This is more of a comment and proposition than an answer. Because it is too long to fit in a comment I wrote it up as an answer.
In my opinion the policy of removing an SE member is very wrong. This does not just punish the member that is removed, but all members, including those who wrote answers to questions of the removed person and the rest of the community as well.
For example, with the recent removal of one of the TeX.SE community participants, about one hundred of my answers were deleted (just a rough estimate, my reputation loss was about 2800), and from some more valuable members even more. I'm convinced that this loss cannot be neglected and that it noticeably degrades the wealth of answers.
As a possible solution I propose that, in similar situations, the non duplicated and community related questions with all answers be preserved and the removed questioner designated as questioner has been removed from the list or something similar.
I kindly ask all members of weigh in here and try to convince the SE management/decision makers to change this policy. This would be a benefit to existing and future SE users.