Tricky or Straightforward
I would have bet more to begin with so that I could narrow down his range of hands. Someone calling .35 doesn't tell you a whole lot, same with the .65. You want to get value but you also want to learn something, or at the very least make them pay if they're drawing by decreasing their implied odds
in the case that they have already put you on top pair. I would do different things depending on the kind of player he was.
You said he was tight/passive so your bet here is unlikely to be re-raised since he will be too passive to do that unless he has a monster, and like others have said, if he re-raises you all in or something (which I doubt) you just fold. However, I think when he calls here you are going to win more often than not. Honestly, I feel like he probably has QJ, KQ, AJ, KJ or a club draw of some sort. He could possibly have KT or JT but I seriously doubt it because of his tight nature. He could also have AQ ,AA, KK, JJ, or pocket tens and these would probably be cases where he might re-raise significantly and you could just fold. However, of the four hands that he is "likely" to have (based on his betting pattern, QJ,KQ,AJ,KJ), you crush three of them and lose to one. You also beat the club draw.
TRICKY or Not sure what he's capable of yet:
This assessment changes, however, if this player is even remotely tricky. If he is tricky make sure that you leave enough behind with your bet to be able to logically fold. With tricky players I have found that it is usually best to just check on the river and see what unfolds especially since you have position. The free chance to see what he played and how it matches up with his betting pattern can more than pay for the value bet lost with tricky players, and IMO that is worth it.