To expand (and add) on @alan 's answer, I also think that posting a summary answer using material from others indeed always rises the issue of answering to "steal" reputation from the actual writers of the content.
However, I also think that your concern about having the correct answers following directly the question is very legitimate as an easy way for the user to access the trusted information.
Finally, it seems clear that whatever the way you choose to do it, you would obviously have to give credit to the persons who actually came up with the answer.
Therefore, I think that maybe an alternative way to fulfil all these conditions at the same time would be to vote up every of the answers contributing to the full picture, maybe accept one which would be more complete than the others and then summarise the full answer with credit to the authors by editing it at the end of the question.
With this, you couldn't be accused of trying to "steal" reputation from anyone, and at the same time you would have the information directly accessible to the end user while giving credit to the authors.