Following his military service, Councilman Litman taught public school in Los Angeles for several years before teaching in Simi Valley, Ca. for 15 years. In addition to teaching public school, Councilman Litman was an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University, teaching in the Graduate School of Education and Psychology. While teaching at Pepperdine Councilman Litman completed his Master’s in Administration and his Doctoral work in Institutional Management.
In 1984, Councilman Litman left education and founded an automobile service company until retiring and moving to Maui, Hawaii in 1994.
After a brief retirement, Councilman Litman opened a small practice in Child and Family Psychotherapy and provided Autism consulting for the State of Hawaii until again retiring in 2004 to Mesquite.
Since relocating to Mesquite, Councilman Litman has become very active in Veterans affairs, directing the annual Veterans Day Parade, Memorial Day Services, bringing the Vietnam Wall That Heals to Mesquite in 2010, helped found the Mesquite Veterans Center, serves on both the boards of the center and the local chapter of Vietnam Veterans, has assisted the Exchange Club on veteran issues, President of Dollars for Scholars, assists the Mesquite-Toes and teaches Psychology at the College of Southern Nevada.
And last, but not least, Councilman Litman has taught Spinning and total body fitness classes at the city recreation center for the past five years.
Councilman Litman has been married to Phyllis for 46 years.
Councilman Litman represents the City of Mesquite on the Southern Nevada Health District Board of Directors and the Civilian Military Council at Nellis Airforce Base.