finance Committee, Vice-Chair
  1. Detectives Make Arrests on Three Recent Shootings After a Lengthy Investigation

    Detectives have been working non-stop since October investigating the shooting deaths of 37-year-old James Chisum and 58-year-old Sameer Sogol. After several weeks, they were able to identify 19-year-old Stephen Tisdale as the shooter in these cases. Read on...
  2. Stabbing at Mildred Perkins Park

    Saturday night at approximately 10 PM, an adult male was involved in a fight at Mildred Perkins Park at 3212 Snyder Avenue. During the fight the male was stabbed. Read on...
  3. Sunday Morning Shooting Leaves One Dead

    This morning, a little after midnight, our officers were dispatched to the 2000 block of Wyatt Court after receiving reports of an adult male shot at this location. Read on...
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