Selcuk Cihangir, a former experimental physicist at Fermilab for 25 years and college physics and math professor, passed away suddenly on Monday, Dec. 14. He left behind three beloved and loving sons; Emre Cihangir, 28; Eren Cihangir, 26; and Evin Cihangir, 21. Selcuk was born on January 27, 1951, to Nezihe and Adnan Cihangir in Ankara, Turkey. He worked on various experiments, including CDF, and was a member of the Fermilab International Folk Dancers. He was known for always sharing his delicious Turkish baklava and for his quiet, friendly nature. A memorial service will be held in the afternoon on Sunday, Dec. 21. More details will be available by calling Ibrahim at 630-963-9170 or 630-963-4260.