In a double ring ceremony before the beautiful iconostas and altar of Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, Tatiana Platoff, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gennady E. Platoff was married on September 13 to David Robert Prokrym, son of Mrs. Felix Prokrym of Watervliet, N.Y. and the late Mr. Prokrym. The officiating clergy were Chaplain (Col.) Nicholas T. Kiryluk, the Eastern Orthodox Chaplain at Bolling, A.F. Base; the Very Rev. Basil Stroyen of St. Andrew Orthodox Church, Dallas, Pa., the Very Rev. Nicholas Stavrakis of Sts. Constantine and Helen Orthodox Church in this city; the Rev. Basil Summer of St. Mark Orthodox Church, Bethesda. The responses were sung by the combined choirs of the Pan Orthodox Madrigals and St. Mark Orthodox Church directed by Marie Scala Ficken and Robert Michael Barber, respectively. The wedding reception was held in the ballroom of the Officer's Club at Fort Leslie J. McNair.

Mrs. Suzy Heinking, Pittsburg, Pa., was matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Helen Pogrebniak, Birmingham, Mich.; Susan Boehm, this city; and Mrs. Ann Platoff, Bowie, Md. Negar Salim, Lansing, Mich. and Kyra Pishtey, Watertown, Ct., were rice maidens. Robert Knowles, Watervliet, served as best man and the groomsmen included Brian Prokrym and Steven Guilmette, Watervliet; and Gennady Platoff, Jr., Bowie, with Joseph Pishtey IV, Watertown, Ct., and John Michael Mikuluk, Rockville, at the guest book.

The bride has a degree in international management from Georgetown University from which her husband, a magna cum laude graduate with a BS in biology from the College of Environmental Science of the State University of New York, received a combined master's of science in Russian language and biology. Mr. Prokrym met his wife at Leningrad State University, USSR, attending the Summer Russian Language Program coordinated through Georgetown University and the Council on International Educational Exchange. Mrs. Prokrym is employed by the American Chemical Society and Mr. Prokrym is with the Department of Agriculture. They are now residing in Arlington after a trip to the Hawaiian Islands of Maui, Kuai, and Oahu.