Late in life, he became involved in establishing the Kaballah Center on Northeast 163rd Street.
Littman worked with the Marine Corps Toys for Tots drive, but was perhaps best known for starting the nonprofit South Florida Food Recovery, a feeding program for the needy.
Hundreds of thousands of people benefitted from the program, Mishcon said. And Littman worked to keep it running to his last days.
Daughter Phyllis said her dad never forgot being shoved to the end off the mess line in the service because he was Jewish.
She believes that his determination to feed people stemmed from the Jewish peoples history of being mistreated and denied things.
Miami-Dade Commissioner Sally Heyman served on the council with Jules Littman, and said he conducted himself with dignity.
Littman epitomized what public service is, she said. When he called in favors, it was always for someone elses benefit.
He had such strong convictions and he would be a bulldog when it came to anything for the betterment of the community, daughter Phyllis said. He didnt care what anybody thought of him. He wanted the city to safe and beautiful.
Littman was divorced, with a son, Gregory, now of California, when he met the former Sherry Lazare, in 1970.
His reign as a local magazines most eligible bachelor of the year ended when they married. She too was divorced, the mother of Phyllis, now of Hollywood, and her brother Paul Levin, of Connecticut.
Tatyana Kats became Littmans companion after Sherrys death in 2004, and survives him.
Funeral services are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Shalom Memorial Gardens, 15700 NE 18th Ave., North Miami Beach.
The family suggests memorial donations to any organization that cares for the needy.