Decommission a DAG member

I have a three member DAG group with Exchange 2010.  It's a single site with just three databases so I don't need three members.  I want to cleanly decommission the third member.  Most of the docs I've seen cover removing a failed member. 
This one is running and I need to find a doc that will guide me through removing it. 

Make sure you don't have any database copy on the third server or remove the copies. 
Remove a Mailbox Database Copy - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298164(v=exchg.141).aspx
Then remove the server from DAG...
Remove-DatabaseAvailabilityGroupServer -
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd297956(v=exchg.141).aspx
Then you would be good to go for Uninstall (make sure it is not holding any other roles or if it does then remove from necessary things...)
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    2014-05-05T20:28:58.005Z,244,0,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,SearchProtocolHost.exe,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,10.1.1.32,fe80::45df:6c5e:aec6:fad1%14,ncacn_ip_tcp,,Connect,0,00:00:00,"SID=S-1-5-21-2073836326-1490033320-1384523041-3159, Flags=None",
    2014-05-05T20:28:58.020Z,244,1,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,SearchProtocolHost.exe,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,OwnerLogon,1144 (rop::WrongServer),00:00:00,"Logon: Owner, /O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user in database Mailbox Database 2063624589 last mounted on Server1.Company.com at 5/2/2014 4:36:10 AM, currently Mounted; Redirected: this server is not in a preferred site for the database, suggested new server: /o=Company/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Configuration/cn=Servers/cn=Server1",RopHandler: Logon:
    2014-05-05T20:28:58.052Z,244,2,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,SearchProtocolHost.exe,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,Disconnect,0,00:00:00.0468765,,
    2014-05-05T20:28:58.677Z,243,1,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogon,0,00:00:00.9531555,"Logon: Delegate, /o=Company/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Recipients/cn=other user in database Mailbox Database 2063624589 last mounted on Server1.Company.com at 5/2/2014 4:36:10 AM, currently Mounted; LogonId: 0",
    2014-05-05T20:29:05.286Z,243,7,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogon,0,00:00:01.0469085,"Logon: Delegate, /O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=cjoynt in database Mailbox Database 2063624589 last mounted on Server1.Company.com at 5/2/2014 4:36:10 AM, currently Mounted; LogonId: 1",
    2014-05-05T20:29:06.552Z,243,27,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogon,0,00:00:00.6718965,"Logon: Delegate, /O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=cjoynt in database Mailbox Database 2063624589 last mounted on Server1.Company.com at 5/2/2014 4:36:10 AM, currently Mounted; LogonId: 2",
    2014-05-05T20:33:09.013Z,243,36,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogoff,0,00:00:00,LogonId: 0,
    2014-05-05T20:33:09.028Z,243,36,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogoff,0,00:00:00.0156255,LogonId: 1,
    2014-05-05T20:33:09.060Z,243,36,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,DelegateLogoff,0,00:00:00.0468765,LogonId: 2,
    2014-05-05T20:33:09.091Z,243,36,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,Disconnect,0,00:04:11.3830440,,
    2014-05-05T20:33:15.435Z,245,0,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,10.1.1.32,fe80::45df:6c5e:aec6:fad1%14,ncacn_ip_tcp,,Connect,0,00:00:00,"SID=S-1-5-21-2073836326-1490033320-1384523041-3159, Flags=None",
    2014-05-05T20:33:15.482Z,245,1,/O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user,,OUTLOOK.EXE,12.0.6672.5000,Cached,,,ncacn_ip_tcp,,OwnerLogon,1144 (rop::WrongServer),00:00:00,"Logon: Owner, /O=Company/OU=domain/cn=Recipients/cn=user in database Mailbox Database 2063624589 last mounted on Server1.Company.com at 5/2/2014 4:36:10 AM, currently Mounted; Redirected: this server is not in a preferred site for the database, suggested new server: /o=Company/ou=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT)/cn=Configuration/cn=Servers/cn=Server1",RopHandler: Logon:
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